Amalfi Coast things to do

By Jan Fuscoe, your Amalfi Coast expert

I write for DK Eyewitness, Fodor's Guide to London, .... Read more

Sort by

Javascript is required to view this map.
#2/3
expert-rated things to do in Amalfi Coast
Expert overall rating:4.4 (out of 5)

Discover Positano's secret(ish) beach.

Read full expert review

Museo della Carta

Price guide: Budget
#3/3
expert-rated things to do in Amalfi Coast
Expert overall rating:4.2 (out of 5)

Learn the history of paper, and treat yourself to some handmade sheets.

Read full expert review
Showing 2 results
Set focus

There's no shortage of ways to spend your time on the Amalfi Coast but by far the best ones are those that allow you to enjoy the fabulous views… coastal or mountain walks, lunch at a café or bar that overlooks the sea, a boat trip around the little coves where you can drop anchor at a beach that takes your fancy. Taking in a classical concert at one of the Villas (Capri's Michele, Ravello's Villa Cimbrone or Villa Rufolo, or Ischia's La Mortella) is an ideal way of combining a sightseeing trip with some cultural entertainment. 

How I’ve picked my things to do: 

I've included all the don't miss places, such as Amalfi's Duomo and Ravello's Villa Cimbrone or Villa Rufolo, as well as some less obvious places that are really worth seeing, such as Il Fiordo at Furore, or Positano's lovely Il Fornillo beach (Spiaggia del Fornillo).

I've also tried to include a few places that will give any visitor an opportunity to find out more about this very special area… such as its great importance as a paper-making centre (Museo della Carta).

Set focus

I've included all the don't miss places, such as Amalfi's Duomo and Ravello's Villa Cimbrone or Villa Rufolo, as well as some less obvious places that are really worth seeing, such as Il Fiordo at Furore, or Positano's lovely Il Fornillo beach (Spiaggia del Fornillo).

I've also tried to include a few places that will give any visitor an opportunity to find out more about this very special area… such as its great importance as a paper-making centre (Museo della Carta).