Amalfi Coast

Located just south of Naples, the Amalfi Coast Italy stretches from the Gulf of Naples to the Gulf of Salerno.

Its Mediterranean coastline is dotted with thirteen picturesque villages including Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.

Amalfi: To fully enjoy an Amalfi Coast holiday, make sure to spend a little bit of time on the water. One of the most popular tourist attractions along the Amalfi Coast Italy is La Grotta dello Smeraldo (the Emerald Grotto). A must-see for visitors to the region, it is only reachable only by boat, many of which are available sailing directly from Amalfi. The grotto which features stalagmites and stalactites is filled with a magnificent green light because of the manner in which the light enters the cave. If you are hoping to take full advantage of the Amalfi coast vistas, make sure to schedule a hike that runs from the town of Amalfi to the town of Scala. While the walk is somewhat strenuous, you will be rewarded with magnificent views. You”ll also find plenty of cafes and restaurants along the way to keep you well-hydrated and happy! Located right next to the sea, the Villa San Michele. Villa San Michele is located in Ravello, a short distance from the prime tourist attractions and fantastic little boutiques for shopping along the Amalfi Coast.

Positano:. Visiting Positano has become increasingly popular over the years, as this is one of the tourist destinations where you can enjoy both spectacular natural beauty and a range of fun attractions and activities. They are lined with charming artisan shops, cafes, seafood restaurants, and more. You will have no problem finding an array of things to do in Positano Italy, from visiting the piazzas, monuments, and churches, to simply relaxing on the beach or boating in the Mediterranean Sea. This town has very beautiful beaches that you will be able to enjoy. The Spiaggia Grande (or Grand Beach) is a pebbled beach that is lined with restaurants and cafes. The enchanting location of the town and the quaint streets and lanes make this a veritably perfect location for any artist, and the tourist visiting Positano will certainly be impressed to see all of the amazing art that is produced out on the streets. There are also a variety of historical and cultural attractions that are well worth checking out while you are in Positano. Construction of the unbelievably beautiful Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta most probably began in the tenth century. The gorgeous interior is absolutely breathtaking. You can walk through the church every day from 8 a.m. to noon and 3:30 to 7 p.m. The Torre de Clavel is another of the most interesting attractions in Positano. It is a thirteenth-century fort that was erected largely as a means to defend against Arab invaders. There are many things to do in Positano.

Ravello: A special Village up on the hill of Amalfi with the greatest view of the bay and the incredible location of Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone to not miss!

To visit The Amalfi Coast you have 4 ways:

1) Using public transport (Buses to the Amlfi costs. that run every days) and discovering the town by yourself. We will tell you what visit and We will give you all the schedule at the check in.

2) For the Amalfi coastI can suggest for sure our professional driver with car!  He will be at your disposal to show you all the beautiful town of the Amalfi coast. It usually take 4/5 hours to visit Positano and Amalfi  and approx an additional hour or two to visit also Ravello. Naturally you can decide on the spot with the driver if you wish to stay longer and spend more time in one of the town without problem. Please, if you wish to book  this service, let me know on what day . For the cost please send us an e-mail info@hotelantichemura.com

3) Book one of the groups tour written on our website

4) By your own Car