In contrast to other Amalfi towns, the lofty Ravello perches at the top of a mountain instead of next to the sea. Here, you'll find the best and most panoramic views of the coast, winding romantic walkways, cute boutique shops, as well as sophisticated restaurants, exclusive hotels, and world-class concerts.
Once an ancient fishing village, Praiano remains under the radar for many visitors, even though it's quickly becoming a popular destination among art and culture buffs. At sunset, enjoy an idyllic walk that starts at the San Gennaro church, descends to the Spiaggia della Gavitelli via 300 steps, and ends at the medieval defensive Torre di Grado.
It's safe to say that the allure of Sorrento has stood the test of time. Once a compulsory stop on the 19th-century 'Grand Tour', this seaside town welcomed famed literati like Dickens, Byron, and Tolstoy. Today, Sorrento continues to enchant its visitors, thanks to its palatial hotels, magnificent shopping boutiques, and its superb cuisine.
One of the world’s most recognisable and iconic drives, the Amalfi Coast must be journeyed if you find yourself in this part of Italy. On one side, the Mediterranean stretches out into the horizon, while on the other, quaint towns seem moulded into steep cliffs and scattered woodland. There are frequent hairpin bends that makes being in the passenger seat far more favourable. Here, you can soak up the magical sea views, lemon groves and picture-postcard villages that stretch along the route.