An Indispensable Travel Guide to the Amalfi Coast

Beach of Positano - Amalfi Coast

An Indispensable Travel Guide to the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous and stunning places of Italy! This stretch of coastline is located in the south of Italy close to Naples. Here is an indispensable travel guide to the beautiful Amalfi Coast, with all the things you need to know before your trip!

I traveled to the Amalfi Coast at the end of September 2020 for the first time and it was amazing! But there are many things I wish I knew before to go there. I am answering here all the questions you may have before your visit. And I am giving you tips for a perfect trip to the Amalfi Coast!

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I want to be fully honest with you in this travel guide to the Amalfi Coast… So let me start by admitting that I never really dreamed about the Amalfi Coast! Yes I have seen countless of beautiful pictures of this place! But I heard so many bad feedbacks about people saying it’s overpriced and overrated, especially Positano, that it never attracted me. I was not sure if the Amalfi Coast was worth the hype. Therefore I didn’t want to come here during my 2 weeks trip to Italy. But it just happened to be on the way, so I decided to give it a try. And… I loved it! Because there were not many tourists, it was a real pleasure to enjoy this place!

The Amalfi Coast is in fact really beautiful! On the one hand, the coastline is stunning: the pristine turquoise waters meeting with the mountains offers a wonderful scenery! On the other hand, the villages in the Amalfi Coast have a lot of charm! They are full of colors, filled with lovely corners and offer breathtaking views! As a consequence, since 1997 the Amalfi Coast is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site! This explains why it’s so popular and why you should visit it! The Amalfi Coast is totally worth the hype, but better to choose wisely when to visit it if you want to enjoy it to the fullest. Check out the next paragraph to get an answer to that question!

What is the best time of year to visit the Amalfi Coast?

If you really want to enjoy the Amalfi Coast, better to avoid the crowds! The Amalfi Coast being such a popular tourist destination, it can get very busy in summer. I discussed about it with friends who visited at this time of year. They actually told me it was a nightmare, especially to move around. It totally wasted their experience.

I had the opportunity to visit at the end of September in this very special year 2020 and it was very quiet and pleasant! Here are some of the benefits:

  • I didn’t have traffic on the road,
  • It was easy to find a parking spot,
  • I managed to find a good deal for my accommodation
  • I could go to any places I wanted to eat or drink
  • The towns were not crowded


That’s why in this travel guide I would recommend you visit the Amalfi Coast in Spring or Fall rather than in summer! If you come during high season, be ready to face some complications!

Is the Amalfi Coast really expensive?

Travelling in Italy can be quite affordable but a lot less in the Amalfi Coast. That’s why I really want to talk about the cost of travel in this guide to the Amalfi Coast. This area being very touristy and coveted, the prices are in general twice or three times more expensive than in the rest of Italy. This is valid not only for accommodation, but also for restaurants and parking. But it’s still possible to find some good deals, especially if you travel there out of the high season.

Prices for meals

Here is the price I paid for my meals in the Amalfi Coast:

  • Breakfast to take away in a cafe: 4€.
  • Breakfast in a nice cafe: 13€.
  • Pizza to take away: 5€.
  • Lunch or dinner a bistro: 12€ for a meal, a glass of wine and a dessert.
  • Pasta in a nice restaurant: 13 to 17€.
  • Lunch or dinner in a nice restaurant: 30€ for pasta, cocktail and dessert.

Prices for the accomodation

Here is the price I paid for the accommodation. You can also check the paragraph about ‘Where to stay in the Amalfi Coast’ for more info about these places.

  • Apartment in Minori for 103€ for 2 nights (booked last minute at the end of September – it was cheaper than usual).
  • Hotel room with a view in Positano for 130€ for 1 night (last minute at the end of September – it was cheaper than usual).

Prices for parking

Here is the price I paid for parking in the Amalfi Coast:

  • 3€/h in Minori – we paid 10 euros for 24h in September (the price for locals) via our accommodation. They gave us an official local paper to leave in our car.
  • 5€/h in Amalfi.
  • 30€ for 24h in Positano in Parcheggio di Gennaro.

How to get to the Amalfi Coast?

There are a few different ways to get to the Amalfi Coast, via Naples, Salerno and Sorrento.

