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The Amalfi and Sorrento Coast stretches along the heart of southern Italy from just below Naples to around the Sorrento Peninsula along the Gulf of Salerno. This majestic coastline easily plays into the fantasy of an Italian seaside getaway: dramatic cliffs, sun-drenched villages, white beaches, and mesmerizing sea views. This fantasy is lived out by a large number of visitors, including the young and old, large groups and families. Yet, many of the towns along the coast are still a rare treat, having retained their classical simple beauty and quaint local manners. Venere delivers many opportunities for finding the best Amalfi Coast hotels. We meticulously find the latest savings and locations while giving guests first hand knowledge of each hotel with reviews by real guests.

What's the Amalfi and Sorrento Coast Like?

Olive groves and lemons accentuate the scene along the coast as do popular resort spots, old fishing villages and colorful panoramic views. Sorrento is much quieter than Amalfi, with a small beach, coves, harbors and cliffside promenades that have enchanting views of Mount Vesuvius and Capri. A car or bus ride along the cliffs from Sorrento towards Amalfi is the real treat, with narrow lanes that hang high above the water. Ravello is probably the dreamiest of the towns along the coastline, full of gardens, the bluest views of the sea, and antiquated villas. Of course the Amalfi coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the finest place to witness the region's overpoweringly lush heritage as well as take in the stylish high season activity. Amalfi Coast hotels help lull visitors into a stay that they will likely not soon forget.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in the Amalfi and Sorrento Coast

Due to the Mediterranean climate, late afternoons are sleepy here while in the early evening cafes, bars and town square's get back into full swing. Many local spots cater to tourists and English speakers but some Italian is recommended in the more remote towns. Summer here is busy with people and cars so it's best avoided in favor of early Autumn or May. Italian gastronomy leaves nothing to want here. Salerno is known for its lemons and there's a lemon liqueur called Limoncella. The coast also enjoys salads with buffalo milk mozzarella, anchovies, rabbit dishes, pastries and, of course, pasta. Venere helps guests plan their stay with gusto. With a wide selection of Amalfi Coast hotels in every direction and price range, we give guests all the best options around and insider advice with reviews by real guests.

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