The Amalfi coast is often the choice for honeymoons and has been for many years. Its stunning coastlines, romantic view, sun, sea, sand and delicious Italian food draws everyone from celebrities
to ordinary couples. A hot spot for couples seeking the ultimate in charm, relaxation and much more, the Amalfi Coast is a the honeymooners paradise.
Upon arrival, you can discover Amalfi's hidden treasures by visiting its quaint towns, such as the picturesque hilltops towns of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. If you feel even more adventurous, take a boat for a ride to digest the romantic air and you explore the little coves and stunning miles of ocean.
5 Popular celebrities who honeymooned on the Amalfi Coast:
• Lauren Conrad and William Tell
• Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth
• Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
• Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan
• Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries
Did I mention that the evening candle-lit dinners at the numerous romantic restaurants will leave you wanting more? The Amalfi Coast is not short for romantic restaurants, hotels and places to see. And the views will be sure to take your breath away. Whichever town you choose to honeymoon in, on the Amalfi Coast, you're unlikely to miss the luxury of what the Coast has to offer, in fact, there is so much romance in the air that you'll not want to leave the Coast - you'll fall in love with Amalfi Coast, again and again.
How to Get to the Amalfi Coast
By Car: Most people say they prefer to get into Italy via Rome, Leonardo da VinciFiumicino Airport (FCO). It's probably because Fiumicino is Italy's largest airport and well
situated for getting connections to almost anywhere in Italy. Also, the airport is approximately 3.5 hours drive from the Amalfi Coast Region. Renting a car from Fiumicino is pretty easy, you'll
find major rental car companies, plus taxi services, shuttle buses, trains, and various public transportation options to choose from.
Driving in Italy can often be a little tricky, especially for those who are not local. The Amalfi area is no different. The drive from Rome to Amalfi can be very congested in the busy summer period, with aggressive drivers and limited of parking. So if you can, choose a ferry or hydrofoil service from Naples, to make your way to Amalfi.
By Train: You can easily reach Naples from Rome via train by - from Roma Termini. Get off at Naples’ main train station, Napoli Centrale. The journey takes around 90 minutes.
Fly in to Naples and take a ferry or hydrofoil service from Naples to make your way to Amalfi. The service is frequent and convenient, it gets you from Naples to Positano in around 75 minutes.