The Amalfi Coast appears to have leapt straight out of a majestic painting, with all the breathtaking beauty you’ll discover here. Situated in southern Italy, in the Campania region, this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site of coastline stretches out across 31 miles.
The Amalfi Coast has been the playground of the rich and famous for decades with its alluring Mediterranean vibe. With the backdrop of the craggy green Lattari Mountains and cliffs, you’ll find bold blue skies stretching out over the rugged coast towards the sparkling turquoise Tyrrhenian Sea in seamless succession. Venture into pastel-coloured villages perching on cliffs, which offer mesmerizing views over inviting sun-kissed beaches. The bold yellow of lemon trees and the pink hues of bougainvillea pop out from every angle.
Experience more of Italy by adding an excursion to your holiday. Below is a selection of our most popular group excursions in this area.
In addition we can also arrange private tours and experiences tailored to your individual requirements.
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The closest airport to the Amalfi Coast is Naples (NAP), which is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes from Amalfi. Direct flights to Naples airport (NAP) are available from Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle and take approximately 2 hours 45 minutes.
Like many coastal spots in Italy, the Amalfi Coast tends to be busiest during July and August, when you'll find tourists as well as Italians enjoying the hot weather and summer festivals that take place. A good time to go is May-June and September-October, when you can enjoy fewer crowds and good weather. Although the Amalfi Coast is mostly a summer destination, visitors during the winter can still enjoy quite mild temperatures and normally dry weather. However not all restaurants and shops remain open out of season.
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