Twisting and turning down the hillside, the Amalfi Drive makes its way to the sea, called the “bluest view in the world.” Famous for dramatic sunsets, lemon-scented gardens and piazzas overlooking the Mediterranean, this may be the most romantic spot on the planet.
Like a tiered wedding cake, the town of Positano climbs its way up the hillside. It may not be heaven on earth, but it’s about as close as you can get. Because Positano is a pedestrian city, couples can walk the maze of alleyways in search of handmade leather sandals and local glassware. Or, they can just stop and relax at an outdoor cafe while chatting with the locals.
Hotel Recommendation: Hotel Villa Gavrisa
Known for over-the-top romance, Ravello literally clings to the Amalfi Cliffs. It has been said that it's closer to heaven than to the sea. The Lattari Mountains loom just above the horizon while below the lights of Salerno twinkle at dusk. The remarkable views, opulent villas and Italian charm are why this small town is known as “the place where poets go to die.”
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Capri is undoubtedly beautiful by land...but it’s magical from the water. From the moment the water taxi arrives until you catch your last glimpse as the hydrofoil speeds away, this seaside paradise is a place of dreams. There’s a picturesque lighthouse for the perfect selfie backdrop and a chairlift that takes you to the highest point on the island for a bird’s eye view of the sparkling waters.
Hotel Recommendation: Melia Villa Capri Hotel & Spa
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