Amalfi Coast, Italy. Your guide to the most instagramable spots along the way.

The most beautiful photo ops along the Amalfi Coast…

Visiting the Amalfi Coast had been a dream of mine, for as long as I can remember. The food, beautiful coastal views and laid back vibe is a major attraction for tourists, from across the globe.

We flew into Naples, Italy and had a driver take us on a journey along the coast. The driver took us to the best photo spots along the way.

1). Villa Rufolo in Ravello, Italy.

2). Le Sirenuse in Positano, Italy.

3). The public beach in Positano, Italy.

4). The Limoncello Factory in Sorrento, Italy.

My last recommendation is where to get some of the best pizza in the world!  Seriously, this place was voted one of the best pizza restaurants in the world, but the New York Times. Naples is the birthplace of modern pizza, and they are still making the Country proud. 50 Kalo does not open until 7pm, but it is worth re arranging your whole schedule to try it out. Words cannot express how good it was.

We cannot wait to return to Italy, for more great food and shopping!

XO- Alisha

Author: enchantedtravels

Welcome to my Travel blog! Some of you may not know that this is not my first rodeo on the blogging scene. I wrote an entertainment and lifestyle blog for an NYC based PR Firm back in 2011 before my business took off and got a little busy. I have traveled abroad and domestically at my leisure and for work since 2005 and I have many stories to share. I was first introduced to international travel by my parents. They took me along with them on a missions trip to Germany and halfway through the trip, I hopped on a bus by myself and crossed the border into France. I spent the weekend exploring Paris on my own back when solo trips were not popular. I was 25 years old with a YOLO attitude and just could not be that close to the "City of Lights" without making a visit. That is when the travel bug hit! I was recently inspired to start blogging again after my trip to Cuba, and this time, create a blog for myself. When I first started traveling on a more consistent basis and internationally, I was 25 years old, single and working full time as contract travel Occupational Therapist. I met my husband of almost ten years along the way and he said that one of the things that attracted me to him was my love for travel. He got himself a passport and we have continued to see the world since then, kids and all!

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