7 Awesome Stops On Your Amalfi Coast Adventure

Add these to your itinerary

by stephmylifetravel

Planning a trip down the Amalfi coast and not sure where to start? My guide will take you through the must-see towns you must add to any Amalfi itinerary. Learn about what each town is like, what to see there, where to eat, and where to stay. Whether you’re on a budget or feeling like splashing out, I’ve got you covered!

If you’re not sure about renting a car or taking the bus, my transport guide is coming up and will take you through your options!

 

How To Get To The Amalfi Coast

Naples airport is the nearest airport to the Amalfi coast, and it’s pretty well connected. You can pop to Skyscanner to find out the best flights from your city to Naples.  If there are no convenient flights to Naples, you can get a flight to Rome and take a train from Rome to Naples. Fast trains take just 59 minutes, and you can book your ticket on the Omio app.

Tip: Make sure to check the train times as you book your flight, as some routes between Rome and Naples are much longer. Best to time your arrival with the fast train. Also make sure to check which of the two Rome airports you’re flying into – Fiumicino is much closer to Roma Termini (where you get the train from) than Ciampino.

Once you arrive in Naples, you have a few options for getting to the Amalfi coast: Car, Bus, Train and Boat. I’ll run through these in my ‘Transport On The Amalfi Coast’ post coming this week.

 

Best And Worst Time Of Year To Go

Officially, the tourist season begins in Early April and finishes towards the end of October. The first and last two months of the season are the best option if you want to avoid crowds or are on a smaller budget.

Personally, I love the Amalfi in May – the crowds haven’t fully arrived yet, prices aren’t at their peak, and the weather is still so beautiful. It’s a fantastic time to take a trip here.  September is very similar: crowds are dwindling, prices are falling, and temperatures are high (but not the sweltering temperatures that you will have in August). I have found that temperatures can drop a lot in October, so it’s a risky month to arrive. Some years, the weather stays nice until November – but it’s never a certainty.

June – August are peak months on the Amalfi. This is when the weather is beautiful, crowds are at their peak, and so are prices. It’s a stunning time to be here, but it gets very busy!

August is definitely a month that many people avoid arriving in the Amalfi, and if you do come then, you will need to have your trip booked well in advance. Otherwise you have a good chance of not being able to find accommodation, parking, or reservations.

You might decide you don’t care about the weather and just want to see the Amalfi without the crowds, and may be considering a trip during the winter months. However, many hotels and restaurants close completely during the off season – for repairs or rest after the busy months – so this is not often a good choice! You will likely find that there are few accommodation and food options at this time of year, and lots of activities you can’t do.

 

Towns to Visit

Here are the towns that I recommend for you to put on your Amalfi coast itinerary. I’ve run through what to do, where to eat, and where to stay in each place.

Sorrento

While it’s not officially on the Amalfi coast (it’s on the Sorrentine Peninsula), Sorrento is the first major town between Naples and the Amalfi coast, so it’s the first stop on many travellers’ Amalfi Road Trip.

A small and charming town, Sorrento has a lot to offer travellers looking for ‘La dolce vita’. Its winding lanes, cute courtyards and incredible restaurants make for a gorgeous few days, plus exploring on foot is much easier as most of the place is relatively flat. This town doesn’t have the instant impact of Positano, but you can ramble around here for a few days and easily fall in love.

