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Santa Caterina S.S. Amalfitana 9, Amalfi Tel: +39-089-871-012 Amalfi’s historic Santa Caterina hotel blends 5-star luxury with a family-run feel and spectacular views overlooking the harbor. Te hotel is surrounded by terraced gardens, with a seaside pool and sunbathing terrace that is simply unforgettable.

Villa Maria t Via Santa Chiara, Ravello Tel: +39-089-857-255 Located on the opposite side of Ravello from the iconic views, this charming hotel offers equally breathtaking vistas, friendly service and a peaceful setting. Te on-site restaurant is one of the best in Ravello and is especially romantic for dinner. For garden lovers, Villa Maria is just steps from the entrance to the Villa Cimbrone gardens.

A suite at Villa Maria. Photo by Villa Maria Hotel


Casa e Bottega Viale Pasitea 100, Positano Tel: +39-089-875-225 If you’re in need of a fresh salad or green juice to recov- er from indulging in local specialties, then this bright café is the perfect choice. A delightful combination of café and shop, the beautiful homeware items on dis- play are just as tempting as the menu, which features healthy fare created with locally sourced ingredients.

Gran Caffe Sign with Bougainvillea Amalfi. Photo by Laura Thayer

View of Positano from a room at Le Sirenuse. Photo by Le Sirenuse Hotel

Gran Caffè s Corso delle Repubbliche Marinare 37/38, Amalfi Tel: +39-089-871-047 Te outdoor seating area with views overlooking the harbor of Amalfi makes this café a popular choice with visitors and locals alike. Take a break during the day, or come for an aperitivo before dinner and enjoy watching the sunset.

La Brezza Via del Brigantino 1, Positano Tel: +39-089-875-811 Meaning “the breeze,” grab an outdoor table at this wa- terfront café and bar to enjoy a bit of people watching, Positano style. It’s a welcoming spot all day long, from a cappuccino in the morning to drinks at night. | Winter 2016 | | 19

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