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Amalfi Coast City Guide

Crystal clear cerulean waters, fine dining, and views you will never forget; this is the Amalfi Coast

A string of jewels on the southern end of Italy and bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Amalfi Coast is known for its medieval architecture, serene azure waters, delectable cuisine, and gorgeous cliffside views. One cannot help but to be seduced by this incredible landscape as it feels almost surreal to be there. Treat your partner to a once in a lifetime view as you hike from Amalfi to Ravello where you will discover ancient ruins, hidden waterfalls, and pass by the famous lemon orchards that dot the countryside. Explore the hidden shops and eateries among the narrow alleyways of Positano or discover the hidden grottos and beaches along the coast. If you are hungry for more of the Mediterranean paradise, you can catch a ferry to Cyprus or view the historical ruins of Pompeii. With all this and more, the Amalfi Coast is sure to take your breath away!

Where to Stay

Hotel Santa Caterina
This elegant seaside residence is encapsulated by the perennial blue of the Mediterranean sky and sea, all while boasting the bougie claim of being a tried and true 19th century villa, which so hospitably invites you to share in the “la Dolce Vita” that is the Amalfi coast.  A private beach club with a heated saltwater pool overlooking waters so blue you’re sure to Insta-snap uncontrollably, all while enjoying exceptional Italian hospitality at its finest.  The views of the coast are as spectacular as the finely appointed rooms…classic Italian interiors, beautiful linens, & light-filled rooms, all working together to make the perfect romantic escape for lovers! View on Google.

Casa Angelina
This is seriously among the most beautiful and romantic hotels in all the Amalfi coast.  Set high above ancient seaside cliffs, Casa Angelina offers a sublime slice of both modern and elegant simplicity.  This airy sanctuary boasts 42 unique rooms, each a perfect space to take in the stunning beauty of the Mediterranean.  Every detail is immaculately attended to and ensures you a peaceful day and a sumptuously sexy evening.  Minimalistic, all white-hued rooms, contrasted by the deep azure sea surrounding the hotel, are sure to keep you enthralled and filled with a deep sense of place and gratitude. View on Google.

La Sirenuse Positano
Enjoy the simple pleasure of Positano at this luxurious and dream-inducing hotel.  Overlooking the bay of Positano, this summer-house turned boutique hotel is seaside luxury at its best, while still maintaining the intimate, cultured atmosphere of a private estate.  Perched high above the azure sea, you’ll doze to the melodic sounds of the Mediterranean, and know that this is indeed an incomparable Italian paradise! View on Google.

Where to Eat

Ristorante Buca di Bacco
Ocean views with a side of decadent cuisine are on the menu for this upscale eatery. Located in the Buca di Bacco hotel, this restaurant even offers cooking classes to guests who want to learn about the region’s cuisine and cooking style. View on Google.

Aldo’s Cocktail Bar & Seafood Grill
Enjoy some of Positano’s best at Aldo’s Cocktail Bar & Seafood Grill with carefully crafted delicacies that reflect the Dolce Vita period and the best that the Mediterranean has to offer. You and your love can sit back and relax with a specialty lemon flavored cocktail as you admire the creeping vines around the pillars on the patio with spectacular ocean views at this fabulous restaurant. View on Google.

Collina Bakery
This sweet Positano bakery lies in the heart of the village and is casual, unlike the surrounding elegance and upscale eateries that dot the cliffside. From breakfast to lunch, Collina Bakery serves delectable brunch foods, pasta, and of course, mouth-watering pastries! View on Google.

Where to Shop

Maria Lampo
As one of the first clothing stores to make an appearance in Positano after World War II, it is one of the villages longest lasting tailor and fashion business in the area. With a unique history and beautiful local and pastel fashion, this place will have you blending in with the locals in a stitch. View on Google.

Cole’s of Nassau
Best known for its beachy sandals, La Botteguccia features some of the best and unique footwear around. This quaint little store can custom build your sandals with colorful straps, jewels, and styles, all to your specifications. Definitely a must see. View on Google.

Antica Sartoria
Lacey designs and chic Positano style will have you feeling sexy and confident in no time flat. This upscale store features both men and women’s fashion, shoes, and accessories that will make you look like you were straight out of the Dolce Vita era. View on Google.

Best Place to Watch The Sunset

Mount Faito
While it takes a bit of a climb to reach the top of this mountain, the sights are well worth the effort. As you make your way towards the top, you will see lush forests, and breathtaking insta-worthy scenery. Once you reach your destination, you will witness one of the most beautiful Amalfi sunsets imaginable. View on Google.

Perfect Picnic Spot

Bay of Ieranto
At this hidden gem, you will find that you can either take a picnic on the beach or up to the hillside to overlook the beautiful blue waters of the Mediterranean. The Bay of Iertanto is well hidden beneath the cliffside and is said to be the place where Homer’s Ulysses was almost ensnared by sirens. View on Google.

Date night idea

Cantine Marisa Cuomo
Take your love on a wine tasting at Marisa Cuomo’s Wine cellar. Carved into the cliffside, this intimate tasting experience comes with gastronomic specialties and a delectable assortment of wines made from grapes that were lovingly grown on the rocks and cultivated by the Amalfi sun.  View on Google.

Places to get lost in

Atrani Fishing Village
Take a break from all the touristy destinations that dot the Amalfi Coast and explore the small fishing village of Atrani. Here you can explore medieval architecture, hidden alleyways, and discover the history of the River Dragon, an ancient fire breathing beast that was said to hide among the waters edge in the cliffs. View on Google.

Hidden Romantic Spot

The Terraces of Infinity
When you head to the Salerno Province, you will find Villa Cimbrone, which overlooks the beautiful town of Rovello. Hidden behind its gardens lies one of the most romantic spots available; the Terraces of Infinity. With a once in a lifetime view of the ocean amidst a garden with roman busts, you can profess your undying love to your partner. View on Google.

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