Imagine driving along the Italian coastline, discovering a picturesque fishing village or historic town around most every bend in the road. Sitting at a hilltop cafe, sipping a glass of Prosecco, nibbling on prosciutto and melon. Then heading to a cozy beach along the Gulf of Naples where you and your spouse relax, with a picnic lunch. The Amalfi Coast offers all of this and more. The area is well known for its dramatic vistas, secluded cove beaches, charming seaside villages, and craggy coastline.
WIMCO Villas offers a diverse collection of luxury villas and beachfront properties along the Amalfi Coast. Rent a luxury Amalfi Coast villa with dramatic hilltop views or a cozy Positano hideaway with its own private swimming pool.
There are villas to accommodate most any group, from a honeymoon getaway to a family reunion. If you prefer the amenities of a luxury five-star Amalfi resort, we also represent several of the finest resorts in the area.
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Visiting the Amalfi Coast is all about exploring the small villages that dot the area. Each has its own flavor, but all offer the romantic, relaxed atmosphere combined with a beautiful setting. Sorrento, which overlooks the Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius looming in the background, is known for its small antique stores and hand-crafted ceramics and wood tiles. It's just a short drive from Villa Lika, a three-story, four-bedroom luxury villa with a sun-kissed terrace and arched windows that overlook the Gulf.
Positano is another charming Amalfi Coast town, noted for its colorful structures. Its craggy hillside and for being a favorite vacation spot for many stars of the stage and screen. You can vacation like one of these celebrities by renting a charming Positano villa. Villa Positanese, a five-bedroom luxury villa within walking distance of the beach and Positano shopping and restaurants, offering vaulted ceilings, a charming terrace and sweeping water views.
Ravello is built on the hillside that climbs steeply from the sea and is known for its 13th-century cathedral, its vibrant artists colony and its annual music festival. One of the best ways to enjoy the many charms of Ravello is to stay in a luxury Ravello villa like Villa Diana, a six-bedroom, six-bath villa on the outskirts of town, with a generous terrace and a private, over-sized swimming pool.
The Amalfi Coast was made for lovers. The beautiful setting, casual atmosphere and variety of luxury accommodations just makes falling in love (or in love again) easy. Stroll hand-in-hand along the charming cobblestone streets of Positano. Go shopping for that perfect piece of jewelry in Sorrento, or have a seaside lunch of calamari and pasta in Amalfi. There are many luxury villas for rent on the Amalfi Coast that have romantic amenities like spacious terraces, private pools and bedrooms that overlook the sea.
Enjoy your private luxury villa rental after a long day of sightseeing or shopping and being able to relax in your own private pool. Your kids will love being able to relax and have fun in the water, while the adults sit poolside with a cool drink and a good book. Many of our luxury villa rentals, including Villa Galene, Villa Gardenia and Villa Nume feature their own large swimming pools, many of which overlook the sea.
Kids will enjoy visiting the Amalfi Coast, especially when you rent a luxury villa. They can have their own space, play in the pool and get a break from restaurant food (at least for breakfast and lunch). Many of our Amalfi Coast villas have five or more bedrooms and multiple bathrooms, making them ideal for families with small children as well as extended families.
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The region is home to some of the world's most luxurious and romantic five-star hotels. If you want a private hideaway with dramatic views and a full spa, while still being near shopping and restaurants, then La Sireneuse in Positano is a good choice.
If you'd like to live as the Italian nobles did in the 19th century (only with modern plumbing), then the 11-room, elegant boutique hotel, Oasi Olimpia Relais, housed in a former ducal palace, is a great selection.
For waterfront elegance, Covo dei Saraceni offers that plus an award-winning dining room. Palazzo Alvino in Ravello rounds out our collection of Amalfi Coast luxury hotels and evokes the beauty and elegance of 19th century Italy with period antiques, beautiful gardens and, of course, that spectacular view of the sea.
