Pick up – by land – from hotel/meeting point in Amalfi and transfer to the port of Massa Lubrense.Once reached it, we will leave to Capri sailing along Sorrento coast, the fascinating point of encounter between Ulysse and the Sirens. The first stop will be by the small waterfall in Marciano bay where you can take beautiful pics and get a refreshing shower. Continuing our tour we will admire: Cala di Mitigliano and Punta Campanella, the extreme par of the Sorrentine Peninsula with its ancient watchtower, then we will arrive in Capri, where we can immediately admire: the leap of Tiberius, Villa Jovis, Coral and White Grotto. Then, navigating to the Faraglioni Rocks, symbol of the island with its cave of love and , in the end, Villa Malaparte, set of famous films and commercials. It will then follow a bath stop sheltered from the crowded beaches near Marina Piccola bay, a summer destination of yachts from all over the world. Later on, we will disembark on the island, with about 4 hours of free time to visit it on your own. On our return from free time we will be back to the departure’s port and from there the shuttle will be waiting for you to drop you off at your hotel/meeting point. Please note: the itinerary may vary based on weather / sea conditions and at the discretion of the skipper / captain.
Excellent, great staff, well organised. They provide refreshments and the best sandwich I’ve ever had. Great tour and we had lots of time free in capri. Also got to swim... read more in the ocean twice !
This was the highlight of our Italy trip, hands down. They were so organized and professional and we had a wonderful time, despite the weather being a bit rainy in... read more the morning. Our driver picked us up in the main area in Amalfi. At first, I wasn’t sure who to look for, but as
Would highly recommend this boat tour! We got picked up from our hotel in Amalfi and taking to the port in Sorrento where we departed on our boat and headed... read more to Capri. The boat was very spacious and immaculately clean. We were taking around the Island of Capri and was given a