If it’s age-old landmarks, smile-making shores and wallpaper-worthy islands you’re after, an All Inclusive holiday to the Amalfi Coast is bang on the money.

A waterfront bigwig

Italy’s scenic shore game has a lot of contenders, but the Amalfi Coast wears the crown. This UNESCO-protected patch of the country’s south-west coastline has all the bits and pieces you need for an R&R-filled holiday, including mammoth beaches, cosy hillside villages and a scrapbook of historic sites. And, if you soar over to this part of Italy during the summer, you can pair all of these fancy features with balmy temps that rarely dip below 20oC.

One for foodies

It goes without saying that Italy’s grub scene is legendary, and the Amalfi Coast doubles down on mouth-watering options. Seafood reigns supreme here, with everything from shrimp and sea urchins to octopus and redfish taking pride of place on restaurant menus. The village of Positano – one of the Amalfi Coast’s leading ladies – also has a history of handmade pasta, so hunker yourself down in a hotel here if you want to mix all of these flavours into one memory-making mouthful.

Chilled-out Capri

No holiday to the Amalfi Coast is complete with a wander around the nearby island of Capri. You’ll find this handsome hamlet floating in the Bay of Naples, a 40-minute ferry ride from Positano’s harbour –perfect for a laidback daytrip. There’s tonnes to see and do here, from splashing some cash in the swanky boutiques to ogling the sea views during a chairlift ride to the island’s peak – there’s a huge botanical garden waiting for you at the top.

Hotels in the Amalfi Coast

Our All Inclusive hotels in the Amalfi Coast are snuggled into the town of Amalfi, one of the area’s chunkiest towns. Most of them flex sea-view postcodes, as well as a platter of buffet and à la carte restaurants.

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