Full-day private tour of Pompeii, Vesuvius and Sorrento from Naples
On this tour you will be taken on an unforgettable adventure, filled with breathtaking scenery on one of the most famous coastal roads in Italy. On the morning of your tour, you will be picked up from your hotel by your driver who will also be your tour guide for the day, and you will be driven to the town of Sorrento. There, you have one free hour to explore this town’s awe inspiring views of the sea and villas on cliff sides. Next, you will visit the Pompeii excavations, where you will see the ancient Roman city entirely preserved in ash by the eruption in 79 AD.
Once you are finished visiting the historic ruins of Pompeii, your tour guide will recommend a Vesuvian restaurant for lunch where you can taste the high-quality cheese and wines and eat like a local. After lunch there will be time to visit the Vesuvuis nature reserve before being returned to your pick-up destination.
Full-day Amalfi Coast tour with Ravello, Amalfi and Positano
In the morning you’ll be picked at the location of your choosing, by your driver who will also be your tour guide for the day. The first stop on your 8 hour-tour day is to the town of Ravello. Among its treasures of art is the Cathedral containing both Baroque and Romanesque styles, founded in the twelfth century. Villa Rufolo, whose origins date back to the eleventh century, features astonishing flowered terraces like Villa Cimbrone, famous for its exciting Belvedere, which offers the most beautiful panorama in the world.
Next you will arrive in Amalfi, announced as a world heritage site, and walk along its narrow streets and visit the cathedral in the center of town. See the Sant’Andrea cathedral at the heart of town, with its striped Byzantine facade and adjacent Chiostro del Paradiso to experience the mix of Arab influence on this medieval town. After you have finished touring Amalfi your tour guide will recommend a restaurant for lunch. Here you can taste the traditional foods of the Amalfi coastal region and relax whilst sipping some wine, before continuing your day to Positano.
As you journey to Positano, your car will wind along a road that runs along a rock face full of Mediterranean vegetation before suddenly breaking through to the unforgettable scenery of Positano. Here you will come across narrow alleys and steps overlooking terraced gardens filled with lemons and multicolored patches of the beautiful bougainvillea flowers.
Amalfi Coast tour with olive oil and limoncello tasting
In the morning your driver acting as guide for the day will pick you up to begin your drive to Positano, a city famous for its fashion and the architectural style. Here you will walk through the labyrinth of alleys formed by its buildings, until you reach Spiaggia Grande, in the center of Positano. This 300 meter long beach, one of the largest and most popular beaches, filled with actors and artists.
Following your one hour visit to Positano you will travel through the winding Amalfi coastal roads to reach Vico Equense. Here you will experience a tasting of the local olive oils (extra vergine) and delicious limoncello liquors. The final stop on you tour is in Sorrento, a coastal town perched upon the cliffsides facing the Bay of Naples. You will have an hour of free time here to go shopping along the streets of the downtown area, visit the pebble beaches and enjoy some local food.
Winery tour with wine tasting and lunch at Marisa Cuomo in Amalfi coast
Marisa Cuomo is a member of The Grand Wine Tour, an association that counts among its members some of the best Italian wineries. The Grand Wine Tour is also the first quality mark to attest the excellence of hospitality in Italian wineries.
Overlooking the sea, at 500 meters above sea level, the Marisa Cuomo winery dominates a part of the Amalfi coast located in the town of Furore. The vines, planted on the rocks overlooking the sea, extend over ten hectares.
Gran Furor Divina Costiera is a brand that was founded in 1942 to accompany the sale of wines from the Costa di Furore. Andrea Ferraioli, who comes from a long line of local winemakers, bought the brand in 1980. Since then, Andrea Ferraioli and his wife Marisa Cuomo have embarked on an entrepreneurial adventure made stronger by the family bond that unites them: their extraordinary passion for wine lead the Cantine di Marisa Cuomo to become one of the best brands of Italian wine on the international market. The company’s iconic wine, famous throughout the world, is Furore Bianco Fiorduva, with golden yellow reflections and aromas reminiscent of the saline breeze and sweet apricots.
