About Amalfi Coast

Does a visit to the sun-kissed coast along the Mediterranean Sea sound like a dream come true? Would you like to get that tan you have always fancied? Then head to the gorgeous Amalfi coast in Italy. The Amalfi town is a perfect landscape scattered with small towns, mountains, and the sea. It isn’t hard to see why this is possibly one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. The combination of a mesmerizing view of the sea and picturesque landscape is to die for. You don’t want to miss the feeling of the summer wind blowing in your hair and sand at your feet. Ensure that you visit the Arienzo Beach, the Amalfi Cathedral, the Ravello Cathedral, and the Villa Rufolo, among others. Besides no one has been able to resist the call of the mythological Sirens at the dolphin-shaped island called Li Galli. There is so much to do and see here that one day wouldn’t possibly be enough! It is a perfect destination to unwind with family and friends.


Must See

  • The Cathedral of Amalfi
  • The Handmade Paper
  • The Emerald Grotto
  • The Lemon of Amalfi

How to reach

It is 1km away from the City Center.

To reach Amalfi you can take taxis, or reach Naples - Piazza Garibaldi / Central Station - with public buses and from here use the trains to Salerno that leave about every hour, the SITA bus lines. r

You can alternatively board a ferry from Molo Beverello (reachable by bus).

Taxi Fare: 3 Euros

Bus Fare: 5 Euros


  • Rent a small car. It's easier to navigate and to park along the road and in towns along the route.
  • Try to avoid weekends, especially in summer, when it's much more crowded.
  • While driving be focused and patient. DO NOT overpass others. The road is very narrow, winding and unpredictable.
  • Pay attention to buses which often drive ruggedly being the strongest on the road, especially on turns when they occupy the other lane also.
  • Pay special attention to motorists and drive with caution.
  • On every corner, you'd be eager to take a photo. There are many expansions along the road for that, but if you miss one don't drive reverse, rather stop shortly along the road. Many do that as those expansions are often full, so standing by the road's pretty common. In that way beware of cars entering back for driving.
  • Don't rush, you'll spoil your enjoyment. When planning count at least the whole day. It isn't just about driving. You simply must visit Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. Not visiting those 3 beautiful towns would be a sin.
  • This is an expensive high-end tourist area. Count on higher expenses for everything...accommodation, restaurants, parking (3-5 euros per hour). Enjoy, have a great time in this outstanding area.

Visit Time

Sunday:            Open 24 Hours

Monday:           Open 24 Hours

Tuesday:          Open 24 Hours

Wednesday:     Open 24 Hours

Thursday:         Open 24 Hours

Friday:              Open 24 Hours

Saturday:          Open 24 Hours

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Waiting Time

Arrive early to avoid the rush.


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Time you can spend

7 to 8 hours


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