With such an abundance of beautiful properties along the Amalfi Coast, how do you choose the one that's best for you and your family? The good news is that there is no bad choice. However, some types of accommodations are better suited to specific needs and lifestyles.
A luxury Amalfi Coast house rental offers space for your group to spread out and each have his or her own space. Villas also offer a little more privacy and are ideal for cozy honeymoons or romantic getaways. Luxury Positano villas and others around the region also have full kitchens, giving you the option to prepare some of your meals and not have to interrupt your day's activities to go to town for a meal.
If your idea of a perfect vacation is having a wide array of activities, restaurants and amenities just steps away from your bedroom, then a five-star Amalfi Coast hotel might be a better choice. Whatever type of accommodations you prefer, WIMCO Villas has a property that's just right for you. In addition, our complimentary concierge team can take care of all of the details that make a vacation truly memorable, things like in-villa spa services, private chefs and having your rental stocked with all of your favorite foods and beverages.
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The Amalfi Coast is a 30-mile stretch of coastline, located on the western coast of Italy, south of Naples. The area is noted for its rustic beauty and dramatic vistas as well as its picturesque villages, such as Sorrento, Positano and Ravello, each with its own personality.
The small, cove beaches of the Amalfi region are also a draw, with views of the sparkling Gulf of Naples offset by the rocky hillsides that climb sharply from the coast.
The period between November and March is cooler, with average temperatures in January and February in the low 50s. However, many restaurants and attractions close during the winter months.
The Amalfi Coast is easily accessible by air via Rome's Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport or Naples International Airport. There are non-stop flights to Rome from a number of North American cities, including Boston, New York City, Toronto, Miami and Atlanta, on Alitalia and other airlines. Travel time from Boston is approximately eight hours. Travel time from Miami is a little over 10 hours. Rome is around a two-hour drive from the Amalfi Coast.
There are no non-stop flights into Naples from North America. However, if you are visiting other parts of Europe before arriving at the Amalfi Coast, you can take a non-stop flight to Naples International Airport from many European capital cities, including Paris (Orly Airport), Geneva, Brussels, Frankfurt and Madrid.
Visitors from both the United States and Canada are required to have a valid passport with at least six months validity to enter Italy. No visa is required for a stay of less than six months.
Relax on the beaches of Maiori. Located near the Town of Amalfi, the beaches at Maiori are some of the region's best. These twin, wide stretches of white sand have plenty of amenities and restaurants as well as lots of room to spread out and relax.
Take in the beauty of Positano. Positano has been a favorite of artists and writers for generations. Gore Vidal and John Steinbeck once called it home. Today, the town still has a vibrant art community as well as colorful houses and a romantic harbor.
Explore the heights of Ravello. The hill town of Ravello is one of the most charming cities along the Amalfi Coast. Make sure to see the Cathedral, the art gallery and Villa Ravello, a Roman villa at the top of the hill with spectacular views of the coastline.
Savor the delicious cuisine of the Amalfi Coast region. The delectable food found at the restaurants and shops in this part of Italy is one of the best things about visiting the Amalfi Coast. The area is known for its fresh seafood; the lemon liqueur, limoncello; and hand-wrapped chocolates.
Picture this: sipping your new favorite Italian wine on the verandah of your very own private villa, watching the sun dance on the Gulf of Naples.
Not only is the setting lovely, but you'll have WIMCO Villas’ friendly concierge team to attend to all of the details that make a vacation truly special. Would you like to hire a private chef to prepare a special dinner on the terrace – done! Daily housekeeping to provide a hotel-like freshness to the villa – you got it!
The staff at WIMCO Villas will handle the vacation planning, from finding the villa that best suits your needs, to booking your flights, to pre-stocking the refrigerator in your villa. All you have to do is decide which of our luxury villa rentals is best suited for your group, and what special experiences you want to experience.
At WIMCO Villas, our mission is to do whatever it takes to make your vacation memorable and enjoyable. Contact us today to start planning your perfect vacation to the Amalfi Coast!