If there was only one place in the world I could re-visit over and over again, it would be the Amalfi Coast. That won’t surprise many of you who follow me on social media – I’m totally and utterly obsessed with the place – so I thought it was about time I shared a few photos of one particular location I fell in love with last year – picture perfect Positano.
Sorrento is my favourite holiday destination to date.
Over recent years, Sorrento has become a popular choice for tourists of all ages and it’s not hard to see why. Aside from sun and sea, it boasts the most beautiful views, delicious food and drink and the people are so so friendly. If you haven’t thought about visiting the Amalfi Coast before now, this post may tempt you.
I could get used to island life. Beautiful blues, breathtaking heights and dozens of boats bobbing along the water… It was my second visit to Capri in two years and second impressions proved to be just as good as the first.
A couple of days before our trip to Sorrento came to an end, we spent potentially the hottest day of the holiday in Pompeii. It was one of my favourite parts of history taught at school so I couldn’t wait to visit such a historic city!
As I looked back through my diary from my trip to Italy, I felt inspired to type up today’s Amalfi post in ‘diary’ format (expect lots of photos)…
It was a gorgeous sunny day in Sorrento, a perfect time to visit the beautiful island of Capri.
Spring has sprung, which means sunshine and warmer weather – yay! When the weather gets better I instantly get into holiday mode and yesterday it made me think about my favourite family holiday to date. Last May we visited Sorrento in Italy and I instantly fell in love with the place. The people, the food and drink, the culture – it felt homely and we were greeted with so many friendly faces.