The closest International airport from the Amalfi Coast is in Naples. Otherwise you can land in Rome and take a train to get closer (to Naples, Salerno or Sorrento). The second version via Rome is cheaper.

From Naples you can:

  • Rent a car,
  • Take the train to Salerno (to reach Amalfi, Ravello, Minori, or Maiori) or Sorrento (to reach Positano and Praiano),
  • As well as take a bus to Salerno or Sorrento (around 7€),
  • You can take a ferry to Positano, Amalfi or Sorrento (around 12€),
  • Or take a taxi or a private transfer (this is the most expensive option: count about 120 to 150€ one-way).

You can choose the best option depending on your budget and how independent you want to be!

How is driving on the Amalfi Coast?

This is one of the questions that bothered me before travelling to the Amalfi Coast: is it complicated to drive there? Although I am used to drive, I just don’t like to drive in dangerous places or where other people are driving crazy. Therefore, I really have to tell you all about it in this indispensable guide for the Amalfi Coast!

You have to know that there is only one winding road along the coastline leading to all the different villages: the road 163 “Amalfitana”. This road offers you stunning views of the coastline! But it’s rather narrow, it has only one lane in each direction, and there is constant traffic on it. You will cross path with cars driving very fast, coaches, but also motorbikes, scooters and cyclists. Many of them are overtaking on blind bends which will increase the danger. Moreover, if you visit during high season, many cars are parked on the side of the road as there are no more parking spots in the different towns. Given this context you can imagine how stressful it is to drive here! The towns in the Amalfi Coast are not far from each other but it can take you hours to go from one to another in summer! For that reason, it’s better to avoid pick hours or you will get stuck on the road in your car under the hot sun for ages!

My experience with driving on the Amalfi Coast

As I was visiting at the end of September 2020 there was not many people on those roads, and it was fine most of the time. Although at some point we got in a situation with 2 coaches having to cross path in a bend with us in the middle of it. It took some time for this mess to get solved and it was quite frightening!

I heard many people complaining about scrapes on their car after driving in this area: that could be problematic if you are renting the car (especially because Italian rental agency are NOT complacent AT ALL, believe my experience!).

In any case, I can only recommend you drive here with extreme caution!

Nevertheless, if you have the opportunity to drive there when the traffic is not intense you will enjoy the view! There are places with viewpoints where you can pull over on the side of the road to be able admire more of the landscapes. Those are great places to take some photos!

Parking on the Amalfi Coast

If you consider driving on the Amalfi Coast you also need to consider parking. The villages on the Amalfi coast are vertically developed which causes more difficulties to park. You will find a few parking lots in all the towns but there is not enough space to allow everyone to park in high season. I know some people who had to give up on visiting Positano because it was too busy, and they couldn’t park.

How to move around on the Amalfi Coast without driving a car

If you don’t want to take the car to move around, you can use a motorbike or a scooter. This will allow you to avoid traffic jams! And – great news – parking is almost always free for two-wheeled vehicles!

You can also take the bus to commute in between the villages. Be aware that the buses also get crowded in high season.

Finally, you can pay for a taxi to drive you around, but this will be super expensive.

Which places to visit on the Amalfi Coast?

There are a few beautiful villages to visit on the Amalfi Coast. In this travel guide to the Amalfi Coast I am giving you a list of the most important ones from West to East. Then you can decide which places you want to visit!


Sorrento is the easiest town to reach in the Amalfi Coast. It’s the best place to stay if you want to take day trips to Naples and Pompeii and the rest of the Amalfi Coast. Sorrento having such a strategic location, it can get very crowded in summer.


No need to introduce this iconic town, Positano is the most famous of all! With its pastel houses, sheer cliffs, and sandy beach, this place is stunning, hence very popular! It’s especially frequented by a wealthy and glamourous crowd. Positano is the most expensive village on the coast.


Between Positano and Amalfi, Praiano is a very romantic tiny village offering fantastic views, a sunny beach, and a great base for hikers (for the trail called the Sentiero degli Dei).


