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20 Best Amalfi Coast Beach Clubs

A bustling beach scene at a beach club in the Amalfi Coast with rows of blue and white umbrellas and loungers, a historic building perched atop an arch bridge, and mountains in the distance.

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Amalfi Coast is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. You MUST VISIT this beautiful slice of paradise to truly appreciate its beauty. Visiting a beach club should be a part of your itinerary to the Amalfi Coast. Spending a day at the beach club was one of the highlights of our time there. Amalfi Coast Beach Clubs are some of the most beautiful and exclusive beach clubs that offer an incredible experience with stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

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With a coastline dotted with luxurious, hip, and family-friendly beach clubs, finding the best Amalfi Coast beach club to enjoy your day can be overwhelming. But don’t fret, I’ve got you covered! Drawing from my firsthand experience and extensive research, I have included details of each beach club and personal insights. This post is a comprehensive guide designed to make your Amalfi Coast beach club experience as blissful as possible.

A lineup of vibrant orange beach umbrellas offering shade on a sunny day with a softly blurred background showcasing a mountainous landscape and the architecture of a coastal town.

Whether you’re looking to lounge in style, sip on a cool Aperol Spritz while taking in the breathtaking views, or simply want a comfortable spot for your family to enjoy the beach, this blogpost covers all the best beach clubs on Amalfi Coast and help you decide the best choice for you.

NOTE: While we try our best to provide all the information necessary for your visit, please note that details such as hours and fees are subject to change. We highly recommend that you confirm the details on the company’s website before visiting.

If you have never heard of a beach club in Italy, you are in for a pleasant surprise! Simply put, a beach club is a luxurious way of spending a day at the beach without worrying about finding a spot or the logistics. A beach club is a perfect place to spend your day at the beach. 

A beach club is usually managed by a private company or hotel and is a private beach with exclusive access to the guests. Beach clubs provide amenities such as comfortable sun loungers, swimming pools and access to private beach areas.

Most beach clubs also feature a restaurant and a bar, serving everything from light snacks to gourmet meals with gorgeous sea views. 

Visiting a beach club is part of the Amalfi Coast experience! Beach Clubs on Amalfi Coast are the best places to enjoy a day in the sun, swim in the crystal clear waters and enjoy panoramic views. If you want to have the perfect beach holiday, book your reservation at an Amalfi Coast Beach Club! Whether you stay in Positano or Amalfi or Capri, a visit to the beach club is a must on the Amalfi Coast. It could very well be the best part of your itinerary!

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Overlooking L'Incanto beach club, an idyllic coastal nook with blue umbrellas lining the shore, framed by the dramatic cliffside architecture of Positano.
Photo credit: L’Incanto Beach Resort

L’Incanto Beach Club on Marina Grande in Positano is one of the best beach clubs on Amalfi Coast. Marina Grande beach, also known as Spiaggia Grande (Large Beach), is the main beach of Positano, located in the southern part of the town. It’s an amazing beach with a gorgeous hillside backdrop where houses are built right on the cliffs. This is THE PLACE to be in Positano for the best views of the incredible cliffside houses of Positano. The main selling point of this beach club is the proximity to Marina Grande and direct access from Positano town center. 

Lido L’Incanto is a private beach that comes equipped with deckchairs, sunbeds, and beach umbrellas, ideal for a day of lounging under the Italian sun. The club ensures your utmost comfort with amenities like showers, changing cabins, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The beach club also houses a restaurant and a beach bar that serves delectable meals and drinks with sea views. Being on Spiaggia Grande, it also has a myriad of restaurant options available. 

The cost can vary depending on the season and the services you choose. The cost per lounger can start from anywhere from 70 Euros. It is advisable to contact the club directly for the most accurate information. 

HOW TO GET THERE:

If Positano is your home base in Amalfi Coast, you can reach the bagni on foot. It is right on the Spiaggia Grande, just below the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.

