Amalfi Coast in Spring?
Is it worth to visit Italy in spring? Spring for sure is a charming period of the year with a renovated life blooming everywhere.
It’s easy to understand why Amalfi Coastline is called the most beautiful in Italy and during the spring period the crystal clear water and the quaint villages for many people are even more enjoyable than in summer!
You probably know that the high season in Amalfi Coast covers the months between June and September. During that time the narrow streets of Amalfi Coast are clogged with traffic and prices are more expensive, there are many good sides in visiting Amalfi Coast in Spring.
Weather in Spring in Amalfi Coast
In springtime hotels are incredibly cheaper while weather is already really pleasant and it’s a likable situation to swim in the sea in April or May.
The fresh air sparks scent of flowers and the sunlight is perfect for sunbathing!
Spring offers many activities like hiking or having walking tours without the negative sides given by hot weather. Enjoying the magnificent spots of Amalfi Coast without your ice cream melting before you say “Buongiorno” can be very nice and exciting don’t you think?
Another positive side:
The joy of spring
From March to May the season is quite and locals are buzzing with the euphoria of spring. You can fell strongly the enthusiasm and the vivaciouness of the coast and have a bigger bite of the local life.
In addition on the Coast everything seems magical in springtime: the landscape is colored with the bright purple and pink of roses and cyclamen flowers. Thyme and other herbs brings a new fragrance in the air.
Enjoying the local architecture and artwork
In Amalfi Coast you can find more than natural landscapes: there are many building of splendid architecture! Not that you couldn’t visit them in summertime, but sometimes having to jostle for space to get a view of something can be frustrating, and during summer Amalfi Coast can be very crowded.
So if you haven’t already, you should definitely consider living your spring dream in Amalfi Coast!