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Price and Availability Index in Amalfi Coast
Holiday Letting Price Information on the Amalfi Coast
In the above graph, you can see Amalfi Coast is most expensive in August (03/08 - 10/08), when prices are on average £170 a night. Prices decrease during one week of January (05/01 - 12/01), when average prices are £122.
Holiday Home Availability Information on the Amalfi Coast
Check how busy Amalfi Coast is with our availability graph. In December (22/12 - 29/12), only 55 are available. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in October (19/10 - 26/10), when 86 of the rentals are still available.
The Weather on the Amalfi Coast
Above is a climate diagram for Amalfi Coast. August is the warmest month on the Amalfi Coast, with average daily maximum temperatures of 33°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is July.
Heartening Amalfi Coast holiday cottages
A train hop from Naples, the Amalfi Coast welcomes visitors with sunny apartments, hidden houses in private gardens with lemon trees, and luxurious villas with views of the sea and the surrounding mountains. Sunbathe on the terrace, walk around the village, and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of southern Italy.
Food heaven with a view
Being in Italy, this region offers faultless cuisine. Sample it at street corner cafés. pizzerias, local trattorias, and high-end restaurants. Whereas breakfast is light, lunch is usually more involved at the local trattorias. In the late afternoon, have a rice ball ('arancini') to temper your hunger until dinner. The finest restaurants with the most amazing views are Zass in Positano, which offers inventive twists on traditional cuisine, and sophisticated Rossellini’s in Ravello.
Ceramics and antiquities
The Amalfi Coast has some of the best-preserved antique ruins. Take a day trip to Paestum to visit the Temple of Poseidon, or to Pompeii to wander through the vast time capsule that is the old city. See ancient cathedrals such as the Duomo di Sant'Andrea in Amalfi, the Duomo di Ravello, and the Chiesa di Santa Maria in Positano. In Vietri Sul Mare and Positano, you can find extraordinary ceramic shops and view this ancient art of the coast.
Between the sea and the mountains
From your Amalfi Coast accommodations, visit the shore at your own pace with a rented car. Whereas there are many popular destinations, such as Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, smaller, less-known towns are also full of secret viewpoints and picturesque corners. The best hikes from the coast into the mountains start around Positano and Amalfi. Some of the most popular hikes are through Il Vallone delle Ferriere, which takes you near Ravello, and Il Sentiero degli Dei, which ends with a wonderful view of Positano.
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