If you are coming from other towns, driving is an option but not recommended. Be aware that parking in Positano can be challenging due to its narrow, winding roads and limited parking spaces. Alternatively, local SITA bus services are available that can drop you close to the beach.

One of the most scenic and best ways to get to L’Incanto is by sea via a boat.

ADDRESS:

Via Marina Grande, 4 84017 Positano

PHONE: +39089811177

WEBSITE: https://www.lincantopositano.com/en/

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations are straightforward and can be made by booking online. Other options are emailing info@lincanto.com or calling the beach club +39089811177.

Secluded Arienzo beach club viewed from above, framed by lush foliage, showcasing neat rows of orange and white striped umbrellas on a sun-kissed, pebbly beach.
Photo credit: Arienzo Beach Club

Arienzo Beach Club is a popular and exclusive beach club in Positano, away from the crowded city center. Located on a secluded bay, this beach club is exclusive and perfect place to relax. It is a beautiful beach club with impeccable service. The orange sun beds of Arienzo beach club are iconic on Amalfi Coast and are Instagram worthy for sure!

Arienzo Beach Club operates from 10 AM to 6 PM, with the restaurant open from 12 PM to 3:30 PM. This luxurious beach club offers professional beach waiter service, a wide selection of signature cocktails, champagne, wine, beer, and delicious food accompanied by great music.

Each booking includes a sun bed with a mattress, a beach umbrella (for every two sunbeds), a towel, a bottle of water, a starter, and a main course. Optional extras include welcome bottles to share. 

Arienzo beach club is also one of the most expensive beach clubs with reservations starting at €235.

HOW TO GET THERE:

Bagni d’Arienzo Beach Club can be accessed by private boat ride. The shuttle boat stops at Lucibello Company pier on the main beach of Positano. Note that there might be a long queue to board the complementary shuttle during peak season. You have an option to arrange your own water-taxi as well. 

The beach club is also accessible by foot. The stairs to the club are located just a few meters past the entrance to Villa Tre Ville and it is just a short walk from there.

ADDRESS:

Via Arienzo, 16, 84017 Positano SA

PHONE: +39 089 812002

WEBSITE: https://www.arienzobeachclub.com/

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made through their website, via watsapp +39089812002 and email reservation@arienzobeachclub.com.

Vibrant scene at Laurito beach club featuring clusters of blue umbrellas on a pebbly shore, with a quaint white building nestled against a backdrop of steep, green-clad cliffs.
Photo credit: Laurito Beach Club

Laurito Beach Club, previously known as Treville Beach Club, is a serene beach club in a picturesque corner of Positano’s coast. It provides a peaceful and private experience to its guests. The small pebbly beach is a great place to have a quiet beach day. Laurito Beach Club has one of the best views of the sea and the blue waters. The club offers 3-star accommodations with picturesque views, and features amenities such as a lounge, terrace, and restaurant.

The cost per bed at Laurito Beach Club, which includes a towel and an umbrella, starts around €100-120. Although there is an on-site restaurant, it is quite expensive and the food is not so great. I highly recommend the adjacent Da Adolfo for a more satisfying lunch.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The beach club can be accessed by a 10-minute shuttle boat service from the Positano’s main beach. It can also be accessed by a staircase from the main road in the Laurito district. 

ADDRESS:

 Via Laurito, 24, 84017 Positano SA

PHONE: +39 089 811580

WEBSITE: https://www.lauritobeach.com/

RESERVATIONS:

To secure a spot at this beach club, reservations can be made on their website. I highly recommend getting there by 10am to get the best spot.

Da Adolfo beach club offers a relaxed atmosphere with white umbrellas, sun loungers on the pebbly beach, and a rustic restaurant nestled against the rugged cliff face.
Photo credit: Da Adolfo

Da Adolfo Beach Club is a restaurant and a beach club on Laurito beach next to the Laurito Beach Club. 

Da Adolfo offers beach chair and umbrella rentals, with some of the most affordable beachside loungers in Positano at just €8-10 per day.

