Have you ever heard of Atrani? Well, if you haven’t, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Located a mere 1/2 mile from Amalfi (I am sure you are familiar with this one!), Atrani is one of Italy’sBorghi più Belli d’Italia and, in name of its characteristic medieval architecture, is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with other sites of the Costiera Amalfitana of which it is part.
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These cool Airbnbs in Amalfi Coast are LUXURY for less! Rentals with pools or jacuzzi? Something cosy and romantic? Here’s Ralph Cope’s top picks!
Where to visit, when to go, and how to see it in style. Here’s The Times’ guide to Amalfi Coast holidays, with advice and recommendations from experts.
Still wondering where to stay on the Amalfi Coast? Stefano Ferro knows it’s complicated. In this guide, he goes through the best towns with or without car, family or couples, and for any type of trip…
The Amalfi Coast is a 30-mile stretch of breathtaking, scenic coastline in the south of Italy. The stunning landscape has fairytale towns, culinary goodies, and picture-perfect treasures for all to explore.
From cliffside towns, colourful fishing villages and bright beachside umbrellas, there’s a lot to love about the Amalfi Coast.
The Amalfi Coast is like nowhere else on earth. Dramatic, rugged landscapes, the sparkling Tyrrhenian Sea, quaint villages and incredible local cuisine conjure up a truly unique experience, evoking a certain 1950’s Hollywood glamour and sophistication.
The Mediterranean landscape of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will leave you mesmerized with its old world charm.
The little town on the hill: Ravello is the best kept secret of the Amalfi Coast; Brooke Saward; World Of Wanderlust
The town on the hill: Ravello The Amalfi Coast has become one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations over the past few years, though it has always been a popular choice for Italians venturing to the coast for the summer months. International visitors have swamped the likes of Positano and Capri, however there is much more to the Amalfi Coast beyond these two hot spots (scenic as they are), starting with one of our favourite spots: Ravello.
The Amalfi Coast: 50 kilometres of indescribably beautiful coastline in Italy; Jennifer Cox; The Suburban
There are few places on earth that are as colourful, picturesque and breathtaking as the Amalfi Coast in Italy. This 50-kilometre stretch of coastline boasts spectacular cliffs, valleys and intimate beaches, quaint and cozy fishing towns as well as vineyards and lemon groves.