Our 10 best villas in Amalfi Coast

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Villas in Amalfi Coast with private pools

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Villas in Amalfi Coast: key destinations

  • Positano

    Rent a spectacular villa in Positano, one of the best known places on the Amalfi Coast. Relax on the pebble beaches, explore the steep narrow streets and browse the cafes and designer boutiques.

  • Ravello

    Stay in Ravello and enjoy one of the most beautiful towns in the Amalfi Coast. Visit the iconic Villa Rufolo gardens, home to the world-famous Ravello Festival, or soak up the views from Villa Cimbrone.

  • Amalfi

    Our holiday villas in the town Amalfi put you at the heart of coast. See the unique Cathedral of St Andrew built in an Arabic-Norman style. Or visit Duomo Square, crowded with chic bars and restaurants.

  • Praiano

    Praiano is a quiet little town with a charming beach and friendly bars. The pretty houses with well-kept gardens spill down to the sea where you can admire the most romantic sunset on the Amalfi Coast.

  • Vietri sul Mare

    Vietri sul Mare is the first town on the Amalfi Coast on the road from Salerno and is famous for its brightly coloured ceramics. Rent a villa to enjoy the food and wine, people watching and authentic charm.

  • Maiori

    The low-key resort of Maiori has the longest stretch of sand on the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy its family friendly beaches, walk down the promenade or visit the medieval San Nicola de Thoro-Plano castle.

  • Furore

    Escape the crowds of the Amalfi Coast in the tiny seaside village of Furore. There’s no central piazza but this tiny village-not-a-village has a beautiful setting: colourful houses, olive trees, painted murals on the small bell towers and the wonderful sea.

  • Atrani

    Nestled on the cliffs overlooking the sea, Atrani is perfect for a low-key holiday on the Amalfi Coast. Rent a villa and wander the maze of narrow lanes and stairways, relax at busy piazzas or unwind on the beach.

  • Conca dei Marini

    Holiday in Conca dei Marini, a charming village with houses set in the cliffs. The beach is exclusive – in the summer of 1962 Jackie Kennedy, on her three week holiday in the Amalfi Coast, used to drive down in the mornings to water-ski.

About Amalfi Coast

Villas on the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a 50km stretch of coastline and one of Italy's most popular holiday destinations, famous for its breath taking landscape. It is located on Italy’s western coast in the province of Salerno, around 60km south of Naples.

Rent one of our luxurious villas with a private pool to explore the Amalfi Coast to its full. Enjoy the warm weather while relaxing on the beach; spoil yourself with great food and wine; explore idyllic villages or climb the cliffs and hills for magnificent views.

The Amalfi Coast has a holiday for everyone and staying in one of our villas puts the best at your fingertips. Rent in Positano to holiday with the rich and famous: its pastel coloured villas cling to the steep hills so be prepared to climb. Or visit romantic Ravello, perched on a rocky outcrop right in the middle of the Amalfi coast. If you're after a more relaxing beach holiday then rent one of our villas in Vietri sul Mare or Maiori. Get away from the crowds in Atrani or soak up the authentic atmosphere with a villa in Praiano. The Amalfi Coast is also one of Italy's top walking spots, with deserted hilly trails and dramatic views.

Discover Amalfi Coast

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Amalfi Coast and what to do on your holiday in Amalfi Coast.

7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Amalfi Coast

7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Amalfi Coast

When we think of holidays on the Amalfi Coast we picture colourful little buildings scattered across clifftops, driving on the winding roads along the coastline and indulging in gorgeous Italian foods in quaint local restaurants. It’s all of that and more… but here are some things that you may not know about the Amalfi Coast.