Best For

  • Those on honeymoon, or a romantic trip.
  • Foodies – you will eat until you burst here.
  • Beach lovers (who are not on a budget, there’s a small and busy free beach  – but you’ll mostly have to pay to lay out.)
  • Those who like to explore on foot, and don’t want to trek up and down steps all day

Where To Eat

  • O’Parrucchiano La Favorita: My favourite restaurant in Sorrento, this is the home of the famous dish ‘gnocchi alla Sorrentina’. Sit among lemon trees and feel like you’re in a movie at this Italian institution. Book ahead, as this gets busy!
  • Trattoria Emilia: Walking distance from Sorrento town, this is a really pretty and laid back spot for dinner away from the crowds. It’s right on the water and serves fish, meat and pasta.
  • Pizzeria da Franco: For a quick and easy bite, visit this pizzeria for a budget bite of Napolitan pizza.
  • Sedil Dominova: If atmosphere is what you’re after, then pop this into Google Maps and head to this lively square for dinner or drinks. There is usually live music and multiple restaurants, so there tends to be a bit of a buzz here. It serves classic Italian food, and while it probably won’t be the best meal of your trip – you will have fun!
  • If you’re on a budget, head to Ahum for pizza. This pizzeria is owned by Antonino Esposito, a celebrity pizzaiolo who often appears on Italian television, and is often considered the best pizza in Sorrento.

Where To Drink

  • Bar Nonna Emilia is right beside Da Emilia (above) and a great place for an afternoon Spritz. Sit at tiny tables overlooking the sea and enjoy a drink while you people watch and take in the atmosphere. It’s a bit of a walk from the main town, but very much worth it.
  • SHUB: This secret cocktail bar is busy on weekends and well worth a visit. Its guests spill out of the doors into the streets most evenings, which means it’s fairly easy to spot. The ‘secret’ element comes from a tiny downstairs bar with just a handful of tables, which you wouldn’t know exists if you were upstairs. The music is great, and so are the cocktails. If you’re looking for a fun night on a budget, also try Shot Bar for €2 shots.
  • Kiosk Bar: If you are a little tired of paying €15 for a drink, pop to Kiosk bar to grab a more reasonably priced beer or Spritz. Kiosk is literally a small kiosk which serves drinks and food to the plastic tables outside. It sounds a little basic, but the atmosphere can be great here as people drink and chat through the night.
  • Hotel Bellevue Syrene: This is a really fancy hotel, with great views over the sea and the beaches of Sorrento. We wandered in and asked if we could have a drink here, and were shown to the most stunning terrace where we watched the sun set. Definitely recommend! They bring you free snacks with your drink, so you can save money on food.

What To Do

  • Wander through the lanes of the Historic Center of Sorrento: A great starting point is Fauno bar, and then turn left down Via Sant Antonio to start exploring.
  • Walk to Marina Grande and Marina Piccola.
  • Visit the Cloister of San Francesco.
  • Take a Ferry to Capri. You can find the timetable here.
  • Watch the sunset from Villa Comunale.
  • Eat Gelato at Gelateria Davide – a famously good gelato spot in Sorrento.

Budget / Mid-Range Accommodation

  • House Matilde: This is a budget-friendly and simple option just outside the town, but walking distance away so you don’t need a car. Private rooms are €50 per night
  • Casa Dominova de Luxe: If you are looking for something modern and cute, this hotel is just 2 minutes from the beach and rooms are €90 per night.
  • Palazzo Marziale: Located in the historical center, this is in an excellent location for exploring on foot. Double rooms are €90 per night.
  • Maison Il Conservatorio is very well located, and offers double rooms from €100 per night. It’s just 2 minutes from the beach.
  • Maison Bon Bon: If you want to stay outside the town (you will need a car), and get more for your money – this hotel has double rooms for €130 per night.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Hotel Lorelei Londres: A stunning hotel with jaw-dropping views, rooms are €200 per night.
  • Bellevue Syrene: This beautiful hotel is centrally located, 1 minute from the beach and costs from €400 per night.

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Positano

I feared it would be overrated, overhyped and overexposed – but I fell thoroughly in love with Positano from the moment we arrived. The most famous town on the Amalfi coast should never be skipped, although staying there overnight is optional and may depend on your budget.

Positano is charming, beautiful, full of energy – and hard on the wallet.  It’s a smallish town, and around every corner is a better view, a cuter restaurant, a nicer hotel, and boutiques with more things you want to buy. You can laze on the beaches during the day, take boat trips from the marina, wander and shop on the streets, and take photos at the many viewpoints. There’s plenty to keep you busy!

