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Longing for holidays in a unique and truly spectacular setting? The Amalfi Coast offers a wide myriad of beautiful and exclusive holiday homes in one of the most stunning locations. Book a fine rental in the centre of Amalfi or a comfortable property in the town of Sorrento. Have a look at all the options available in Maiore or Ravello. Do not forget to check the best accommodation in Positano either. Along the Amalfi Coast, everyone can find the perfect holiday home. Ready to find yours?Holiday homes with views
Book a traditional holiday home with the ancient typical structure with vaulted ceilings or a luxury property with sea views, spacious terraces, big manicured gardens and private swimming pools. Book a romantic weekend to enjoy the beauty of The Amalfi Coast in an incomparable setting. Spend some time as a family in the most incredible and pretty coast of Italy. Enjoy your time admiring the sea from the balcony, unwind in the lounge and have a sauna or a bubble bath in the jacuzzi. Sounds tempting?
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The area and getting around
The southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula brings us the amazing coastline stretching for about 40 miles, The Amalfi Coast. The landscape leaves us incredible scenes with sheer cliffs and a rugged coastline of unrivalled beauty. Along the coast, the little coves and beaches are the ideal spots for a perfect day out and the fishing villages with multi-coloured houses make the perfect image for a picture-perfect memory that can be kept forever with your lens.Coastal towns with a marine flair
By car or by boat, the Amalfi Coast gives you a wide variety of places to visit. Drive along the coast and reach the beautiful towns of Sorrento or Positano. Stop at Sant’Agata, between the Bay of Naples and the Bay of Salerno with the imposing Mount Vesuvius and the views of Capri. Visit the fishing village of Nerano or the small village of Praiano or the even smaller Conca dei Marini. The villages of Amalfi and Antrani are maybe the most popular because of their historical interest and pebbled and sandy beaches. Perched on a cliff, the views of Antrani are simply breathtaking. Enjoy your tour along the Amalfi Coast.
Travellers and activities
The Amalfi Coast is at the top of the rankings of the most hospitable areas in Italy, but it is also one of the most popular destinations for seaside trekking enthusiasts, for those who want to discover secret views through exciting excursions, for those who practice water sports and for environmental tourists. You will be able to participate in fascinating activities such as whale watching, a sport that will allow you to spot dolphins, such as kayaking tours or enchanting boat trips.The Amalfi Coast for glamour lovers
The Amalfi Coast is a destination that draws many types of travellers. Let the allure of its historical past seduce you with incredible coastal landscapes, a delicious cuisine and a great selection of leisure activities. Fill your days with glamour and follow the steps of celebrities that chose The Amalfi Coast as their favourite holiday place for many years back in the 1960s and 1970s. Enjoy la dolce vita.
Did you know that Positano was named after a painting that the captain of a pirate ship threw into the water and was washed ashore?
Top 5 travel tips in the Amalfi Coast
The lemon is the symbol of Amalfi, better known by the name of "sfusato di Amalfi". Its colour is like that of the sun and the scent is particularly intoxicating. You will find this precious ingredient in some typical dishes such as tagliolini and mozzarella wrapped in lemon peel and cooked on the grill. Take advantage of your stay in Amalfi to savor the "lemon delights" to be paired with limoncello from the ancient Amalfi tradition.2. A day in Sorrento
Spending a day in Sorrento allows you to discover the beauty of the area by foot, exploring the area at your own pace. The path of the Fortini Borbonici, the entire area of Punta Campanella, the Grotta dello Smeraldo or the Fiordo di Furore are real pearls of the Coast where breathtaking cliffs alternate with clear waters and the scents of the Mediterranean scrub.3. Visit the historical centre of Positano
Do not miss the historic centre of Positano with a maze of narrow streets and stairs that descend towards the sea and overlooked by pastel-coloured houses, shops with typical local handicraft products and boutiques displaying the famous clothes in linen, as well as leather sandals and ceramic objects.4. Take in the views in Ravello
If you love photography and need a good place to take the best shots, Ravello offers you incredible views! Probably the best views along the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and discover the beautiful views awaiting you. Visit Villa Rufolo, have a nice meal and enjoy the romantic atmosphere at sunset.5. Visit the Emerald Cave
Half way between Amalfi and Praiano you can visit the stunning Emerald Cave. The Emerald Cave is a natural phenomenon and its waters are of a natural emerald colour that will surely surprise you. The natural setting will captivate you and the cave itself will leave you in awe. Come and see this natural beauty.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Amalfi Coast
What is the average price of holiday homes on the Amalfi Coast?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, the Amalfi Coast has an annual average price of €211.28 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices on the Amalfi Coast?
If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your visit to the Amalfi Coast, you should travel in November (€169.45 per night on average), February (€180.02), or January (€188.94) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday rentals on the Amalfi Coast go up the most?
When you look at renting a holiday letting on the Amalfi Coast, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of August (with an average of €255.28 per night), followed by July (€249.1), and June (€239.13).
Is the Amalfi Coast a good location for a last-minute getaway?
To discover the Amalfi Coast, you don't have to be very organised in advance. It has a high annual average availability of 61%, which allows you to be more flexible.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
The months when it's easiest to find free accommodation on the Amalfi Coast are April (the average amount of available properties reached 75.5% of the total in 2020), May (73%), and October (67.4%).
During which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
Holiday homes on the Amalfi Coast reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 34.4%. The second most requested month is July, with 56.25%, and the third is December with 58.5%.
How many holiday rentals are there orelatively n the Amalfi Coast?
Our inventory contains approximately 6500 properties from 45 partners.