Amalfi Coast Holidays

Explore Italy's most beautiful coastline on an Amalfi Coast holiday

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most recognisable images of Italy. This 50-kilometre-long coastline of plunging cliffs is topped with sky-scraping viewpoints. The towns step down the cliffs in a jumble of pastel houses and church domes, before fetching up at tiny harbours where you'll find some of the country's finest seafood.

What to see on an Amalfi Coast holiday

Although alike in looks, each town has its own forte. Ravello is known for its terraced gardens and clifftop summer music festival. Amalfi has a grand eighth-century cathedral, while Positano offers the Byzantine Church of Santa Maria Assunta and a great beach to relax on. 

Amalfi Coast holidays also leave you perfectly poised for exploring the rest of the region from Sorrento, Ischia and Capri to Naples, Pompeii and Vesuvius.

Discover more things to see and do in the Neapolitan Riviera.

Why book an Amalfi Coast holiday with Inghams

Your holiday is always in safe hands with us so you can relax and make the most of your time away. We go the Amalfi Coast's most popular resorts and all of our hotels are centrally located. We can also help organise your activities like walking the coastal trails or trying the local food.

  • from£802pp
  • 29 rooms
Hotel Aurora, Terrace

Hotel Aurora is a charming hotel with a great location next to Amalfi's harbour. It has incredible sea views from the furnished terrace, traditional rooms decorated with vietri floor tiles, and welcoming staff. All within walking distance of the centre of the town.

  • from£706pp
  • 67 rooms
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This beachfront hotel sits in the centre of Maiori and is a great base for exploring the towns along the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy a warm and friendly service at this family-run property. There's a reserved section for guests on Maiori's beach and a lovely pool in the gardens.

  • 15 rooms

This little family-run hotel sits on the edge of Positano and has fantastic views over the town and the sea. There's only 15 rooms so you'll feel at home as soon as you step in. Get a real sense of la dolce vita here, from relaxing each night in your traditional Neapolitan room to having breakfast on the sea view terrace. You may never want to leave.

  • 26 rooms
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Hotel Villa Fraulo is one of the most beautiful hotels in Ravello. There's plenty of history and character here with classic rooms and a gorgeous stone fireplace in the dining room. The sea views are unavoidable with private balconies overlooking the ocean and a large terrace with loungers and umbrellas. We love the location most of all though, you're just steps from the main square and all of Ravello's sights.

  • from£1108pp
Fontana Esterno 2

Hotel Fontana's right in the centre of Amalfi in Piazza Duomo. It's in the perfect position for exploring the villages of the Amalfi Coast - especially with the bus station and ferry point just steps away. Start each day with a tasty continental breakfast and end with a comfortable night sleep in the Mediterranean style rooms. 

  • from£867pp
  • 92 rooms

This place is all about the sea views and we can't get enough of them. It's high up in the cliffs above Amalfi so you get to sit back with a coffee or glass of wine on the terrace and enjoy uninterrupted views. Every room comes with a sea view balcony too. There's a free shuttle to Amalfi that makes it easy to explore, plus a pool and private beach club for when you need to relax.

  • 42 rooms

The Hotel Graal has a great spot in the centre of Ravello next to the town's main square. It's easy to get out and explore with this place as your base. At the hotel there's a nice pool in the gardens, a restaurant the serves up local specialties and comfy rooms with private balconies.

  • from£1195pp
  • 18 rooms
Ancora Main

Hotel L'Ancora has some of the best views in Positano. The panoramic terrace looks out across the colourful town and the bay. It's just a short walk to town and the beach and a great base for exploring the sights of the Neapolitan Riviera.

  • 31 rooms
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Hotel Palazzo Murat is located in the  traffic-free part of the Positano and is surrounded by lush green gardens, making it the perfect place for those wanting a relaxing break. A fantastic restaurant serves up fresh Neapolitan cuisine and you can spend your days chilling by the pool and enjoy the sea views.


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Pompeii & Vesuvius from £45 per person (full day)

Enjoy the views as you're driven along the stunning Amalfi coast to your first stop, Pompeii. Join a guide to learn about the ancient city and then make your way to the top of Mount Vesuvius, the only active volcano on mainland Europe. You'll be dropped off to make the final accent to the summit on foot where you'll have the best views of the Bay of Naples and Pompeii below.

Departs: Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from May to October

Price departing from: Amalfi, Maiori or Minori from £45pp, Positano from £63pp or Ravello from £56pp - entrance fees (approx. €26.50pp) and lunch are payable locally

Pompeii & Herculaneum from £57 per person (full day)

Spend a day exploring the UNESCO protected Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum. You'll have an expert guide to lead you through the well-preserved towns. There's lots of walking on this excursion so it may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. 

