The Amalfi Coast is simply stunning, time to kick start your dreams of a gluten free Amalfi adventure. A glorious region in Southern Italy, with beautiful towns scattered along a rugged coastline. It’s all spectacular views, lemon groves, azure seas and, of course, plenty of gluten free food!
This gluten free Amalfi Coast guide is the perfect place to start planning your next Italian adventure. And while there are plenty of coeliac friendly restaurants dotted around, it helps to know where to look.
While we were on holiday in the region I was able to test some of these places personally. However, I can only eat a certain amount :D, so I have also included well-reviewed eateries and other locations that are coeliac friendly or recommended by the AIC, the Italian Coeliac Society.
My gluten free Amalfi Coast guide is broken down by town, to make it easy to navigate. Covering various gluten free options in:
- Vetri Sul Mare
- Marina del Cantone
And if you are visiting as part of a larger Italy trip, have a read of my Gluten Free Italy Country Guide. I’ve general advice and tips for travelling as a coeliac in Italy, plus a large number of city guides.
Sorrento Gluten Free
For Sorrento, have a read of my full Gluten Free Sorrento Guide. Because I found so many options there I had to write a dedicated guide! One of my favourite places to eat there was the Foreigner’s Club – just look at these profiteroles.
Positano Gluten Free
A stunning town with colourful painted houses and pebble beach, Positano lovely town to stop for lunch during your Amalfi coast trip.
With a stunning terrace overlooking the ocean, the bar and restaurant at Hotel Poseido is a great spot for aperitivo. Or for a full evening meal or lunch. Their website mentions that they offer various gluten free, coeliac friendly options and if you pre-book even gluten free aperitivo (an early evening drink with selection of nibbles – an Italian tradition). You need to book in advance.
A lifestyle store and airy cafe that is a perfect spot for brunch or lunch. We enjoyed a mega gluten free sandwich, salad, and baked eggs with gluten free bread (pictured below). Many items on the menu can be adapted to be gluten free, so simply ask staff and they’ll talk you through it. One of my yummiest gluten free Amalfi coast lunches.
Mentioned in the Michelin guide, this restaurant can cater well for gluten free dietary requirements. Staff can talk you through the choices on the menu.
This place gets some glowing reviews from other gluten free travellers, who mention a big choice of pasta dishes and gluten free bread. PLUS gluten free desserts!
I saw @glutenfreeizzy sharing some gluten free croissants on Instagram, which she had bought at this bakery, with some filled with jam or chocolate. It seems the bakery does not have many gluten free options and I’m not sure about coeliac friendly-ness, but maybe pop in if you are passing.
Another pretty terrace with sea view, this restaurant serves up some impressive risotto and also offers gluten free pasta dishes.
Capri Gluten Free
An island rather than part of the coast, but a destination that many Amalfi Coast visitors add to their itineraries. Hence, I thought I should include it in this gluten free Amalfi Coast guide.
A rather famous restaurant with beautiful outdoor terrace, covered with lemon trees. This restaurant has a gluten free section on the menu with a good variety of dishes, including filled pasta and pizza fritta.
Gluten free options available including pizza and pasta. Please check about pizza cooking processes if you are coeliac.
A restaurant and beach bar I have seen recommended by a few people online, for seafood and being able to offer gluten free options. Choices are not marked on the menu but staff can talk you through the options.
This restaurant has a good understanding of coeliac disease and offers a variety of gluten free pasta dishes. They also have gluten free bread and gluten free dessert options.
This restaurant has a stunning location right on the water, and they can accomodate gluten free diners. Choices include gluten free pasta.
Amalfi Gluten Free
For lunch with a view, this beachside restaurant is highly rated for its food (mentioned in the Michelin guide) and can cater for gluten free diets. Nearly all dishes can be made gluten free upon request.
This restaurant and hotel is accredited by the Italian Coeliac Society, making it a safe bet for gluten free food.
A nice little eatery serving various gluten free options, including pasta and bread.
Well reviewed as being coeliac friendly, this pizzeria has gluten free bread, pizza and pasta available. Their menu mentions allergies and they have measures in place to limit the risk of cross contamination. The pizza is coeliac friendly and housemade.
Cater well for coeliacs, offering various main courses, gluten free pizza and pasta.
A fine dining, Michelin-starred restaurant that can offer a gluten free menu. Booking essential. It’s a, 8-course gluten free tasting menu for two people and certainly isn’t cheap at EUR160 per person, but if you are looking for a special meal this could be the spot.
A local reader told me that everything can be done gluten free at this restaurant.
Salerno Gluten Free
A large city at the start of the coast, Salerno can be a good starting point for you gluten free Amalfi adventures. Plus the city has a good range of coeliac friendly restaurants and gluten free bakeries to stock up in!
This Michelin-starred restaurant bills itself as a coeliac friendly restaurant on the Amalfi coast, they even have a full post about it on their website. The food looks wonderful.
A fully gluten free bakery, outside of the centre but worth a little adventure for all the gluten free baked goods!
Another little gluten free bakery with fully gluten free shop.
This pizzeria offers coeliac friendly gluten free pizza and gets some rave reviews for the quality of their gf pizza. Dairy free and lactose free options available.
A conference-venue sort of hotel, located in the centre of Salerno that is accredited by the AIC (the Italian Coeliac Society).
This group of pizzerias in Salerno are AIC accredited and all of their pizzas can be made with gluten free bases.
Another AIC accredited spot offering coeliac safe pizzas!
Ravello Gluten Free
A gorgeous little town, Ravello warrants a wander. We whiled away a few hours here.
A coeliac friendly hotel with incredible views from their restaurant terrace. Gluten free options are marked on the menu and other dishes can be adapted.
This restaurant is accredited by the Italian Coeliac Society (AIC) and offers a gluten free menu.
This hotel is AIC accredited and has two restaurants, one for guests and one for the public.
This gorgeous-looking hotel is AIC accredited, making it a fab place for coeliac visitors to the Amalfi coast to stay. Their Ristorante Sigilgaida is open to the public and has good gluten free optins available.
Another AIC-accredited hotel restaurant. Again, lovely views and plenty of gluten free optiosn including gluten free pasta and bread. Many dishes can be adapted to suit coeliac guests.
Minori Gluten Free
Minori is a cute little town that you may pass through, and if you do perhaps investigate this bakery.
This mixed bakery offers a few gluten free cake options – please check about processes before you order, however generally in Italy they are mindful of cross contamination.
Vietri Sul Mare
Situated a short distance inland, this restaurant and B&B is accredited by the Italian Coeliac Society.
Marina del Cantone Gluten Free
A smaller, low key resort at the far end of the coast, it’s a nice place to escape the crowds if you want a quieter beach day. We stayed up in the hills not far from here, and enjoyed the relative peace and quiet.
This unassuming restaurant actually has a Michelin star and when I popped in they assured me they could cater for coeliacs.
Just along the beach, jutting out over the water, this restaurant was another I found with gluten free options available.
Self Catering on the Amalfi Coast
We stayed in an Airbnb with self catering facilities, as we’ve young children. In the evenings we tended to cook at home then eat out for lunch.
You’ll find supermarkets sell lots of gluten free products in Italy, from pasta and pizza to bread and ice cream! It’s a great way to save money too, as those Amalfi Coast restaurants can be pricey.
Happy Travels! Laura xxx
p.s. for more travel inspiration, why not have a read of some of my other gluten free guide:
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