Camping on the Amalfi coast
Start your road trip on the Amalfi coast at Sorrento. It is famous for its nightlife and great weather all year, which makes it one of the most dynamic and valuable cities on the coast. Most campsites of the area offer panoramic seaview, comfortable rentals and large and shaded camping pitches. You can stay at Villaggio Santa Fortunata**** for instance : it has fantastic setting, great amenities and access to the sea.
Just a few miles from Sorrento, you can also make a stop at Holiday Village & Camping Nettuno**** . It makes for the perfect base on your way to Positano, a lovely village you'll have to visit walking. Park your car at the entrance at the top of the hill and walk down the narrow streets and stairs leading to the village centre. Admire the white houses and small craftsmen workshops designing shoes and clothes. Take a moment and marvel at the wonderful seaviews opening behind frontwalls and stairs.
At night, have a romantic dinner in front of the sea, enjoy a delicious ice-cream on the piazzetta before going back to your campsite in Campania.
After touring dynamic Sorrento and romantic Positano, go on more south to Salerno. Make a stop in lovely villages of Praiano and Furore. Admire Duomo d’Amalfi on the horizon. The coast has been named after this wonderful city listed in UNESCO World Heritages sites. There, you can experience the typical atmosphere of seaside South Italian villages. Crystal clear waters and colouful roofs over white houses will please those fond of postcard settings!
Ravello is another must-see of your camping break on the Amalfi coast. Overlooking the bay, it is a very popular destination among local inhabitants and holiday makers seeking cool air during hot summer days. Every summer, the city hosts a famous international classical music festival where musicians and artists play on a stage which seems to be suspended over the sea!
Before driving back, make a last stop at the beautiful village of Vietri sul Mare, famous for its hand-decorated ceramics.