The club’s restaurant starts serving lunch at 1pm, offering a range of signature dishes. A few must try dishes are the grilled octopus, baked mozzarella wrapped in lemon leaves, and the tempting pasta dishes like Vongole and Lobster, Pesto with green chili pepper. For those who choose to stay only for lunch, be aware that the free boats back to Positano do not start until 4pm, If you wish to leave earlier, you can arrange a water taxi to pick you up. The is one of my favorite places to dine at and enjoy the beach.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The beach club’s boat picks you up from Positano’s ferry dock, with boats every 30 minutes. Look for the red fish sign on the boat. 

You can also reach via staircase from the state road. 

ADDRESS:

Via Laurito, 40, 84017 Positano, (SA)

PHONE: +39 089 875022

WEBSITE: http://www.daadolfo.com/

RESERVATIONS:

Da Adolfo beach club only takes phone reservations but often don’t answer their phone. To ensure your spot at this sought-after location, have your hotel make the reservation on your behalf (as early as possible). If you plan to spend full day, make sure to book both the beach chairs and lunch.

Aerial view of La Scogliera beach resort with striped blue and white umbrellas and a rustic terrace perched on the rocky Amalfi coast, overlooking a beach dotted with sunbathers.
Photo credit: La Scogliera beach resort

La Scogliera beach resort is one of the most beautiful places with best views of the dramatic cliffs of Positano. 

With its stunning location, La Scogliera offers an exclusive beach experience with some of the best views of Positano. For a cost of 100-150 Euros per day, guests can rent a bed which comes with a towel and a water bottle. 

The club also features a restaurant, though the food and service can be hit or miss. Despite these, the breathtaking views alone are worth the cost. 

HOW TO GET THERE:

La Scogliera beach resort is just a 5 minute walk from Marina Grande in Positano. 

ADDRESS:

 Via Marina Campagna 4, Positano (SA)

PHONE: +39 089 9243096

WEBSITE: https://lascoglierapositano.com/en/

RESERVATIONS:

You can make the reservation through their website.

Golden hour at the beach club of Il San Pietro di Positano, with rows of tangerine loungers facing the serene sea, under a fringe of straw umbrellas, with the cliffside town silhouette in the background.
Photo credit: Il San Pietro di Positano

Il San Pietro Beach Club is probably the most luxurious and exclusive beach clubs of all the beach clubs on Amalfi Coast. 

It is the only hotel in Positano with direct access to a private beach. The beach club, nestled in a natural cove surrounded by crystal clear waters, is exclusively for guests.

Il San Pietro hotel is a luxury 5 star hotel and offers a range of amenities, including a beach club and swimming pool on the terrace with the best views of the Amalfi Coast. Each guest room comes with a private terrace overlooking the coast, and the hotel also houses a Michelin-starred restaurant.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The hotel and its beach club can be accessed by boat or car.

ADDRESS:

 Via Laurito, 2, 84017 Positano SA

PHONE: +39 089 9243096

WEBSITE: https://www.ilsanpietro.com/

RESERVATIONS:

To make a reservation, you can visit their websiteNote that the beach club is exclusively for hotel guests only but the hotel itself is a highly recommended stay on Amalfi Coast.

unbathers relax under colorful blue and orange striped umbrellas on a pebble beach with the calm blue sea in the background and a cliff dotted with greenery.

Pupetto Beach Club is a great beach club and a hidden gem in Positano, located directly on the Fornillo beach. The club offers its guests a range of amenities for a relaxing day of sunbathing, and relaxation.

At the Pupetto Cafe, guests can enjoy food, drinks, and wi-fi, making it a perfect spot for both leisure and work. The cost of day beds ranges around €70-80.

HOW TO GET THERE:

To reach Pupetto Beach Club, guests need to head to Fornillo Beach from the main road. 

ADDRESS:

 Via Fornillo 41 Fornillo beach, 84017, Positano (SA)

PHONE: +39 089 875087

WEBSITE: https://www.pupettobeachclub.it/

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be make through their website.

