Our last and final stop on our honeymoon was the Amalfi coast. We stayed in Praiano, which is a quieter town next to Positano. We spent four days and wished it would never end. There is so much to see and explore in this area and we can’t wait to go back.
We stayed at Casa Angelina, which was really luxurious and the perfect end to our trip. Everything is minimally designed and bright white, making it such a serene experience. The views of the coast from Casa Angelina are incredibly breathtaking. One of the reasons we stayed there is that they have their own beach club & access, which not every hotel has. The towns are built into the steep cliffs, so while they have a beach, it’s over 200 steps down from the main part of the hotel!
I also have to mention that Casa Angelina serves one of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had in my entire life. Literally anything you could possibly want, and it’s served at their top floor restaurant with insane views of the Mediterranean.
On our first full day we took a city bus from outside our hotel to Fiordo di Furore. We hiked down the windy steps to a beautiful cove with crystal clear blue water. The color of the Mediterranean is so incredibly blue it almost doesn’t seem real!
After our excursion we headed to Positano to have drinks at Le Sirenuse. The hotel is situated in Positano and is a truly stunning property. It’s definitely on our list to stay at for when we return! We had cocktails and apertivo on their patio and then wandered around to check out the rest of the property. I couldn’t get enough of every little detail; everything was so perfectly done.
The next day we booked a boat to Capri and sailed along the Amalfi coast. It was so neat to see the coast from the sea and experience a different vantage point. We had a couple hours to ourselves on Capri so we booked lunch and chairs at La Fontelina Beach Club. After arriving on Capri, we took a small boat over to the beach club and had the best time. I truly cannot recommend it enough—it was one of our favorite meals and days. Still dreaming about my linguine con vongole!
Our final day was spent entirely at Da Adolfo. We had been recommended this place by so many people and it may be one of our favorite places in the world! Booking it was a little tricky so we had our hotel arrange it for us. You hop on a small boat in the main port of Positano and are taken to a secluded beach area. It’s very rustic compared to La Fontelina, so be sure to bring your own towel and shoes you don’t mind getting wet!
The food at their restaurant is incredibly fresh and lunch is such a frenzied experience, but in the most amazing way. It’s truly hard to describe! Everyone is barefoot running around like crazy, the menu is written on a chalkboard and the white wine sangria (with peaches & nectarines!) is flowing.
Because it was our last day and we were having the best time, we stayed until the very last boat back to Positano. We did not want that day or our trip to end. Can’t wait to be back someday!