Departure by sea
Pick-up at the hotel and transfer to the port of Massa Lubrense. Boarding and departure procedures (around 10:00 am). Final route of the Sorrento coast with Cascatella di Punta Lagno, Cala di Mitigliano, Punta Campanella. Beginning of the Amalfi coast with passage near the bay of Ieranto, Marina del Cantone, Fjord of Crapolla. Transfer to Li Galli with bathroom stop. Arrival in Positano (11/11: 30 approximately) with free time (1:30 hours). Boarding and departure for Amalfi with passage to Praiano, Furore, Conca dei Marini. Arrival in Amalfi (13: 30/14: 00 approximately). Free time to visit Amalfi (about 1.30 hours). Transfer by minibus to Ravello (arrival around 3:45 pm) with a visit to the village (around 1.30 hours), transfer by minibus to the hotel (arrival expected between 6:30 pm and 7:00 pm).
Departure by road
Pick-up at the hotel (around 9:00 am in the Sorrento area). Transfer by minibus along the Amalfi coast to Ravello (arrival at 11.00 am) with free time to visit the village (about 1.30 hours). Transfer by minibus to Amalfi and free time to visit the city (about 1.30 hours). Boarding from Amalfi (around 2.15 pm) and departure along the coast with passage to Conca dei Marini, Praiano, Furore with a stop for a swim. Arrival in Positano (15: 00/15: 30) with free time to visit the city (1:30 hours approximately). Departure from Positano and return along the pass with Li Galli, Fjord of Crapolla, Marina del Cantone, Jeranto bay, Punta Campanella, Cala di Mitigliano, Cascatella di Punta Lagno. Arrival in Massa Lubrense and transfer to the hotel (around 18: 30/19: 00).
Note: the progress of the reservations will determine the definition of the path in which customers will start the experience either by sea or by land. Without prejudice to the development of both sections as indicated.
Great boat trip. Not the best day, pretty rough water, but still fun. Mario, our guide and boat driver, was adorable. Recommended bus tour on Capri. That was a huge... read more disappointment! Took us to 2 different squares, which were really just shopping excursions. Then it...More