Our tour is the best way to discover the island of Capri, wherefore we will be able to admire the coast with its secret grottoes, all in complete relaxation aboard our boats. After the free shuttle service from your hotel to the port of embarkation, we will leave to Capri sailing along the Sorrento coast, the fascinating point of encounter between Ulysse and the Sirens. The first stop of our tour will be at the small waterfall of Marciano where you can take beautiful photos and a refreshing shower under the waterfall for an enjoyable amount of time. Continuing our tour to Capri we will admire the Cala di Mitigliano and the Punta Campanella, the end of the Sorrentine Peninsula with its ancient watchtower, then we will arrive at Capri, where we can immediately admire the leap of Tiberius, Villa Jovis and the two beautiful grottoes: Coral Grotto and White Grotto. Then, navigating to the Faraglioni, the symbol of the island with its cave of love, we will admire the famous natural arch of Capri and Villa Malaparte, set of famous films and commercials. It will then follow a bath stop sheltered from the crowded beaches near Marina Piccola, the most beautiful bay on the island, a summer destination of yachts from all over the way.Later on, we will disembark on the island, where you will have 4/5 hours of free time to visit the island of dreams and reality – to stroll along the small towns of Capri and Anacapri.
On our return from free time we will discover the rest of the island by stopping at the Green Grotto, so-called for its green reflections of water, and at the Blue Grotto, the most famous, where you can enter to admire the scenery.In about 40 minutes we will return to the port of departure and from there the shuttle will be waiting for you to drop you off at your hotel.
First trip to Italy, booked everything online from home...USA...extremely professional, hotel pickup on time and within 30 minutes at pier. Boat Captain and hostess made the trip!... read more We had been told the water would be too cold to swim previously, so a disappointed wife left...More