La Margherita Hotel Villa Giuseppina

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Torricella, Scala, Amalfi Coast, 84010, Italy
La Margherita Villa Giuseppina
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Forum Posts

Ferries to Amalfi

by Bursland

Does anyone know whether there is a good ferry service from Salerno to Amalfi this weekend.I have checked on the internet but not sure if the ferries are still running as the site I viewed still had the cost in Lire so I guess it was a bit old.I will be arriving in Salerno by train from Rome at about 14-30 .Also if there is a question mark over the ferry and I need to catch a bus.Do you know the number and where I catch it from.

Re: Ferries to Amalfi

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Re: Ferries to Amalfi

by leics

The Metro del Mare site will tell you which routes are operating at this time of year (mid-season, I think) and give you timetables.

Ferries will not run if the sea is too rough, so be awre of that possibility.

will give you the bus timetable for Salerno>Amalfi. Look under Quadro 15.

Travel Tips for Amalfi

Amalfi Beach

by sandysmith

The beach always looked busy at Amalfi and the beach umbrellas added a splash of colour to the landscape too. A beautiful setting for such a wide expanse of sand.
Umbrellas and sunbeds are available for hire here.

Hire a boat

by ncoutroulis

This goes down as one of my all time best travel experiences. i don't know how easy it will be for anyone to do it, but you should try. We were in Amalfi, at the port, and wanted to see the famous Grotto. Rather than take the tourist boat, we found a guy in the harbor (there are lots of them there) who offered to take us to the Grotto alone, for an hour, and let us swim where ever we wanted. It was our own private boat tour. It cost about 30 dollars, and boy was it worth it. i guess the bottom line is that anywhere you go, try to seek out a local fisherman, to take you out on his boat, as oppossed to going with the rest of the tourists.

A huge disappointment

by pilie about Donna Rosa

We listened to absolutely rave reviews from a married couple in their 40s who were staying in our hotel, and paid the 30 euro round-trip taxi (the only way to get there). For this reason they said there were very few diners, and indeed we found only two people at a table throughout our meal. The service was attentive but the food nothing out of the ordinary. Unless you are a gourmet specialist who knows what to ask for and likes to chit-chat with the hostess, save your money.

The Cathedral

by shiran_d

It is architectonical complex made by two communicating churches, a crypt, a stair, an atrium, a church tower and a cloister called “Chiostro del Paradiso”.

The first core of this complex, is the northern church built during the IX century; in this church we find a wide nave with a narrow aisle, later used to connect the old church to the new one.
But already before the IX century Amalfi had a church as cathedral and this is documented in a letter, dated 596, wrote by Pope Gregorio Magno, to the rector of the churches in “Campania”, where the Pope rebuked “Pimerio”, bishop of the “Civitas Amalfitana”, because he did not live in Amalfi. Analysing the letter was discovered that “Pimerio” was not the fist bishop of the town, but there were somebody else before his (“Pervenit ad nos Pimerium Amalfitanae Civitatis episcoporum” = “came to us Pimerio from the bishops of Amalfi town…”).

The Amalfi Coast

by guell

Half the fun of going to Amalfi is the trip itself. With Sorrento as our home base, we took a day trip south along the Amalfi Coast to Ravello. From Ravello we returned down to Amalfi before heading back to Sorrento in time for dinner. This is one incredibly beautiful bus ride. We made sure we sat on the right side of the bus to get the best views of the Mediterranean from the road on the cliff, 5oo feet above the water. Those on the other side of the bus really missed out!


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Address: Via Torricella, Scala, Amalfi Coast, 84010, Italy