Choose from our pick of hotels and self-catering accommodation on the Amalfi Coast that we think are best-suited to families or have a chat with us about combining the two.

Adding a few days in a hotel is an excellent way to avoid travelling on a Saturday when flights are generally at their most expensive and spending a few days in Naples works well for families although it can be very hot in August.

We can also advise on suitable itineraries and excursions, book tickets and private tours to Pompeii and elsewhere, and arrange activities such as kayaking, cooking classes and fishing for all the family.

Villas and Self-Catering

Are you looking for a venue on the Amalfi Coast to spend a holiday with your family or group of friends?

Villa Lighea

Carved in the rock of Positano, like a work of art, Villa Lighea overlooks the blue sea of ​​the Amalfi Coast, embracing the entire bay with its spectacular panorama.

£ 8500 per week - sleeps 10

Villa Lighea

Carved in the rock of Positano, like a work of art, Villa Lighea overlooks the blue sea of ​​the Amalfi Coast, embracing the entire bay with its spectacular panorama.

Villa Le Nuvole

The perfect location for a villa holiday on the Amalfi Coast, spectacular views from the infinity pool. Close to shop and dining.

£ 4500 per week - sleeps 5

Villa Le Nuvole

The perfect location for a villa holiday on the Amalfi Coast, spectacular views from the infinity pool. Close to shop and dining.

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Casale Villarena

A world away from the hustle and bustle of neighbouring tourist resorts in one of the Amalfi Coast's most attractive nature spots, Casale Villarena provides a family-friendly welcome with great service and facilities.

£ 850 per week - one bedroom apartment

Casale Villarena

A world away from the hustle and bustle of neighbouring tourist resorts in one of the Amalfi Coast's most attractive nature spots, Casale Villarena provides a family-friendly welcome with great service and facilities.

Agriturismo I Moresani

Spend your holiday immersive in the nature on a working Italian farm, close to the sea and world-class attractions.

£ 535 per person - 7 nights

Agriturismo I Moresani

Spend your holiday immersive in the nature on a working Italian farm, close to the sea and world-class attractions.

Multi-centre holidays on the Amalfi Coast

Whether a week, 10 days o two weeks, it makes sense to experience two or more locations of the Amalfi coast within one holiday. We tailor made flydrive as well as car-free itineraries and suggest the best locations to match your expectations and requirements.

Pompeii and Herculaneum

A visit to at least one of these sites is on everyone’s agenda and we can help you making the most of your day. Starting from reserving your tickets to organise a private tour tailor made to your children age. You can visit both sites in one day or swap one for Mt Vesuvius.

Pompeii - Villa dei Misteri

Archeological diving

Diving into the Bay of Naples is another perfect alternative to explore this fabulous Italian region, which goes from Procida to Sorrento, full of historical treasures to explore and delicious specialties to taste.

 

The submerged archaeological park of Baia has 5 main diving sites: “Portus Julius”, “Secca delle fumose”, “Ninfeo di Claudio”, “Villa dei Pisoni” and “Villa a Protiro”.

 

Discover Scuba Diving is among the tourist programs, mostly used by non-divers to visit the Submerged Archaeological Park of Baia. A program that allows those who have never taken a diving course to try scuba diving at low depth accompanied by an instructor.

 

The experience consists of a theory lesson with the instructor and a guided dive in the Submerged Archaeological Park of Baia at a depth of between 3 and 6 m, visiting one of the most fascinating dive sites in the world.

Underwater Archaeological Park of Baia

Walking the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast offers one of the most beautiful landscapes in Italy (and beyond).

 

Here, it is possible to walk in the middle of a splendid nature, between gardens and lemon groves, with the view of the sea to fill your eyes.

 

We can help you discover the most beautiful itineraries of the Amalfi Coast to tackle on foot for a trip out of town. Paths that in the middle of nature, will make you discover the wilder side of the Amalfi Coast and the breathtaking views that make it one of the world’s most fascinating destination.

Monti Lattari

Beyond the Amalfi Coast

Are you looking a summer destination combining sea, nature and culture? The answer is easy: we recommend Cilento.

 

The sea is spectacular (Blue Flag), the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park is a Unesco World Heritage Site and every day you can organize a different trip from the temples of Paestum to the Pertosa-Auletta Caves, from Gole del Calore at the Oasis of Alento on the coasts of Palinuro, up to the prehistoric cave of Marina di Camerota.

 

A holiday in the Cilento with children is relaxing and full of great little family adventures.

Beach of Paestum

Naples City Breaks

Already a major Greek town when Rome was not even a thing, Naples delivers an unforgettable experience. Full. Rich in content.

 

We can help you explore it above the ground, underground or with an exciting kayak tours!

Kayak Napoli Posillipo - Villa Volpicelli

The Phlegraean Fields, Baia and Pozzuoli

There was a time when Baia was considered the Monte Carlo of Ancient Rome. A rich city, a place of luxury and fun, where the patricians, tired from long battles, came to rest and stay.

 

Overlooking the Gulf of Pozzuoli, the Romans came here to enjoy the sea breeze and the therapeutic waters of the thermal caves. Here there were wonderful villas, therapeutic baths and many buildings of which precious vestiges remain.

 

If most tourists go to the Amalfi Coast to visit Pompeii, perhaps they should consider going to Baia: they will certainly find fewer queues at the entrance and the amazement will not be outdone.

Archeological park of Terme di Baia