A good base from which to explore the Amalfi Coast including Capri, Amalfi itself has been attracting visitors since the Edwardian era when Britons flocked here for the Mediterranean charm. The beach is beautiful, although, like most in Italy, crowded in August, while restaurants tend to specialize in seafood, without neglecting pasta, of course. ... Read more
The main attractions here are lifestyle oriented, that is, wandering through the streets, sipping cappuccino and/or the local specialty limoncello at a cafe like Pasticceria Pansa Andrea, and browsing the shops for red coral necklaces and other handmade goods.
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A hot sun and thousands of tourists are hallmarks of June - August on the Amalfi Coast. Visit from September - October or April - June, though, and you'll still be ambling along the cliffside in flip-flops and ... Read more
sipping cappuccinos in the morning sun, enjoying temperatures as high as 79F (26C). Be aware that some hotels and restaurants close from November - March, so do your research accordingly.

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London

Amalfi is one of my favourite places in Italy. It's the perfect spot for relaxation, good food, and swimming. There is a bit of a trek from Naples airport but it is completely worth it, in my humble opinion.

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East Falmouth

The Amalfi Coast is beautiful with lots of little coastal towns. Amalfi is a great spot. It has a big church that is worth a visit. The city itself is built into the cliff so everywhere has a great view!

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Los Angeles

One of my favorite places to visit! It took a 2 hour bus ride along the cliffs. There is nothing by striking views of the water and lemon trees sprinkled along the way. I would recommend staying a few days at Amalfi since there's so many things to do and visit there.

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London

Bit less crowded that Sorrento or Positano but well worth exploring if you're doing the Amalfi Coast.

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A coastline along the coast. Just abt 10 mins walk from my hotel; be sure to bring your camera along.

Too bad there is a storm hitting the town in the evening. Lots of sea, sand but no sun. Otherwise, it wld be a gorgeous townscape when the setting sun sets in.

Nice little quiet town which are filled with tourists :). Do take a dip in the sea; a good fun way to escape the summer heat!

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San Jose

Such a beautiful and tranquil vacation spot where practically anywhere provides a great view. The cities of la costeira amalfitana are all very near each other, and quite drivable if you don't mind the narrow, winding mountain roads. If you can ride a bike/scooter, might even be more fun.

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Melbourne

Amalfi is an ancient southern Italian city that consists of hundreds of tall white house built on a slope facing the sea. It is magnificently picturesque, with a beauty difficult to describe in words.

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Centennial
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Amalfi is a lovely little city - it's easy to see it in one day and is well worth the visit. Spend some time relaxing along the shore or browsing through the shops. It's a great experience and it's easy to jump on a ferry and hop over to see the other cities nearby.

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Perth

Wow!

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Stirling

Beautifull holidaying here in June

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