Note that although the club welcomes walk-in guests, prior reservation is advised to secure a spot, especially during high season.

One Fire Beach Club, on Gavitella beach in Praiano, is an ideal place to spend the day soaking up the sun and enjoying the vibrant atmosphere. 

For €40 per person, guests are provided with a sun bed, a glass of Prosecco, and a serving of olives and crackers. 

The highlight of this club is the watermelon party that starts late afternoon around 4 o’clock. This unique tradition involves cutting up watermelons and dancing, creating a fun-filled atmosphere that sets One Fire Beach Club apart. With its mix of relaxation and entertainment, One Fire Beach Club offers a truly unique beach experience on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The beach club can be reached by water taxi or by foot from Praiano.

ADDRESS:

Via Gavitella, 1, 84010 Praiano SA

PHONE: +39 338 350 8555

WEBSITE: https://www.instagram.com/onefirebeach/?hl=en

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made online through their website. 

Right next door to One Fire Beach Club is La Gavitella beach club and restaurant. You have the option to book that one if One Fire does not have any spots.

Nestled between Conca dei Marini and Praiano, it is one of the best beaches in a hidden cove. Instead of umbrellas, you will be greeted by boats docked here. It serves as a fishing village and you can spots the nets hanging around.

This beach is one of the best beaches and has a great restaurant with amazing views – Il Pirata restaurant.

It is technically not a beach club, but you have an option to bring your own towel or rent sun loungers and an umbrella for €45.

ADDRESS:

Via Praia, Praiano SA, Italy

RESERVATIONS: NA

Seaside view of Santa Croce beach with red-orange umbrellas and matching sun loungers on a rocky shore, clear blue waters in the foreground, and boats leisurely passing by
Photo credit: Santa Croce Ristorante

Santa Croce Beach Club is a hidden gem on the Amalfi Coast. The beach club features two restaurants, Ristorante da Teresa and Ristorante Santa Croce, both offering stunning beachfront views. 

The cost for renting two sunbeds and an umbrella is €25, which also includes the boat ride. Despite its rocky terrain, the beach is family-friendly and offers a great atmosphere for all ages.

Whether you’re looking to dine by the sea or unwind on a sunbed with stunning views, Santa Croce Beach Club provides an idyllic setting for a great day on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The beach club is only accessible by sea, adding to its charm and exclusivity.

They provide a complimentary boat transport service from the port of Amalfi for visitors coming for a meal or to spend the day at the beach.

ADDRESS:

Spiaggia di Santa Croce, 1, 84011 Amalfi (SA)

PHONE: +39 089 831237

WEBSITE: https://ristorantesantacroce.business.site/

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations for the restaurant and sun beds can be made through their website.

Lido degli Artisti in Amalfi under a cloud-speckled blue sky, featuring pristine white umbrellas and loungers on a pebbly beach, with the Mediterranean's azure waters stretching into the horizon.
Photo credit: Lido degli Artisti

Lido degli Artisti in Il Duoglio Spiaggia is one of the best places in Amalfi for spending the day at the beach. Lido degli Artisti is well-equipped with dining tables, sun loungers, and even kayaks for adventurous souls. 

For food lovers, it boasts an excellent seafood restaurant that is one of the best restaurants in Amalfi. The restaurant I Due Scugnizzi offers delicious seafood and fresh fish.

If you are staying in Amalfi, I highly recommend visiting this beach club.

HOW TO GET THERE:

walk down the staircase at Strada Statale Amalfitana “163” or by sea from Amalfi Darsena Pier.

ADDRESS:

Spiaggia Duoglio Imbarco Molo Darsena Amalfi Centro, 84011 Amalfi SA

PHONE: +39 331 996 5635

WEBSITE: https://lidodegliartisti.com/

RESERVATIONS:

Book online on their website.

Lido di Ravello Beach Club is a hidden gem on the Amalfi Coast. If you’re staying in the nearby town of Atrani, this beach club is a quieter, serene alternative to the main beach of Atrani. 

