I love the Amalfi area of the Amalfi Coast mainly because of the Hotel Santa Caterina. I highly recommend going to Amalfi and staying in this resort!! It is so beautiful and captures the quintessential Amalfi Coast charm. Not to mention their seaside pool and beach club is the perfect place to soak in the […]
Maiori is a historic town with tons of character, so much so that Rossellini chose this town as the background for four of his films.
Think ancient towers, old castles, and amazing churches filled with art.
Maiori is also where you will find Amalfi Coast’s longest beach and some amazing seafood.
If you’re up […]
If you love pasta (who doesn’t? ), you will love Minori! Once filled with pasta making factories, Minori, also called the “City of Flavour” is today a UNESCO site and a must-visit while in the Amalfi coast.
Something about its narrow alleys and old buildings, especially the 1st Century Roman Villa called the Convent of […]
Fine – this isn’t technically “The Amalfi Coast” however the glamorous (and arguably, romantic) island of Capri is a short day trip from the Amalfi Coast and an absolute must-visit when you’re in the area.
Think cascading bougainvillaea, whitewashed houses, turquoise waters, and beautiful views wherever you look. It’s absolutely amazing here and so worth […]
If you want a quick escape from the maddening crowds, head to Fiordo di Furore, the only fjord in Italy.
This highly photographed beach is typically quiet and absolutely stunning! While not the easiest place to get to (think steep stairs), it’s definitely worth the effort, I promise.
A trip to the Amalfi Coast is incomplete without a stopover at Amalfi. What was once an important trading centre is now a beautiful coastal town. Relax and soak up some sunshine by the famous Marina Grande beach or head to the tiny cove of Santa Croce if the Marina Grande beach is too busy […]
Positano is the quintessential Amalfi Coast village with gorgeous views and delightful pastel-coloured houses.
Yep, the kind that you have seen in every iconic picture of the Amalfi coast. Even if you haven’t been, it’s what you’ll be picturing the Amalfi Coast to be.
With a beautiful sandy beach, busy seaside bars, even busier nightlife […]
There are, I believe, two types of recreational cyclist. First, there are the ones with whippet-like bodies clad in Lycra, who take on near-vertical mountain roads without breaking a sweat. And then there are cyclists like me, who pick their bike according to colour, and whether the basket has enough room for focaccia and fresh […]