Pastel coloured houses clinging to the steep southern shores of the Sorrentine Peninsula, narrow roads with hairpin corners carved into the hills, crystal-clear, turquoise waters, place names like Capri, Positano and Ravello, the smell of flowers and the taste of lemons: all of this is what comes to mind when thinking about the Amalfi Coast. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, this part of Italy is well worth a visit.
Below are examples of self-guided tours of the Amalfi Coast. We will gladly customize these itineraries for you, drawing on our strong local knowledge and our unique selection of boutique-style accommodations.
The tour guides that we had in Venice, Florence and Rome were all remarkable