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Sarah's Travel Guide To The Amalfi Coast, Italy

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sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

WHERE TO STAY:

Casa Angelina
Overlooking the Amalfi Coast and crystal clear Mediterranean, Casa Angelina is the perfect place to stay for your Italian holiday. The beautiful aesthetic is described as “modern minimalism” and the understated design ethos makes sure you feel instantly relaxed from the moment you arrive. The boutique 39-room hotel encourages their guests to enjoy long days and easy lingering evenings. It is an instant reset in every way possible and there couldn’t be a more beautiful backdrop to wake up to every morning.

sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

WHAT TO EAT:
Belvedere Restaurant in the Belmond Caruso Hotel
Located in the highest point of Ravello,The Belvedere Restaurant specializes in a selection of fresh, local Mediterranaean dishes where Chef Mimmo di Raffaele presents beautifully presented dishes. Fantastic view, a mouth watering menu and excellent service, this is a must to visit.

WHAT TO EXPLORE:

sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

Amalfi Coastline
It’s difficult to not fall in love with the Amalfi Coastline. The stretch along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula is filled with small beaches, pastel colored villages and jaw dropping views. The perfect place to close your eyes and soak up the sunshine.


sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

Positano
Right on the southern tip of the Amalfi Coast, you might recognize the cliffside village of Positano from Under The Tuscan Sun. If you are visiting, you should make sure to see the church of Santa Maria Assunta and the Marina Grande beach which is the most recognized beach in town at the base of the cliff side.

sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

Ravello
The hilltop town of Ravello proper is not accessible by car which makes it a great spot for a leisurely day of walking and exploring. Because the town is so small, it’s great if you are looking for a quieter experience.


sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

Villa Crimbrone
Hotel Villa Cimbrone is a 12th century hotel nestled in Ravello that offers expansive gardens and dramatic views. Most notably famous for the Terrace of Infinity, you’re able to see an outline of the Cilento Mountains. It really is like a real life postcard.

sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide
sarah flint amalfi coast travel guide

Boat Tour
You can’t go to Amalfi Coast without spending some time on the water, and we were lucky enough to have our factory owners treat us to a boating day! We left from Salerno and stopped in Positano for lunch on the beach. The day was filled with swimming, rose, and laughter. The perfect end to our trip!

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