|Más popular en||abril||Alta demanda de vuelos, aumento de precio potencial de 2%|
|Más barato en||enero||Mejor momento para encontrar vuelos baratos, bajada de precio potencial de 4%|
|Precio promedio||$128||Precio este mes|
The high season on the Amalfi Coast runs from July to September. Make sure you book your accommodation ahead of time if arriving in the peak season and prepare yourself for hordes of tourists, particularly in the most popular spots, such as Positano, Capri and Sorrento. Travellers should expect flights to the Amalfi Coast to be crowded and more expensive than during the low season.
The off season is during the months of November to March, when the weather can be chilly and damp, but there are fewer crowds of tourists. It is easier to find cheap flights to the Amalfi Coast during the off-season, but make sure you pack appropriately for colder weather.
April to June and October can be great times to visit. The weather is pleasant and there are fewer crowds than during the peak months. If you’re planning a holiday in Naples during May, keep in mind that the Maggio dei Monumenti has exhibits, fairs, and special events. This can result in increased rates for flights to Naples and accommodation.
Spring and autumn provide the best views from Vesuvius, but the days are shorter than in summer.
The pretty town of Amalfi is situated at the heart of the Amalfi Coast, one of the country’s most glamorous and beautiful regions. The coastline stretches south on the western side of Italy from the Bay of Naples. Its small towns perched on the hills and cliffs that lead down to an emerald sea have long been visited by travellers looking for some rest and relaxation amid sophisticated and glitzy surroundings.
Naples is the northernmost point of the region and the city where all flights to the Amalfi Coast arrive. From here, wend your way south along a staggering and precarious-looking hillside road with spectacular views far out across the sea. Perhaps the most idyllic town, Positano has two beaches, many high-end restaurants serving excellent local food and picturesque streets winding steeply up the hill. Further south, the smaller Praiano is often visited for its cliff-side caves. Amalfi itself is much larger and it is easier to find cheap accommodation and food, as well as more activities beyond shopping and sunbathing. Ravello is famous for its music; the annual Wagner festival is held here.
Travel along the coast is easy, either by bus or taxi on the breathtaking coastal road or by ferry between resorts, so there is no need to decide in advance which town you most want to visit when you’re booking a flight to the Amalfi Coast. An unmissable trip is to the island of Capri by ferry. Once home to the Emperor Tiberius, today the town houses winding streets of designer shops, visited every year by a host of celebrities.