Departs: Sundays from May to October

Price departing from: Amalfi, Maiori or Minori from £57pp, Positano from £74pp or Ravello from £67pp - entrance fees (approx. €29.50pp) and lunch are payable locally. 

Pompeii from £39 per person (half day)

Walk through the ancient streets of the once-thriving Roman town of Pompeii. See the roman baths, forums and villas built by the prosperous Romans and the well-preserved frescoes. 

Departs: Tue & Sat from 01 May - 31 Oct

Price departing from: Amalfi, Maiori or Minori from £39pp, Positano from £57pp or Ravello from £50pp - entrance fees (approx. €16.50pp) are payable locally

Capri & Anacapri from £74 per person (full day)

Enjoy a full day on the glamorous island of Capri – a must do for anyone visiting the Neapolitan Riviera. You’ll enjoy time in Capri Town where you can relax with a coffee in the piazza, watch the handy work of the sandal makers and shop in the designer boutiques. The next stop is Anacapri where you can admire some of the best views on the island. There's also an optional visit to Villa San Michele and Caesar Augustus Gardens.

Departs: Wednesdays from 01 May - 31 Oct

Price departing from: Amalfi or Positano from £74pp, Ravello from £84pp or Maiori or Minori from £83pp - entrance fees (approx. €9pp) and lunch are payable locally

Cruise to Positano from £39 per person (half day)

Take a leisurely tour along the Amalfi Coast to Positano. On the way you’ll visit Emerald Grotto, where sunlight reflects against the rocks making the water appear a striking green blue colour. Once you reach Positano you’ll have some free time to explore the lanes, browse the boutiques, enjoy a drink from one of the little cafés or simply relax on the sandy beach.

Departs: Thursdays from 01 May - 31 Oct

Price departing from: Amalfi, Maiori or Minori from £39pp - entrance fees (approx. €5pp) are payable locally

Private excursions

The above excursions are all available on a private basis, meaning you can enjoy visiting the attractions with just your friends or family. Please call our reservations team for more information including prices and to book.

We act at all times as a selling agent for the suppliers. All excursions require minimum numbers to run and are subject to change. Some excursions may not be available to pre-book in low season but may be available to book locally subject to numbers. Prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. Please see our terms & conditions.

Things To Do

Things to see and do

The Amalfi Coast isn't all boat trips and leisurely lunches by the sea. This region of Italy has tonnes of history to explore and each of the towns offers something new to see. Some of our favourite things to do here are:

  • Pompeii & Herculaneum: These Roman towns were destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in a devastating eruption in 79 AD, burying them in the heavy volcanic ash that helped preserve them for centuries. Take a guided tour to learn all about them.
  • Paestum: Once one of Italy’s biggest ancient Greek cities, Paestum is now an archaeological site with well-preserved Greek temples and is a couple of hours drive from the Amalfi Coast. Make sure to stop at an authentic mozzarella farm along the way, too.
  • Explore the Coast: The towns along the Amalfi Coast are easily explored by local buses and boats. Hop on a boat at Amalfi and visit beautiful towns like Positano and Maiori or sit back and enjoy the views from the road on the way to Ravello.
  • Visit Sorrento: This bustling town has plenty to do. Sip coffee in Piazza Tasso, head down to the marina for a seafood lunch and browse the artisan shops.
  • See Capri: Sail across to Capri for the day - one of our favourite Italian islands. We love the towns where you can shop in designer stores and eat in family-run restaurants. Head for Anacapri for the best sea views.

Food & drink

Italian food doesn't get much better than on the Amalfi Coast. Expect fresh seafood, light salads and home-made pasta. Mozzarella is big here, it's produced in Campania and the caprese salads are a must-have. We love washing everything down with a limoncello after. 


Keen hikers will love the Amalfi Coast. There's some great trails that head up the cliffs where you're rewarded with uninterrupted sea views. They'll take you away from the tourist bustle and past family farms and lemon groves. The Footpath of the Gods is probably the most famous. It starts just a short bus ride from Amalfi and runs for four miles.

Good to know

  • One of the best ways to move around the Amalfi Coast is by boat. The Travelmar Ferry will connect you with the ports in Positano, Amalfi, Minori, Maiori and Salerno
  • Walk ‘The Path of the Gods’ an ancient mule trail that passes through the towns and villages of the Amalfi Coast
  • Ravello festival takes place from April to October each year, when the ancient town lives up to its name as 'the city of music’ with a series of concerts and events
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