Amalfi is the second most popular town after Positano and it’s also the largest and the most historic one along the coast. In the piazza del Duomo, the main square, you can enjoy the elegant cafes and shops and the stunning cathedral. The architecture here is influenced by the Byzantine style. There is also a beach in Amalfi.


You will find Atrani right close by Amalfi, their beaches are even connected to each other! This well-preserved fishing village is the smallest village on the Amalfi Coast.


With its ideal location atop a hill overlooking the sea, Ravello is a gem in the Amalfi Coast. The town’s luxurious villas offer breathtaking panoramic views of the whole coastline. The only disadvantage is that you are not directly on the beach.


The village of Minori has a more laid-back atmosphere then the previous towns and is less crowded. You will find here a nice little sandy beach and is a hot spot for fresh pasta!


Although a little less charming because it’s more modern, Maiori offers the biggest sandy beach on the Amalfi Coast and it’s less expensive than the others.

How many days to spend on the Amalfi Coast?

As you can see after reading the list of all the villages on the Amalfi Coast, there are many places to visit here!

I would recommend a minimum of 3 days to visit this beautiful Amalfi Coast with at least a day trip to Positano (if you are not staying there).

It’s possible to do it in 2 days but in that case better to stay in only one city as you will lose a lot of time in going from one place to another – especially if you travel during summer.

I think 5 days is ideal to enjoy the whole area and visiting a few of the villages without rushing!

Where to stay on the Amalfi Coast?

Now that you have read the list of all the villages with their assets, you might already have an idea about where you should stay. Let me add some info in this travel guide to the Amalfi Coast to help in your decision!

Positano is definitely the most expensive village on the Amalfi Coast. But it’s so beautiful that it’s worth to stay at least one night! Precisely because not everyone can afford to stay here, most of the tourists are leaving at the end of the afternoon. Therefore, if you stay there for the night, you will enjoy this glamorous place in a more intimate atmosphere!

The cheapest villages on the Amalfi Coast are Sorrento, Minori and Maiori. If you want to visit the Amalfi Coast but are on a budget, I would recommend you stay in those places.

Depending on where you stay you can take a day trip to the other villages on the Amalfi Coast, do a boat tour or travel further to Naples or Pompeii.

When I visited the Amalfi Coast, I stayed in Minori for 2 days and 2 nights and stayed in Positano for 1 day and 1 night. I was glad I stayed at least one night in Positano! It gave me the opportunity to get the vibes of this unique place and I had the time to enjoy the beach and to wander in the village!

Recommendations of places to stay on the Amalfi Coast

Here are some recommendations of places to stay on the Amalfi Coast.

Minori Apartment in Minori: a beautiful 70 m² apartment in the center of Minori. It can host up to 6 guests, but you can also stay there if you are less people. I booked it for 2 and it costed us only 104 € for 2 nights at the end of September. This apartment has an ideal central location, it’s big and well furnished. I enjoyed my 2 days there!

Villa Giusi in Positano: here you can get a lovely room for 2 people with a breathtaking view. Although you will have to climb some steps to get there, Villa Giusi enjoy the same view as le Sirenuse, one of the most famous luxury hotels in Positano, and you will be at the beach in less than 5-minute walk! I loved it here!

Le Sirenuse in Positano: you want to treat yourself with one of the best hotel in Positano, then Le Sirenuse should be your choice! With a killer view, a Michelin-starred restaurant, an amazing pool and more, Le Sirenuse has it all!

Looking for other ideas: check out Booking a place on the Amalfi Coast.

Dealing with stairs and steps on the Amalfi Coast

If you are planning to visit and stay in Positano (or Amalfi and Atrani), I need to give you a few extra tips regarding the stairs in this travel guide to the Amalfi Coast.

Positano is a vertical village built on the cliff, that’s the reason why it’s so beautiful (same as Amalfi and Atrani)! But that’s also the reason why it’s so complicated to walk around. To reach most of the hotels, restaurants and shops you will have to climb stairs… many stairs! It looks charming at first but walking up or down those steps can be quickly tiring, especially if you carry a luggage or a bag. That’s why the higher and further your hotel is located from the beach and the road, the cheaper it is.

The staff at your hotel or at the parking lots will propose to help carry your luggage to your destination for a fee. Take the offer, you will thank me later!

