Read about my stylish 10 days of hotel cruising at the Mediterranean Amalfi coastline at Vogue.com! – or scroll down to get a sneak-peek on my ultimate holiday experience.
After arriving in Rome we drove 4 hours to our first stop, which was Positano. There aren’t really many sights to see there except enjoying the breathtaking view along the coast and Gerard Butler by your pool each morning at the legendary hotel, Le Sirenuse. This small town is buzzing with the great mix of local fashionable Italians and international tanned guest. Have lunch at the best place in town called Da Adolfo, which is a small really low-key place that serves fresh local fish right on the beach – to reach it you have to get a little boat from the small harbor.
Top from Lovechild
Skirt from J.W.Anderson at Net-A-Porter
Next stop was Ravello, which is located 350 meters above the sea overlooking the beautiful sea and healthy greens. It was such a romantic little place with many dreamy flower gardens and secluded villas. A thing to see that really sticks out with its futuristic look is an auditorium by Oscar Niemeyer that oddly adds something modern to the romantic scenery. The best spot to eat is a classic family-run and a true locals’ hangout place called Cumpa’ Cosimo. “Mama Cosimo” comes out with her homemade pasta, a mix of five types, that takes ravioli to another level.
Cardigan & Loafers from Gucci
Then we drove to 2 hours back along the coast to Sorrento to spend two days by the ocean before taking the boat from the small harbor to Capri. We stayed at a beautiful place called Bellevue Syrene that had an elevator built in the cliffs taken us down to their private sunbathing deck on the sea. Have lunch at Sophia Loren’s favorite restaurant called Da Emilia that serves amazing fresh caught seafood. It is a laid back and low-cost spot with a great buzz during lunch hour.
Shirt from J.W.Anderson
Mules from Miu Miu at Net-a-Porter