The Amalfi Coast is where pastel-coloured, harbour-hugging towns cling to lush mountainous landscapes, all of which overlooks sunny beaches and turquoise waters. An area of physical beauty and natural diversity, luxury Amalfi Coast holidays deliver high-end restaurants, chic boutiques, historical attractions, and sun-splashed piazzas.
The fact that UNESCO recognised the Amalfi Coast as an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape tells its own story. Verdant forests and dramatic mountains plunge down into glittering turquoise waters, which surround a dramatic coastline of secluded coves, precipitous crags, and picturesque towns. If you're looking for that perfect Italian holiday, you'll find it here.
From handsome Sorrento and pretty Positano to mountaintop Ravello and beachside Cetara, the Amalfi Coast’s most popular ports of call are all equally unique and alluring. The abundant aesthetic appeal and captivating charm of laid-back seaside living are what makes the Amalfi Coast one of the world’s most romantic destinations.
Along with doting couples and honeymooners, the Amalfi Coast is also where celebrities and royalty choose to holiday - thanks in large part to some of the country’s finest hotels and restaurants making a home here. Coupled with the ever-present aroma of traditional Italian cuisine, and the welcoming smiles of wide-eyed locals, the Amalfi Coast will feel like the second home you’ve always dreamt of.
Our luxury Amalfi coast holidays cover all occasions - from honeymoons to family packages and everything in between. Call today to arrange your luxury holiday in Italy with one of our dedicated travel experts.
Holidays to the Amalfi Coast are arguably best enjoyed in April, May, and June. The weather will be pleasant but not too hot, every hotel and restaurant will be open, and the sea will still be warm enough for swimming.
However, if you love the buzz of summer, reliable sunny days of around 30 degrees will greet you until September. The warm weather often continues through October, giving you ample opportunity to make the most of the Amalfi Coast's attractions in the autumn too.
British nationals don’t need a visa to enter Italy, but your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For more about entry requirements, visit GOV.UK or contact the Italian Embassy.
Famous for its fresh seafood, home-grown ingredients, and fine wine, the Amalfi Coast has an enviable culinary reputation. And whilst you'll find delicious pasta sauces, fine cheese, and indulgent desserts in every town, each has its own specialities.
The most fervent of foodies may even want to plan their Amalfi Coast holidays around one of the area’s many gastronomy festivals, which include Sagra della Salsiccia e Ceppone in Sorrento, Gusta Minori in Minori, and Sagra del Tonno in Cetara.