Amalfi Coast & Pontine Islands
The Amalfi Coast & Pontine Islands is a stunning coastline and a UNESCO World Heritage site made of dozens of enchanting towns, coves and cliffs south of the Bay of Naples, which is best explored by boat. It is home to some of Italy’s finest restaurants.
POSITANO is scenic and exclusive and represents the ideal postcard of the Amalfi Coast, with its myriad of colorful houses overlooking the sea, its steep streets and stairways and elegant restaurants.
CAPRI is probably the most famous island in Italy with its impressive cliffs rising majestically from an incredibly blue sea and the Blue Grotto, an unusual sea cave illuminated by an unearthly blue light. Capri is the paradise of designer shopping and filled with outstanding restaurants and sums up Italian Dolce Vita in a single destination.
ISCHIA is the largest island of the Gulf of Naples with its Aragonese castle, symbol of the island, majestically overlooking the historic port.
PROCIDA has a traditional charm with colorful fishermen’s villages. Perpetually overshadowed by the neighboring islands of Ischia and Capri, Procida is the smallest of the three islands and the best-kept secret.
PONZA is a charming island peppered with cafes and trattorias, away from the nightlife, shops and pressing luxury of the Amalfi Coast and the more touristic islands of the Bay of Naples. Ponza is Italy’s most under-the-radar, gloriously retro summer island with turquoise waters, the secret escape of Romans in the know.