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Amalfi: Cooking Class and Farmhouse Visit With Meal

1. Amalfi: Cooking Class and Farmhouse Visit With Meal

Our experience begins with a warm welcome from our team who will guide you throughout this awesome class, describing what we will do in the following few hours. We will start with a tour of our typical terraced gardens, an ancient local cultivation method that represent a resource of sustainability and environmental conservation on the Amalfi Coast. Here we will stroll by and linger at the lemon grove, the olive grove and the vineyard, where you will be provided with significant information on the importance of these groves in the Mediterranean diet and how our worldwide famous Limoncello, olive oil and wine are produced. We will continue our visit to the vegetable garden, and after wearing gloves and collecting wicker baskets, we will proceed with the picking of the freshest seasonal veggies and fragrant herbs that we will later use for the preparation of the delicacies during the class. Once we have put on our kitchen aprons we will be ready to get down to business and learn the secrets of preparing exquisite traditional dishes, which we will then go on to enjoy all together during a wonderful meal accompanied by local wine, limoncello and real Neapolitan espresso. As a perfect finale to our gastronomic experience, feel free to relax in the relaxation area at the lemon grove, sipping a glass of wine or lulling yourself in our comfortable hammocks enjoying the splendid coastal view.

Amalfi: Private Valley of the Mills Nature Reserve Tour

2. Amalfi: Private Valley of the Mills Nature Reserve Tour

Meet your tour guide in the center of Amalfi. Together, you’ll follow the medieval alleys of the village—a place where time seems to have stopped. Pass by the crumbling ruins of the Basilica di Sant’Eustacchio, a church that must have been a jewel when it was constructed in the Middle Ages. As soon as you enter the Valley of the Mills, the landscape changes dramatically. You’ll find yourself in a fairy-tale atmosphere of waterfalls, surrounded by a lush green forest of rare plants. Following the Canneto River, the tour continues to the center of Amalfi. On the way, you’ll see the ruins of paper mills that stand as witnesses to the history of the area. Upgrade your tour to include lunch in a local farmhouse (Agriturismo) located in the valley, overlooking Amalfi from behind. This option includes a light lunch and a bio lemon juice.

From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Shared Driving Tour

3. From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Shared Driving Tour

Drive the Almafi Coast and be swept away by its picturesque towns, and pre-historic origins. Guided by your driver, learn about its history, culture, and significance and wander freely in each place for an hour or more. Witness the fervent paradise of Positano, developed vertically within a tangled overlay of streets, alleys, and shops, and admire the world-famous colorful fashions. Find yourself in a dome among the marble altars of the Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Go astray in Amalfi and twist and turn through the interlacing alleys and stairways that overlook the Tyrrhenian Sea. Marvel at the majestic Cathedral dedicated to Sant Andrea and learn the town's prehistoric origins. Feel the romance of Ravello, an elegant and refined village high above the coastal sea towns. Find Piazza Vescovado, the heart of the town, and learn the enriching culture of listening to great music.

Villa Cimbrone in Ravello and Amalfi Coast from Rome

4. Villa Cimbrone in Ravello and Amalfi Coast from Rome

Start your day off with a visit to Villa Cimbrone. With its immense gardens and dreamlike views, this villa offers the most memorable view of the Amalfi Coast. In the distance, you can admire the profile of the Cilento Mountains and next to it, the plain on which the ancient city of Paestum was built. The main path, Viale dell'Immenso, includes a pergola, which is most noticeable in summer with the white and blue of the wisteria in full bloom. The gardens themselves are adorned with temples and statues that confer a classic touch. On your way through the gardens, you will see: The Statue of Ceres, The Poggio of Mercury, Temple of Bacco, Eve Cave, a copy of the Statue of David, Roses Terrace, and the "Tea Room", a rectangular garden next to the rose garden that includes a Moorish style gazebo. After this visit and a break, in the afternoon your guide will drive you to Amalfi Coast. The Amalfi Coast is known for being the land of the orange blossoms and lemon trees, the saltiness of the marvelous beaches and the wildest Mediterranean scrub, all arranged in a vertical manner, together with the houses overlooking the sea and hidden in the maze of picturesque alleys. The first town you will visit will be Amalfi, the town that gives its name to the Costiera, which is located at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini. It looks like a cluster of white houses, clinging to the rock and connected by covered alleys and stairways. At the center of the main square dominates the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea with the spectacular staircase, the bell tower in Arab-Norman style and the suggestive Cloister of Paradise.  Then, you will enjoy the town of Positano, one of the most famous places on the Amalfi Coast, known for its winding staircases and the whitewashed houses that follow the natural course of the mountains, creating a vertical landscape. Appreciated by artists and jet-setters since the early post-war period, the town is famous for the production of leather sandals and cotton and linen clothes, for the beautiful 19th and 20th century buildings and postcard landscapes. 

Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello Private Day Trip

5. Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello Private Day Trip

The adventure begins with pickup from your hotel or port in Sorrento, then sets out towards the world-famous Amalfi Coast. As you drive, soak up mesmerizing views of the coastline then arrive at the first stop, Positano. Explore the charming town of Positano and admire its array of bright white houses. Learn about the culture and history of the Amalfi Coast and its villages from your driver. Next, visit the impressive Sant’Andrea Cathedral, known for its unique architectural style.  Enjoy free time to grab some lunch, then drive to Ravello, or the ‘City of Music’ as the locals say. Wander around the gardens and terraces of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, then stop to soak up yet more glistening coastal views.

Amalfi Coast: Salerno Walking Tour

6. Amalfi Coast: Salerno Walking Tour

The guided tour of Salerno will make you discover the hidden beauties of a town that has become popular in recent years even at Christmas with the artist's lights event. The guided tour starts from the Giuseppe Verdi Municipal Theater of the late 19th century and a few steps away you will find yourself at the Municipal Villa, transformed into the Garden of Enchantment. The tour continues in one of the symbolic places of Salerno, the Minerva garden, a multi-level botanical garden that the Salerno Medical School used to teach students the use of medicinal herbs. It is therefore considered the first of the botanical gardens born in Europe, enriched with medieval painted tiles and an enchanting panoramic view of the Gulf of Salerno. The visit continues in the historic center of the city with medieval alleys, the most popular of which is the Via dei Mercanti, a maximum of 5 meters wide, which since the time of the Lombards has been the main commercial street of Salerno. Many shops and local craft shops welcome tourists making the historic center alive and enriched by monuments such as the Fish Fountain attributed to Vanvitelli, former architect of the Royal Palace of Caserta. From this historic street we walk towards the Complex of San Pietro in Corte which was designed by the Romans as a spa complex and then transformed over the centuries into a small church and then a private chapel dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. The guided tour continues with a visit to the Duomo or Cathedral of San Matteo with a baroque facade that hides a beautiful four-sided portico and the real entrance to the church. The colonnade with arches and mullioned windows are reminiscent of the Arabian style, like the beautiful bell tower over 50 meters high, but the real jewel of the Cathedral is kept in the lower part, that is the wonderful Baroque crypt which houses the remains of San Matteo and is frescoed with scenes of the Gospel and some episodes of Salerno history. Our visit continues by discovering the most evocative corners of the town with the Medieval Aqueduct, also renamed Ponti del Diavolo, which in ancient times supplied water to the convent of San Benedetto and is linked to popular superstitions according to which you can meet demons or spirits malicious at night ... The guided tour ends by walking along the beautiful promenade, one of the most beautiful in Italy with its benches facing the sea and the largest Ferris wheel in Europe overlooking the sea with a spectacular view of the gulf and the Amalfi Coast.

