Experience the breath-taking views of Amalfi Coast

The Sorrento peninsula: emerald green waters and the scent of lemons

From Castellammare di Stabia to the promontory of Punta Campanella - the Sorrento peninsula adds even more beauty to the Gulf of Naples: 6 masterpieces to discover all its beauty. Take a look at our recommended itinerary below. 

Day 1: Arrival in Italy!


Arrive at Naples airport, reach the rental office and hire your car at your disposal for the entire trip. Then reach your hotel in Sorrento. Accommodation at a hotel and time at leisure. Transfer to your hotel in Sorrento. Enroute stop for a visit to Vesuvius, a typical example of a fence volcano consisting of an external truncated cone, the extinct Mt. Somma, with a crater perimeter which has been mainly destroyed and in which there is a smaller cone represented by Vesuvius, which is still active. The territory, rich in historical-naturalistic beauties, boasts of a unique agricultural production for the great variety and originality of its tastes.


Day 2: Sorrento

All day at your disposal for personal activities. Have a stroll in the centre of Sorrento. Fascinating its position overlooking the sea, its historic centre, and that network of streets that follows those of the ancient Greek-Roman Syrentum. To visit: the Carmine church, Palazzo Veniero and Palazzo Correale with their important historical testimonies. Visit the village of Marina Grande - a real city in the city

Day 3: Positano

Morning checks out and departure to Positano. Positano is one of the 3 pearles of the Amalfi coast with Ravello and Amalfi. It was a quiet fishing village struggling to make a living from the sea is now considered one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in the world. Small houses, a magic atmosphere, beaches, the friendliness of the inhabitants, and the hotels, give a great charm to this village.

 

Day 4: Positano
All day at your disposal for personal activities


Day 5: Amalfi

Morning checks out. Self-transfer to Amalfi and accommodation at the hotel. Amalfi, once one of the 4 maritime republics together with Venice, Genoa and Pisa was a wealthy city ruling the entire coast with its powerful fleet. Has been the retreat of poets, and writers and the birthplace of Flavio Gioia inventor of the compass. The city centre is simply lovely with its small shops of local goods, lemon products and the overwhelming Cathedral. Not to miss the Museum of the Paper.

Day 6: Amalfi Day 

All day at your disposal for personal activities. Spend your time visiting Ravello, loved by Goethe. He expressively said that for “Amalfitan people the day they die is nothing different from their life as they always lived in Paradise”. Here do a visit to the wonderful gardens of Villa Rufolo and do not miss the chance to visit the colourful ceramic shops where expert artisans realize unique pieces.

If you like hiking, do not miss the chance to see the Path of the gods or “ Sentiero degli Dei” The Sentiero degli Dei links the tiny hilltop town of Agerola with Nocelle, a fraction of Positanonestled on the slopes of Monte Peruso. The name of the footpath, The Path of the Gods, is an indication of the spectacular scenery en route.

Ideally, walkers should walk from Agerola to Nocelle, and not vice-versa; the route runs gently downhill from this direction, with magnificent views of the Amalfi Coast and the island of Capri. The Path of the Gods begins in Bomerano, a fraction of Agerola. Walkers can reach Agerola by one of the Sita buses which depart from Amalfi. Ask the driver to let you off at the Bomerano stop. From here, follow the road signs which will lead you to the trailhead.

 

Day 7: Amalfi

Enjoy a full day in Capri through our tours or on your own. Meeting point in the centre and transfer by mini-bus to the Harbor of Piano di Sorrento. Jump on board a semi-private boat (12 PAX Max.) and sail towards Capri. During the boat ride, you’ll be able to enjoy wonderful views of our amazing Coast while passing through the Natural Reserve of Punta Campanella. Upon arrival, tour the Island stopping also to swim and snorkel in the crystalline waters of our Bay. Highlights of the boat ride will be Faraglioni Rocks, the famous Grottoes (Blue, White and Green) and the Lighthouse of Punta Carena. 4 hours of free time at your disposal to stroll along the little alleys of the town (audio guide with itineraries available on board).

 

Day 8: Departure

Morning check-out and departure to Naples airport where you will drop off your car on time to embark on
your return flight.


Arrivederci, Italia!

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