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Also known as Marina Grande, this large beach is just opposite the historic Italian town of Amalfi. The beach is bigger than most of the other beaches along the Amalfi Coast, and it is one of the most popular, with locals and visitors swimming, sunbathing and relaxing by the sea. Keep an eye out for celebrities, too; it is not unusual to spot some familiar faces sunning themselves on this luxurious strip.

For instant access to Amalfi Beach, find a place to stay in the town of Amalfi, one of the Salerno’s most exclusive coastal towns. Use Expedia to choose from the luxury four- and five-star hotels and upscale resorts to suit your taste. Maybe you want a spa or wellness centre or an unobstructed view of the sea, stay at a hotel right on Amalfi Beach with private balconies overlooking the sand. Alternately, choose a boutique three- star hotels in the historical district that put you right in the heart of Amalfi’s atmospheric winding streets.

Work on Your Tan at Amalfi Beach

Amalfi gets plenty of sunshine and warm weather, and sunbathing on Amalfi Beach is always popular. Lay down your towel and watch the world go by as you soak up the rays. If the heat of the Salerno sun proves to be too much, you can rent an umbrella or cabana for some shade. Amalfi Beach’s free areas fill up very quickly, especially in the summer, so get there early to stake out the best spot.

Enjoy the View from Amalfi Beach

The best part about a visit to Amalfi Beach are the views out to sea and of the coast. The waters here are a beautiful shade of blue and are known for being clean and clear. Hop on a boat trip from Amalfi Beach to explore the coastline, or from shore, you can often see colourful sails disappearing into the horizon.

A wander around with your camera is a gentle way to spend the day, stopping off to snap pictures of the pastel houses rising up to the cliffs and seascapes to share when you get home.