The beach club is nestled between two free sections of the beach, providing a secluded and tranquil experience. Lido di Ravello is beautiful and clean with crystal clear waters

For about €45, visitors can enjoy access to two chairs and an umbrella, clean bathrooms, showers, and changing rooms.

The club also has a café where you can indulge in a cup of coffee or a snack. With its easy accessibility, excellent facilities, and peaceful ambiance, Lido di Ravello Beach Club is a top choice to visit on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

You can reach it by taking the public transport with stop at Bivio Castiglione, followed by a brief but steep walk.

ADDRESS:

Strada Statale Amalfitana, 13, 84010 Castiglione SA

PHONE: +39 392 579 9151

WEBSITE: https://www.instagram.com/lidodiravello/?hl=en

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made via WhatsApp chat or through Instagram DMs.

Sunset at Marinella beach club where the sky meets the calm sea, with light grey umbrellas closed for the day and loungers inviting relaxation on the pebbly shore.
Photo credit: Marinella Beach Club

Marinella Beach Club is one of the few establishments on the Amalfi Coast with a private beach exclusively for its guests. If you want privacy, exclusivity and a luxury beach club experience, I highly recommend staying at Borgo Santandrea hotel and enjoy their private beach.

The club offers a wide range of amenities including sunbeds, umbrellas, and towels for a comfortable beach experience. For the more adventurous, they also offer water sports. 

After a day of fun in the sun, guests can relax and dine at the Beach Bar and Restaurant, which serves an array of delicious meals and refreshing beverages.

With its combination of comfort, luxury, and breathtaking views, Marinella Beach Club offers an unforgettable beach experience on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

Hotel can be reached by car or local transport services. 

The beach club can be accessed through a walk in the garden or elevator that takes you directly to the beach club.

ADDRESS:

Via Giovanni Augustariccio, 33, 84011 Amalfi SA

PHONE: +39 089 831148

WEBSITE: https://borgosantandrea.it/beach-club/private-beach/

RESERVATIONS:

Private beach club exclusive to guests only. 

Clear turquoise waters lap against a pebble-covered shore with a blue boat named Ristorante Zeffiro moored nearby. In the background, rugged cliffs adorned with greenery and a quaint building overlook the serene Mediterranean setting.
Photo credit: Ristorante Zeffiro

Zeffiro Sereno Beach Club is another hidden gem located in the charming town of Conca Dei Marini. This beach club is accessible only by sea.

Zeffiro Sereno Beach Club ensures a comfortable experience with an option to reserve a spot on the beach for €30, which includes two sun loungers and an umbrella. 

The club is also home to a casual restaurant, where you can enjoy fresh and delicious local cuisine while taking in the stunning views of the coastline. It is an unforgettable beach experience on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

The club offers a shuttle service from Conca dei Marini or Amalfi town.

Alternatively, you can arrange a private boat trip from Marina di Praia for €85.

ADDRESS:

Vine Beach, 84011 Amalfi SA

PHONE: +39 333 488 5203

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made via phone call, Facebook direct message, or WhatsApp.

Riva Beach Club at Giardini del Fuenti is a luxurious beach club near Salerno. Nestled between Vietri sul Mare and Cetara, this picturesque club offers an unmatched beach vibes on the Amalfi Coast.

Riva Beach Club offers two experiences for its guests. The sun umbrella package, starting at €45, includes a beach towel, a refreshing soft drink, changing room, shower and a parking spot.

For a more indulgent experience, the cabana option provides a bottle of Prosecco, two beach towels, a selection of fresh fruits, changing rooms, showers and a parking spot.

This beach club is well-equipped with a restaurant and bar service and kayaks for those who’d like to venture out into the sea. 

HOW TO GET THERE:

Drive down the winding coastal road or choose public transportation that services the area. Parking spots are available on the property.

