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  3. Naples
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Shared Amalfi Coast Tour

Product ID: 142410
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This unique 8 hour experience runs from Monday to Sunday (in all seasons) and see what the beautiful Amalfi coast has to offer.
About this activity
Duration 8 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Spanish, English, French, Italian

Pick-up service

Pick-up to your Hotel/Harbor/Airport/Railway Station (Naples/Caserta/Salerno/Avellino/Benevento)
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Admire the panoramic views from Ravello
  • Enjoy shopping in charming Amalfi
  • Visit famous Positano
  • Travel in fully-equipped first-class vehicles
Full description
Visit Ravello. Ravello has the terraces of Villa Rufolo and Cimbrone, from which you can admire a breathtaking view, enchanted Wagner and Greta Garbo, in whose honor, every year, it holds the International Music Festival. This has made it the city of music, Ravello on the Amalfi Coast a quiet and chic town. It was a flourishing center of commercial activities since the 11th and 12th centuries. 

A terrace out to sea in the Lattari Mountains offers a scenario of natural beauty, unique in the world. From its viewpoint, especially the one dedicated to Princess of Piemonte, the Amalfi Coast is a dreamlike vision. Surrounded by radiant nature, nestled in an idyllic position on a rocky spur that divides the valley of the river Dragone from that of Reginna torrent is one of the widest points of view of the Gulf, it dominates the blue sea of the Amalfi Coast. 

Ravello is the protagonist of one of the finest tales by Giovanni Boccaccio in “Decameron”: Landolfo Rufolo, noble by birth, by choice pirate, shipwrecked by chance and, finally, for skill and good fortune, a happy owner of an immense treasure. The sketches of the Amalfi Coast that he commissioned in 1819 from the great English painter William Turner are on display at the Tate Gallery in London. 

Among its art treasures that stand apart are the Cathedral, founded in the 12th century. Villa Rufolo, whose origins date back to the 11th century, with its astonishing flowered terraces and home of the stage overlooking the sea of the Festival. Villa Cimbrone, famous for its exciting Belvedere, which offers the most beautiful panorama in the world. Piazza Fontana Moresca completes the picture, the charming tangle of streets that radiate charm and capture visitors by transporting them into another dimension, that ofa dream, accompanied by music with a traditional concert. 

Visit Amalfi. The place was announced as a World Heritage Site and presented to tourists as a rare place in the world. Its climate is Mediterranean, and the patron saint is St. Andrew the Apostle. In Amalfi you can enjoy beautiful walks along the narrow streets and visit the cathedral, and the sunny beaches. 

In the afternoon, have lunch in one of the best restaurant on the coast. 

Visit Positano. While arriving in Positano, you will pass along a winding road that runs along a rock face full of Mediterranean vegetation: clumps of gorse and rosemary sprouting along the craggy coastline that is the setting for a green crystalline sea. Suddenly, it breaks through unforgettable scenery, something between myth and dream: Positano. While riding the road, you will come across narrow and articulated alleys, steps overlooking beautiful and breathless views made of terraced gardens, pergolas of lemons and multicoloured patches of bougainvillaea. From the white houses clinging to the rock, protruding balconies embellished with geraniums and daisies that take place in the downtown till the beach, where Positano looks like a pyramid of houses that climbs towards the sky along the coast then, immersed in green, opens hidden coves that seem unexplored.
Includes
  • English speaking driver
  • Fuel surcharge
  • All taxes
  • Pick-up and drop off hotel/harbor/airport/railway
  • Fees and handling charges
  • Local taxes
What’s Not Included
  • Lunch
  • Tips to the guides are appreciated, but not expected

Prepare for the activity

Important information
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
Not allowed
  • Open-toed shoes
Know before you go
Comfortable clothing and sensible closed toe walking shoes are recommended.

Sunscreen and sun glasses are suggested.

The stops of the itineraries can be interchangeable according to your needs.