My experience with steps in Positano

Let me share my experience with you. Once I parked my car in one of the parking lot, the staff asked me if I needed help for my luggage to get to my hotel. They offered to call a guy to help me carry my stuff for 15€ per baggage.

As I was on a 2 weeks trip in Italy, I had with me a big luggage (23 kg) + 1 backpack + another bag. I was not aware of the real situation and I didn’t want to spend an extra 15€. They told me that there were around 100 steps from the parking lot to the hotel. I thought it would be hard but that I could do it…

OMG I regretted it quite quickly: I should have paid for the help! First of all, finding the hotel was not easy and I got lost on the way (which means I had to climb even more steps…). Then most of the steps are narrow and steep. My friend even broke the handle of her luggage as she was going up.

My secret tip for steps in Positano

When we arrived completely exhausted at the hotel the staff there told me they could have send someone to help for 10€ per baggage. I wish I called them to talk about this before my arrival! So I guess the guys from the parking lot were taking a commission.

As a consequence my secret tip for Positano is to ask at your hotel in advance to send help for your luggage and get a fair price. Do not overestimate your strength!

In Conclusion…

With this indispensable travel guide to the Amalfi Coast I did my best to help you prepare your trip! I hope all my tips and hints will allow you to have a perfect time on the Amalfi Coast!

If you have any remaining question, feel free to ask them in the comment section below or send me an email! I wish you amazing moments in the beautiful Amalfi Coast!

If you are looking for some other beautiful places to visit in Italy, you should totally take a look at Puglia! It’s located at only 300 km and it has so many beautiful places! Here are the 13 Best Places to visit in Puglia!

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  • Jenny
    Posted at 12:07h, 31 October Reply

    Your photos are beautiful and this article is very informative, thank you for sharing. I’d love to make it to the Amafi coast one day. I don’t think I’d like to drive there, but the scenery and beautiful towns look so amazing!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:03h, 04 November Reply

      Thank you Jenny! I am glad the article is motivating you to go to the Amalfi Coast! You will love it!

  • Holidays from Hels
    Posted at 12:44h, 31 October Reply

    Really interesting behind the scenes guide. I’ve always wanted to go here. I knew the roads could be treacherous but did not realise it was so expensive compared to the rest of Italy. Thanks for your top tips. I am forewarned and forearmed for my Positino trip when it happnens (some time soon I hope).

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:04h, 04 November Reply

      I am glad my article was useful to you, it’s better to know these things in advance!

  • Paula Martinelli
    Posted at 13:29h, 31 October Reply

    I have been to Italy a few times, but I still have Amalfi Coast on my bucket list. I am saving this for when I finally get to visit, thank you for the great and useful information here. Also, I LOVE your white dress

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:04h, 04 November Reply

      Thank you very much Paula! I hope you can make your dream to travel there come true soon!

  • Aga
    Posted at 13:36h, 31 October Reply

    Such a great, informative post, that I will be saving for my future trip to the Amalfi Coast. I’ll especially remember the tip about NOT tackling the steps with your luggage on your own:)

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:05h, 04 November Reply

      Oh yes better to know it in advance otherwise you will regret it Aga!

  • Or Amir
    Posted at 15:18h, 31 October Reply

    Your photos are flawless! I really miss Italy and this epic guide is making me even more eager to go back. Thank you for sharing!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:06h, 04 November Reply

      Thank you for the compliment Or! Italy is such an amazing country, I hope you can travel there again soon!

  • Bisola
    Posted at 15:31h, 31 October Reply

    Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous!!!! And so many helpful trips as well, I’ve heard driving there can be an extreme sport lol that makes me a little nervous but thank you for this!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:07h, 04 November Reply

      Many thanks Bisola! I hope you can find someone to drive you there and like this you won’t stress to much 🙂

  • Megan
    Posted at 15:31h, 31 October Reply

    What a beautiful place! Sounds like it’s worth the increased cost…though I don’t think I will be driving!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:08h, 04 November Reply

      The Amalfi Coast is a real gem Megan! But yes this gem has a cost in terms of driving and price…

  • Rowena Li
    Posted at 16:32h, 31 October Reply

    Ugh, I miss the sunshine, the colors, the food of Italy. Hoping a vaccine/cure/solution/etc is made soon so we can all travel again!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:08h, 04 November Reply

      I hope so too Rowena! When we love to travel it’s hard to be patient…

  • Bettina
    Posted at 16:40h, 31 October Reply

    I have always wanted to visit the Amalfi coast and now I want to go even more! I’m so surprised that it was never really on your bucket list!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:10h, 04 November Reply

      Well I have seen the photos and it looked amazing, but at the same time I have heard the feedback of people who visited saying it was overrated and too expensive… So this demotivated me!