ADDRESS:

S.S. 163 Amalfitana km 47+300, Vietri sul Mare – 84019 Salerno

PHONE: +39 089 21 0653

WEBSITE: Riva Beach Club

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made online on their website or by calling them directly.

A breathtaking view of Conca del Sogno, with white sunbeds and umbrellas on a rocky outcrop overlooking the sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, boats anchored in the calm bay
Photo credit: Conca del Sogno

Conca del Sogno Beach Club is a beautiful beach club located in Nerano near Sorrento.

This beach club sits on Recommone beach, a charming spot tucked away between Marina del Cantone and the Crapolla fjord.

It features a sea-facing terrace equipped with ladders for direct sea access and an additional beach area below. Due to its rocky terrain and cliffs, the beach club may not be suitable for children.

Conca del Sogno is home to an exceptional restaurant known for its incredible seafood and pasta dishes. 

This exclusive club promises an incredible experience of luxury and relaxation in one of the most stunning locations on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

For those traveling by car, you can exit the A3 Napoli Salerno motorway at Castellamare di Stabia and follow the signs for the Sorrento peninsula. Alternatively, it can be accessed through the sea by boat.

ADDRESS:

Via Amerigo Vespucci 25, 80061 Nerano, Italy

PHONE: +39 081 808 1036

WEBSITE: https://www.concadelsogno.it/en/beach

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations can be made by calling +39 0818081036 or online through their website.

Otium Spa is a wellness retreat in Minori on the Amalfi Coast. Overlooking the beach, the spa adds a relaxing touch to your Amalfi Coast vacation.

This unique wellness experience is inspired by the bathing rituals of Ancient Romans and combines it with modern luxury.

Beach chair rentals start around €20. The spa has cool features like ordering drink through Watsapp without interruptions.

Otium Spa also hosts a wellness center offering  massages.

Whether you’re looking to soak up the sun or unwind with a soothing massage, Otium Spa offers a unique blend of beachside leisure and wellness therapies, making it a must-visit destination on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

You can drive down the winding coastal road or opt for public transportationParking spots are available on the property.

ADDRESS:

C.so Vittorio Emanuele, 47, 84010 Minori SA

PHONE: +39 089 853855

WEBSITE: https://www.villaromanahotels.com/en/villa-romana/hotel-with-spa-minori/otium-spa-mare

RESERVATIONS:

Reservations for the spa or beach services can be made by calling +39 089 853855.

An elegant beachfront setting with chic wicker furniture under stylish straw umbrellas, a lone palm tree adding a tropical touch against the backdrop of a calm sea.
Photo credit: Maya Beach Experience

The Maya Beach Experience is a luxurious club situated in Massa Lubrense, between the cliffs of the Amalfi and Sorrento Coasts

One of the best places to witness the sunset, Maya Beach Experience lets you soak in breathtaking views of the Sea. Not only does it boast a stunning swimming pool, but it also provides a vibrant nightlife with music and parties that continue into the night.

With its blend of luxury, relaxation, and entertainment, Maya Beach Experience promises an unforgettable stay on the Amalfi Coast.

HOW TO GET THERE:

Located at the foot of a challenging spiral road, the resort mitigates any transportation difficulties by providing a complimentary shuttle service for round trips to the top.

The resort also offers a shuttle bus service from Sorrento hotels at €10 per person each way.

ADDRESS:

Via Villazzano, 3, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA

PHONE: +39 081 878 9666

WEBSITE: https://www.mayabeachexperience.com/

RESERVATIONS:

To make a reservation, guests can visit their website or call directly.

Marameo beach in Sorrento with white and teal umbrellas and sun loungers on a pier extending into the clear blue waters, backed by towering cliffs with lush greenery and historic buildings
Photo credit: Marameo Beach Club

The Marameo Beach Club is an iconic establishment in Sorrento’s Marina Piccola.

One of the oldest beach clubs, Marameo Beach Club has recently undergone a renovation to offer an array of great services. 

It boasts 30 changing cabins, unique floating sunbeds, oversized loungers including king size beds and a private area featuring a Jacuzzi.

