2Spread across 50-kilometers on the Sorrentine Peninsula of Italy, Amalfi Coast has become a major tourist destination. The rugged shoreline of the place with plenty of small, beautiful beaches and sheer cliffs is a paradise for the visitors. The place is very popular for its quaint villages and cultural and natural wonders. Abundance of resources, natural beauty, and kind climate has attracted millions of people to the coast for several centuries. Romans, Greek, Saracens, Normans, and Arab-Sicilians have all left their mark here.
If you are searching for a coastline destination for your next holiday, Amalfi Coast is where you should be. The Sorrento town, Positano houses, Praiano, Amalfi town, Ravello, Cetara, Maiori, Grotta dello Smeraldo Cave, Centro Storico of Salerno and Valle delle Ferriere are some of the top places one should visit here. If you want to experience the natural beauty of the northern coast, there is also a train ride between Naples and Sorrento. If you love water, you can also find several boat tours which would allow you to see the vast section of this coast.
While you don’t always get to pick your holiday days as you like them, if you do get the option, prefer visiting the Amalfi Coast between April and June. The place is heavily crowded between July and August and mostly around the end of the year. The place experiences a Mediterranean climate and neither the summers nor winters are too extreme. It starts raining in the month of September and the season lasts until January. If you want to enjoy the coastline, this might not be the best time to visit Amalfi Coast.