For a picture-perfect holiday in Italy for couples and families, retreat to the Amalfi Coast where colourful buildings decorate the rugged coastline and secluded beaches are the gateway to hidden caves. This UNESCO-listed landscape is a fantastic holiday destination for couples looking for an utterly romantic destination or for families looking for a unique beach break not too far from home. But it’s not just a pretty view and incredible food that makes Amalfi Coast so appealing to travellers, the adventurous can explore the expansive outdoors with a hiking trip to the Path of Gods for undoubtedly stunning views of the Amalfi Coast and the Island of Capri.

The abundance of Cliffside hotels on the Amalfi Coast means that you can soak up the scenery and sunshine in between excursions and lazy beach days from the comforts of your hotel. Make sure to get a room with a balcony for ultimate indulgence, where you can watch the sunset in privacy with a bottle of something special.

Made up of pretty villages and towns, an Amalfi Coast holiday allows you to explore 50 km of coastline. Driving is a wonderful way to get around the Amalfi Coast and the wider area for absolutely breathtaking views. The costal route from Salerno to Sorrento is a drive you’ll never forget – with panoramic vistas, colourful fishing villages and vineyards along the way. Discover picturesque Positano, a colourful Cliffside village on the Amalfi Coast where you can spend your holiday indulging on traditional pizza, boutique shopping and days at the beach.


Cliffside gardens, 19th Century architecture and cultural sights can be found in the resort town of Ravello, which is a popular summertime destination with outdoor concerts, where the popular Ravello Festival is held. Travellers that love history can enjoy time spent in Salerno, a port city in the southeast of Naples, which has remains of Roman ruins, medieval churches and mountain top castles.


A family holiday on the Amalfi Coast presents a whole range of incredible activities and excursions for all the family to enjoy. Take the kids to see Herculaneum in Pompeii, this ancient city will teach and show your kids how the Romans lived for an educational trip. Another fantastic activity for all the family is a visit to Italy’s oldest aquarium in Naples and even make a day of it followed by a pizza cooking lesson. There’s plenty of water sports for all the family to enjoy too, as well as a range of boat excursions and the chance to explore the sea caves.


How many days do you need in Amalfi Coast?

At least 3 days is needed for a holiday on the Amalfi Coast and 5 days is a good amount of time, which gives you plenty of time to explore the little fishing villages, do boat excursions and enjoy some relaxation.


When is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast?

Spring and summer months are the best times to visit the Amalfi Coast, so between April and October is recommended to avoid winter weather. May and September are great months to visit if you’re looking to avoid the hotter months that July and August attract due to the school holidays.


How long is a flight from the UK to Amalfi Coast?

A flight from London Gatwick (LGW) to Amalfi Coast (NAP) is 2 hours and 32 minutes.


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What is the time difference in the Amalfi Coast?

Italy is 1 hour ahead of the UK.


Do I need a visa for Amalfi Coast?

British Citizen passport holders don’t need a visa to visit Italy. Keep up to date with the latest travel advice on this FCO website link.

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Imagine staying in a stunning hotel on the beautiful Amalfi Coast just 50 kilometres from Naples. With individually decorated and furnished rooms, a beautiful pool and a Michelin starred restaurant with candlelit tables for two, Le Sirenuse is the ideal setting for a romantic European escape.


The hottest months on the Amalfi Coast is July and August; this is also a month where more tourists flock to due to the school holidays, which is great for families. December is the wettest month. Couples and honeymooners may want to travel in May or September with less tourists and still lovely warm weather.

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