Around & About Amalfi
The Amalfi Coast lies on the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula. It is one of the most popular seaside destinations in Italy's Campania region and, with its breathtakingly panoramic Amalfi Drive, comprised of a succession of dramatic hairpin bends which faithfully trace each and every indent and rocky promontory, is considered one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the whole of Europe.
The charm of the Amalfi Coast is such that it can be appreciated throughout the year, whatever the season. When not bathing in the warm waters or strolling through the historic centers of Amalfi or nearby Positano, visitors might easily be found savoring the local specialties served in any of the area's excellent sea edge restaurants or sipping the fabulous wines produced with the grapes cultivated on the fertile slopes of Mount Vesuvius. In addition to the spectacular scenery, part of the appeal of the Amalfi Coast lies in its historical and artistic importance. This short guide aims to introduce visitors to some of the most beautiful places nearby.
For those wishing to visit the Amalfi Coast from the sea, our concierge or our attendants at the Beach Club will be happy to provide information and assist guests in booking private boats and motorboats with which to explore the coast.