How, what, when on the Amalfi Coast: 10 FAQs about your summer #alongthecoast

Costiera Amalfitana

Are you going to leave for your vacation, are you planning the next weekend or will the Amalfi Coast be your summer destination? Let us guess! You’ve started googling what to visit, how to get around, where to go, what to do and must-see places of one of the most popular destinations in the World.

We put together 10 FAQs about the Amalfi Coast that will help you to enjoy your experience #alongthecoast to the fullest!

  1. Where is located the Amalfi Coast?

Suspended, like an immense terrace overlooking the sea, the Amalfi Coast is located between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Lattari Mountains, starting from Positano in the West and reaching Vietri sul Mare in  the East.

  1. How to get here? 

You can reach the Amalfi Coast from Naples Airport or by train to Salerno station, continue your journey by bus and once in Amalfi, you can visit the coast by boat.

  1. How to visit the Amalfi Coast?

Every village and town on the Amalfi Coast is connected by the SS 163, a narrow road, full of curves and hairpin bends, always busy during the summer months. The best way to get around is sailing by sea with the several sea connections available.

  1. What to visit for your first time on the Amalfi Coast?

For your first time, you cannot miss: the Cathedral of Amalfi, Maiori, Minori, Atrani, The Fjord of Furore and Positano. Absolutely, these are the places to visit even if you will stay just for a few days.

  1. What excursions to do by land and sea? 

The places to explore in this stretch of coast are countless. One of the most famous routes by land is the Path of the Gods, from Bomerano to Nocelle, you will enjoy the breathtaking panorama of the entire Amalfi Coast at 400 meters above sea level. By sea, you should take a few hours to discover the Emerald Grotto, a play of blue shades will catch you!

  1. What to eat on the Amalfi Coast? 

The Amalfi Coast boasts an important culinary tradition: lemons, wines, fish and pasta are worth tasting. From the ‘sfusato’, the classic Amalfi limoncello, to ‘ndunderi’, a typical pasta, from the ‘colatura’ of anchovies to the local wines of Tramonti, there is plenty of choice!

  1. What are the most beautiful beaches? 

The beaches of the Amalfi Coast have a rocky conformation and are surrounded by high cliffs. In fact, the most beautiful bays, Santa Croce and Duoglio, are located at the end of long staircases and steep paths. If you want to reach them in a comfortable and relaxing way, you just need to get on our boats.

  1. Where to see one of the most amazing sunsets?

The Amalfi Coast is known all over the World for its wonderful terraces overlooking the sea, from the most historic 5-star Hotels to lemon groves surrounded by the most intense green, finding a spot to enjoy the sunset is really simple. If you want to enjoy the sunset a few steps from the sea after having had a walk through the streets and went shopping, the beach of Positano is the ideal place.

  1. How long to stay on the Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast is one of those places that deserve to be visited in every single corner, but unfortunately your holiday will not last forever. Then, you should stay here for at least 3 days. By the way, if you will visit it just for a day or a few hours, a boat trip will let you discover all the natural beauty of its wonderful landscape.

  1. Your turn now. How long till you get #alongthecoast?

We can’t wait to live in one great adventure the true spirit of the Amalfi Coast on board!