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Amalfi Coast vacation rentals

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Casa Mika Cozy apartment in Atrani

Casa Rita is a beautiful and cozy apartment for a couple who wants to enjoy the Amalfi Coast at its best!

G$21,306 per night
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  2. Atrani
Room for Solo traveller

Room for solo traveller in a cozy house. Have a perfect heating system. The house is located in the center real gems of the Amalfi Coast, the city of Atrani. 7 minutes walking to Amalfi. 30 minutes from Salerno by ferry. 30 minutes to Positano by ferry as well. Just 10 steps up to the house from the main street. The room has a bunk bed. Set of towels. The room closes with a private key. Located next to the bathroom. There is also a small kitchen on the same floor.

G$12,192 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Atrani
Penthouse OF the Atrani Knight

The Attic of the Knight is a small penthouse that overlooks the characteristic square of Atrani (typical fishing village 10 minutes walk from the center of Amalfi). The studio is about 25 sqm, equipped with electric kitchenette, fridge, air conditioning, wifi, TV and beautiful outdoor terrace. On the terrace guests will have an exclusive area and can enjoy a beautiful view of the characteristic old town of Atrani and the sea.

G$21,554 per night

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Amalfi Coast villa rentals

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  2. Ravello
Villa eustachio
G$47,897 per night
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  2. Amalfi
AMORE RENTALS - Palazzo Casanova with Sea View, Jacuzzi, Terraces, Breakfast and Air Conditioning
G$262,565 per night
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  2. Ravello
Casa del Pino, Amalfi Coast
G$43,543 per night
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  2. Amalfi
House Oliver with Maxi PrivateJacuzzi onthe Rocks
G$107,924 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Amalfi Coast Villa Knight
G$176,785 per night
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  2. Costiera Amalfitana
The charm of the Coast
G$152,401 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Villa Gioiello - Sea view pool with chromotherapy
G$282,594 per night
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  2. Ravello
Villa Milù - Amalfi Coast
G$274,197 per night
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  2. Ravello
The Lemon Garden Villa- hiking & nature paradise!
G$72,281 per night
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  2. Scala
Lo Smeraldo Luxury Home Ravello
G$76,137 per night
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  2. Pontone
Il Limoneto (the Lemon Grove)
G$57,695 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Beautiful House Overlooking Amalfi-
G$39,189 per night

Amalfi Coast house rentals

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VILLA ROSINELLA with view on amalfi bay
G$29,609 per night
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  2. Atrani
Casa dell 'Arco
G$22,642 per night
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  2. Atrani
ROOM FOR YOUNG SOLO TRAVELERS
G$15,240 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Luisa house
G$17,417 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa vico Masaniello - CUSR 15065006EXT0170
G$30,480 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Orchard "Mamma Carmela" - CUSR 15065006EXT0351
G$32,004 per night
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  2. Amalfi
1st Luce
G$36,204 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa Rossella
G$38,100 per night
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  2. Atrani
The Fisherman's cove - Atrani
G$29,392 per night
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  2. Atrani
The house in the village of Atrani
G$13,779 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Amalfi
The Apostle of Amalfi - Chamber of Pisces
G$23,949 per night
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  2. Atrani
NINA'S HOUSE - ATRANI - AMALFI COAST
G$26,126 per night

Amalfi Coast apartment rentals

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  2. Amalfi
Alma House
G$19,594 per night
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  2. Ravello
apartment number 6 with seaview and terrace
G$35,923 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa del Doge A - Panoramic typical Amalfi house
G$31,662 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa del Doge B - Charming view of the sea
G$32,222 per night
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  2. Atrani
Casa Teresina !!! Amazing view !!!
G$23,637 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Amalfi Lady Laura House
G$45,720 per night
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  2. Atrani
CRIS HOUSE - Beatrice
G$20,605 per night
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  2. Ravello
apartment number 2 with seaview and terrace
G$38,100 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa Delfina in Amalfi Coast, sea view
G$25,192 per night
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  2. Ravello
Study number 9
G$31,133 per night
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  2. Amalfi
Casa nella Roccia - New and central Apartment
G$32,222 per night
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  2. Atrani
CRIS HOUSE - Filina
G$25,910 per night

Your guide to Amalfi Coast

All About the Amalfi Coast

With rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and turquoise waters, the Amalfi Coast is a scenic 31-mile stretch of coastline 90 minutes south of Naples in Southern Italy. The area has earned a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation for its outstanding Mediterranean landscapes, where 13 picturesque, historic villages sit along the coast — many perched on cliff tops offering dramatic sea overlooks.

