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itinerary suggestions (2) days for central-southern coastal region of Italy

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We (three adults and two teenage girls) are planning a 15 day trip through Italy the last week of June and first week of July.. To date I booked three nights in Rome; two nights in Southern Tuscany; two nights in Florence; and six nights in Bari (my husband has a conference there).

We have two days left in Italy before flying out of Rome in the morning. We planned to do a night in Amalfi, and drive north to Rome and spend the last night in proximity of the Rome airport. The snag I am finding is that securing an Amalfi accommodation is rough (too short a stay during high season).

I am looking for an alternative itinerary for the last leg of the trip. Any suggestions? We'd be interested in any sort of quaint coastal town -off the beaten path (although I know this may may impossible during high season).

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