Best For

  • Seeing iconic Amalfi Coast spots
  • People watching
  • Eating great food and drinking crisp cocktails
  • Dressing up for dinner
  • Photography

Where To Eat

  • Chez Black: If you want to eat on the beach, this is a great spot. It has a wide menu of pizza & seafood, in a charming setting. You’re paying a premium for being on the beach – but this place attracts a lot of celebrities, so you might get lucky and see someone cool! If this is full, try Le Tre Sorelle which is next door.
  • Da Vincenzo: Located at the top of the town, this can take a minute to get to – but it’s definitely worth it. This part of town is quieter than near the beach, so you can sit outside peacefully in the evening. The service is excellent, along with the wine and food.
  • La Sponda: This is not cheap, but it’s iconic. This restaurant is part of the famous Hotel Le Sirenuse, which is always splashed all over Instagram. Just take a look at the photos to see how great it is!
  • La Tagliata: This family run restaurant has a beautiful setting and delicious food. Well worth a visit!
  • Capricci: For a quick and cheap bite, head to this simple and tasty spot for lunch. It’s a great one for families, or those who want a more casual meal.

I have so many more Positano recommendations, so I think a separate post may be in order!

Where To Drink

  • Il Tridente Cocktail Bar: This swish cocktail bar is poolside and seafront, so you have great views in a stunning location.
  • Da Ferdinando: A gorgeous place for an aperitivo – or food!
  • Fly Lounge Bar: A romantic rooftop bar – think candles, piano and romance.
  • Music On The Rocks: If you’re after late night drinks or dancing, head here for some fun.

What To Do

  • Wander the famous Positano streets with your camera
  • Shop for ceramics, clothes, and souvenirs in the shops.
  • Path Of The Gods Hike: If you want to see the Amalfi views in the best possible way – do this difficult but rewarding hike from Positano to the tiny mountain village of Bomerano.
  • Visit The Church Of Santa Maria Assunta: You’ll find this on the way to the beach, and if you’re lucky there will be a wedding taking place!
  • Do a boat tour to Amalfi or Capri: Boats leave from the beach all day, just pop down to book.
  • Hike To Montepertuso

Budget / Mid Range Accommodation

  • La Mammola: This very simple guesthouse offers rooms right in the middle of the town, near the beach, for just €120 per night. If you have a low budget, but really want to stay in the town – this could be an option.
  • Scallinatella: This simple accommodation is based at the top of the town, and offers double rooms for €200.
  • Mamma Mia: If you are travelling with a group, or as a family, this hotel offers two bedroom apartments for €300 per night. It also boasts a 9.9/10 review score.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Villa Rosa: We were lucky to stay here when Italy was in lockdown because of COVID (we live in Italy, so we were allowed to travel within the country), and we had the most wonderful stay. We booked the suite, which gave us panoramic views of the sea, and breakfast was served on the terrace each morning. I would highly recommend! Room rates are €370 in summer, and drop to about €150 after.
  • Villa Yiara: Rooms in this boutique hotel feature sea view balconies with beautiful views over the town. Rooms are €320 per night, and is an adult-only property.
  • Hotel Eden Roc Suites: This iconic hotel costs €600 per night, but is one of the most favoured and famous in Positano. If you want to splash out, this is where you should do it!

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Praiano

Just 15 minutes up the coast from Positano, Praiano is often favoured by tourists as a place to stay as it’s cheaper and quieter. You can very easily take day trips into Positano via a bus that stops on the main street. It is small, quaint and cheaper than Positano – and is extremely well located for exploring towns on the coast.

This is the kind of town you can easily stay in for 4/5 days as you explore the rest of the coast. You won’t find yourself as overwhelmed with crowds, and there is a grocery store, pharmacy, and bus stop on the main street – so it’s logistically an easier spot to stay in than other towns on the coast. It’s definitely cute and quaint, but can’t compare in beauty to Positano.

