On a launch approaching the Amalfi peninsula from the Bay of Naples, you face a startling sight—like oversize rock climbers, gleaming villas cling with no visible foothold to the sheer cliffs. You have to ask yourself how…why? But when you swing open the shutters in your cliffside hotel room, the jaw-dropping view is all the answer you need. Situated on the “ankle” of the Italian boot, Amalfi has a balmy climate. Orange trees line village streets. Breezy seaside footpaths around Ravello and Positano encourage a nice slow pace perfect for absorbing the atmosphere. We enjoy scenic coastal walks on the glorious island of Capri—one of our favorite places in Italy. We make time for Pompeii. And unlike most visitors, you’ll see Amalfi in the best way—in the company of an Italian friend who knows the ins and outs of life on the edge of the sea.
|Dec 29, 2019-Jan 3, 2020||$5295.00||$1195.00|
|Dec 29, 2020-Jan 3, 2021||$5395.00||$1195.00|
Built in 1882, the Grand Hotel Vesuvio is centrally located on the waterfront, overlooking Santa Lucia Harbor and the Bay of Naples. The atmosphere of an old-world hotel gracefully combines with all the modern comforts and personalized services.
Grand Hotel La Favorita is a 5-star hotel surrounded by a lush Mediterranean garden in the heart of Sorrento, walking distance from some of the town's most beautiful terraces overlooking the sea of Sorrento.
Charming Villa Gabrisa started as a vacation residence for the well-known Italian Rispoli family. The villa is now a beautiful boutique hotel where each of the lovely rooms has a balcony or terrace with breathtaking panoramic views across the sea.