Must-Go 5 Michelin Restaurants In The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is renowned for its stunning scenery and delicious cuisine. While there are many excellent restaurants in the region, here you can find five notable Michelin-starred restaurants that offer exquisite dining experiences. Book your perfect stay in a luxury villa with breathtaking view while visit the Amalfi Coast. Discover the following restaurants for an unforgettable authentic culinary experience.

The Amalfi Coast view coastline
The Amalfi Coast

Top 5 Must-Go Michelin Stars restaurants in The Amalfi Coast:

  1. Don Alfonso 1890 (Two Michelin Stars) Located in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi. Don Alfonso 1890 is famous for the innovative Mediterranean cuisine. The menu features locally sourced ingredients, and the restaurant offers breathtaking views of the coastline.
  2. Quattro Passi (Two Michelin Stars) Situated in Nerano. Quattro Passi is a great choice for seafood dishes with authentic recipes. The restaurant's terrace overlooks the crystal-clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  3. Zass (One Michelin Star) Nestled within the luxurious Palazzo Avino hotel in Ravello. Zass boasts one Michelin star and serves a blend of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist. Diners can savour their meals while enjoying panoramic views of the Amalfi Coast.
  4. Il Flauto di Pan (One Michelin Star) Set in the heart of Amalfi. Il Flauto di Pan offers you a unique dining experience. The restaurant's intimate setting and meticulously crafted dishes, often inspired by traditional Amalfi Coast recipes, make it a Michelin-starred gem.
  5. Torre del Saracino (Two Michelin Stars) Located in Marina d'Equa. Torre del Saracino serves you impeccable and creative culinary dishes. Therefore, one of the finest dining establishments on the Amalfi Coast.


When is the best time to visit the Amalfi Coast?

The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is during the late spring (April to June) and early fall (September to October) when the weather is pleasant, and the crowds are fewer.

What are the must-visit towns on the Amalfi Coast?

Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, and Sorrento are iconic towns known for their stunning landscapes, charming streets, and cultural richness. See the map of the Amalfi Coast here.

How can I get to the Amalfi Coast?

The nearest airports are Naples International Airport and Salerno Costa d'Amalfi Airport. From there, you can take NCG private transfers to reach the coast.

What are the best activities on the Amalfi Coast?

NCG customs experiences for its high-profile clientele, like: unique memorable hikes with stunning views of the coastline and surrounding landscapes, exclusive historic cathedrals, relax on beautiful beach clubs, local cuisine with lemon-infused dishes and fresh local tomatoes for a sustainable experience.

Do you offer boat tours available along the coast?

Yes, NCG boat tours are popular for exploring hidden coves, grottoes, and the coastline. We provide breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast from the sea.

What is the local cuisine like?

The local cuisine is characterized by fresh seafood, pasta, and dishes infused with local lemons and tomatoes. Don't miss trying limoncello, a lemon-flavored liqueur, spaghetti al pomodoro, spaghetti alle vongole and much more!

Is it possible to visit the Amalfi Coast on a day trip?

While a day trip can provide a glimpse, we recommend to spend at least a few days to fully experience the beauty and charm of the Amalfi Coast. See the map of the Amalfi Coast.

Best Places to Visit on the Amalfi Coast


  • Highlights: Amalfi Cathedral, Paper Mill Museum, and the charming Piazza del Duomo.


  • Highlights: The colourful houses on the cliffside, Spiaggia Grande beach, and the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.


  • Highlights: Villa Rufolo with its stunning gardens, Villa Cimbrone, and Ravello Festival if visiting during the summer.


  • Highlights: Piazza Tasso, Sorrento Cathedral, and a visit to Marina Grande for fresh seafood.

Capri (accessible from the Amalfi Coast):

  • Highlights: Blue Grotto, Villa San Michele, and the Gardens of Augustus.


  • Highlights: A charming and less crowded town with a picturesque beach and the Church of San Salvatore de' Birecto.


  • Highlights: The Fjord of Furore, a dramatic gorge with a bridge, and the hidden fishing village.
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Map Of The Amalfi Coast

September 13, 2023

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