Once you've left Naples, you'll find that your nightlife options are more sedate and mostly limited to eating and drinking at a lovely rooftop bar or restaurant and watching the sun go down over a twinkling sea, rather than dancing til dawn (unless you've chosen to visit Capri, that is). This is clearly no bad thing (and see my Neapolitan Riviera Cafés and Restaurants to find out why).
However, rumours abound that the most famous nightclub on the Amalfi Coast – the Africana – may re-open in the not too distant future. One of its best features is the fact that it clings to the side of the cliff right over the sea and, thanks to glass port-holes in the dancefloor, you can see the waves crashing below while you dance. I'll keep you posted on that one.
While we wait for that, for serious clubbing, you'll need to head back towards Naples (see Naples nightlife).
If, however, you like your music a little more sedate then you should look out for the music festivals that take place along the coast throughout the year. For more advice on these, and other general nightlife information along the riviera, see: Sorrento nightlife, Amalfi Coast nightlife and Capri nightlife.