Amalfi Coast

1 • Amalfi

Departure from Marina d’Arechi towards Amalfi, the biggest town of Amalfi Coast. You will find a berth in the marina, in the city centre, where you can take the opportunity to to visit the duomo and have a walk in its colorful streets.
You can not miss a Delizia al Limone in the famous pastry shop in the old town. 
You can reach Ravello by bus from Piazza di Amalfi: it is one of the most evocative destinations of the Amalfi Coast. We suggest you to visit the Terrazza sull’Infinito, one of the most panoramic viewpoint of the coast and a good excuse to visit the adjacent Villa Cimbrone.

2 • Capri

Today you will set sail to Capri, a savage beauty landscape sculpted by the wind and the sea. You will see the famous Faraglioni, big rocky cliffs, and a lot of caves that create an exceptional light game: among them, the Grotta Azzurra is the most famous.
You will find a berth in the Marina Grande to visit the whole island! Do not forget to reach Anacapri until Monte Solaro by the chair lift where you will enjoy the beautiful view.
To finish, a good cocktail in Piazzetta in Capri and a dinner in a restaurant with live music until late are a good idea!

3 • Ischia

Volcanic island well known for its thermal waters, Ischia has lots of natural pools. Its clear water is the framework of the village of Sant’Angelo, that offers a marina where you can find a berth and visit one of the main tourist attractions of the island.
To complete the excursion you can not miss the Castello Aragonese, accessible from the island through a stone bridge: you will be astonished from the view in front of you.

4 • Procida

Let yourself be seduced by Procida: you can reach Marina Corricella by sea, the most ancient seaside village of the island. The seventeenth-century marina is popular for its characteristic architecture. A twist of arches, domes, windows, stairs and loggias creates an evocative colorful postcard.
The uniqueness of this island is the total lack of vehicles, in fact the island is accessible only by sea or by foot. Being a village populated by fishermen, during your walks you will see fishing vessels and fishing nets.

5 • Sorrento

The beautiful cliffs sheering on the sea and the energy of the historic centre attract thousand of tourists every year in Sorrento, thanks, also, to its strategic position that allows to move around easily.
Not only shops and handmade small shops, in Sorrento you can admire monumental churches, Medieval historic buildings and the remains of the ancient walls built to protect the town.
Marina Grande is, certainly, a strong point: from there you can admire the Gulf of Naples, the Vesuvio, the coast of Capo di Sorrento. Born as maritime village, during the years Sorrento has become a holiday destination of the Sorrentino Peninsula.

6 • Positano

Last but not least… Positano: ancient maritime village, it is a vertical town fitted in the stone.
The main seaside is Marina Grande, but for those who prefer a little bit of privacy we suggest to visit less crowded beaches: Fornillo beach, Cavone beach, Remmese beach and the wonderful beaches of Scogli Piani, all reachable by sea. Positano is, in fact, reach of coves and bays where you can have some relax.
It is surrounded by three islets, better knows as Le Sirenuse, due to the legend that identified them as a refuge of the mermaids: Gallo Lungo, Rotonda and Castelluccio.
Furthermore, Positano offers different hiking paths: the most popular is Il Sentiero degli Dei, that still preserves the charm that inspired poets e intellectuals such as Italo Calvino.
So, Positano offers solutions for everyone.