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Naples: Small-Group Positano and Amalfi Boat Tour

1. Naples: Small-Group Positano and Amalfi Boat Tour

After being picked-up at 8:30 AM at the meeting point of the Star Hotel Naples Terminus, you will be transferred by minivan/minibus to the port of Piano di Sorrento. From here you will depart to Amalfi, sailing along the Sorrento Coast. Along the way you can admire the ancient fishermen village of “Marina Grande”, the ruins of a Roman villa near “Bagni della Regina Giovanna”, the natural waterfall that flows from the rock, Ieranto bay and other interesting attractions along the coast. There will be a couple of stops for swimming and snorkeling, and a relaxing break with snacks and drinks will be offered on board. You will then stop for 1 to 2 hours in Amalfi to visit the ancient Maritime Republic, before stopping for 1 to 2 hours in Positano to explore the “pearl” of the Amalfi Coast. You will depart for Sorrento after a local limoncello tasting, and once back in Naples you will be returned to the Star Hotel Terminus.

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Sorrento: Private Amalfi Coast Boating Tour

2. Sorrento: Private Amalfi Coast Boating Tour

Your tour begins as you are collected from your accommodation by private vehicle. From there, travel to your boat to begin sailing in the direction of the Campanella Headland. Along the way, admire the remains of the ancient Roman domus, known today as Villa Pollio Felice or simply “Ruina della Regina Giovanna”. There you can take a swim in the charming private beach of the villa. Following a welcome drink, arrive to the Bell-Tower Marine Park in the Bay of Ieranto, a crystal clear cove. Following this stop your captain sails towards Positano, but not before showing you Crapolla Bay and the islands of Li Galli, where a stop will be made later on. Positano is one of the most enchanting places on the Amalfi Coast, and is often referred to as the "Pearl of the Coast”. There you have 2 hours to visit the village on foot, with your guides advising that you walk along the narrow streets and admire the craft creations. Once back on board, continue your journey towards Amalfi. Amalfi was one of the 4 Maritime Republics, a glorious past which is still evident in every corner of the city today. Despite being such a small place, the center offers many points of interest, including the cathedral and its crypt and the Amalfi Paper Museum. When visiting Amalfi it would also be a sin not to taste the “Santa Rosa” sfoglia, partnered with a nice Amalfi limoncello. Returning to the boat, sail to Li Galli to make your final stop. Whilst there, enjoy a bit of snorkeling among the cliffs of Li Galli which are populated by many species of fish. Once having returned back to port, a vehicle awaits you to take you back to your accommodation.

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Sorrento, Positano & Amalfi Coast Tour from Naples

3. Sorrento, Positano & Amalfi Coast Tour from Naples

Depart Naples and drive towards the beautiful Amalfi Coast. Stop at the charming resort town of Sorrento on the Sorrentine Peninsula to explore the historic center and colorful harbor on arrival. Enjoy a lunch of typical produce from the region and Mediterranean gastronomy, and watch the world go by from the romantic terraces. Then, drive along the Amalfi Coast and enjoy stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea and steep cliffs, natural bays and pretty towns of the dramatic coastal road. Stop to take panoramic photos of Positano, and then continue to Amalfi to admire the famous cathedral and stroll the characteristic streets. Browse the souvenir shops for artisan products, and learn more about the maritime Republic of Amalfi from the Middle Ages along the way.

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Sorrento: Full-Day Amalfi Coast, Amalfi & Positano Boat Tour

4. Sorrento: Full-Day Amalfi Coast, Amalfi & Positano Boat Tour

After hotel pick up, board your boat and sail in the direction of the Campanella headland. Along the way, admire the remains of the ancient Roman Domus, known today as Villa Pollio Felice. Here, you can take a swim in the charming private beach of the villa. After a welcome drink, head to the bell-tower marine park in the bay of Ieranto, a crystal-clear cove. A dive in its crystalline waters is a must! Then sail towards Positano and discover the Crapolla bay and the islands of Li Galli, where later on, a stop will be made. Take 2 hours to visit the village on foot, walk along the narrow streets and admire the craft creations. Return to Marina Grande, departing towards Amalfi. In Amalfi, enjoy some free time to visit the cathedral, its crypt, and the Amalfi paper museum, then taste the Santa Rosa sfoglia with a nice Amalfi limoncello. Jump back on board and sail to Li Galli to make your last stop. Enjoy a bit of snorkeling among the cliffs of Li Galli, populated by many species of fish, before you return to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Positano

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 416 reviews

Very nice experience on a very nice boat. Pick-up and return were arranged to be close to the hotel. We had a really nice crew (Roberta and Mattias). Plenty of food and drinks were provided: water, juice, beer, snacks, sandwiches, fruit, etc. Highly recommended.

First thanks to Ricardo for the nice accommodation on board . The pick up time and place was really exact . The explanation on board was really good … in short I will recommend this tour and have a wonderful experience.

Awesome tour with Cesca and Frederico. Cesca was a great guide and Frederico a great captain. Very professional. A lot of fun on the boat ride, with a good crew.

very good tour. Perfect driver Just, I had booked in French for ease, the tour was in English (luckily we didn't have any problems

Very beautiful day, with an exemplary and excellent guide !! The Amalfi Coast is magnificent to see and review !!