Wisteria Wonder on the Amalfi Coast

One of the sweetest signs of spring on the Amalfi Coast is when the wisteria – or glicine as it’s called in Italian – begins to bloom. This usually happens in late March to April depending on the weather and where you’re at along the coastline. Usually, it blooms quite a bit earlier in Positano than in Ravello since it’s warmer there. For a dose of spring, here’s a look at some of the beautiful wisteria on the Amalfi Coast!

Strolling up the wisteria covered Via dei Mulini in Positano

Positano is a great spot to enjoy a springtime stroll through town while also catching the wisteria in bloom. It’s such a sweet scent that fills the air!

Gazing up at wisteria blooms in Positano

Walk along the main beach in Positano and follow the Via dei Mulini up to Pizza dei Mulini to spot the wisteria.

A pergola covered in wisteria in Ravello’s Villa Cimbrone

Ravello is another lovely spot to find wisteria in the spring. The Villa Cimbrone has several large pergolas covered with wisteria vines as well as the Avenue of Immensity leading to the Terrace of Infinity.

Heaps of gorgeous wisteria in the Villa Cimbrone gardens

While strolling through Ravello you’ll spot other pergolas of wisteria, including this lovely spot by the Hotel Rufolo with a view of the beautiful Villa Rufolo gardens.

Take a seat and admire the wisteria in Ravello

Enjoy strolling through the Villa Rufolo gardens while they come to life in the springtime with blossoms and freshly planted flowers.

So many pergolas of wisteria in Ravello!

We hope you enjoyed this little glimpse of wisteria on the Amalfi Coast. May your travels bring you to this beautiful part of Italy for a springtime boat excursion with Exclusive Cruises one day soon!

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