Lufthansa offers connecting flights from Washington Dulles to Naples. Local buses, trains and ferries connect Naples to Amalfi and Sorrento.
WHERE TO STAY
Via Largo Piccolomini 9, Amalfi
Centrally located hotel boasting antique furniture befitting its historical setting in a building from the early 1300s. Rooms from $137.
Hotel Tramonto d’Oro
Via Gennaro Capriglione 119, Praiano
This family-run property has been welcoming guests since 1952. Facilities include a beautiful terrace and rooftop pool. Rooms from $160.
Via Pasitea 207, Positano
A charming property with air-conditioned rooms with wrought-iron furniture and impressive sea views. Rooms from $130.
Via Pontone 43, Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi
A beautifully restored farmhouse with friendly hosts and delicious organic food, this is one of the Amalfi Coast’s most special places to stay. Rooms from $60.
Imperial Hotel Tramontano
Via Vittorio Veneto 1, Sorrento
Past guests at this illustrious 16th-century hotel include royalty and famous poets, all undoubtedly won over by the views over the Gulf of Naples. Rooms from $250.
On Foot Holidays
Offers a seven-night self-guided walking trip along the Amalfi Coast from $1,000 per person, including B&B accommodation, luggage transportation and detailed maps and notes.