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Help with itinerary in Southern Italy in Maye

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My family will be taking a vacation mid May to Southern Italy. We will be 6 (4 young adults in mid to late 20's) and my husband and I. Slight possibility we will be 4 which will make the driving easier in a small car. We will be flying in and out of Rome on May 11th departing on May 22.
I am thinking of going to Naples, Amalfi Coast, Matera and parts of Puglia with a bit of time in Rome at start and finish.
-I am not sure which route to follow - Rome/ Puglia/Matera/Amalfi/ Naples/Rome or reverse;
-where to stay as base in Puglia? which towns to visit? thinking an apartment for 6 may be a good option for Puglia and Amalfi
-how long in each destination? I am thinking one night Rome at start, 3 nights Puglia, one Matera, 3 Amalfi, 1-2 Naples, 1-2 Rome at end of trip.
- transportation- train Rome/Naples or reverse; is it too hard to drive a van to say Positano so should we be looking at a transfer with guide to Pompeii.
We like hiking, visit interesting places, eating, cooking......A cooking class would be great but they look incredibly pricey.

I hope you can help me with this trip as I want to start making reservations.....
Thanks!

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