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Organic wine and extra-virgin olive oil tasting at Casa di Baal near Amalfi
Casa di Baal is a farm located just a few kilometers from the Amalfi Coast and the archaeological site of Paestum, producing mainly organic wines and extra virgin olive oil. The Ancient Greeks and Romans chose this land more than 2000 years ago for its privileged location and the Romans called this region “Campania felix” which literally means fertile countryside.
Today the farm is run by the Salerno family that lives on-site and aims to run it as a closed cycle where everything that is consumed is made in the farm, in complete respect of nature.
The farm is located in an exceptional natural context: it is 150 meters above sea level, between the Amalfi Coast and the Cilento Coast. The influence of the sea breeze – the coastline is less than 10km away – and of the mountains in the back give a unique characteristic to the wines produced here.
The visit to the farm is a complete experience: it starts with the tour of the vineyards with an explanation of the company’s philosophy, based on biological farming and biodynamic processes; it then proceeds to the winery where the grapes are transformed into wine, and where the wines are bottled and stored for aging.
Two different tours and tastings have been designed in order to accompany you on your journey to discover the flavors and scents of the territory.
- Basic Wine Tour (Duration 90 minutes)
- Full Wine Tour (Duration 120 minutes)
Capri 6-hour private boat excursion from Amalfi
Experience the natural beauty of Capri on this private 6-hour boat excursion from Amalfi. Your expert local captain will pick you up in Amalfi and you’ll set off on a luxury speedboat to cruise along the gorgeous Amalfi Coast toward the island of Capri. Relax while admiring panoramic views of the impressive coastline, cruise past the Li Galli islands near Positano, and take in incredible views across the Bay of Naples toward Mount Vesuvius while approaching Capri.
See all of Capri’s most alluring spots up close, including the iconic Faraglioni rocks, hidden away coves, and the famous grottoes. You’ll have time to stop to swim off the boat in the most beautiful spots and dive into the tempting turquoise sea. Or simply sit back and relax while soaking up the sunshine and spectacular views. Stop for lunch in a seaside restaurant serving the freshest seafood and local specialties. The day is customized to your wishes, and can also include a stop on the island should you wish to have some free time to explore.
Experience Capri’s incredible natural beauty away from the crowds on this leisurely private boat excursion. This Italian-made luxury speedboat welcomes up to 10 people, but other boat options are available for smaller or larger groups.
Amalfi private walking tour with a local guide
Join this private walking tour led by a local guide to discover the beautiful little town of Amalfi that, with its sun-filled piazzas and small beach, was once a maritime superpower with a population of more than 70,000.
During this 2.5-hour tour your expert guide will take you to discover the secrets and the wonders of this picturesque village, that lies at the mouth of a deep ravine, at the foot of Monte Cerreto (1,315 metres, 4,314 feet), surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery.
Follow your expert guide and discover the most important spots of this town, included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will see Saint Andrew’s Cathedral (Duomo) that overlooks the Piazza Duomo, walk along Via dei Mercanti and then spot the beautiful Chiostro del Paradiso.
Admire the pretty Fontana (fountain) of Sant’Andrea, the Santuario (sanctuary) of Santa Maria Addolorata in Atrani, Piazza (square) Umberto I, Santa Maria Maddalena and Via dei Dogi.
Just one tip: don’t forget to bring your camera with you!
Private full-day tour of Pompeii, Sorrento and Positano
This tour is the ideal choice if you are stopping in Naples for a day and want to experience all the town that comprise the Amalfi Coast. On this tour you will visit three of the most important places of the Campania region including the ancient ruins of Pompeii, the peaceful town of Sorrento on the Naples Gulf and Positano, the pearl on the Amalfi Coast.
