Italy’s beautiful and seductive Amalfi Coast is a dream sun-kissed honeymoon destination for many – and it’s easy to see why. Widely considered one of the world’s most breath-taking coastlines set in southern Italy, it is renowned for its picturesque towns perched on cliffs, spectacular coastal scenery views, picture-perfect white washed villages, countless sandy beaches leading to hidden caves and a shimmering blue Mediterranean Sea in the backdrop. There’s nowhere else quite like it in the world, as it’s a highly popular romantic destination.

With views over the stunning Mediterranean sea and that slower, coastal pace of life, the charming Amalfi Coast brings thousands of tourists each year especially in Summer to its beautiful shores including famous celebrities. Just 35 miles from the famous city of Naples, the coast itself is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is dotted with incredible forests, mountainous walks, small villages and bustling town areas, as well as once-in-a-lifetime islands like Capri, a particularly beloved spot for honeymooners.

A slower pace of life is how things go on the Amalfi Coast, with long, lingering mornings and late evening meals the preference for locals and visitors alike. There’s plenty of opportunities to spend time in the glistening ocean with an array of water sports as well as taking in the sights by boat and enjoying some romantic bliss as you explore the hidden coves. Of course, seafood, pizza and pasta are a staple of the many restaurants you can find on the streets of Positano, Sorrento and Ravello, so come evening you may want to indulge in a romantic candle-lit dinner set in a romantic location perched along the rugged cliffs.

If the Amalfi Coast is your honeymoon destination of choice, you certainly won’t be short of things to do and see. The perfect blend of nature and culture is included along the coast. So whether your preference is forest strolls, sunbathing, sailing or romantic hikes especially to the Path of the Gods, there’s something here for you. However, if you want to explore the unforgettable beautiful scenery and landscape in more depth, then driving is a wonderful way to take in the Amalfi coastline especially the route from Salerno to Sorrento with panoramic views, colourful fishing villages and vineyards along the way. As a highly tourist-friendly location, there’s plenty of opportunity for tours, classes and events that take place throughout the more popular months, as well as countless bars, Michelin-starred restaurants and the finest resorts to visit.

You are spoilt for choice with so many Cliffside villa accommodations in abundance, at Honeymoon Dreams we love the 5* adult only Le Sirenuse Hotel which is in a stunning location as it clings to a cliff overlooking the deep blue waters of the Bay of Positano on the Italian Amalfi Coast. If you’re more a fan of busy towns over small-scale life, Naples is just a short journey away – or alternatively, the gorgeous town of Sorrento has that city feel with all the fun of the sea, surf and blue skies. Ferries to the unique island of Capri are also available, offering you the opportunity to explore one of the most romantic – and photogenic places that Italy has to offer. However, if you are a history lover, the ancient Roman city of Pompeii is definitely worth a visit with remains of Roman ruins, medieval churches and mountain top castles.

As a honeymoon destination, the Amalfi Coast is second to none. Whether you enjoy city culture or you prefer the Mediterranean wilderness, this beautiful location has you covered and is well worth booking for the romantic trip of a location.

What is the currency in the Amalfi Coast?

The official currency in Amalfi Coast is the Euro.

What language is spoken in Amalfi Coast?

The official language of Amalfi Coast is Italian. However, most shop employees and hospitality staff can speak English.

How long does it take to fly to the Amalfi Coast?

Flights from London fly direct to Naples International in just two hours and 40 minutes.

What is the time difference in Amalfi Coast?

Amalfi Coast is 1 hour ahead of London.

When is the best time to visit Amalfi Coast?

The best time to visit the scenic Amalfi Coast on your honeymoon is from April to October, when the weather is warm, sunny and pleasant. If you are planning on swimming then sea temperatures are perfect from June to October. You can avoid the tourist crowds of July and August if you choose to travel in late spring and early summer too. From late October until Easter week, lots of local restaurants, shops, attractions and hotels close for the season. Overall, Amalfi Coast has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters.

Do I need a visa to visit Amalfi Coast?

If you hold a British Passport you don’t need a visa to enter Amalfi Coast. For up-to-date travel entry advice to Italy, please visit the FCo website here.

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The 5* adult only Le Sirenuse Hotel is where dreams are made with luxurious rooms, spectacular views and truly excellent service.

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Hotel Santa Caterina is elegantly positioned on the Amalfi coast, with sweeping views of bright floral verdant and impressive Island views


As you might expect from Mediterranean Italy, the Amalfi Coast has beautiful temperature all year-round – never too hot or too cold, though you might want to take a jumper for the cooler nights. With most tourists travelling to this iconic Italian destination between July and August, any time outside those months is perfect for enjoying the sights and sounds of this incredible honeymoon destination while still getting in plenty of sun, sand and fantastic food.

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