Glamour and gelato
Neapolitan Riviera takes you to the south west coast of Italy, where you’ll find glamorous resorts with plenty of history. Discover the romance of pretty former fishing villages with colourful buildings built into the sides of the cliff and overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean below. Couples will love the serene atmosphere, little churches, stunning natural scenery, and delicious fresh produce. Families can spend days on the beaches, or making the most of the mountains and valleys inland.
The most famous of the Neapolitan Riviera’s idyllic towns is Amalfi, with its luscious gardens, vibrant fishing port, and winding alleyways. For golden buildings basking in the sun, yachts, sailing boats, and colourful fruit groves, head to Sorrento. Or, stay in Ravello and admire the historic buildings, spectacular views, and some of the area’s most famous gardens.
Holidays in Neapolitan Riviera are becoming increasingly popular, and it’s easy to see why. You’ll find iconic towns, each with their own charm, nestled on the side of the dramatic cliffs and overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea below. Wind your way through alleyways, stopping off for traditional Italian cuisine and Michelin starred dining. If you want to simply relax, head to the golden sands of the beaches.
Book with Sovereign and we’ll help you find the ideal hotel for your romantic holiday in Neapolitan Riviera. Stay at the Hotel Santa Caterina for elegant interiors and an infinity pool overlooking the sea below. Alternatively, Belmond Hotel Caruso is home to historic architecture which blends with luxurious modern amenities.
Flights from the UK to Naples (the closest airport for the Neapolitan Riviera) take approximately 2 hours 45 minutes.
Summer months on the Neapolitan Riviera can see temperatures rising into the 30s – perfect for enjoying the beaches and bathing platforms. Spring and autumn are still short-sleeve weather, and ideal for those looking to do more sightseeing (Pompeii has virtually no shade, so can get very warm in the height of summer).
British citizens do not currently require a visa to visit Italy.
When you dine out in Italy, you will generally be charged a coperto (cover charge), which is for the bread, tablecloth, cutlery, etc. Tipping in Italy is not customary, but is always appreciated.
The official language of Italy is Italian. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.
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