This stretch of towns along the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea are as gorgeous as towns can get. Looking at them, it can be difficult to narrow down where you want to stay. So here are the best ones on the Amalfi Coast.
This town is beautiful beyond belief and demands to be visited at least once in a lifetime. It features colorful chic buildings, narrow alleys, pristine beaches and waters with the deepest hue of aquamarine.
This town is secluded and quieter; a fjord (yes, like the ones in Norway) opens up to reveal a hidden beach and a tiny village with bright colored buildings and beautiful murals.
The biggest town along the coast, it’s got something for everyone, from incredible architecture, culture, pristine beaches to a plethora of bars and restaurants.
With a captivating mountaintop setting, villas that offer spectacular views of the town and well-manicured gardens, the City of Music is the only town on the Amalfi coast without a beach.
With a handful of buildings, it is a fisherman’s village. This quaint little town known for its world famous tuna, Colatura di Alici (an anchovy syrup) and scenic white sandy beaches.
Vietri sul Mare
Though it’s a small town, it packs quite a punch. With attractive pastel-colored buildings, this town is known for its bright-colored ceramic earthenware. If you want to avoid the tourist bells and whistles, this is where you stay.
The gateway to the Amalfi Coast, it’s conveniently well connected to Naples. It boasts a bustling and a lively atmosphere, has amazing food and is popular for its limoncello.
From medieval-style houses, cobblestone streets, ancient Roman ruins, baroque crypt, a majestic cathedral to museums, an excellent beach and a happening nightlife, Salerno has a little of everything.