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Italy is a place of immense natural beauty and historical interest, and on cruises to the Amalfi Coast, you'll see it at its finest. With its rocky cliffs, gelato-colored houses, and crystal-clear waters, it's no wonder that this region is one of the most popular in the world to explore by ship. Relax on the beach, then browse the many shops and restaurants in the classic Italian villages that surround each port of call. Dine on fresh seafood and homemade pasta, or enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sunset over the Tyrrhenian Sea.
On an Italy cruise to the Amalfi Coast, you can start your journey in Naples before visiting incredible destinations like glamorous Sorrento. Hike the legendary Path of the Gods, or take a cruise around the island of Capri. Set sail to the picturesque town of Amalfi, where you can explore charming streets and sample some delicious local limoncellos. No matter what you choose to do on your cruise to the Amalfi Coast, you'll do it in comfort, style, and luxury with Celebrity.
Cruises to the Amalfi Coast bring you closer to some of Italy's most beautiful beaches, and you’re never too far away from excursions to Sorrento, Amalfi, and Capri. With their rocky cliffs, crystal-clear waters, and sandy shores, these beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, people-watching, and seeking out the best local gelateria. Enjoy the quintessential Mediterranean beach experience as you sail the Amalfi Coast, with glorious scenery in every direction.
Italy is world famous for its food, and Amalfi Coast cruises offer plenty of opportunities to try it. From pizza and pasta to fresh seafood caught right off the coast, you'll be tempted to sample the best of what Italy has to offer. In addition, many itineraries feature ports where you can have the hands-on experience of a cookery masterclass. Pair any great Italian dish with an excellent glass of local wine, and you're sure to have a meal that you'll remember long after your cruise is over.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most scenic places in all of Europe, with picturesque villages clinging to cliffs that plunge straight into the sea, and fragrant lemon groves lining the hillsides. No matter which cruise itinerary you choose, you're sure to enjoy breathtaking views of this glamorous coastline as you sail. Many itineraries also feature places of great historical interest, from the brooding Mount Vesuvius to the extraordinary ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Cruises to the Amalfi Coast will take you to some of the most enchanting destinations across the southern Mediterranean and beyond with itineraries ranging from seven to 14 nights. Most itineraries start in Rome (Civitavecchia), and you can visit the Amalfi Coast during your stop in Naples. There are an abundance of different itineraries to choose from which, as well as the Amalfi Coast, visit Santorini, Messina, Athens, Istanbul, Dubrovnik, and Venice.
On a cruise to the Amalfi Coast, you'll enjoy delicious meats and well-curated wine selections at Fine Cut Steakhouse, or fresh seafood at Raw on 5. Soak up the sun on the Pool Deck, or enjoy a serene moment with a book at the adults-only Solarium. Unwind at Eden, where lush greenery surrounds you as you relax at sea. Gaze over the shimmering Mediterranean Sea at sunset on the one-of-a-kind Magic Carpet, with a sensation of soaring high above the open ocean.
Explore the coastline and villages of the exquisite Amalfi Coast, each with its own unique charm and welcoming local culture. Unwind on the beach at Capri, then visit the beautiful Blue Grotto. Hike up the natural stairs of the Path of the Gods in Positano before enjoying delicious fresh seafood with an oceanfront view from the hillside that frames the town. Visit the village of Atrani, known for its annual wine festival in early September. Tour the Amalfi Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Amalfi, and a must-see on any of these fabulous itineraries.