Voyager Club’s Guide To The Amalfi Coast, Ischia And Capri

Voyager Club’s Guide To The Amalfi Coast, Ischia And Capri

One of Europe’s most exquisite and beautiful coastlines, nestled in Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, The Amalfi Coast and islands of Capri and Ischia offer incredible scenic views, delicious Italian cuisine and some of the best hotels in the world…La Dolce Vita!




Where to stay…

Monastero Santa Rosa

This is one of Voyager Club’s favourite Hidden Gems. A refurbished, 17th century monastery with breathtaking views and that oozes luxury. With just 20 rooms and suites, this exclusive hotel is one of the most idyllic locations on the Amalfi Coast.

The stunning infinity pool, overlooking Amalfi Coast, is one of the idyllic places to sip fresh italian lemonade or a cocktail. Guests can enjoy the incredible spa with a full treatments and amenities from thermal baths to hydro pool and tepidarium. Positano is 25 minutes away, perfect for day trips or dinner. If not to stay… why not eat in Santa Rosa’s Michelin- Starred restaurant Il Refetiorio?

Where to Eat…

Conca del Sogno

One of the best beach club’s located along the coast in Nerano, Conca del Sogno is exactly what it says…a dream!  Spend the day here…enjoy lazy afternoons on the beach swimming in the emerald sea and enjoying views of the Mediterranean. You can arrive both by car or boat and the Nerano pasta is a must!

Franco’s Bar and Da Vincenzo

For an aperitivo watching the sunset and the beautiful pink light of Positano, head to Franco’s bar and enjoy cocktails on the Italian terrace, with vibrant colours and exceptional views of the Amalfi… for amore or for amici! For dinner head to Da Vincenzo, Positano.




Where to stay…


This hidden gem hotel, located on the sister Island to Capri, (Ischia) is the true meaning of La Dolce Vita. With more style than style, a beach club that rivals La Fontelina, thermals baths that detox your mind and body and spaghetti pomodoro which is out of this world. Set between the sky and sea of Ischia with a private bay and beach it is located just 18 miles from Naples and a short boat ride from Capri.  The hotel and thermal spa is seriously stylish with 57 rooms and suites located within the 16th Century watch tower and scattered within private cottages on the 7 hectare estate.

Where to Eat…

Il Saturnino

This restaurant is really is a ‘hidden gem’. Located on the waters edge in Forio, Ischia, Il Saturnino is very simple in design but the food is exceptional, using only seasonal ingredients. It’s one of those restaurants you might not stumble along and that is its beauty. Don’t except glitzy Capri but a new understated kind of luxury…




Where to stay…

Capri Tiberio Palace

Perhaps the chicest boutique hotel on Capri… The stylish interiors by Giampiero Panepinto do not disappoint. Perfectly suited away from the hustle and bustle but five minutes walk from the main square, the famous Piazzetta. Offering 6 different room categories as well as the new ultra exclusive Villa Mediterana. Guests can enjoy the fabulous inside outside pool, terrace cocktails and Tiberio Spa. Perks include fresh lemonade on arrival and complementary foot massages in the afternoons.

Where to Eat…

La Fontelina

Famous for its blue parasols and possibility one of the best locations in Europe,  La Fontelina is a Capri must. To get to this blue parasol jewel you must either arrive by boat (the chicer option) or walk down the coastal path overlooking the bay where you work up an appetite for lunch. It is almost a right of passage and it definitely needs to be on your itinerary.

Da Paolino

Voyager Club’s favourite restaurant for dinner in Capri…. eat under the lemon trees whilst enjoying some of the best food on the island. The strozzapreti con zucchini e gamberi simply delicious. The display of dolci is to die for. You will return feeling a mixture between extremely full and exceedingly happy and ready to dance it off at anema e core.

Where to Shop…

Some of our favourite places to shop is to explore the boutiques in Positano and Capri… there is so much to offer from lace, jewellery and shoes to ceramics and homeware. Voyager Club Capri tip- after a day at the beach, wander down to the Piazzetta and have a pair of bespoke sandals handmade in-front of you by one of the incredible craftsmen, whilst of course, enjoying a gelato!


All can be arranged through Voyager Club including hotels, villas and bespoke itineraries. Voyager Club fulfils requests for couples, families and friends however diverse, making the impossible possible.