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.
Located at the centre of the village of Positano, Le Sirenuse is situated beautifully above the sea creating gorgeous vistas. It is an ideal spot for luxury, peace and silence. Le Sirenuse is justifiably known as the place to stay in Positano.
Perched high on the hill overlooking the town of Positano on the Amalfi Coast, Villa Franca is a boutique hotel offering incredible views of the bay of Salerno. With a spa and a rooftop pool, this is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Monastero Santa Rosa
Conca dei Marini, Amalfi Coast
Monastero Santa Rosa, once a 17th century monastery, has been transformed into a stunning hotel perched on the cliffs above the Bay of Salerno. Expect beautiful rooms and fantastic views coupled with impeccable service and a Michelin starred restaurant.
Hotel La Palma, Oetker Collection
Capri, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Just steps away from Piazzetta Square, La Palma was Capri’s first hotel. Having recently undergone a stylish renovation, this historic haven is once again embracing the Dolce Vita lifestyle, with a new rooftop restaurant and bar and private beach club.
Hotel Palazzo Murat
Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy
A stunning sanctuary surrounded by gardens of fragrant lemon trees and tumbling bougainvillea, this historic Positano hotel built by the King of Naples, is infused with aristocratic opulence, traditional charm, and warm hospitality.
Did you know?
Archaeological evidence points to Pompeii having had a one-way traffic system.