You will be picked up by your driver acting as tour guide for the day at your desired location, in a first class car. On your drive to Positano see the fairytale villages perched in the cliffsides and the coastline, which has inspired many artists, poets, and writers throughout the years. In Positano you have an hour free to explore the cities pebble beachfront and narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafes. After you will journey to Sorrento to see its historic center, narrow alleys and home of the Chiesa di San Francesco, a 14th-century church with a tranquil cloister. Here your tour guide will recommend a restaurant for lunch where you will enjoy food typical from the region. After lunch you will Pompeii, to see a Roman town frozen in time due to the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. You will see Roman shops, baths and brothels and experience Pompeii before and after the epic eruption 2,000 years ago.
Amalfi Coast tour with farm to table lunch
On this tour you will explore the Amalfi Coast and taste the culinary traditions of the region. During this one of a kind experience, you will receive door to door service with pick-up and drop-off from your chosen location. Ride in a first class Mercedes van to your first destination at, Ravello, a small town above the Tyrrhenian Sea, built in the 13th century. The panorama of Ravello offers views of the iconic villas built into cliff sides, overflowing with lush terraced gardens and is home to the Villa Cimbrone, a medieval-style estate surrounded by even more gardens.
Following your one hour of free times in Ravello, you will be driven to Amalfi, another town in the the south west coast of Italy, most famously known as the seat of the Maritime Republic in the 9th and 11th centuries. Here you can view the striped Byzantine facade of the The Arab-Norman Sant’Andrea cathedral in the center of town and a multitude of medieval architectures, before shopping in the narrow (and steep) streets on this cliffside town.
The final destination of your tour will take you to Positano for lunch, with a view! You will enjoy a farm to table, freshly prepared lunch. Your plates will be filled with typical foods from the region, please go to link for more information,
Private Amalfi Coast tour with Pompeii
In the morning you will be picked up by your driver acting as guide for the day. The first stop on your tour will be a visit to Positano. Here you will have one hour free to walk the pebble beaches and see the famous panoramic vistas featuring villas built into cliffside. After touring Positano, you will be whisked away to visit Sorrento for a hour to see the Bay of Naples, wander through the cafe lined square of Piazza Tasso and enjoy lunch with a view. Your knowledgable tour guide will recommend a restaurant where you can taste high quality wines, seafood and eat like the locals. In the afternoon you will visit Pompeii for two hours. At the Pompeii excavations you will witness the ancient Roman world, preserved by the eruption in 79 AD, and covered in a thick layer of ash.
Amalfi Coast private boat excursion from Positano
Experience the stunning Amalfi Coast in the best way on this relaxing and fun 6-hour private boat excursion from Positano. See the charming villages along the coastline, stop to dive into the gorgeous blue sea, and enjoy free time on shore if you wish to explore at your leisure. The day is completely customized to your interests and your expert captain is on hand to show you the beautiful Amalfi Coast with its quaint fishing villages, hidden away coves, grottoes, and local charm.
Set off from Positano and see the rugged Amalfi coastline up close. Cruise past the famous Li Galli islands off of Positano and stop for a swim in the sea. Continue down the coast to see the fjord in Furore, peaceful Conca dei Marini, and the famous town of Amalfi. Stop for free time if you wish to visit the town’s incredible Cathedral of St. Andrew and explore the town’s historic center. Once back on board, simply sit back in the comfort of the luxury speedboat or stop to swim off the boat in the most beautiful spots along the coastline. At lunchtime, your captain can recommend excellent seaside restaurants where you can enjoy the freshest local fare.
After an exquisite day of sightseeing and relaxation, cruise back along the coast to Positano. This Italian-made luxury speedboat welcomes up to 10 people, but other boat options are available for smaller or larger groups.
Discover Amalfi Coast on a private boat excursion from Amalfi
Experience the stunning Amalfi Coast in the best way on this relaxing and fun 6-hour private boat excursion from Amalfi. See the charming villages along the coastline, stop to dive into the shimmering blue sea, and enjoy free time on shore if you wish to explore at your leisure. The day is completely customized to your interests and your expert captain is on hand to show you the beautiful Amalfi Coast with its quaint fishing villages, hidden away coves, grottoes and local charm.
