Amalfi Coast Holidays
The stunningly beautiful Amalfi Coast stands out for its spectacular coastlines, rugged cliffs, cascades of brightly coloured houses, lemon groves and olive trees on terraced hillsides, all tumbling down to an aquamarine sea.
The main town in the area is Amalfi, which makes a good starting point for an exploration of this exquisite coastline. A drive along the famous coastal road, known for its stunning views and hairpin bends, is a fantastic way to reach the many other picturesque towns in the area. The Amalfi Coast is also home to many world renowned sites including Pompeii, Herculaneum and the Greek Temples of Paestum.
Belmond Hotel Caruso
Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Perched 365m above sea level, Belmond Hotel Caruso commands spectacular views over the Sorrento Peninsula. Steeped in history and tradition, the hotel has been beautifully renovated and is an ultra-luxurious base from which to explore the Amalfi coast.
Praiano, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Casa Angelina is a contemporary 39-room boutique hotel set on a cliff with beautiful views over the Amalfi Coast. Whether you want to explore the fascinating coastline, relax on the beach or try delicious local cuisine, Casa Angelina is the ideal choice.
Hotel Excelsior Vittoria
Overlooking the Gulf of Naples in the heart of glamorous Sorrento, Hotel Excelsior Vittoria is a traditionally Italian luxury hotel with 79 rooms and . Service is impeccable and excellent facilities include a fabulous pool area and spa to name but a few.
Overlooking the azure waters of the Amalfi this historic 12th century Palazzo in the pretty village of Ravello offers luxurious rooms, an indulgent spa and Michelin star dining, all with breathtaking views and five-star service.
Capri Palace is in a great location, high up on the island, in the main square of Anacapri. The hotel itself, has everything from two Michelin starred restaurants, a brilliant spa and a beach club too.
Il San Pietro
As you wind your way towards Positano it would be easy to miss Il San Pietro, a marvellous hotel hewn from the rock of the Amalfi cliffs. But with private terraces in every room, a Michelin star, tennis court and beach club, this hotel cannot be ignored.
Capri Tiberio Palace
Capri Tiberio Palace is a stylish hotel located in the heart of Capri's movida, a short walk from the famous Piazzetta. The eclectic decor has a 1950's feel, with beautifully designed rooms and all the amenities you would expect from a 5 star hotel.
JK Place Capri
The JK Place is an elegant boutique hotel on Capri, just above the Marina Grande with stunning sea views and just a short walk from the old town. Ultimate luxury and tranquillity can certainly be achieved at JK Place Capri with treatments from the JKSpa.
Bellevue Syrene is a charming luxury hotel positioned in a picturesque spot overlooking the sparkling blue waters of the Bay of Naples with the majestic Mount Vesuvius as a backdrop. A perfect spot to immerse yourself in the life of old town Sorrento.
Caesar Augustus is a luxurious hotel on the island of Capri perched high on a cliff with spectacular views towards the Bay of Naples. Spacious, ambient rooms, a unique dining experience and a fascinating coastline to explore, Caesar Augustus has it all.
Epic Southern Italy
Amalfi Coast, Basilicata & Puglia
Fall into the never-ending glamour of the Amalfi Coast along to the epic beaches of Puglia, where we share our best kept secrets to bring you this epic itinerary. You will find crystal clear waters, mouth-watering cuisine, luxury boutique hotels and epic landscapes as you drive this fascinating route exploring southern Italy in style.
GBP £6,400 pp
Honeymoon on the Amalfi Coast
Praiano, Capri & Ravello
The Amalfi Coast oozes romance and glamour, you can’t help but be swept away with the stunning coastline and beautiful vistas. One of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in the world, home to hidden caves and secluded beaches, this majestic honeymoon itinerary combines our favourite spots on the coast with a stay on the stunning island of...
GBP £6,400 pp
Did you know?
Archaeological evidence points to Pompeii having had a one-way traffic system.