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From Naples: Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi Full-Day Tour

1. From Naples: Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi Full-Day Tour

Immerse yourself in 3 stunning Italian towns on this day trip from Naples. Shop in boutiques, taste limoncello, and enjoy a light lunch on this relaxing day to remember. Depart Naples and journey to Sorrento and admire the beauty of the landscape along the way. Listen to informative commentary during the journey. Stop to taste some of the local limoncello liqueur made from lemons, and then wander the narrow streets for 1 hour. Pop into artisan shops and sample the local delicacies. Continue to Positano and get an hour to go to the beach or admire the colorful flowers in the summer. Shop for the traditional Moda Positano clothes before going to a nice restaurant on the coast to enjoy lunch on a terrace with breathtaking sea views. Next, get 1.5 hours of free time in Amalfi and visit the cathedral or relax on the beach with a handmade ice cream.

From Sorrento: Path of the Gods Hike

2. From Sorrento: Path of the Gods Hike

Benefit from pick-up at a pre-assigned meeting point, and then journey to the breathtaking Amalfi Coast to hike the Path of the Gods (Il Sentiero degli Dei). Make your way through paradise on the ancient path that used to connect the sleepy hamlet of Nocelle near Positano to Bomerano in Agerola just outside Naples. Named after the natural beauties of its views, the trail is considered one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the world. Discover the remains of ancient farmhouses and meet local shepherds carrying wood with their mules, or milk to remote towns dotted around the hills and along the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Positano: Old Town Walking Tour with Archaeologist Guide

3. Positano: Old Town Walking Tour with Archaeologist Guide

Explore Old Town and Downtown Positano with a guide on this walking tour. Visit an underground Roman villa, explore the fine shops and beach of Downtown Positano, and explore Old Town Positano and see its historical sights. Meet with a guide on the upper side of the village, leave the tourists and the hustlers behind for a well-deserved break, and follow the local guide along the hidden paths and staircases of the old town, pass by a 13th-century fort from the medieval age, and take some time to enjoy the lesser-known Fornillo Beach. Travel to Downtown Positano and explore its fine shops and restaurants before moving down to the main beach, Spiaggia Maggiore. Start the uphill walk to a street with a variety of ceramic shops, sandal makers, and shoemakers, along with galleries featuring the work of local artists. Approach the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, originally the abbey of Positano’s 10th-century Benedictine monastery, and visit the interior of the amazing Roman Villa, recently discovered and open to the public with its wonderful fresco paintings. After that, across the lane, Hotel Palazzo Murat fills what was once a grand Benedictine monastery. End the tour at La Zagara restaurant, and taste delicacies such as lemon delice, tiramisu, or rum baba.

From Amalfi: Sorrento Coast and Capri Full-Day Boat Cruise

4. From Amalfi: Sorrento Coast and Capri Full-Day Boat Cruise

Depart Amalfi and travel to Piano di Sorrento to climb aboard a boat and sail along the coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula. Admire the fishing village of Marina Grande and the ruins of a Roman villa near Bagni della Regina Giovanna, along with a natural waterfall that flows from the rocks. Cross the Tyrrhenian Sea to the glamorous island of Capri, and marvel at the sea caves and rocky coastline on a boat trip around the island. Admire the sea stacks of the Faraglioni rocks, see the historic Punta Carena lighthouse and the amazing rocks of the Arco Naturale. Swim and snorkel in the crystal clear waters and benefit from drinks and snacks served on board the boat. Take advantage of a detailed map to explore Capri at leisure before the return crossing to Sorrento. Sample some local limoncello before getting dropped off at the port of Piano di Sorrento for the return journey to Amalfi.

From the Amalfi Coast: Capri Full-Day Trip by Boat

5. From the Amalfi Coast: Capri Full-Day Trip by Boat

Climb aboard and set sail for Capri. Depart from Praiano, Positano or Amalfi and marvel at the beauty of the Amalfi Coast from the sea. Admire picturesque Li-Galli Island, where Ulysses is said to have seen mermaids. Then, cruise around Capri and pass the White Grotto, Arco Naturale, Casa Malaparte and Faraglioni sea stacks. Dock at Marina Piccola for a swim, discover the Green Grotto sea cave and take an optional trip to the Blue Grotto.  Continue to Marina Grande to get 3 to 4 hours at leisure on the island. Benefit from another chance to swim on the return journey to the Amalfi Coast in the late afternoon.

From Positano: Sorrento Coast & Capri Full-Day Trip by Boat

6. From Positano: Sorrento Coast & Capri Full-Day Trip by Boat

Set sail from Piano di Sorrento and cruise along the coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula. Admire the fishing village of Marina Grande and see the ruins of a Roman villa near Bagni della Regina Giovanna before passing a natural waterfall that flows from the rock. Cross the Tyrrhenian Sea to discover the magnificent sea caves of the Marvelous Grotto, White Grotto and Green Grotto. Admire the Paleolithic-age Arco Naturale and contemporary Casa Malaparte along the way. Pass the Faraglioni rocks and the Punta Carena lighthouse and get some time to swim and snorkel in the sea. Enjoy refreshing drinks and snacks served on board the boat, and enjoy 3 to 5 hours on the island at leisure. Use the provided map to create your own adventure before you sail back to Sorrento. Enjoy a limoncello tasting before disembarking at Piano di Sorrento, from where you will be taken back to the meeting point.

