The Amalfi Coast is a top Italian destination for a relaxing vacation or a romantic honeymoon. It’s a rugged, 25-mile long stretch of coastline along the southern edge of the Sorrentine Peninsula with cliffs that dramatically drop into the Mediterranean Sea. A steep mountain range separates the northern edge of the peninsula on the Bay of Naples from the Amalfi Coast. It’s one of the most beautiful beach destinations in Italy, but it’s not the easiest to get to. That’s why after several trips and requests, we’re sharing with you our recommendations on how to get to the Amalfi Coast with the least amount of stress.
If you’re planning your dream trip to the Amalfi Coast, we’d suggest booking everything far in advance. First, decide on the time of year to visit, and the cities you want to explore, then go ahead and book your hotels or rentals so that you don’t run into problems with availability over your desired dates. After you have your room booked, the next step is figuring out the logistics of how you’re going to get there.