 

Best For

  • Chilled out beach days
  • Easy access to popular spots
  • Views of Positano
  • More reasonably-priced accommodation
  • Those who don’t like to move hotels often, but want to explore the coast. This town is very well located for day trips, while staying put for your entire holiday.
  • Those who want to see the beauty of Positano without the intense crowds – you can literally see it from most hotels! Plus a public bus will take you to Positano from right on the main street of Praiano.

Where To Eat

  • Trattoria San Gennaro: This simple restaurant serves huge pizzas and aperitivo for under €20 and has stunning views of Positano and the sea. Located right beside the famous Praiano church, this is a great place to eat your first meal while you take in the sights and activity of Praiano.
  • Che Bontá: For budget friendly, easy food you can grab quickly. This is right on the main street so it’s a quick pit stop while you’re exploring.
  • La Cala Delle Lampare: If you like seafood, this is a great place to check out!

Where To Drink

  • Cafe Mirante: This bar can be found en-route to La Gavitella beach in Praiano, and has stunning sunset views. Stop by and grab an aperitivo and snack on your way home from the beach, and watch the sun go down.
  • Il Pirata: This is a restaurant on the beach which turns into a popular club at night.

What To Do

  • Walk to the beach: There are two beaches in Praiano: La Gavitella and Marina di Praia. The latter is more ‘beachy’, and the former is quieter. I spent time at Gavitella and had a great time – but just be prepared for the steps up and down! You can buy beers, food, sunbeds and water when you’re down there.
  • Visit Fiordo di Furore: Hop on the bus and take the quick trip to this iconic sight on the Amalfi coast.
  • Do the path of the gods: You can hike the Path Of The Gods from here too!
  • Visit San Luca Evangelista church & Di Santa Maria a Castro convent.

Budget / Mid Range Accommodation

  • Il Giardino Dei Limoni: This seaview resort offers 1-bed apartments for €150 per night. All rooms have a sea view, and this is near Marina di Praia. Hotel Margarita is a similarly priced option.
  • Hotel Pino: I stayed here and would highly recommend. This very central location has a restaurant, pool and parking – which saves you at least €20 per day. I booked last minute and paid €150 per night, however it is more expensive further out.
  • Villa Marunnella: If you are travelling with a group, this 2-bed apartment costs €390 per night which makes it quite reasonable for the group. The location is very good.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Tramonto D’oro: This beautiful seaview hotel offers double rooms for €275 per night. The swimming pool views are so nice!
  • Casa Angelina: This 5 star hotel is 1 minute from the beach and has a spa, pool, restaurant – and pretty much everything you would expect from a hotel which costs €850 per night!

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Conca Dei Marini

A quiet gem on the coast, this little town is accessible either by boat or by walking down almost 300 steps from the road. The difficulty of getting here means that it is quiet, chilled out and you can enjoy its stunning beauty relatively uninterrupted.

Tip: There are three restaurants at the foot of the steps, which are delicious. However there is no shop, and these restaurants don’t seem to have very consistent opening hours -so if you are an early riser or late eater, then you may go hungry. I recommend bringing some groceries to your Airbnb or apartment and ensuring that you have a fridge and simple cooking facilities.

Best For

  • Couples, or friends who want some peace and quiet on the Amalfi coast
  • Someone who prefers to stay in a self-catered apartment rather than a hotel
  • Those who want to see what life is really like on the Amalfi
  • Those who want to visit the Amalfi coast on a budget
  • People with strong legs who pack light 🙂

Where To Eat

  • Trattoria Ippocampo – My personal favourite! Try the spaghetti Zucchini – it’s incredible
  • La Tonnerella: A little more formal than Ippocampo, with gorgeous fish dishes and a romantic setting
  • Risorgimento:  Serves beautiful fish dishes right by the water!