Small Group Tour to Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello

7. Small Group Tour to Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Sorrento, and then drive along the scenic roads of the Amalfi Coast in an 8-seater luxury minivan. Journey directly to the enchanting coastal resort town of Positano and explore the narrow streets and souvenir shops for approximately 1 hour. Continue to Amalfi to take a walking tour of the historic center. Visit the former home of Flavio Gioia, who invented the compass in the Middle Ages. See highlights such as St. Andrew's Cathedral on Piazza del Duomo. Then, travel up into the hills to explore the hilltop town of Ravello, where you will get an hour to wander the maze of narrow streets and see monuments such as the cathedral and 13th-century Villa Rufolo, where Richard Wagner got inspiration for the stage design of his opera Parsifal.

Rome: Amalfi Coast Tour With Limoncello Tasting & Cruise

8. Rome: Amalfi Coast Tour With Limoncello Tasting & Cruise

The day starts in Rome where you’ll catch a high speed train to Naples with an intimate group of no more than 14 fellow travelers and an expert tour leader. From there, you’ll hop on a private, air-conditioned bus that will wind its way up into the narrow roads of the Amalfi Coast. Your first stop is Positano, a small fishing town that has long been the holiday destination of choice for VIPs, from the Romantic poets of the 19th century to today’s Hollywood stars. After an orientation walk with your guide you’ll have two hours of free time in which you can browse the boutiques filled with world-famous beachwear, have leather sandals made to fit your feet and enjoy a relaxing lunch of local delicacies at a seaside cafe. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit too, there’s nothing nicer on a summer’s day than a dip in the sea. Next, you’ll board a boat for a 30 minute ride down the coast to Amalfi town. Along the way, you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the dramatic coastline as it rises out of the sea in soaring cliffs. At Amalfi, you’ll head up one of those cliffs to a lovely lemon orchard where you’ll enjoy a tasting of one of the region’s most beloved products, the sweet, tangy liqueur called limoncello. The farm is perched above the town and offers stunning views out to sea. After the tasting, you’ll have an hour to explore the town and, if you enjoyed your tasting, buy some limoncello. To end the day, you’ll hop back on the boat for a 40 minute cruise to Salerno where you’ll catch the train back to Rome.

From Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, & Ravello Private Day Trip

9. From Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, & Ravello Private Day Trip

Depart Sorrento on a private full-day tour of the Amalfi Coast, and visit the popular towns of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. Your private driver will suggest the best places to take photos, and the best places to eat, according to your taste and budget. Stop in Positano and enjoy a pleasant walk along the narrow streets leading to the seafront. Pass by the cathedral, outdoor cafés, and fashionable boutiques. In Amalfi, explore the main shopping street and visit the cathedral. Pass wineries on the way to Ravello. Stop for lunch in this rural village perched atop a cliff. Marvel at the views of the Amalfi Coast before heading back to Sorrento.

From Naples: Positano and Amalfi Coastal Towns Excursion

10. From Naples: Positano and Amalfi Coastal Towns Excursion

Explore the famous Amalfi Coast on this small group full-day excursion from Naples. Accompanied by your knowledgeable tour leader, relax and explore the towns of Positano and Amalfi, both nestled in the coastal cliffs of the Mediterranean. From the meeting point, your driver will take you to Positano. This town, thanks to its splendid panoramic position and enchanting town center, is one of the most charming villages in the south of Italy. From the quaint, colorful shops that line the roads to its numerous world-famous beaches, Positano will leave you amazed. From Positano, you'll head on to Amalfi - with its Mediterranean architecture, stacked houses and colorful buildings, Amalfi is definitely one of Italy's most popular summer destinations.  After a full day of admiring these towns' charming atmospheres and the natural beauty of the coast, you'll be taken back to the train station of Napoli Centrale.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 126 reviews

The Amalfi coast is one of the most beautiful sceneries and must be in our top 10 from around the world. The trip had 3 visits to the towns and a lunch. The stops are a little limited by time but as there are 3 and a lunch stop it would be too long a day if they were any longer. You can see the highlights of the towns in the time but don’t dawdle. We did an extra boat trip along Amalfi which was excellent and so pleased we added this. Again our guide was informative but not as essential on this type of trip but always very handy to ask key questions. The drive along the roads can be a little startling for the more nervous of passengers.

I highly recommend this tour! We really liked the view, the villages, the food and the whole experience. Our tour assistant Alexander was really great and he explained to us everything we saw on the tour! He was the best guide we ever had! Thank you very much!!

My husband is a large older man with a cane. Very difficult to get into a small boat then transfer to the bigger boat. But the guys running the tour were great and helped him in and out. We had a great time. Very friendly and informative. Very glad we went.

Beautiful sceneries. The best is the boat ride (which is extra) to see the coastline from another perspective! The couple of stops are at shopping areas. kudos to the driver barreling down the winding narrow roads! Hope you don’t get carsick.

Absolutely wonderful. Anna was amazing and a great commentator throughout the trip. Everything was organized and planned in a way that didn’t seem too overwhelming.