Let us start out at the top of the Amalfi Coast. Sorrento is such a beautiful town filled with the cutest shops and a small beach! Sorrento offers everything that you can possibly need including souvenirs at most likely the best prices you will find on the Amalfi Coast. When you visit Sorrento it would be a great idea to take a boat from Sorrento to Capri Island. You can take a ferry for about 80 euros or you can rent a boat for about 200 euros from 9-6pm (if you have 2-7) people I would highly recommend this option. You only need a car license to drive the boat and this gives you the chance to explore the water and Capri at your own time!
If you are a beach person, a beach chair in Sorrento would cost you 10 to 15 Euros per chair!
Next town down the coast would be Positano. This is the town that you have seen over and over again on Instagram. Now let me start out by saying that getting to Positano from Sorrento you have two choices: bus or on your own using a car or Vespa! If you plan on going there on your own make sure that you wake up early in the morning as parking in Positano is extremely difficult to find and also expensive! Parking in a parking garage will cost you an average of 10 Euros per hour. If you are lucky enough to find free street parking (usually on the side of the road, it will be a pretty far walk of approx 30 to 40 minutes from town) good news is, you will save some Euros!
Positano is famous for its beautiful landscape and beach. A beach chair in Positano will cost you an average of 22.50 to 25 Euros. There is a small area for a free beach if you chose to do that instead(make sure to bring your own towel). There are 3 beaches in Positano, 2 large beaches and 1 small beach. Make sure you explore this cute town and enjoy all three beaches!
Next to Positano is Praiano, this cute town is a great place to just wind down, enjoy the views and go for a swim . Praiano is filled with mostly locals and truly is a great escape. You can take a bus from Positano to Praiano or else parking in Praiano is approximately 3 Euros per hour. After the beach make sure you get a chance to taste locally caught seafood at a restaurant near the beach.
Furore is a town you could miss if your aren't looking out for it. Furore is literally a hole in the wall city this is so charming it will knock you off your feet. Furore has the smallest secluded beach on the coast. On this beach you will not find chairs to sit on, no restaurants to eat at, just you and a view of a bridge and the ocean. To get to Furore, it is a bus or a walk away or else car or Vespa is always an option. I was not able to find parking spots in Furore however if you find a restaurant, park your car there and pay approx 15-20 Euros and you can use that as a voucher for your meal after the beach. To get to the beach is a bit of a hike so be aware and ready for that. You will be able to see the beach from the bridge and there are stairs leading you to the beach, however there will be some road blocks so get ready for an adventure and climb! On your stairway path there will be a cement wall that you have to climb up. This wall is about 2 meters tall but totally doable to climb and makes getting to the beach that much more rewarding. Pack a towel and a sandwich and enjoy your day at the beautiful beach.
The next town down the coast is Amalfi Town. This town offers both shopping, hiking and beach views. You can get to Amalfi Town by bus or on your own by car or Vespa. Parking is per day here and will cost you 20 Euros. Make sure you enjoy the beach, do some shopping and get some delicious gelato! Hiking to the next town would take you about 10 minutes and is a great way to go and explore by foot.
Next to Amalfi is Atrani, make sure to take a walk from Amalfi as the walk is only 10 minutes and on your way you will see spectacular views of the coast. Atrani is a very small town but offers a beach for you to enjoy without such a big crowd. You can get a chair for 10-15 Euros on the beach or else bring a towel and enjoy the free beach!
After Atrani, make sure to make a day stop in the town of Ravello. Ravello does not offer a beach but is known for its history and very high end hotels that come with gorgeous views from above of the Amalfi Coast. You can take a bus from Atrani to Ravello or else Parking in Ravello will cost you approximately 3 Euros per hour. While you are there make sure to check out Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, both filled with incredible views and stunning gardens that are so picture perfect!
After Ravello there is the towns Minori, Maiori and Salerno. I was not able to visit these towns but I heard wonderful things about each of them
The Amalfi coast is such a beautiful place to visit and truly is one for the books. Make sure to enjoy the views, the beach days, the Limoncello and getting lost in the unknown streets!