Where To Drink

There are only the above 3 restaurants here, no bars and no shops. So if you feel like a drink, pop to the restaurants listed above.

What To Do

  • Laze on the beach with a book: This is the best part of staying in the town. Wake up and head to the water, where you will likely be on your own for a couple of hours. The beach is in an inlet, so the sun is gone by lunch.
  • Take a boat trip to Amalfi town: There is a small kiosk next to Ippocampo where you can take a boat taxi up to Amalfi town for  €8 per person. This is a really cheap way to get a stunning Amalfi boat trip – I got the boat all to myself!
  • Visit the Tower of Silence or White Tower, which is one of the most beautiful Saracen towers of the Amalfi Coast.
  • Take a trip to the Emerald Grotto

Budget / Mid-Range Accommodation

  • Reginella: This is where I stayed in Conca Dei Marini. It’s around €70 per night and has a double room, kitchen and bathroom. The house itself is cute, but very budget – so if you can afford it, I would book the property below.
  • Casa Poseidone: I saw this place when I was staying in the town, and loved the location. It’s a minute from the beach, and has a balcony that looks out over the sea. This really is a hidden gem! 1-bedroom houses are €175 per night.
  • Villa Sunrise: This is a 3-bed property, so it’s great for a family or group, it’s €300 per night and located at the top of the cliff – so it’s not ideal for going to the beach every day. But it is more accessible for sightseeing and visiting the beach.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Rifugio: This two bedroom apartment is €310 per night, and just a 10-minute walk from the beach.

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Amalfi

The namesake town of the Amalfi coast, this is my favourite town on the coast. I just love the energy here! From the moment you step out of the car, you’re hit with chaos and beauty that I love. Streets are thronged, but mercifully flat – so you can rest your poor thighs after your climbs at Conca Dei Marini. There is limoncello, gelato, Aperol on every table at every turn, and the main square is stunningly picturesque.

Amalfi is the largest town on the coast, and has beaches, hikes, and gorgeous sunset spots. It’s also close to many great sights and towns, so makes a good base for a longer trip.

 

Best For

  • Families – if your little ones like to run a bit wild at meal times, it will fit right in with the chaos of Amalfi!
  • Couples who want to explore but not feel like they’re in a tourist trap
  • Remote workers who want very easy access to sights when they have free time
  • Limoncello lovers

Where To Eat

  • Bar Francese is a popular bar that is right on the main square. It’s got a central location, right in front of the church – but some people may find it a little busy here, and it’s a tourist trap so the prices are high. If you want to have a central position, and good view of the church without the crowds – head to Trattoria De Gemma instead! It’s situated above the square, with a terrace that looks out over the square and the church. They have a cover if it rains, so you can eat al fresco.
  • Taverna Buon Vicino: This cute little restaurant is tucked away in the streets of Amalfi. It serves up delicious food in a romantic setting that’s both very central but also quiet.
  • If it’s stunning views of the ocean, and a romantic setting that you’re looking for – head to Eolo.

Where To Drink

  • Masaniello Art Cafe: This is a popular spot at night for cocktails. It gets busy at night, and usually has a really nice atmosphere.
  • The terrace bar at the Santa Caterina Hotel has spectacular views over the port and the coast.
  • Terrazza 17 has some seriously great views to look at as you sip your Spritz.

What To Do

  • Do a boat tour: There are a huge number of boat companies in Amalfi, and in the early season you can pop by the booth and get a good deal on a daily rental. In high season it’s recommended to book in advance.
  • Hike up to Torre dello Ziro to see the views from here.
  • Relax on the beach: Right beside the town, you can head to the beach and chill out for the afternoon.
  • Visit the Amalfi Cathedral: Right in the middle of the town, you can’t miss this cathedral. It’s definitely worth a visit!
  • Take the ferry to Positano: If you decide not to stay in Positano, you can take a boat from Amalfi for a day trip.

