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Introducing Amalfi Coast

Italy’s most famous coastline can best be described as enchanting. Picture colorful houses stacked along the seaside, wisteria-draped awnings, and a single narrow road that winds along the cliffside, revealing another incredible view at every hairpin turn. Even the long staircases – and there are many! – are charming. It’s difficult to imagine not falling in love with the Amalfi Coast and the island of Capri. 

While there is plenty to keep you busy on the coast, a vacation here is primarily about slowing down, soaking in the incredible beauty, and indulging in fresh food and wine. As you sit on your terrace gazing at the sea, watching the boats come and go and enjoying the faint scent of citrus in the air, you’ll understand what the Italians call la dolce far niente: the sweetness of doing nothing. 

Must See & Do

Top regional attractions
  • Get out to sea! The full beauty of the coastline is best viewed from the water, and you can swim in caves and grottos only accessible by boat
  • Explore the small coastal towns: Amalfi, Sorrento, Positano, Ravello
  • Visit the towns European vacationers tend to favor: Maiori and Minori 
  • Take a day trip to Naples or Pompeii 
  • Try the seafood: Scialatielli ai frutti di Mare (seafood pasta) is a must. Mozzarella, tomatoes, and lemons (which grow to impressive sizes) are also local specialties 

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Most popular concierge services
  • A private transfer from the airport by car or boat 
  • A private driver for day trips to surrounding towns
  • Private chef service for the first or last nights of your trip 
  • A mozzarella- or pizza-making demonstration
  • A guided tour of a lemon grove and limoncello tasting 
  • A guided tour of Pompeii’s highlights 
  • A full-day boat excursion with a captain/guide
  • A sunset dinner cruise: depart at sunset with an aperitif, stop at a seaside restaurant accessible only boy boat, and then sail back to your villa under the stars 


Expert Tips

“All limoncello is fantastic, but the best is by Gusto Della Costa, a very local, artisanal company that still follows traditional methods. And try finocchietto, a liquor made from fennel seeds. It’s a local secret.”  Saffo, Managing Director, Italy Division

“If you’re flying in from Naples, get a boat transfer or a car transfer to your villa. The Amalfi Coast roads are very narrow with sharp turns, and you won’t want to navigate those after a long flight; better to let your driver or captain take care of it.”  Margherita, Managing Director, Italy Division


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