Can you get around the Amalfi Coast without a car?

The Amalfi Coast is the sparkling gem of Italian travel, a glittering coastline favoured by those seeking sun, sand and Italian style en masse! From the gorgeous Positano to the rustically-chic Capri, to the eponymous and beautiful town of Amalfi, this sublime stretch of shoreline perfectly encapsulates everything that makes Italy a world leader in glamour…

Sorrento Marina

You can most certainly get around the Amalfi Coast without a car, instead opting for buses and ferries to take you along the coast and across to the glorious Capri.

Once there, you won’t be short of amazing attractions to inspire your sense of la dolce vita and enrich your soul.

Here are a select few of them…

Positano

Even if you don’t know the name by heart you are sure to have seen a few pics of it, as Positano is home to one of the world’s most famous – and lavish – beaches in the world, with the Spiaggia Grande on every Instagrammer’s list of beaches to get a stylish snap on.

Sure, it’s a great place for a snap, but it also embodies the Amalfi ideal of glittering shorelines dotted with lavish daybeds and summer fun on the Mediterranean.

The Grotta dello Smeraldo

The Grotta dello Smeraldo, or “Emerald Cave”, is one of Capri’s most alluring tourist attractions. Hop aboard a boat or take the stairs down to an otherworldly cave of gorgeous waters and ancient stalactites.

The sunlight dances within the cave, making it look as if there overhead lights illuminating its ethereal beauty – a must when on the island of Capri.

Amalfi

The eponymous town of Amalfi is a true joy to behold, full of ornate belvederes adorned with vibrant floral arrangements and elegant designs. Be sure to check out the Duomo di Sant’Andrea, a magical testament to Catholicism that stands out like a beacon amongst the Amalfi streets.

Villa Rufolo

Ravello’s Villa Rufolo is the quintessential Italian coastal home, with lavish design and stunning Romantic gardens lining its perimeter. Not only this, but the views over the Mediterranean are second-to-none, which only makes sense given the altitude of the villa itself.

Try some limoncello

The Amalfi Coast’s most famous delicacy has to be that of limoncello, and there is no better way to enjoy this tart liqueur than in a charming seaside bar after a day’s exploring and beach relaxation!