Budget / Mid-Range Accommodation

  • Il Gelsomino Amalfi: a 6 minute walk from the beach, and just past the main streets of Amalfi, this budget accommodation offers simple rooms for €120 per night. It’s in a good location, and gets great reviews (9.1/10)
  • Ancora Di Amalfi: Another budget find in a good location, rooms here are €140 per night.
  • Palazzo Gargano: A simple 1 bed apartment with a terrace in a good location. Rooms are €200 per night.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Hotel Marina Riviera: A beautiful 4-star hotel with beautiful views. Rooms are €450 per night.
  • NH Collection: A 5-star hotel, which is dated in places and spectacular in others. Rooms are €600 per night, and get rave reviews.

 

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Ravello

Situated above the Amalfi coast, the beautiful town and commune of Ravello earned a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.  Ravello was founded in the 5th century as a shelter place against the barbarian invasions which marked the end of the Western Roman Empire – and now, it’s known as the City of Music and a Thousand Weddings. (Ok, I added that last bit, but it’s seriously popular for weddings!)

The drive to Ravello was one of the best parts about visiting, the roads are incredibly winding and steep as you head from Amalfi to the town. Once you arrive, you can head to the main square and start to wander through the pretty streets. There isn’t a ton to do here, so you don’t need long – even a day trip is enough. But it’s well worth a stop!

 

Best For

  • Those who are seeking a relaxed few days without the pressure to do boat trips and lots of activities (maybe at the end of your trip).
  • Those who want to shop for souvenirs – ceramics were cheaper here than in other towns on the Amalfi.
  • Photographers –  the views are incredible.

Where To Eat

  • Babel Wine Bar Deli & Art: A casual setting with good food and wine. Great for an easy lunch.
  • Ristorante L’Antica Cartiera: A stunning spot with a stunning view, you can eat traditional Italian dishes here. It’s a little outside the town, but worth the trip.
  • Salvatore: Try unusual and delicious fish dishes in this centrally located restaurant.

Where To Drink

  • Enotavola Wine Bar: A cute little wine bar with some outdoor tables, where you can get a glass of local Ravello wine and snacks.
  • The Bellmond Caruso is a spot for fancy date night drinks.

What To Do

  • Go to a concert: Ravello is known as the City of Music for a reason. You can often go see a concert here, and you can also come in summer for the Ravello Festival.
  • Walk the Ravello to Amalfi Trail
  • Visit wineries: There are some great wineries nearby which offer guided tours.
  • Visit Villa Rufolo and its gardens.
  • Visit the town’s famous churches:  Duomo di Ravello,Chiesa S.Francesco dei Frati Minori Conventuali, Chiesa dell’Annunziata, and The Church of San Giovanni Del Toro.

Budget / Mid-Range Accommodation

  • Nonna Carmelina: This property is located close to the center of Ravello, but rooms start at €100 per night. Super reasonable and gets good reviews.
  • Ravello In: You can’t get more central than this small hotel, which is right on the main square in Ravello. Rooms start at €140 per night, and this place gets excellent reviews – even though the decor is a little brash. Maera B&B is a similar price and location, if you want something prettier.
  • Casa Dolce Casa: This is a modern and beautiful hotel, right beside Villa Rufolo. It has a sea view, pool, and rooms start at €200 per night.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Belmond Caruso: This ultra famous hotel has everything you could imagine for your dream stay on the Amalfi. And it costs €6k per night in high season! BUT if you want luxury at a fraction of the cost, you can stay here on the off season for €800 per night.

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Salerno

Salerno is a large city which makes for a great final or first stop on your Amalfi itinerary. Salerno’s old town is a beautiful medieval area that definitely deserves some time to explore. It has winding lanes, gorgeous historic buildings, and classic Amalfi coast views.

But the thing that Salerno really has going for it is that it’s a little quieter than other towns on the Amalfi coast. Salerno does get tourists, but not in the same numbers as surrounding towns, so it’s perfect for holiday makers who are looking to escape the crowds.

