The Amalfi Coast is a 50-kilometer stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, in the Campania region. A magnet for superyacht travellers seeking authentic Mediterranean simplicity, the village-style aesthetic of the Amalfi coast merges cobbled-stoned streets with luxury boutiques, all at the mercy of Italy's most treasured coastline. 

Neapolitan Life
The monuments testify to the town's past as a maritime power. Yet Amalfi isn't stuck in a time warp; modern Neapolitan life is very much alive here. Its steep architecture, historic Italian alleyways and exotic boutiques, are just a few ways the region invites you into the true Neapolitan lifestyle, including its tantalising cuisine that offers the best the region has to offer. Whether going fresh tomato picking, or simply finding a coastal trail into nature's palm, the agricultural treasures of the region showcase Italy's hidden treasures, all a the beckoning of charming select

Highlights of the Amalfi
Whether venturing to Sorrento, offering cliff gazing views out to Vesuvius, or the iconic Positano where tumbling towns of colourful houses light up the region, the Amalfi Coast has plenty to offer. For those seeking a dose of history, they can explore Pompeii, boasting a vast archaeological site in southern Italy’s Campania region, near the coast of the Bay of Naples. Once a thriving and sophisticated Roman city, today its ruins offer a dazzling insight into the ancient world of Italy, all perfectly located across the Amalfi Coast. 

Best Beaches 
For the best rustic beaches of the Amalfi look no further than Santa Croce and Il Duogli, two glistening beaches that capture the heart and soul of the Amalfi region; mountainous backdrops and colourful houses enclaved within rolling hilltops. Visitors can bask in Amalfi bliss where rugged landscapes meet diamond waters perfect for snorkelling kayaking and SUP.