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Atrani Villas and Vacation Rentals

A short drive from Amalfi, Atrani is a tiny, quiet fishing village sandwiched between cliffs. It has a charming main square, Piazza Umberto, and narrow, winding streets.   Continue >

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    Save $3,535 Photo of Luxury Amalfi Coast Villa within Walking Distance of Amalfi Town
    • min $29,750/wk
    • max $35,350/wk
    • min $26,775/wk
    • max $31,815/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 24 people
    • 12 double bedrooms
    • 12 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Air Conditioning
    ** Save up to $3,535 when you book by Nov-20-2018**
    Save $1,599 Photo of Luxury Villa on the Amalfi Coast with Pool and Sea Views
    • min $8,050/wk
    • max $15,986/wk
    • min $7,245/wk
    • max $14,387/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 8 to 9 people
    • 4 double bedrooms
    • 4 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    • Air Conditioning
    ** Save up to $1,599 when you book by Nov-20-2018**
    " Wonderful stay at the villa - would definitely stay again. Property itself was beautiful, view spectacular, and within easy walking distance to Amalfi - a little l..." - Joanne
     
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      Atrani Beach, with its soft, black sand, lies beneath town. The pretty bay is sheltered by the town and the cliffs, making it stunningly picturesque. Santa Maria Maddalena and its iconic bell tower dominate the townscape, whether you approach by road or sea. Amalfi is a short walk away and even Ravello, which lies directly above it in the hills, is accessible on foot.

      Don’t miss:

      • The climb to Ravello. Stairs lead up from Atrani and the walk, although strenuous, offers fantastic views. Lunch in Ravello is the perfect pay-off and you can catch a bus back down to Amalfi if you’d rather spare your knees the descent.
      • Relaxing with a cold drink on Piazzetta Umberto in Atrani, a hidden gem frequented by locals—not tourists.
      • A visit to Santa Maria Maddalena. The Baroque facade and interiors are a riot of color and the panoramic setting is post card-perfect!
      • The climb to Santuario Santa Maria del Bando, a small medieval church perched at the base of the mountains. Lots of stairs… but incredible views!
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