The Neapolitan Riviera, south of Naples, offers stunning hilly scenery and sea views. Its relaxed pace and fabulous beaches make it ideal for families, friends and couples. There's also plenty to see and do, with rural countryside to explore, spectacular buildings to admire and lots of history to discover.
The Neapolitan Riviera, also known as the Amalfi Coast, is the ideal location for easy-paced beach holidays surrounded by breathtaking views, as well as romantic retreats for couples. The coastline here has some of the most stunning scenery in Italy and some say even the world. You'll find rugged cliffs, picturesque towns and villages nestled on forested mountain slopes, charming little fishing ports and idyllic offshore islands.
The region also has centuries of fascinating history and nearby is the famous archaeological site at Pompeii. Amalfi Coast holidays let you explore ancient castles and opulent villas, enjoy exotic sub-tropical terraced gardens and admire the stunning architecture of spectacular churches.
Set in a scenic gorge on the coast of the beautiful Neapolitan Riviera, the little town of Amalfi is renowned for its UNESCO-rated beauty, and the quality of its shops. Dotted along the rugged coastline are mysterious coves, beaches and opportunities for swimming and watersports.
The volcanic island of Ischia has long been a favourite destination among celebs and those looking for an idyllic retreat. With its thermal springs, beautiful gardens and a very tropical vibe, Ischia is a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. The restaurants are stunning too, serving delicious seafood and Italian treats.
Italy might be stacked with cosmopolitan cities, but nothing quite holds a candle to Naples. Packed with palaces, churches, castles and museums illuminating the city's storied past, Naples is in a holiday league of its own. It's even home to the world's first pizzeria and Michelin star-spangled restaurants.
Set high above the sea on rustic terraces, the multi-coloured terracotta town of Positano is best viewed from the water. Popular with the jet-setting elite, the town has a central beach, numerous restaurants and shops to die for. The local landscape is stunning as are the secret coves scattered along the coastline.
With its stunning gardens and easy access to the sea, only a five-minute drive away, Ravello is a secluded holiday destination that's worth exploring. Within easy access of natural parks and home to some extraordinarily beautiful gardens and villas, Ravello has over the centuries attracted writers, musicians and craftspeople.
Perched on cliffs and with a central cafe-lined square, Sorrento sums up the attraction of the area. This magical little town provides bags of beaches, good shopping, food and nightlife. It's also where the delicious limoncello liqueur was first made and sampled - try it for yourself on a sea-facing terrace.