Introducing holidays to Maiori
The picture-postcard seaside town of Maiori sits on the gorgeous Amalfi Coast in Italy. Set at the mouth of a river, and flanked by craggy hills and cliffs, it has a pretty port and the longest beach on this craggy stretch of coastline. Maiori has been a popular summer retreat since Roman times, and encapsulates all the best of this enchanting region, with medieval churches, wonderful restaurants, stunning walks, and, of course, a long beach. It’s a fantastic base for exploring this region, whether you want to visit the enchanting towns of Positano, Amalfi or Sorrento, stroll around the remarkable ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, or climb Vesuvius to soak up the tremendous views.
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Your guide to Maiori holidays
Maiori, a tranquil village on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, has been enchanting travellers since Roman times. This charming seaside town spills down the steep cliffs to a pretty harbour and the longest beach on this stunning stretch of coastline. Above it looms the highest peak in the area, perfect for hiking, and the village boasts enticing medieval streets and ancient churches. All the highlights of the Amalfi Coast are within easy reach, whether you want to mingle with the jet set in the beautiful towns of Positano, Sorrento or Amalfi, explore the ancient ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum, or hike up the volcanic peak of Vesuvius.
The charm of the Amalfi Coast is its rugged beauty, with tumbling cliffs falling steeply into an azure sea. There are scores of enchanting little coves but few beaches on this world-famous coastline – and the longest stretch of sand is found in Maiori. It’s almost a kilometre long, and slopes gently into turquoise waters. Most of the beach is taken up with ‘private beaches’ belonging to the bars and restaurants, but there are public sections at either end. The private beaches have lots of sun beds and parasols for rent, and offer a range of services, from food and drink to kayak rental. It’s a very popular spot for families, thanks to the clean, shallow waters and excellent facilities.
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