Another reason why Salerno is great to start or finish your trip is because you can get the boat or train to or from Naples from here. If you don’t have a car, it means you don’t have to battle the Amalfi traffic on your return journey.

Best For

  • Those who want to visit a town with less crowds
  • Those who like to explore on foot – it’s bigger and flatter than the other towns on the coast
  • History enthusiasts who want to see some medieval buildings
  • Someone on a quick trip, who wants to see as much as possible in a short amount of time – including sights not on the coast:
    • Amalfi is 30 mins away by car
    • Positano is 50 mins away by boat (no traffic)
    • Naples is only 40 minutes by train. So after a day out, getting back from Naples is really quick.
    • Pompeii ruins are only 45 minutes by train
    • Paestum is only one hour by train.
    • Rome is a little less than two hours by high speed *direct* train
  • Those who want to see the Amalfi coast on a budget (accommodation is much much cheaper here)

Where To Eat

  • La Botte Pazza: A cosy and romantic restaurant that almost feels like eating at home.
  • Vicolo della Neve: An institution in Salerno, this unassuming spot serves up delicious vegetarian, meat and fish dishes.
  • Re Maurì: If you want to splash out, try this Michelin-starred restaurant with stunning views.

Where To Drink

  • Voce e’ Notte : Grab an Aperol and watch the sunset at this beautiful bar, which is part of Le Fioriere hotel.
  • The Black Monday speakeasy TBM: Once the sun has gone down, pop to this dark and mysterious speakeasy bar in the town. The Old Fashioned cocktail is meant to be great!

What To Do

  • Visit Forte La Carnale, the Medieval Aqueduct, and Arechi Castle
  • See Salerno Cathedral & Santa Sofia Church
  • Join a free walking tour to see the sights.
  • Take day tours every day to an awesome new town. You have super easy train and boat links to some incredible spots!

Budget / Mid-Range Accommodation

  • Casa Maria: Bed and breakfast at this enthusiastically reviewed hotel is just €35 per night. It’s very well located, and the rooms are simple but clean. If you want to do the Amalfi coast on a shoestring then stay here for your entire trip and see the rest of the coast by bus & boat.
  • Casa Maya: Simple double rooms here are €70 per night, in a great location close to the station.
  • Casa Vacanze Angelica: This one-bed ground floor apartment is €90 per night and 1 minute from the beach.

Splurge Accommodation

  • Moma Salerno: This modern apartment in a good location is just €120 per night.
  • Chez Mamie: These comfortable and well-equipped apartments are definitely of a higher standard than the budget options. Rooms are €200 per night. Casa Mazu is another apartment by the same people and same price.

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I hope that this has helped you to plan your itinerary to the Amalfi coast. I’ll be posting about transport next, so sign up to my mailing list to get that post directly to your mailbox. There’s a signup box over on the right!

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Happy Travelling!
Steph
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6 comments

Wiktoria Samul May 24, 2022 - 10:18 pm

This is a great post Steph! Thank you very much.

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Jenna Ewing May 24, 2022 - 10:56 pm

Great post. I am travelling to the Amalfi Coast this week and will definitely follow some of your recommendations 🙂 xx

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Kata Bakonyi May 24, 2022 - 11:28 pm

Thank you Steph – I am planning a 3 week trip to Italy this year and the Amalfi coast was on my wish list, this is super helpful for me. Great post, thank you

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Una Desmond May 24, 2022 - 11:42 pm

Thanks for all the tips, going in July!! My ultimate travel guide….

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Rach May 26, 2022 - 8:53 am

This is a great post and came at a great time – the day I arrived in Sorrento! We are making our way round the Amalfi coast to Salerno so will definitely be using this guide, thanks Steph!

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Lisa O Brien May 26, 2022 - 2:04 pm

This was such a fantastic read! Thank you as always for your detail xx

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