Sorrento is the largest town and gateway to the Amalfi Coast. Positano is the most famous: the village is built vertically into a cliff, with stairs leading past colorful buildings to the Spiaggia Grande, the 1,000-foot-long beach. A towering cathedral dominates the town of Amalfi, and high above it in the mountains is Ravello, which has panoramic views of the Bay of Salento.

The Amalfi Coast is known for its seafood dishes, and many visitors come for the scialatielli ai frutti di mare, a long, flat pasta served with clams and mussels. In the village of Cetara, locally caught anchovies are the star of the much-loved colatura di alici, a famous fermented fish sauce that Ancient Romans used to dress their food. When cocktail hour arrives, limoncello is the signature drink of the Amalfi Coast — a refreshing alcoholic liqueur made from lemons harvested from the groves lining the hills.


How do I get around Amalfi Coast?

The nearest international airport is Naples Capodichino Airport (NAP). You can rent a car at the airport for the drive to the Amalfi Coast, which should take less than 90 minutes. The roads are tight, winding, and busy at certain times of day, so allow for extra travel time. There’s also a bus from the airport to Sorrento, from where you can transfer to buses, taxis, and even ferries to Amalfi Coast towns like Positano, Amalfi, or Ravello. Many villages on the coast are pedestrian-only, so once you arrive, you’ll need to explore on foot. If you plan on making regular trips along the coast, you’ll find buses, taxis, and water taxis can take you where you want to go.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Amalfi Coast?

Summer on the Amalfi Coast comes alive with warm days and balmy nights perfect for enjoying the beaches and al fresco dining. The Ravello Festival takes place in summer, with several concerts in the hilltop town. The highlight is the Concerto all’Alba (Concert at Dawn) in August, when at 4:30 a.m. a full symphony orchestra performs against an incredible coastal backdrop as the sun rises.

Spring and autumn on the coast are a little quieter, but the weather is still sunny. In September, the Festa Del Pesce in Positano celebrates the sea with a feast of locally caught seafood, sangria, and music from folk musicians. In winter, things wind down with cooler conditions and fewer visitors, and you can expect some restaurants and shops to be closed. But whenever you decide to visit, there are a range of lovely villas and houses to rent along the Amalfi Coast.


What are the top things to do in Amalfi Coast?

The Town of Ravello

If you head up the mountain above Amalfi, you’ll find the peaceful town of Ravello, with the most expansive outlooks of the coast. Ceramic shops, gelaterias, and maritime pines line the square of Piazza Centrale near the Duomo of Ravello. When you’ve worked up an appetite, you can find a seat at one of the many restaurants with outdoor terraces, and enjoy a meal with a view.

Sorrento

Sorrento is the largest town on the Amalfi Coast, perched high on a cliff overlooking the sea. Shops, bars, and restaurants line the old town’s winding streets. Head down to the sea below the cliffs and you can jump off the piers for a refreshing dip. The Marina Grande retains a traditional feel, and you can stop for a sample of the local limoncello here — or anywhere else in town.

The Island of Capri

You can take a ferry from Sorrento or Positano to Capri, known for its beautiful beaches, lines of lemon trees, and restaurants serving fresh seafood and pasta. The island is surrounded by sea caves and rock formations, the most famous being the Blue Grotto. You can only enter the cave in a small rowboat, where you’ll find glistening blue water caused by refractions of sunlight. If you take the chair lift from the central square up to Mount Solaro, you’ll get a fantastic view over the island and the Italian mainland.