Hotels to remember: Amalfi Coast

Casa Buonocore


Oasi Olimpia Relais

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

Hotel La Certosa

Massa Lubrense

Villa Oliviero


Palazzo Belmonte

Santa Maria di Castellabate

Il Cannito

Capaccio - Paestum

Villa Campitiello

Conca dei Marini

La Conca Azzurra

Conca dei Marini

Relais Blu

Massa Lubrense

Villa Ferida


Villa Rosa


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Amalfi Coast: suggestions from the insiders


Evelina's bite-size guide to eating on the Amalfi Coast (Eat your way from Vietri to Positano!) →

Diego Marzoli

(General Manager)

Palazzo Marzoli Resort

4 Star Hotels

The rooms boast stylish Mediterranean decorations, with colourful tiled floors, elegant chandeliers, and stylish furniture. (Palazzo Marzoli Resort) →

Emanuela Losasso

(Sales and Marketing Manager)

Villa Rizzo Resort & Spa

Countryside Residences

Emanuela Losasso

Located in a strategic position: between the Amalfi Coast and the Cilento. Ideal for various activities: hiking, biking, cooking school, yoga and pilates, swimming, tennis, kayaking, horse riding, golf. (Villa Rizzo Resort & Spa) →

Salvatore Criscuolo

(Owner )

La Conca Azzurra

4 Star Hotels

For the beauty and centrality that the Amalfi Coast. From here you can reach every place of interest such as Ravello, Positano, Amalfi, Capri, Pompei, Sorrento. For the good traditions of Mediterranean cuisine. (La Conca Azzurra) →


Amalfi Coast at a glance

Amalfi Coast Hotel

A stretch of coast wedged between the blue of the sky and sea, a string of spectacular little towns and ancient fishing villages welded like limpets to the rocks. The unforgettable Amalfi Coast.

Behind each and every bend in the road which snakes its way along the Amalfi Coast, a splendid view of the small towns, secluded bays, and deep gorges, for which this part of Italy is famous, awaits. Winding its way through a dramatically beautiful landscape of lush green Mediterranean flora and striking rock formations, this narrow coastal road leads to towns of world wide fame such as Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, but also to lesser known, yet just as magical, places like Praiano, Atrani and Furore and on, further still, to Maiori, Minori, Vietri sul Mare, and Paestum, all of which gaze out across the Gulf of Salerno.