The Amalfi Coast is one of the most spectacularly beautiful coastlines in the world. Follow the winding coastline roads as they curve around rugged and imposing mountains, past pretty olive and lemon groves, through picture postcard villages and quaint fishing ports and discover hidden bays and beautiful beaches facing the crystalline Mediterranean waters.
This short stretch of coastline is simply bursting with treasures waiting to be discovered. Everywhere you look, you can feast your eyes on breathtaking sea views and delightful landscapes.
Legend says this is the land of mermaids and as you admire the views and breathe in the lemon-scented air, you can almost feel the magic around you! And when the sun sets, the many twinkling lights scattered along the coastline seem like thousands of fallen stars, tumbling towards the sea…perhaps drawn by the seductive call of the mermaids!
The Amalfi Coast boasts so many unique and appealing wedding venues to suit your every wish and whim, offering superlative service and excellent attention to detail, in some of the most fabulous settings you will ever see!
This area, so full of romantic getaways, really does have is something for everyone! In fact, the Amalfi Coast has long been a favoured destination for the rich and famous. Poets, artists and composers have been inspired by the beauty and splendour of this stretch of coastline and many famous faces have escaped to the haven of peace and tranquility that is the Amalfi Coast.
Imagine celebrating your wedding in one of the beautiful and unique settings that the Amalfi Coast offers...where better to celebrate one of the most magical and important moments in your life than in this enchanting and utterly romantic place 'caught between the sky and the sea'!
Just a short walk along the winding coastal road from Amalfi, Atrani is a tiny and delightful traditional fishing village - one of the smallest in Europe – retaining many of its original ancient features.
Perched high above the sparkling Mediterranean waters, at about 240 m. above sea-level , the small town of Praiano is well-known for its pleasant and airy climate and for the spectacular sunsets that can be can be viewed, unimpeded, from many parts of the town.
Spread across a mountain summit facing towards Ravello, this little village sits at more than 370 m. above sea level. Scala is the oldest settlement in the area and was founded by patrician Romans fleeing the Barbarians at the Fall of the Empire during the 4th Century AD.
Conca dei Marini
One of the most charming and attractive parts of the Amalfi Coast is the little village of Conca dei Marini, a rocky promontory of which juts out to the sea and boasts a superb beach with old pastel-painted houses clustered at the waterside.
Furore is one of the Amalfi Coasts most popular attractions thanks to its unique vista of the sparkling blue sea and a dramatic fjord-like chasm which splits the imposing mountain that rises behind the village. The ragged and craggy shoreline is reputed to have, at one time, been smuggler’s cove.
Maiori is a resort town which hold the honour of having the longest uninterrupted stretch of beach on the Amalfi Coast. Maiori is built along the line of the Reghinna Minor river which flows down from the mountain, through the town and out to the sea. The river once inundated the town, causing much rebuilding and reconstruction which account for the more modern architectural aspect of the centre of the town and the attractive seafront promenade, the Mare Lungo.
Central to the Amalfi Cooast and close to Maiori, the village of Minori sits along the path of the tumultuous Reghinna Minor river. It has a small and popular beach and caters to visitors with renowned hospitality.