  • Cristina
    Posted at 17:04h, 31 October Reply

    I have always dreamt of visiting the Amalfi Coast, and your blog makes me want to go there even more. I have heard of how expensive and crowded it can be, but the views and place itself are stunning. I am saving your blog for the future 🙂 I found it super helpful, and I am definitely following your advice on visiting it during spring or early autumn. I don’t like overcrowded places.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:11h, 04 November Reply

      Then definitely go there during the shoulder season Cristina! You will enjoy it even more!

  • Anita
    Posted at 20:28h, 31 October Reply

    What an awesome guide! I hope to be there someday! Thanks for the detailed information and stunning pictures!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:11h, 04 November Reply

      You are welcome Anita! I wish for you that you can go there and see how beautiful it is by yourself!

  • Sarah
    Posted at 20:34h, 31 October Reply

    The Amalfi Coast is my all-time favourite place in the world to visit. Positano is an absolute DREAM! You’re so brave for driving there haha! I could only imagine how terrifying that would be. We took the city bus down from Montepertuso two nights and I thought I was going to be sick!😂 Fantastic guide!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 19:50h, 09 November Reply

      I can say it was not easy Sarah! But good to know you enjoyed the beautiful Amalfi Coast yourself!

  • Elena Pappalardo
    Posted at 20:50h, 31 October Reply

    Love this gorgeous guide to the Amalfi Coast! This is one of my dream places, so I am definitely keeping it handy for a future trip. I love all of the details you include don the towns – I want to see them all!

  • Zoe
    Posted at 21:41h, 31 October Reply

    Lovely post and photos. It’s a really beautiful place and would love to return one day!

  • Lisa shehan
    Posted at 22:29h, 31 October Reply

    Wow, I wish I had this guide back in 2010 when I was in the Almafi Coast!! Love all the detail. I’m hoping to visit again soon when boarders open back up, so I’ll certainly save this for future reference!!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 19:49h, 09 November Reply

      I am glad you find the article and the tips helpful Lisa! I hope 2021 will be more simple for travel!

  • Kriszti
    Posted at 22:32h, 31 October Reply

    Oh the Amalfi coast looks so beautiful, I’m still dreaming of visiting it! But I didn’t know that it’s 2-3x more expensive than the rest of Italy, it’s so crazy! Thanks for sharing this guide, it was super useful and I just saved it for later. Hopefully I will be able to visit the Amalfi coast next year!

  • Krista
    Posted at 23:18h, 31 October Reply

    I haven’t been to the Amalfi Coast yet so this guide will really come in handy. So weird it’s really expensive there! We travelled a little further south to the Cilento Coast and it was very cheap and beautiful to drive around.

  • Tania M
    Posted at 23:54h, 31 October Reply

    I missed out on the Amalfi Coast when I went to Italy, but I will definitely include it next time. Lots of great tips here, especially about driving, and all the steps. I will be happy to pay for help with my luggage. Thanks for the info.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 19:48h, 09 November Reply

      I hope you can enjoy the Amalfi Coast the next time you can visit Italy Tania! At least you will be prepared 🙂

  • Julie
    Posted at 00:21h, 01 November Reply

    Your photos are so dreamy! What a beautiful place. Although I agree with you – its never been a destination I was desperate to visit because of how crowded it can get. But I’ve been more tempted to visit while tourism is down, so this guide is so helpful!

  • Rachael
    Posted at 01:15h, 01 November Reply

    Such a stunning part of the world! I e never been but could easily spend weeks here

  • kelly
    Posted at 02:29h, 01 November Reply

    As always, your photos are stunning! I have not been yet but saving this for later because I am dying ro go and this guide is so comprehensive. Thanks so much!

