Marina Grande in the town of Amalfi boasts some of the most panoramic restaurants...Take a break from sunbathing and enjoy a cold glass of local white wine on the terrace overlooking the sea.
Conca dei Marini is one of the most popular harbors on the Amalfi Coast...stop here for an AMAZING lunch in one of their wonderful seaside restaurants, or have your food delivered onto your boat!
Ricotta e Pera is a local speciality and an absolute MUST for anyone visiting the Amalfi Coast! Visit one of the world famous pasticcerias along the coast and grab a little slice of heaven...
Santa Croce Beach is one of the most favored beaches amongst the locals of the Amalfi Coast. With its crystal clear waters, two lidos, and a family-run restaurant, what's not to love?
Steps from the town center.
Indoor Spa Facilities.
Direct Sea Access.
The beaches of Vietri Sul Mare, the southern most town of the Amalfi Coast offer a flatter landscape than many of the other coastal towns, making it ideal for those with limited mobility.
Sail, motor, yacht or speed...the choice is yours. The best way to visit this amazing coastline is definitely by the sea!
Beautiful gardens only add to the luxurious atmosphere of this first-class hotel in Ravello.
Localita Salicerchie is a wonderful alternative to its neighbor, the generally much more crowded harbor of Maiori. There is a Lido renting beach chairs, umbrellas, and offering snacks and beverages.
The best way to experience the picturesque villages set amongst the cliffside of the Amalfi Coast is from the sea... Only from a boat will you be able to witness the views you see on postcards!
Breathtaking view from the balcony of one of Ravello's most exclusive hotels, set high above the Amalfi Coast!
A visit to Tuscany is an excellent addition to any Italy travel itinerary with kids.
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