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Hotel Villa Fraulo

Hotel Villa Fraulo

4.4 of 5 • 160 reviews
Ravello
£98
Hotel Club Due Torri

Hotel Club Due Torri

4.2 of 5 • 131 reviews
Maiori
£37
L'Antico Convitto

L'Antico Convitto

4.7 of 5 • 398 reviews
Amalfi
£84
Hotel Piccolo Sant'Andrea

Hotel Piccolo Sant'Andrea

5 of 5 • 5 reviews
Laurito
£204
Hotel La Ninfa

Hotel La Ninfa

3.9 of 5 • 187 reviews
Amalfi
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Fiordo di Furore
£55
Hotel Villa Gabrisa

Hotel Villa Gabrisa

4.6 of 5 • 255 reviews
Chiesa Nuova
£110
Hotel Panorama

Hotel Panorama

4.2 of 5 • 463 reviews
Maiori
£60
Hotel Tramonto d'Oro

Hotel Tramonto d'Oro

4.6 of 5 • 239 reviews
Praiano
£118
Hotel Graal

Hotel Graal

4 of 5 • 254 reviews
Ravello
£84

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Pocket Guide: Amalfi Coast

South of Naples is a region of great natural beauty with a magnificent coastal road, lined by lemon trees, vineyards and dramatic rocks and quaint villages. This is the Amalfi Coast.

Rugged Coast Road

Book a hotel on the Amalfi Coast and enjoy a rugged coastal area, with ancient ruins, towns, villages and vineyards crowning the rocks. Villas and churches sit on cliffs, beside sheer drops straight into the sea. Travel the coastal roads and round every bend on the 45-kilometer coastal road you’ll encounter yet another spectacular view.

The Amalfi Coast has enjoyed a reputation as an exclusive residence for the wealthy and famous. As such, you will find exclusive bars, restaurants and Amalfi Coast hotels, but that doesn’t mean the area doesn’t cater for the budget traveller too, with plenty of charming bed & breakfasts on offer.

The Amalfi Coast’s Beautiful Beaches

For most visitors relaxation is at the top of the list. The beaches are narrow, popular and often very busy. The coastline is dotted with small coves, which are usually difficult to reach from land, but are great to explore by boat.

Along the coastline there are many hiking trails to be followed, where you can explore the region’s unique nature. One of the most popular and least strenuous is the "Path of the Gods' - all you need is a good pair of walking shoes!

Where to Stay on the Amalfi Coast

Want some natural beauty with a little less effort? Then the gardens of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo are perfect. Stroll leisurely through the terraced gardens, which have been constructed high above the sea. The gardens are filled with thousands of flowers and offer beautiful views of the coastline below.

Italy is a great location for a beach hotel. If you like beach hotels in Amalfi then you're sure to love our cheap beach hotels in Sorrento or our Capri beach hotels. Book with Expedia and find out why for yourself.

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