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Popular Destinations in Salerno

Thumbnail Tour of Pompeii & Lunch with Wine Tasting at the foot of Vesuvius
Pompei, Naples (Amalfi Coast)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 15
From €380.00
“Spend a day in Pompeii amid history, culture, and tasting local wine accompanied by unique local dishes”
Thumbnail Amalfi Coast Sightseeing, Wine Tasting Experience & Ravello visit from Positano
Positano, Salerno (Amalfi Coast)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 30
From €300.00
“Visit the most important towns on the Amalfi Coast, such as Ravello & enjoy a lunch and wine tasting with typical products from the Coast”
Thumbnail Ravello Tour and Wine Tasting Lunch at a Local Winery
Ravello, Salerno (Amalfi Coast)
5 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 4, Maximum 8
From €215.00
“Visit the famous town of Ravello and then enjoy a wine tasting with a delicious typical lunch at a local winery”

More information on Amalfi Coast

Located south of Naples, the Amalfi Coast is perhaps the Italian destination that’s most loved by tourists across the world. In this area, characterized by scenic cliffs, crystal blue waters and small pebble beaches, you will be able to combine wine tastings with breathtaking hikes, boat trips and, of course, great food.

While on the Amalfi Coast, you will be able to visit some small-scale wineries and taste their wine selection. Winemaking on the Amalfi Coast involves a lot of manual labor, as most vines are located on steep rocky walls and preclude the use of mechanized harvesting equipment. Despite the challenging configuration of the territory, the area boasts one appellation, Costa d’Amalfi DOC, which includes red, white and rosé wines.

Which food to taste in Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast doesn’t only offer great wines, and often during your wine tastings, you will have the opportunity to taste some great artisanal products, like cheeses and cold cuts. Between winery visits, don’t miss out on some of the area’s most loved dishes, such as seafood scialatielli, mussels impepata, spaghetti with lemons from Amalfi, ziti with Genovese sauce and the famous Delizia al Limone.

Which wines to taste in Amalfi Coast?

Your wine tastings in the Amalfi Coast will include wines made using various types of local vines. The most widespread white grape varieties are Falanghina, Biancolella, Pepella and Fenile, while the most widespread black grape types include Aglianico, Piedirosso and Sciascinoso.

Which is the best season to visit Amalfi Coast?

Thanks to the many activities offered besides wine tastings and winery tours, the Amalfi Coast is a popular destination all year long. To avoid large tourist crowds, we recommend visiting the Amalfi Coast from April to June while the vegetation is in full bloom, or during September and October when the grapes are harvested.

What things to do in Amalfi Coast?

Between your wine tastings in the Amalfi Coast, don’t miss out on some of the area’s highlights, such as the villages of Positano and Amalfi, Villa Rufolo, the gardens of Villa Cimbrone, or walk the scenic Sentiero Degli Dei.