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The Amalfi Coast is one of Italy’s most famous destinations found in the region of Campania on the south west coast. As a UNESCO world heritage site this region is an outstanding example of Mediterranean landscape. As the Amalfi Coast experiences a Mediterranean climate, it gives tourists the chance to visit all year round and still experience its beautiful weather!
The main reason Amalfi Coast is visited by tourists and celebrities alike year-round is due to the area’s stunning landscape. The seaside destination has a mix of interesting nature, beautiful surroundings and of course, warm welcoming Italian culture. The Italian coast is made up of 13 Municipalities, with each having its own unique charm and attractions. Positano is the most popular destination in the Amalfi Coast, due to the town’s pebble beaches, breath-taking cliffs and colourful houses.
A trip to Amalfi Coast is perfect for couples of all ages who love exploring as well as enjoying good weather. This picturesque coastline is definitely one for the bucket list. You are sure to be in awe at its sheer beauty.
Flights from Dublin and Cork operate to Napoli airport up to seven days a week during the summer season. From Napoli airport it is an 80-minute drive to the Amalfi coast.
To learn more about things to do in Amalfi Coast, the best time to go and local info see here.
The center of nightlife on the Amalfi Coast is the town of Positano, where there are many fashionable bars to spend the evening in enjoying some drinks. If you’d like to party the night away, head to Positano’s Music on The Rocks, a summer beach nightclub.
Amalfi Coast restaurants have traditional menus serving tasty Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. Due to the destination being a seaside resort, seafood is one of their specialities, so make sure to try some while visiting.
Children will love a visit to Luna Park amusement centre in Salerno.
There are many local boutiques in the Amalfi coast selling local crafts, clothing and arts.
Every summer the Amalfi Coast hosts its music and arts festival with concerts taking place daily, which means you’re in for a treat if you visit during this time of the year.
There is no question that the best time to visit Amalfi is during the summer months when temperatures reach the low thirties. However, if you fancy visiting when there’s not too many crowds then the months of May and September are perfect!
Euro is the currency used in Italy.
Italy is one hour ahead of Ireland.
If you would like to experience Napoli, Mount Vesuvius and the Amalfi Coast while on your trip, we recommend car hire!