Amalfi Coast
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Situated south of Naples, the Amalfi Coast is undoubtedly one of the world’s most romantic locations. The cobalt blue waters, enchanting coastline, rows upon rows of pastel-colored buildings, and outstanding natural beauty make it an ideal location for newlyweds to honeymoon. There are 13 towns along the Amalfi Coast, each offering a unique experience and plenty of reason to consider an Amalfi road trip – how about booking that car rental?

From the romantic streets of Ravello to the quiet and unassuming Atrani, here are four honeymoon locations to consider along the Amalfi Coast.


Hailed the jewel of the Amalfi Coast, Positano is a beautiful beach town that’s well-known for its colorful homes, rugged coastline, and exquisite restaurants. Think narrow winding roads, exciting boutiques, authentic Italian dining, and crystal-clear water. Positano is a long-time favorite honeymoon destination thanks to its romantic appeal. For outstanding views and superior service, Hotel Marincanto delivers. Built into a cliff and offering panoramic views across the Mediterranean, it doesn’t get much better than this. It’s not all lounging around and indulging in pizza and pasta (although, there’s nothing wrong with that!) Positano has plenty to explore. From quaint art galleries to walking trails and day trips to nearby islands. 


Ravello is the hidden gem of the Amalfi Coast, a secret worth keeping to yourself in hopes of retaining the calm and peaceful nature of the area. If you’re looking for a honeymoon destination that isn’t too overcrowded and teeming with tourists on every corner, Ravello might be the perfect choice for you. With its exclusive feel, Ravello is popular with celebrities and high-profile visitors. Are you looking for a honeymoon that will tantalize your taste buds? Typical flavors here on Ravello include lemons, mozzarella, cold cuts, and fresh fish. Enjoy a taste of the coast in one of the authentic eateries. 


Known as the ‘gateway to the Amalfi Coast, ’ Sorrento is one of the areas best-known towns thanks to its picturesque piazza, impressive hotels, and delicious local produce. Although not technically on the Amalfi coastline in a geographical sense, it is still a great contender. Overlooking the bay of Naples, with spectacular views of Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento enjoys a prime location – ideal for day trips and exploring further along the coast. The historic center is a major attraction for visitors; visit the fabulous Cathedral of Sorrento as well as other ancient ruins and smaller places of worship. Are you looking for an adventure-packed honeymoon? If lounging around isn’t your thing, be sure to book onto a day excursion to visit Pompeii. This fascinating archaeological site is a must-see.


This undiscovered town is just a short drive away from Amalfi. It provides a true taste of what Italy is all about. Unspoiled by mass tourism, Atrani is a beautiful, low-key destination with a population of less than 1000. Enjoy 13th-century churches, cobbled pathways, piazzas, fountains, and the freshest seafood you’ll ever have the pleasure of tasting. A far cry from the more glamorous Sorrento, Atrani is a more traditional and authentic Italian town, so don’t expect any grand hotels and endless rows of shops. Instead, watch the world go by with a glass of rosé in hand and soak up the sun on the beautiful Atrani beach

Now you know where to visit on your honeymoon, you can start planning it to ensure it is the most romantic holiday you ever go on.