• Vietri Sul Mare
  • Maiori
  • Ravello
  • Amalfi
  • Praiano
  • Positano
  • Sorrento

Costiera Amalfitana (or Amalfi Coast) is one of the most special parts of the Campania region and Italy as well. This coastline stretching from Salerno to Sorrento is under protection today as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to its exceptional cultural and natural values. Picturesque villages and towns overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, linked by one of the world’s most scenic roads, an almost vertical topography split by hidden coves and cliff-top hotels and restaurants are some of the best experiences Italy has to offer. Salerno, the gateway to the popular Amalfi and Cilento coasts, is easily accessible from Rome and Napoli via a modern highway. It takes 15 to 30 minutes to reach from one settlement to another by car and all are very well connected by local buses. 

  • Belmond Hotel Caruso

    The most famous hotel of the bay, converted from a 11th century palazzo. Its Belvedere Restaurant also amaze with its panoramic views.

  • Hotel Palumbo

    An ancient Roman villa that has been serving as a hotel since 1875.

  • Villa Cimbrone

    A hotel de charme and a Michelin-starred restaurant in a 11th century villa with amazing terraces.   

  • Palazzo Avino

    A glass of martini is a must at the breezy terrace of this boutique hotel, formerly known as Palazzo Sasso.  

  • Villa Maria

    The restaurant of Villa Maria Hotel is a culinary institution since 1934, that also offers cooking classes.

  • Museo del Corallo

    A small private museum on jewellery and decorative objects made of corals.

  • Il San Pietro

    A Relais & Chateaux hotel with the best panoramic views of the sea and Positano village.

  • Le Agavi

    Lying on a high promontory, the hotel has a funicular and lifts connecting to a beach with private decks.

  • Palazzo Murat

    A 4 star boutique hotel in a 17th century palace.

  • Buca di Bacco

    Hotel Buca di Bacco's restaurant is a destination in itself since 1950s. 

  • Chez Black 1949

    The seafood at its best, with a special emphasis on pasta with sea urchin.

  • La Sponda

    La Sirenuse, the leading seaside luxury hotel of Italy since 1950s, also offers a Michelin-starred restaurant.

  • Don Alfonso 1890

    The Michelin-starred restaurant and hotel pioneering the revival of Campanian cuisine.

  • Donna Sofia

    A characteristic restaurant in lush green gardens, paying tribute to the actress Sophia Lauren. 

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