If you’ve never visited Italy’s Amalfi Coast, my goal by the end of this blog post, is that you’ll book your next trip there. With sun, black sand beaches, and limoncello, you’ll never forget this trip, Mediterranean style.
You can tour the beautiful island of Capri on a boat ride, and sail into the amazing Blue Grotto, which is a sea cave, in which the sun creates a blue reflection through the water that illuminates the cave. You can also visit Capri town and Anacapri, where you can ride up the chairlift to the top of Mt. Solaro to get an amazing view of the island. There is also plenty of shopping you can do in Capri, including getting your own unique pair of custom made sandals! When you’re done with all of that adventure, you can relax on the beach down by Marina Grande.
I only visited Sorrento for one night, but it was absolutely amazing. We had dinner in the Sorrento town center at Il Leone Rosso, which was an excellent restaurant with an extensive menu of local specialties at great prices! After dinner, you can head down to the English Inn, an outdoor beer garden with awesome drink specials.
Positano was my absolute favorite place. The photo opportunities here are absolutely breathtaking. You can hang out on the black sand beaches all day or shop in all of the amazing local shops. Be sure to check out Vini e Panini for delicious sandwiches, snacks, and drinks! You can take a boat tour of Positano for cliff jumping, cave swimming, and amazing pictures. Cliff jumping into the Mediterranean Sea is a must–definitely an unforgettable experience!
You will be amazed in Pompeii, looking at all of the ruins that have been preserved since the Roman era. You can look at the ruins yourself, or with a tour guide to explain everything to you. I definitely recommend Margherita Pizza for lunch – the staff was very helpful and the pizza was delicious!
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