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Price and Availability Index Amalfi
Holiday Letting Price Information in Amalfi
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Amalfi. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in August (25/08 - 01/09), where prices hit an average of £153 a night. In January (26/01 - 02/02), prices will hit an average low of £113 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Amalfi
Check how busy Amalfi is with our availability graph. The week with the least available rentals is in August (25/08 - 01/09), with only 35% of the rentals available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of October (27/10 - 03/11), as only 18% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in Amalfi
Find the Amalfi climate diagram. August is the warmest month of the year in Amalfi with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 30°. However, temperatures can go lower than 8° in Amalfi in January. The month of July has nice weather with only 2 rainy days.
Forget the mundane in enchanting Amalfi with lovely holiday lettings
A beautiful commune and town in Italian province of Salerno, Amalfi has a picturesque location amid coastal scenery and steep cliffs. Its breathtaking beauty was just one of the reasons why it was a popular holiday destination for British aristocrats in the 1920s-1930s.
Although not large in size, Amalfi is a major town on the Amalfi Coast and also features on the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. There are many charming holiday lettings available from a villa on the beautiful coast to self-catering apartments and luxury holiday lettings in the town of Amalfi.
Where and what to eat in Amalfi
Fresh seafood, traditional Italian pasta dishes, an excellent wine list and amazing views make the family-run Marina Grande a must-visit restaurant in Amalfi.
If you are a pizza lover, visit Donna Stella which is considered by many to be the town’s best pizzeria. Tuck into a delicious pizza as you unwind on the patio surrounded by lemon trees.
Climate: When to plan your Amalfi visit
With the beaches being a top attraction, Amalfi gets a lot of visitors in summer and particularly in August, when Italians from other places arrive for family holidays. Being a coastal area, summers can be quite hot and humid.
If you want to beat the rush, May to June or September to October are the best times for a holiday in Amalfi. The temperature is more pleasant during these months and you can also get holiday lettings at a cheaper price.
Amalfi sights to explore
A majestic structure featuring various architectural styles, Amalfi Cathedral dates back to the 9th Century. Don't miss the magnificent flight of stairs, the relics of Apostle Saint Andrew and the old basilica.
Valle delle Ferriere
Gushing waterfalls, lovely streams and lush wooded areas make this route a hiker’s delight and a must-visit attraction in Amalfi. There are also several species of plants in this unique ecosystem.
Museo della Carta
For art and history lovers this museum has an unusual theme that is sure to interest them—that of the history of paper. Housed inside a 13th Century paper mill, the Paper Museum has well preserved paper presses and sells handmade stationary in its gift shop.
Cloister of Paradise
Situated close to the Amalfi Cathedral, the Chiostro del Paradiso features historic Moorish-style cloisters with ancient mosaics, marble columns and murals.
Valley of the Mills
Another excellent coastal walk, the Valle dei Mulini trail starts in the town’s centre and features lemon groves, old paper mills, waterfalls and the Canneto River along its route. Add an authentic touch to your hike with a refreshing glass of Limoncello.
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