Amalfi Tourism

Magnificent views from various lookout points, captivating beauty of endless sea, beautiful hiking trails, ancient buildings, museums, cobble-stoned streets, architecture and a relaxed vibe keep regular visitors coming back for more and turn the first timers into a patron.

Tourism in Amalfi, along with the whole of Amalfi Coast, has been ever increasing such that it has turned into a major industry and a source of livelihood for the locals here. Amalfi has something for everyone – whether you are here on a weekend getaway or are looking to spend a long holiday here and in the neighbouring towns like Ravello, Positano, Salerno, Atrani and many others along the length of Amalfi Coast. Whether you are traveling on a budget or are looking for a world class treatment, Amafi is ever ready to show off and has redefined opulence!

Origins of Amalfi go way back around first century and since then the town has come a long way from being a maritime powerhouse to a charming town with constant flush of tourists all around the year. The best time to visit Amalfi is between June to August – peak season for Amalfi with locals and visitors wanting to make the best of this time of the year whether it is a day at the beach or attending one of the town’s famous festivals.

Amalfi tourist information centre is at 19-21 Corsodelle Repubbliche Marinare. Alternatively, you can reach them at +39 089 971107. Tourist office will remain open Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 AM to 5 PM, with a break 1:30 Pm to 3 PM. 

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best of Amalfi