Top 10 best Amalfi villas you need to stay in

When it comes to a luxury break on the Mediterranean, the Amalfi Coast should be high on your bucket list.

Here are the ten best Amalfi villas you need to book for your next trip.

Offering picturesque villages, an abundance of lemon groves, and miles of blue waters as far as the eye can see, the Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO listed landscape and a must-visit for an idyllic sun-soaked break. Here are the ten best Amalfi villas you need to book for your next trip.

There are many stunning locations to choose from with main towns, such as Positano, Ravello, and Amalfi. From luxurious vine-covered villas to romantic hideaways, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to excellent accommodation in Amalfi.

So, if you’re planning a trip to this idyllic stretch of Italian coastline, these are the ten best Amalfi villas you need to stay in.

10. Casa Marina – a historic villa with panoramic views

Casa Marina  is one of the best Amalfi villas that you need to stay in.
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First up on our list of best Amalfi villas is the stunning Casa Marina in Positano.

With stunning terrace views, three cosy bedrooms, and plenty of historic charm, this villa is sure to make you feel as if you’re living a life of luxury.

Address: Via Marcello Montuori, 11, 84017 Positano SA, Italy

Book: HERE

9. Bella Vita – for a beautiful life

Bella Vita means 'the beautiful life' in English.
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The Italian phrase ‘Bella Vita’ translates to ‘the beautiful life’ in English, and this is certainly what you’ll experience at this stunning villa.

Set in the stunning town of Sorrento, this villa offers a private pool, patio, and hot tub, among its other facilities. A stay here whilst travelling around Italy is one you won’t forget anytime soon.

Address: 80065 Sorrento, Italy

Book: HERE

8. Villa Sea Pebble – for an infinity pool with panoramic views

Villa Sea Pebble  is one of the best Amalfi villas that you need to stay in.
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This villa comes with an infinity pool overlooking the stunning cliffs of the Amalfi Coast. What more could you want?

Villa Sea Pebble is located in the secluded Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi region, offering guests the ultimate private experience.

Address: 80061 SantʼAgata sui Due Golfi, Italy

Book: HERE

7. Villa Islamorada – for a pool with sea views

Located close to the beach in Massa Lubrense, Villa Islamoranda includes a pool with stunning sea views.
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Located close to the beach in Massa Lubrense, Villa Islamoranda includes a pool with stunning sea views.

This stunning three-bedroom villa has a romantic Italian charm that will make you feel like you’re living in the pages of a book.

Address: SP138, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA, Italy

Book: HERE

6. Villa Seascape – stunning views and lots of facilities

Villa seascape  is one of the best Amalfi villas that you need to stay in.
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Set close to Recommone Beach, this four-bedroom villa offers a relaxing escape from everyday life.

With a fully equipped kitchen, a stunning terrace and private pool, and a barbeque for guests to use, just picture yourself tucking in to some authentic Italian cuisine in this cosy stay.

Address: Via Cantone, 80061 Nerano NA, Italy

Book: HERE

5. Villa Fortino – one of the best Amalfi villas for families

Villa Fortino is a perfect spot for a family getaway.
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This secluded villa is a great choice for families visiting the Amalfi Coast.

Set in idyllic surroundings hidden by lush green trees, this four-bedroom villa comes equipped with a patio, barbeque, and private pool.

Address: Via Caselle, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA, Italy

Book: HERE

4. Villa Isca – a picturesque Italian hideaway

Villa Isca  is one of the best Amalfi villas that you need to stay in.
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This villa is located in the Sant’Agata sui due Golfi region and includes a private pool, hot tub, barbeque, and terrace.

With scenic views and shrubbery lining the walls, you will never want to leave this picturesque Italian villa.

Address: Via Torvillo, Sant’Agata sui due Golfi, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA, Italy

Book: HERE

3. Villa Vetara – on the outskirts of the town

his stunning villa located in the hills of Amalfi comes equipped with a private pool, two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and more.
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This stunning villa located in the hills of Amalfi comes equipped with a private pool, two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and more.

Just a 15-minute walk from the centre of Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi, you will never be too far from local amenities. However, the secluded location offers some well-needed privacy.

Address: 36 Via dei Campi, Massa Lubrense, Campania

Book: HERE

2. Villa Panorama – for breathtaking views

Villa Panorama  is one of the best Amalfi villas that you need to stay in.
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As the name suggests, this gorgeous Sorrento villa offers stunning panoramic views of the lush green Amalfi hills. You can even glimpse Mount Vesuvius in the distance on a clear day!

With historic décor inside, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

Address: Via Campitiello, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy

Book: HERE

1. Admiring Amalfi – a little slice of paradise

Admiring Amalfi is a little slice of paradise.
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Topping our list of best Amalfi villas you need to stay in at least once is the magical Admiring Amalfi in the beautiful Campania region.

Equipped with a private terrace, offering views of the Amalfi hills and nearby towns, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into paradise. This is absolutely one you need to add to your bucket list.

Address: Via Tuoro 23, 84010 Scala, Italy

Book: HERE

Siân McQuillan
Siân McQuillan is a writer and travel lover from County Down, Northern Ireland. While she enjoys travelling to other countries and exploring new places, she loves nothing more than discovering all the wonders her home country of Ireland has to offer. When not writing about her travel experiences, Siân can be found exploring the great outdoors and will more than likely be somewhere near the Mourne Mountains or the Causeway Coast.

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