It is just a stone’s throw away from the historic center of Sorrento and offers breathtaking views of Vesuvio. 

Sunbeds are available at a cost of €12 each, offering a clean and comfortable spot for sunbathing and relaxation.

HOW TO GET THERE:

It can be easily accessed by road or public transport.

ADDRESS:

Spiaggia san francesco – 80067 Sorrento

PHONE: +39 081 878 3381

WEBSITE: https://www.marameobeach.com/en/

RESERVATIONS:

To make a reservation, reach out to +39 333 198 29 42 via Watsapp.

If you plan to take a day trip or a boat tour of Capri, you can check out incredible Capri beach clubs like La Fontelina, Il Riccio Beach Club and others.

Booking a spot at a beach club on the Amalfi Coast requires a bit of planning, especially during the peak summer months. Here’s a step-by-step guide to ensure you secure your perfect spot under the Italian sun.

  • Make sure you check the location, amenities and accessibility to ensure it meets your needs.
  • Check availability and services on the beach club’s website and BOOK EARLY. For the summer season, it’s advisable to book several weeks or even months in advance.
  • If the club does not offer online booking options, the best way to make your reservation is to book via email or phone. 
  • The most exclusive beach clubs on Amalfi Coast might need a deposit to book your spot. Check the refund policy.
  • Confirm Your Booking a few weeks or days before your trip.
  • Be Flexible with Dates. If your preferred beach club is fully booked, consider visiting on a weekday.
  • Plan Your Arrival. Some beach clubs are accessible only by boat or have specific instructions for arrival. 

Some of the most luxurious beach clubs in Capri and Amalfi Coast can charge over €100 per person! Some exclusive clubs charge even higher. However, beach clubs like Da Adolfo, Lido di Ravello charge less than €50.

Costs to consider for a day at a beach clubs:

  • Entry fee, parking and transportation costs, if any.
  • Sun loungers or umbrellas can vary from around €25 to €100 or more per person
  • For more privacy and comfort, Cabanas and Premium Options can cost anywhere from €100 to over €300 per day.
  • Food and Beverages can cost from €25 to €200.
A bustling beach scene on the Amalfi Coast with rows of blue and white umbrellas and loungers, a historic building perched atop an arch bridge, and mountains in the distance.

Most beach clubs have a relaxed yet refined dress code during the day. In the evening, it gets more formal.

It is always a good idea to check the beach club’s website or contact them directly for specific dress code requirements before your visit.

Daytime Attire

  • Swimwear
  • Cover ups
  • Sandals or flip-flops
  • Sunglasses
  • Wide-brimmed hat 
  • Beach bag

Carry these essential Items for a comfortable time at the beach club.

  • Beach wear, sun protection, footwear.
  • Books, sun glasses
  • A portable charger
  • Camera
  • Cash and credit cards

While most beach clubs are private, there are a few that stand out as the most exclusive and luxurious. Arienzo beach club, La Scogliera, Il San Pietro di Positano in Positano, La Fontelina in Capri, Maya Beach Experience in Sorrento and Marinella Beach Club in Conca dei Marini are some of the most exclusive beach clubs in Amalfi Coast.

The Amalfi Coast’s beach clubs epitomize the ultimate seaside luxury. They offer a blend of natural beauty, Italian elegance, and exceptional service. From hidden coves nestled beneath Positano’s cliffs to the vibrant atmosphere of Sorrento and Capri, each club offers a unique experience. Whether it is lounging by the turquoise waters, enjoying gourmet local cuisine, or savoring cocktails at sunset, you are in for an incredible time.

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I am Aswani Kurra. I am a luxury travel expert and a Certified Sommelier who traveled extensively in Italy and the Mediterranean and lived in multiple countries including the state of California for 15 years. Join me as I share luxurious itineraries and bucketlist destinations from vineyards of California to the rolling hills of Tuscany, sweeping views of the Amalfi Coast and more.

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