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South of Rome, discover Inspirato accommodations along the famed Amalfi Coast, where a string of colorful, sun-drenched villages cling to the cliffs above the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy quintessential Amalfi Coast living at Villa Mare, a five-bedroom retreat nestled a short walk from Positano and its beaches. Here, a furnished outdoor terrace offers sweeping coastal views.
Further east, in lush Ravello, the five-star Palazzo Avino offers rooms and suites, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and complimentary shuttle service to the hotel’s exclusive beach club. And on the scenic island of Capri, the Hotel Caesar Augustus boasts panoramic views of the Bay of Naples, alongside an outdoor wellness center and double-level infinity edge pool.
Nestled along the southern shore of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, the Amalfi Coast is a picturesque stretch of colorful towns built into the cliffside above the Mediterranean Sea. With more than 28 miles of dramatic and winding coastline, pebbled beaches, and narrow stairways winding up to quaint towns, it’s easy to see why the region has been attracting travelers from all over the world for centuries. Writer John Steinbeck once described it as “a dream place that isn’t quite real.” The three most popular towns along the Amalfi Coast are Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello; each offers its own unique mix of historical attractions, spectacular views, and a taste of la dolce vita.
The isle of Capri is renowned for its rugged landscape and upscale shops. Explore the Blue Grotto, a dark sea cave that glows electric blue thanks to sunlight passing underwater from a nearby cave.
Spend a day in the town of Amalﬁ, a lively village home to an enormous 9th-century cathedral as well as the Paper Museum, tucked inside a 13th-century paper mill. Retreat to the Cloister of Paradise for a shady stroll.
Tour Pompeii, one of Europe’s most remarkable and carefully preserved archaeological sites. In 79 AD, the town and its inhabitants were frozen in time after the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
The Amalfi Coast’s Mediterranean climate makes for pleasant year-round weather. High season for the Amalfi Coast is April to June, when flowers are blooming and scores of travelers visit. The warmest temperatures (mid-80s) will occur in July and August. Early summer and early fall are the best seasons to visit if you prefer milder temperatures.
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