With its stunning different vistas, the Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful coastlines of the world. Just as it did in the past, this site lures, even today, holiday goers coming from all over the world to enjoy its spectacular scenery and refined atmosphere.
Positano is set on the most spectacular bit of the coast. It is a pleasant stop for shopping lovers and for romantic souls: its narrow pedestrian-only alleys are rich of fashion shops and women’s cotton clothing stores and, while walking up and down to the harbor and return, you will have the extraordinary chance to always enjoy different and amazing spots for your shots.
Amalfi is one of the most famous towns along the Amalfi Coast. Its main monument is the 9th-century Cathedral dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew, Patron Saint of the city. Inside the Cathedral, you will visit the crypt where Saint Andrew’s body is kept and the Cloister of Paradise, which is one of the most charming and beautiful pieces of Norman/Arab architecture in Italy. Don’t miss the chance to have a stroll in the narrow alleys and to buy the hand-made products by the local workshops, to taste the delicious local sweets and to visit the Paper Museum, where learning the process of papermaking, a deep-rooted production of the town.
Located on the hillside of the mountains upon the sea level, Ravello is different to its neighboring towns and benefits by the peaceful atmosphere which surrounds it. Art, history, nature, great shops and delicious pastry stores here are a must. Villa Rufolo is a not-to-be-missed site: it is a villa in Moorish style, beloved by artists and musicians of all times for its wonderful scenery and its breathtaking views above the Amalfi Coast.
- Private vehicle
- English speaking driver
- Pickup and drop off at the pier
- Parking fees and other vehicle payments
- Checkpoint taxes
- Wifi on board
- Refreshing towels
- Entrance fees
- Optional costs
- Personal expenses
- Professional tour guide (you can get your guide on request)
- Extra hours (to be paid on the spot)