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Hotel L'Antico Convitto Star Rating 3        
Via Salita dei Curiali 4

This modest hotel on a quaint shop-lined pedestrian street is a 2-minute walk from the 9th-century Duomo di Amalfi and 5 km from the Grotto dello Smeraldo.The relaxed rooms have classic furnishings and colorful tile floors. They come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minifridges.
Residenza Sole Star Rating 3        
Piazza Municipio Salita Sopramuro 4, 84011

This modest guesthouse on the main square of the historic Old Town is a 2-minute walk from Amalfi Cathedral and 5 km from boat trips into the Grotta dello Smeraldo.Featuring tile floors, the bright rooms come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minifridges, as well as terraces.Breakfast is complimentary, and parking is available for a fee.
B&B Miramare Agerola        
Via Radicosa 14

This laid-back B&B is set in a quaint building that overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea and is surrounded by vineyards and orchards. It's 19 km from both Amalfi Cathedral and Museo della Carta-Amalfi.The 3 homey rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and en suite bathrooms.
Hotel La Bussola Amalfi Star Rating 4        
Lungomare Dei Cavalieri 16

This harborfront hotel is a 7-minute walk from Amalfi Cathedral and 7 km from Villa Rufolo.The bright rooms come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibars. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs and balconies with sea views.
Hotel Amalfi Star Rating 3        
Via dei Pastai 3

This bright hotel in a converted pasta factory is 2 minutes' walk from both the Amalfi Cathedral and the 13th-century Cloister of Paradise.Featuring pastel hues and tile floors, all the airy rooms offer free Wi-Fi, TVs and minifridges. Upgraded rooms add minibars, and provide balconies and/or sitting areas.
La Pergola Hotel Star Rating 3        
via Giovanni Augustariccio, 10

Surrounded by lemon groves and set on a hillside overlooking the Bay of Santa Croce, this relaxed family-run hotel is 2.3 km from Amalfi Cathedral and 2.7 km from the Grotta della Smeraldo sea cave.
Hotel Fontana Amalfi Star Rating 3        
Piazza Duomo 7

Set on the quayside Piazza Flavio Gioia and adjacent to the Museo Arsenale Amalfi, this modest hotel in a classic 18th-century building is opposite Marina Grande Beach, and is 4 minutes' walk from the Amalfi ferry point.The airy rooms feature tiled floors and simple furnishings, and include TVs, minifridges and balconies. Most with sea views, and some suites have living areas and mezzanine bedrooms.
Hotel Centrale Amalfi Star Rating 3        
Largo Duchi Piccolomini 1

Set on the Piazza del Duomo opposite the Amalfi Cathedral, this unassuming hotel is 5 km from the caves at Grotta dello Smeraldo and 7 km from Villa Rufolo.Accessible by stairs only, the simple rooms feature free Wi-Fi and TVs; some have distant sea views. Upgraded rooms have views of the cathedral.
Villa Lara Star Rating 3        
Via delle Cartiere 1 bis

Set on a sea-view cliff-top in a 19th-century villa, this polished, quaint hotel is a 4-minute walk from the beach and 5 minutes from Amalfi Cathedral.Featuring tiled floors and colorful accents, the bright, streamlined rooms come with flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sea-view balconies, and suites add sitting areas, in-room whirlpool baths and free Wi-Fi.
Grand Hotel Excelsior Amalfi Star Rating 4        
Via Papa Leone X

Set on a cliffside overlooking the Amalfi Coast, this upmarket hotel is 1.6 km from the sea and 2.6 km from 9th-century Amalfi Cathedral.
 
 
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The Amalfi Coast or as it is known in Italian, the Costiera Amalfitana, is a stretch of coastline on the southern coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula. It is in the South of Italy, in the Province of Salerno. The Amalfi Coast attracts visitors from Italy, Europe and the world at large and is a popular tourist destination for families and couples of varied budgets. It includes the houses of the rich and famous who enjoy their holiday homes on the coast. Warm, pleasant summers with Mediterranean climate and mild winters are a hit with tourists, who spend much time on the beaches and walking the coastal routes or enjoying food and drinks outdoors. The Amalfi Coast is known for its production of limocello liqueur and the area is known for its lemons, grown from February to October, as well as its great cuisine and wines.

The Amalfi Coast is often known as a place for the rich and famous, but this is not to put you off because it is also widely accessible for everyday families on a budget, depending on where you visit. Fortunately, a network of roads connects the various villages along the coast. The best time of year to visit is late September or early October which is not too hot and sticky, but still very warm and enjoyable. Whatever your tastes, people flock to the Coast annually to see what it has to offer. This makes is a hit with old and young, male and female, rich and poor. No matter what your budget, you can enjoy time at the beach, a relaxing meal and glass of wine and a walk through the quaint towns and villages in the sunshine. Here are some of the places to visit on the coast, depending on your budget and tastes:

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi - great for walking and home to an organic olive farm, a favourite with visitors. Praiano - a quiet village and the starting point for the 11km Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods) walk to the Lattari mountains. Positano - A busy area with narrow lanes and beautiful scenery, here visitors take a day trip to Capri Ravello - overlooking the Bay of Salerno, it is a secret gem on the Amalfi Coast Furore - best known for its beautiful wine and colourful architecture and murals. Minori - A charming, old town with a sandy beach and more affordable than neighbouring areas Amalfi - a busy maritime town, set among lemon tree terraces and beautiful views Cetara - Authentic and untouched by tourism, Cetara is a pretty fishing village with wonderful restaurants.