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Beautiful Amalfi Coast villas

With its picture-perfect towns perched high above the glittering Tyrrhenian Sea, sumptuous Italian cuisine, and rich history, it’s little wonder that the Amalfi Coast is one the most enduring popular vacation destinations in Italy. Wander the charming streets of Positano or Capri, explore the gritty, urban, vibrant city of Naples, or enjoy a glamorous day at the seaside on the Amalfi Coast’s numerous beaches.

Whether you’re embarking on a relaxing beach vacation or relishing the famous romanticism of the region, ensure that you have somewhere spectacular to stay on your Amalfi Coast vacation. We have a beautiful range of stunning villas in the region’s most breathtaking destinations. Plenty of our sumptuous homes nestled high on cliff-tops offer sprawling ocean views and infinity pools where you can take in the blazing sunset.

Not only do you have ample opportunity to enjoy a vacation within simply unforgettable surroundings and utterly resplendent interiors, but our properties are also located close to tourism hotspots, so you are never far from the action.

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Long term rentals in Amalfi Coast, Italy

The Amalfi Coast is a dreamy destination, perfect to wile away long afternoons and to spend lazy mornings sipping coffee in quaint cafes, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of medieval streets. If you can imagine yourself there, why leave so soon? If you want to stay in the Amalfi Coast for longer than a few weeks, then consider finding a stunning long term rental vacation villa, where you can truly get to know this gorgeous part of the world and soak in the carefree atmosphere of the coastal towns, and open air of the ocean.

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Amalfi Coast villa rentals with pool

Enjoy an extra luxurious experience in our Amalfi Coast villas for rent with pools. In stunning locations overlooking the beautiful tumbling towns of the region and the sunlit waters of the Tyhrennian Sea, these vacation rentals certainly have the wow factor. Pools are simple and elegant, in keeping with the traditional design of Amalfi Coast villas, and offer the perfect places to relax, unwind and cool off after a day spent exploring the sights. In
fact, the pools are so exquisite, you may not even be able to bring yourself to
leave the shimmering waters. 


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Amalfi Coast villa rentals with chef

When in Italy, you absolutely have to try the local cuisine. But what do you do when you love your vacation villa, so much that you can't bring yourself to leave in order to sample the local restaurants? With our Amalfi Coast villa rentals with chef, you don't need to go anywhere. A proffesional will come to your home and whip up a storm, so you can enjoy all the culinary delights of Italy while taking in the endless view of the ocean from your decadent vacation home.

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Where is the Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast is in the south of Italy, around 32 miles (50 km) south of Naples. It encompasses the Sorrentine Peninsula and 13 towns and villages.

How can I get from Rome to the Amalfi Coast?

The Italian capital is 179 miles from the Amalfi Coast. By car, it takes approximately 3 hours to drive from Rome to the Amalfi Coast. You can also take a train and taxi combination, which will take around 1 hour 39 minutes and costs from $61.

What is there to do in the Amalfi Coast?

Pottering around the charming tumbledown towns on the Amalfi Coast is by far the most iconic thing to do in the region, but it is far from the only attraction on offer. There are plenty of beaches to enjoy, and boat tours along the magnificent coastline for those who want to see things from a different angle. The region’s tragic yet fascinating history is on display at Pompeii and Herculaneum, and the gorgeous Sorrento is the place to be for shopping.

Do you need a car in Amalfi Coast?

It is not necessary to have a car to get around the Amalfi Coast, but many people choose to rent one to experience one of Europe’s most beautiful drives for themselves. If you'd rather sit back and let someone else take the wheel, there is a bus network that runs between towns and villages in the region, and boat shuttles between the most popular places.

What cities make up the Amalfi Coast?

There are numerous cities and towns that make up the Amalfi Coast, offering different experiences and a fantastic choice, whatever your travel style. Technically, Sorrento, Salerno, and Naples, although some of the most famous cities in the region, do not make up the UNESCO heritage site that is the Amalfi Coast. The 13 towns that hold that honor are; Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca Dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Scala, Tramonti and Vietri Sul Mare.

What food is the Amalfi Coast known for?

No vacation to Italy would be complete without some incredible food. The Amalfi Coast is in the Campania region, known for fresh, handmade pasta, creamy mozzarella, local tomatoes, and fresh-off-the-boat seafood. A classic regional dish is Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina, made from just four deliciously fresh ingredients; gnocchi, tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil. The Amalfi Coast’s favorite tipple is local limoncello, made from the fragrant citrus fruit that the area is famous for.

How long is the Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast is 37 miles (60 km) long.

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