  • Katie
    Posted at 05:00h, 01 November Reply

    I love the Amalfi Coast! I also visited in September (but back in 2011) and it wasn’t too crowded at all then either – I think it is pretty much the perfect month to visit because it’s cooler but still hot enough to swim, and it’s after school holidays so not too many people (or kids)

  • Sam
    Posted at 06:39h, 01 November Reply

    Such a great guide! Deff a guide I could have used when I went last year! I can’t wait to go back since we only had a day trip in Positano!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:12h, 04 November Reply

      Oh yes a day trip is a bit short Sam! I also didn’t stay long in Positano so I hope we can both go back!

  • Ketki
    Posted at 07:41h, 01 November Reply

    Amalfi coast looks so gorgeous! So happy to read that you were able to travel during the pandemic year and had a great time. Your outfits and the pictures are absolutely breathtaking and I would love to visit it someday!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:13h, 04 November Reply

      Thanks a lot Ketki! Yes I am grateful for having been able to go there this year!

  • Marguerite
    Posted at 08:51h, 01 November Reply

    Great insider tips. Especially with regards to the stairs! My parents, boyfriend and I stayed at Lake Orta in the north of Italy last year, and we also had to park our car quite far from the hotel and drag our luggage up and down a number of steps to get there. So I can relate!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:14h, 04 November Reply

      Ugh it’s quite exhausting right Marguerite?! Not the way you want to start a vacation! That’s why I wanted to tell everyone!

  • Sara
    Posted at 10:01h, 01 November Reply

    I’d love to visit the Amalfi Coast someday, but the big crowds always kept me from going. But fall is generally a good time to beat the crowds in Europe 🙂 thank you for all your honest insights and opinions in this post, this will be very helpful when planning a trip!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:15h, 04 November Reply

      I am glad I have shared some of the truths that people avoid to mention Sara! I hope you can visit the Amalfi Coast and enjoy it!

  • Albi
    Posted at 10:53h, 01 November Reply

    The more I hear about the Amalfi coast, the more I need to go there. Looks really amazing, love the city on the rocks. Now I know a lot about this place and I’m ready to go!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:16h, 04 November Reply

      I am sure you will be blown away when you will be there Albi!

  • Traveler's Itch
    Posted at 11:42h, 01 November Reply

    I’ve been to Italy a few times but never to the Amalfi Coast! It’s high overdue by the looks of it 😉

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:17h, 04 November Reply

      Oh yes it’s a must to visit! You will see it’s even better in real!

  • Mikaela Musa
    Posted at 14:40h, 01 November Reply

    Your photos are gorgeous! I want to visit Italy someday, but your post makes me want go there instantly. I will sabe this helpful guide for later!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:18h, 04 November Reply

      Italy is such a beautiful country Mikaela! Many nice cities, stunning landscapes and architecture, very historical and the food is to die for! You have to go!

  • Charu
    Posted at 17:47h, 01 November Reply

    Such a great guide about the Amalfi coast, Ophélie. I love how other than the dreamy Positano and nearby popular towns, you also visited Minori and Maiori. Lesser known places are always my favourite and I loved those two so much!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:18h, 04 November Reply

      I hope to go back and spend more time there Charu! Like this I can explore more of this stunning part of Italy!

  • Lyne
    Posted at 19:56h, 03 November Reply

    What a great guide, I love your photos! I would have done the same as you and not pay 15€ for help and regret it ahah. I didn’t know it was that much more expensive than the rest of Italy, that’s insane.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:20h, 04 November Reply

      It’s really a popular and quite unique place Lyne, so I guess they are trying to leverage tourism as a great source of revenue. But I would say it’s worth to see it despite the price!

  • Kayla
    Posted at 02:16h, 20 August Reply

    I broke my foot after arriving in Naples for our honeymoon on the Amalfi Coast, the day after arriving from the US.. We decided to continue on and we stayed in Positano for 10 days while I was in a medical boot with a broken foot. We walked everywhere. If I can do it, anyone can.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 23:57h, 20 August Reply

      That’s good to know Kayla! You’re brave for having done it and it shows a great example! Thanks for sharing your testimonial 🙂

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