Day Tour Amalfi Coast (8 hours)
A HINT OF HISTORY...The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline famous worldwide for its natural beauty, home for many other major touristic sites. Considered World Heritage by UNESCO, it is named after the town of Amalfi, which reppresents not only its geographical nucleus but also in terms of history. The Amalfi Coast is also known for its diversity: each of its countries of the Coast have their own traditions and landmarks. Furthermore you can enjoy some of its amazing typical products, such as limoncello, the lemon liqueur produced in the area, anchovies and canned fish, pottery made and hand painted.
For pick up from Hotel/Down Town/Train
Greetings from the driver in the Hotel Lobby or at the arrival platform.
Explore the pearl of the Amalfi Coast, Positano, with it all its colours and wonderful aromas created by the many flowers you will see all around.
A photo stop at the ‘Madonnina’ for the best view of Positano from the top. See the houses clung to the mountainside like white sugar lumps coated in brightly coloured bougainvillea tumbling down to a small, beach and warm blue Mediterranean sea.
You will have the opportunity to stop, but it’s an optional stop, at the Emerald Grotto
Optional stop at the Ceramic factory, to pick up some local handmade crafts
Stunning of St. Andrew Cathedral in Amalfi
Something that you cannot miss is the visit of the beautiful gardens of Villa Rufolo or Villa Cimbrone in Ravello
Your driver/guide will suggest you a wonderful restaurant where you can enjoy your lunch and taste all the typical courses of our cooking
Driving back the hotel or Train station you can enjoy a spectacular 360° view of the bay of Naples
The order of the itinerary might change caused from the traffic.
Please , don’t hesitate to contact us for any further information you might need.
*Included: Tools ,parking ,petrol and taxes.
*Not included: entrance fees, lunch and tips.
Villa Rufolo, Ravello - €7
Villa Cimbrone, Ravello - €7
St. Andrei Cathedral, Amalfi - €2.50
Emerald Grotto - €5