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Best wine tours in Amalfi coast

Why Visit Amalfi coast?

The Amalfi Coast has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site sheerly for its remarkable beauty and unique natural landscapes, and is one of those destinations that sure to leave a lasting impression long after your visit. Located in the south of Italy along the gorgeous mountainous coastline in the Sorrentine Peninsula, this popular holiday destination is one of the most iconic and romantic spots in all of Italy. 

On the southern side of the peninsula you will find intimate beaches, rugged cliffs, vibrant fishing villages and majestic terraced vineyards. The entire coast is sprinkled with lemon trees, famous for their tapered shape and known by the locals as "sfusata". Much of the land is devoted to the healthy growth and cultivation of the citrus fruit  ... and the production of Limoncello liquor, consumed with enthusiasm by locals and visitors alike! 

One of the best ways to enjoy the best food and wines in Amalfi is on one of the many excellent tours available. Tour the wineries dotted along the spectacular coastline and indulge in luxurious tastings of some of the best wines of Southern Italy; or explore Mount Vesuvius and discover the exceptional wines that are produced there. Wine holidays to the Amalfi Coast will allow visitors to experience some of the most breathtaking vineyards and discover high-quality wines and DOC vine zones that stretch across the entire Amalfi Coast. To see the best of the Amalfi Coast wines, look no further than Tramonti, Furrore and Ravello, as well as the areas between Positano and Vietri.  

Treat your palate to exquisite wine tastings not only at the picturesque vineyards, but at the many restaurants, bars and small eateries dotted in the small towns across the Amalfi Coast.

Plan Your Visit

Best Known Grapes

Popular grape varieties of the southern region are Aglianico, Piedirosso, Sciascinoso (also known as Olivella), Fenile and Ginestra. 

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is during the spring months of April and May and the autumn months of September and October. These periods see milder temperatures, fewer crowds and more opportunity to enjoy activities like hiking, water sports and vineyard tours.  The period from November through to March also brings fewer crowds, but because of this, the hotels and restaurants close making options rather limited outside of Naples and Sorrento. The ferries and hydrofoils are also not in operation, making the best time to make the most of your wine holidays to the region post-Easter, when everything re-opens.   
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How long to stay

We suggest staying in the Amalfi Coast anywhere from 3 to 5 days. Three days will give you enough time to see the main attractions in the famous areas of Amalfi, Ravello and Positano, but 5 days will allow you to see all the best places near the Amalfi Coast too! There are organised half-day and full-day food and wine tours you can take that will show you the charming surrounding area of Naples, the beautiful islands, stunning cultural and historic sites, and of course, its vineyards.
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How to get there

The closest airport to the Amalfi Coast is Naples Capodichino Airport, serving both Naples and Compania. This international airport is situated 6 km from Naples' city centre and located in the northeast pocket of the city. 
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