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Amalfi Coast with Kids- Where to stay?

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Hello! In need of help. We are in the very beginning planning stages of planning our Italy trip for 2016. We plan to go in early June. There will be 5 of us- me, my husband, my 65 year old father (in great shape) and my 2 daughters (will be ages 3 and 5).

I know that the Amalfi Coast will be a challenge with children, but this is a once in a lifetime trip and not sure if/when we will be returning. So we really wanted to include it in our itinerary. We plan to visit the Amalfi Coast for 4 or 5 nights.

I would love any suggestions for where to stay- what parts of town may be best- or even outside of the center of town where it may be more flat for the kids. My kids love the beach and the pool, so access to either one, or both would be great. And the adults are of course looking for an authentic Amalfi Coast experience- exploring, dining, seeing the sights etc. I am a photographer and am also looking forward to wandering with my camera. I think we are realistic in knowing we wont see everything with the kids in tow and may be limited.

Thanks in advance for your help, it is appreciated!!

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