Set off from Amalfi and see the rugged coastline up close. Cruise over to see Positano, the Vertical City, climbing up the mountainside. Stop for time shopping in the boutiques and exploring the mazes of steps in the lovely town. See the famous Li Galli islands off of Positano and stop for a swim in the sea. Continue down the coast to see the fjord in Furore, peaceful Conca dei Marini, and lovely villages like Praiano, Atrani, Minori, and Maiori. Simply sit back in the comfort of the luxury speedboat or stop to swim off the boat in the most beautiful spots along the coastline. At lunchtime, your captain can recommend excellent seaside restaurants where you can enjoy the freshest local fare.
After an exquisite day of sightseeing and relaxation, cruise back along the coast to Amalfi. You’ll enjoy a wonderful day cruising the coastline on an Italian-made luxury speedboat that welcomes up to 10 people, but other boat options are available for smaller or larger groups.
Pompeii Half Day from Amalfi Coast
More than a moment frozen in time, Pompeii is a window into past. On this morning excursion to this UNESCO Word Heritage Site, you’ll discover its remarkably well-preserved houses and landmark sites on this morning excursion to this UNESCO Word Heritage Site.
Buried under volcanic ash by the catastrophic 79 AD eruption of Mt Vesuvius – which still looms large in the distance – Pompeii brings to life ancient Rome. Tread cobbled streets brought to life by a guided commentary through headsets.
All the major highlights here are covered – the gladiator barracks, thermal baths, and the market piazzas. You can still see frescoes on the walls of the homes of the Roman elite.
Capri & Anacapri from Amalfi Coast
If the Amalfi Coast is the business, then Capri is showbusiness. This magnet for celebs since the days of Roman emperors is a must-visit. Journey over by hydrofoil then head by minibus to Anacapri in the west of the island for some free time before making the trip to Capri town.
Nowadays it’s the likes of Naomi Campbell, George Clooney and Beyoncé who take their holidays on this ruggedly beautiful island. Zigzag up to Anacapri and wander along cobbled alleys of whitewashed houses. The views over the Amalfi coast are jaw-dropping. One of the highlights is the Phoenician Steps. This steep flight of 921 stone steps leads all the way down to Capri port.
In the afternoon, you’ll head back down to Capri, where you can join the jet-setters in the bars, cafés and label-laden boutiques. There’s plenty of sightseeing to be done here, too. Well worth checking out are its half-dozen dinky baroque churches.
Positano and the Emerald Grotto
An afternoon that’s a feast for the senses. You’ll sail along one of the most photogenic stretches of coastline in the world, see the Emerald Grotto and have free time to explore the cascading coastal village of Positano. It is famed as much for its chic boutiques as its colourful homes.
Your first port of call is at the Emerald Grotto. Discovered only in 1932 despite this being one of the most explored coastlines in history, its glittering green waters add to its mystique. Observe it from the boat or try the optional visit. Your skipper will then press on to Positano. There are two ways to reach this gorgeous town – by road and by boat. You’ll arrive in by far the best.
Shaped like V, Positano straddles sloping cliffs. Drop into the prominently located church of St Mary of the Assumption or maybe try a limoncello at one of the bars overlooking the sea. Or explore the steep alleys and crooked lanes packed with cafés, bakeries and boutiques as they wind their way up from the beach.
Pompeii & Herculaneum from Amalfi Coast
Frozen in time by tragedy, Pompeii and Herculaneum are a must-visit when in the Amalfi Coast. These two Roman cities were buried under volcanic ash following a catastrophic eruption by Mt Vesuvius in 79 AD. Now uncovered, both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and offer a fascinating and at times haunting insight into life in classical times.
First up, your guide will lead you through the streets of Pompeii and show you the richly decorated villas of the Roman upper classes – you can still see frescoes on the walls – as well as public spaces such as the Forum. Stroll along its cobbled streets as you gaze at the remains of temples and villas.
In the afternoon, head to the archaeological site of Herculaneum. Here, you’ll learn about this former seaside town clawed back from oblivion. You’ll see the boathouses that are the final resting place of many refugees as well as marble floors, mosaics and frescoes.