Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast

Take a multi-day tour of the Amalfi Coast to delve into this breathtaking destination.

Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast
Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast
Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast
Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast
Multi-Day Tours of the Amalfi Coast

A day trip isn’t enough to do justice to the beauty and variety of the Italian Amalfi Coast! To really appreciate this UNESCO-listed stretch of coastline, you need to dedicate at least a few days to exploring its colorful fishing villages and stunning landscapes.

A multi-day tour is the best way to fully immerse yourself in the “la dolce vita” atmosphere of the coast. Wake up each morning surrounded by new breathtaking views and dedicate the day to delving into a different aspect of the coast with these curated small-group tours that include a bit of something for everyone, from foodie adventures to journeys into ancient history. Make the most of your time with guided tours, pickup and private transfers by minivan, and pre-booked meals and accommodations.

Choose the tour itinerary that you like best and book your multi-day tour on the Amalfi Coast today.

How Many Days Does it Take to Visit the Amalfi Coast?

How long you spend on the Amalfi Coast depends on how much time you have available and what you want to see.

If you just want a quick sightseeing tour, you can probably cover the top attractions in two or three days. To explore the area in depth and experience all it has to offer from the most famous towns to little-known hamlets like Praiano and Furore, you need at least five days.

What to See on the Amalfi Coast in 5 Days

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful places in the world and there is a lot to see and do in just five days.

  • Day 1: Start by driving along the winding roads that hug the coast. Make sure you stop at the viewpoints along the way to take some photos of the iconic coastline and seascapes.

  • Day 2: Stop in one of the many villages that dot the coast. Relax on the beach, take a dip in the Mediterranean Sea, and feast on delicious seafood. In the evening, stroll through the old town and savor the timeless resort town atmosphere.

  • Day 3: On the third day, venture inland to explore the charming town of Ravello. Admire the breathtaking views from Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone and take a stroll in the historic gardens.

  • Day 4: Dedicate the fourth day to discovering Pompeii, one of the most famous archaeological sites dating from ancient Rome in the world. Admire the well-preserved ruins of this Roman city (now surrounded by the modern town of Pompei) and discover its fascinating history.

  • Day 5: End with a boat tour to Capri, one of Italy’s most captivating islands. Relax on board with a glass of limoncello and take in the island’s Faraglioni from the sea, visit the Blue Grotto, and take a dip in hidden caves and coves.

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How to Choose an Amalfi Coast Tour

There are a few things you need to consider before choosing your tour.

First, decide what kind of experience you are looking for.

Are you interested in foodie itineraries, outdoor adventures, cultural must-sees, or something completely different?

Browse our selection of multi-day tours on the Amalfi Coast and choose the one that fits your interests, whether you love food, are passionate about history, or travel for breathtaking views. No matter what your passion is, you’ll find the perfect tour for you.

Local Living Italy—Amalfi Coast

Itinerary: Naples - Pompeii - Furore - Amalfi - Ravello - Agerola

With its charming waterfront villages, acres of lemon groves and vineyards, and dramatic cliffs lapped by cobalt blue waters, it's no wonder this magical land is often called a paradise on earth. On this tour, experience what life is like for the (incredibly lucky) locals by exploring Campania’s small towns, mountain trails, and traditional customs.

Explore the ruins of Pompeii in the morning with a private tour led by an English-speaking guide, hike the Mediterranean coast in the afternoon, and enjoy free time at your 17th-century monastery accommodation at sunset.

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Amalfi Coast Experience

Itinerary: Naples - Sorrento - Pompeii - Capri - Anacapri - Positano - Amalfi

Southern Italy is a land of fiery passions, spectacular food, and timeless traditions.

Explore all that the Amalfi Coast has to offer with this deep dive into gems like the ruins of Pompeii and the island of Capri with expert local tour guides. Sample local delicacies, dive into the crystal-clear water of the Mediterranean, explore Amalfi and Positano, plus spend time falling in love with Naples, one of Italy’s most captivating cities.

This tour includes the best of southern Italy, so book your spot today!

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Ultimate Amalfi Coast Trek

Itinerary: Cava de' Tirreni - Maiori - Minori - Agerola - Positano - Ravello - Atrani - Amalfi - Punta Campanella - Path of the Gods

Crisscrossed by medieval trails long used to transport goods between villages by mule, the cliffsides along the Amalfi Coast offer some of the best hiking in the whole of the Mediterranean.

This hiking tour is a vigorous five-day itinerary that will take you along these iconic paths with a certified local guide to admire dazzling World Heritage Site landscapes from above and relax with overnights in family-run B&Bs and hotels.

This tour requires a suitable level of physical fitness and preparation, with full-day tours on foot from 8 km to 12 km along steep and sometimes uneven terrain. However, the hard work is worth it as you are rewarded with some of the most unforgettable views in the world. Book now!

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Walking the Amalfi Coast

Itinerary: Pompeii - Furore - Amalfi - Ravello - Positano - Bomerano - Agerola - Path of the Gods (Optional: Capri - Naples - Herculaneum)

Craggy cliffs rise directly from the waters of the Mediterranean, dotted by tiny fishing villages, each more picturesque than the last. This is what you’ll be treated to on this guided walking tour on the Amalfi Coast, where you’ll discover the highlights of this splendid coastline from the Piana di Agerola to the towns of Positano', Ravello, and Amalfi. Visit the ruins of Pompeii, admire the incredible views of Mt. Vesuvius, and take on the Path of the Gods, arguably one of the most scenic trails in the world.

Along the way, feast on the fabulous food and wine that this region is famous for. Why travel with us? Because we know this part of Italy like the back of our hand and we will make sure you have an unforgettable experience.

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FAQ - Frequently asked questions

Which is the most beautiful town on the Amalfi Coast?

There is no right answer to that question! Only once you've visited the coastline can you decide which village has captured your heart.
Here is our overview of the towns on the Amalfi Coast.

Which is the best hike on the Amalfi Coast?

The most famous hike on the Amalfi Coast is the Path of the Gods. This trail hugs the cliff's edge above the coastline, offering dazzling views over the coast and sea below. There are challenging stretches along this route, but it's worth it to take in stupendous views that can only be had from this high-altitude perch.
Top hiking trails on the Amalfi Coast

How do I get to Amalfi?

There are several ways to reach the Amalfi Coast, but the most direct route is by car.
From Rome, take the A3 motorway south towards Naples. From Naples, follow the SS163 along the coast. The trip takes about three hours.
Alternatively, take a train from Rome to Naples and then a bus or ferry to your final destination.
For a more scenic route, take a ferry from Sorrento or Naples for breathtaking views of the coast from the water.

When is the best time of year to visit the Amalfi Coast?

If you can choose any time of year to visit, the best months for exploring the Amalfi Coast are April, May, and June. Spring flowers are in full bloom, the sun is warm but temperatures are still mild, and you can enjoy the relative peace of the beaches before the wave of summer tourists hits in July and August.