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Beaches in Amalfi Coast

Arienzo Beach

Arienzo Beach

The beach of Arienzo lies just a few minutes out of Positano (towards Amalfi).  »

Cancelluzzo Beach

Cancelluzzo Beach

Close to Marina di Vietri, Cancelluzzo is near the Marina beach and the Carrubina beach.  »

Castiglione di Ravello Beach

Castiglione di Ravello Beach

Castiglione is the beach of Ravello.  »

Collata Beach

Collata Beach

Collata Beach is a pebbled cove in a sheltered bay.  »

Crestarella Beach

Crestarella Beach

La Crestarella is a beautiful beach below the defensive seaside tower of the same name.  »

Duoglio Beach

Duoglio Beach

One kilometre from Amalfi, just past the last houses of the hamlet of Lone, on the left you will find a gate from where to access a long staircase that leads to the beach of Duoglio.  »

Fiumicello Beach

Fiumicello Beach

A secluded beach reachable only by boat, it's a nice, solitary spot for those wanting to get away from the crowds.  »

Fornillo Beach

Fornillo Beach

Coming from Positano to Fornillo Beach you will admire, from the top of a rocky staircase, an outstanding small piece of paradise held into a shell, with the splendid Clavel Tower just behind.  »

Gavitella Beach

Gavitella Beach

Nearby Vettica Maggiore's old town centre, walking down to the beach, you will find two outstanding beauties of the Amalfi Coast: “Torre di Grado” built by the Spanish during the Vicekingdom and Gavitella Beach, in the homonym creek, with a landing-stage, a restaurant and sunloungers/umbrella renting facilities (La Gavitella).  »

I Due Fratelli Beach

I Due Fratelli Beach

The beach known as I Due Fratelli (the two brothers) is a small beach at the marina of Vietri sul Mare.  »

La Calcara Beach

La Calcara Beach

It is said that the residents of Arola, a hamlet high in the hills above, walked down a steep path to bathe at this beach, a few miles outside Positano.  »

La Porta Beach

La Porta Beach

This is a wide and deep beach by Amalfi Coast standards, with pebbles instead of sand, like most of the swimming spots here.  »

Lannio Beach

Lannio Beach

Right at the lovely fishing village of Cetara is a popular beach.  »

Laurito Beach

Laurito Beach

In the past, this small cove was the starting point for the pirates to raid commercial boats.  »

Le Grottelle Beach

Le Grottelle Beach

Le Grottelle beach is a secluded spot near Positano, about 2 1/2 kilometers from town.  »

Le Sirene Beach

Le Sirene Beach

This small beach is located behind the port of Amalfi, named for the restaurant and bathing establishment that runs it, the Lido delle Sirene.  »

Lucertola Beach

Lucertola Beach

La Lucertola ("the lizard") is a small, nicely equipped beach connected to the Hotel La Lucertola in Marina di Vietri.  »

Marina di Conca Beach

Marina di Conca Beach

One of the most beautiful seaside spots for a swim on the Amalfi Coast is the beach at Conca dei Marini.  »

Marina di Praia Beach

Marina di Praia Beach

The beach of Marina di Praia beach is a natural fjord, located between Praiano and Conca dei Marini, where the water is deep and blue.  »

Marina di Tordigliano Beach

Marina di Tordigliano Beach

With 350 meters of seafront space, the Marina di Tordigliano Beach is one of the largest on the Amalfi Coast.  »

Marina Grande Beach in Amalfi

Marina Grande Beach in Amalfi

This beach is the real nerve center of the whole coast from Punta Campanella to Vietri sul Mare.  »

Marinella Beach

Marinella Beach

This is a tiny strip below the Lungomare dei Cavalieri, right at Amalfi's seafront.  »

Marinella r'e Ninnilli Beach

Marinella r'e Ninnilli Beach

A lovely beach at Marina di Vietri, it's backed by tamarisk trees for cooling shade and ambiance.  »

Minori Beach

Minori Beach

A nice stretch of sandy beach right in the cozy town of Minori, where blue sea meets the terraced hills and sunny citrus groves.  »

One Fire Beach

One Fire Beach

One Fire Beach is one of the charming beach resorts located at the Gavitella Beach in Praiano.  »

Port Beach in Amalfi

Port Beach in Amalfi

Spiaggia del Porto.  »

Protontini Beach

Protontini Beach

This is a "city beach" - the last sliver of sand after the port, where the Amalfi road heads out towards Positano.  »

Restaurant La Conca Azzurra

Restaurant La Conca Azzurra

Hotel La Conca Azzurra offers a good restaurant as well as private beach.  »

Restaurant Torre Normanna

Restaurant Torre Normanna

The Norman Tower that hosts Restaurant Torre Normanna is the biggest and the oldest one in the Amalfi Coast, and it features a private beach equipped with sun loungers and umbrellas as well as a cocktail bar.  »

Santa Croce Beach

Santa Croce Beach

You will be able to reach Santa Croce beach through a long flight of steps, departing from the main coastal road.  »

Scoglione Beach

Scoglione Beach

Just past Vietri sul Mare, this is a beautiful strip of sand and pebble beach, more than eighty feet long.  »

Spiaggia Grande

Spiaggia Grande

Spiaggia Grande (the "large beach") is the main beach of Positano, as well as the center for many of the activities of the village.  »

Torre d'Albori Beach

Torre d'Albori Beach

This lovely beach is below the historic and characteristic watch tower of Albori, once a look-out against invasions.  »

Torre di Clavel Beach

Torre di Clavel Beach

Torre di Clavel Beach is an enchanting little seaside spot below the remains of the 16th century watch tower that was known as Torre Fornillo, until it was renamed for Count Clavel Gilbert, a Swiss nobleman and writer who restored it early in the last century.  »

Torre di Grado

Torre di Grado

The Spanish built Torre di Grado is part of the sighting towers erected in order to defend the Tyrrhenian coastline (from 1503 to 1688).  »

Tuoro Vecchio Beach

Tuoro Vecchio Beach

This private sandy beach is close to Cetara, owned by the Hotel Cetus but open to visitors for a fee.  »

Varo Ferola Beach

Varo Ferola Beach

Named for the district outside of Positano in which it's situated, Varo Ferola is a pebble beach that is fairly unknown.  »

     

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