Amalfi: Guided Private Walking Tour of the Gem of the Coast

7. Amalfi: Guided Private Walking Tour of the Gem of the Coast

Embark on a guided tour of Amalfi and discover one of the most enchanting spots along the Amalfi coast. Walk the labrynth of alleys, discover timeless art, and explore the historic center. Take in panoramic views above stone steps, learn about iconic monuments, and browse among the shops. Cross the Porta dell Marina and immerse yourself in the historic center of Amalfi. Immediatly admire the imposing staircase of the Cathedral dedicated to Sant Andrea and learn its significance. Notice its Arab-Norman style with Byzantine and Baroque details and the colorful mosaic. Arrive at the Cloister of Paradise, an ancient cemetery of the nobles of Amalfi. Today, you can marvel at its unique architecture, with intertwined arches, oriental style columns, and a wonderful palm tree garden. Smell the scent of lemons that waft from elegant villas as you walk through the alleys. Capture panoramic views by climbing stone steps and make a wish at the Cape e Ciuccio fountain by throwing a coin. Return to the waterfront and learn about the Arsenale, or shipyard of the ancient Maritime Republic where ships were built and repaired. End the tour on the promenade and take your pick among restaurants, cafes, and souvenir shops with views of the surrounding beaches and crystal waters.

Naples: Day Trip to the Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast

8. Naples: Day Trip to the Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast

Take an unforgettable day trip to the Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast on this tour from Naples. Let your guide show you the highlights and get free time to wander streets of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello.  Meet your guide at the Starhotel Terminus and Naples. Sit back and enjoy the scenic air-conditioned ride to the Sorrento Peninsula. View the soaring cliffs, hidden coves, pretty villages, and sweeping views the Gulf of Naples on the drive. Stop at in the village of Positano where you can go to boutique shops and cafes or check out the Santa Maria Assunta Church. Continue on a drive through the fortified by rock walls of the Praiano valley on your way to the picturesque town of Amalfi. Stroll through the vibrantly colored buildings in this fairy-tale like town. Snap pictures in the grand Piazza del Duomo square which is dominated by the striped marble and stone Amalfi Cathedral. Enter the cathedral to discover where relics of the apostle St. Andrew are kept. Finally, make your way up the winding cliffs to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ravello. Let the views of the sea, green hills, cliff-side gardens and villas take your breath away. Return to the meeting point in Naples.

From Naples: Private Tour to Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello

9. From Naples: Private Tour to Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello

Experience the highlights of the Amalfi coast with this private tour from Naples that hits all the sweet spots in Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. Listen as your driver narrates your journey. Start in Napoli with an early hotel pickup. Soak up views of the Sorrento Coast as you drive. Arrive in Positano and see its cliffside candy-colored houses. Admire the craft shops offering clothing and sandals. Travel to the seaside town of Amalfi. Immerse yourself in this gem which hangs on a turquoise sea. Marvel at the imposing cathedral of Sant'Andrea, which dominates the historic city center. Inhale the scents of fragrant lemon trees. Finally, drive up to the rolling hills of Ravello to take in panoramic views of the entire Amalfi Coast. Walk by Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone. Enjoy lush gardens and terraces overlooking the sea.

Naples: Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello Private Day Trip

10. Naples: Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello Private Day Trip

The adventure begins with pickup from your hotel or port in Naples, then sets out towards the world-famous Amalfi Coast. As you drive, soak up mesmerizing views of the coastline then arrive at the first stop, Positano. Explore the charming town of Positano and admire its array of bright white houses. Learn about the culture and history of the Amalfi Coast and its villages from your driver.  Arrive in Amalfi and enjoy some free time to grab lunch, then visit the impressive St Andrew’s Cathedral. Finally, head to Ravello and wander around the gardens and terraces of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo.

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What people are saying about Amalfi Coast

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Salerno is a less frequented destination, but one that has as much history and interesting sites as others along the Amalfi Coast. All this was brought alive by our wonderful guide, Filomena. Her knowledge and presentation were excellent as we wandered from one end of the old town to the other where the new shopping district starts. Putting everything in context from ancient times to today gave us a wonderful perspective and education of the area. This is something that anyone spending any time in Salerno needs to do.

Thank you I really enjoyed the trip. Marco and stephano were great hosts and showed great professionalism. They were very friendly and very nice. Me and my siblings really enjoyed it. Great experience.

Great day’s experience the tour guide/driver very friendly and informative. Exceeded our expectations and we enjoyed the views, stop offs and suggestions for lunch and olive oil tasting.