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From Sorrento: Amalfi and Positano Boat Tour

1. From Sorrento: Amalfi and Positano Boat Tour

After pickup from your hotel, your boat tour will depart at 9:00 AM. First, you'll sail around Li Galli island, where the myth of Ulysses and the Sirens is said to have been set. Then your boat will head to the Ancient Marine Republic of Amalfi where you'll enjoy 4 hours of free time to explore the town. Don't miss seeing the main local attractions such as the Cathedral and the Cloister of Paradise. Enjoy some time on the pebble beach, tanning and swimming in the azure waters. You may also want to shop for local products like the world-famous Amalfi Coast lemons and limoncello.  Next, sail towards Positano, where you'll also have about 1.5 hours to yourself. Admire the picturesque Furore and the beautiful old town of Praiano. On the return trip, you'll find the Fjord of Crapolla and the enchanting Islet d'Isca that belongs to Eduardo de Filippo. Finally, arrive back at the port at about 5:15 PM to catch your shuttle back to your accommodations.

Amalfi Coast: Boat and Snorkeling Tour in Small Group

2. Amalfi Coast: Boat and Snorkeling Tour in Small Group

Board an Amalfitan Gozzo boat for a scenic ride along the Amalfi coast. Admire natural wonders, including the Natural Arch and Faraglioni Rocks. Swim and snorkel or relax on the shores of secluded beaches. Once everybody has jumped on board and had a little briefing about how you're going to spend the day, you will be ready to set off to the west towards Positano. The route will take you along Amalfi Coast’s finest beaches as well as close to natural rock arches and into sea caves, giving you the opportunity to admire the old watchtowers that dot the entire length of this coast. You will pause at beaches reachable only by sea and have time to go snorkeling or swimming in crystal-clear waters and into grottoes. Not too far from the starting point, right after leaving the center of Amalfi, you will get close to Saint Andrew's Grotto, a huge natural sea cave full of stalactites named after the patron saint of Amalfi (Andrea). Then, once passed Duoglio and Santa Croce beaches, you will stop by the "Arc of Lovers", a natural rock arch created millions of years ago by the erosion of the sea whose shape recalls two elephants in the act of kissing. Up to not too long ago young couples used to get married on the top of it. A little later you will cruise in front of the ancient fishing village of Conca dei Marini, passing near the villa of Sophia Loren and seeing the historic hotel “Il Saraceno” located on La Vite Beach. From here you will also have a stunning view of the Santa Rosa Monastery, a former convent now converted into a luxury hotel, once home of the Dominican nuns. It's right in the kitchens of this monastery that the delicious "Sfogliatella Santa Rosa" was born, a shell-shaped pastry filled with ricotta cheese-based cream and little dried fruit pieces, typical of the local culinary tradition (don't forget to taste it before leaving!). Once past the seaside of Conca dei Marini you will enter its western basin, where you will have a beautiful view of Furore and Praiano villages and the islands of Li Galli and Capri, together with the well-known Faraglioni Rocks. Further inside this basin we will find the little Runghetiello Grotto and its tiny beach, where you will anchor for a break to go swimming or snorkeling. You will reach then the famous Furore Fjord, the only natural fjord in Italy and location of the international diving competition "MarMeeting": every year in July, professional divers from around the world compete by jumping from the top of the bridge which is 28 meters high. Navigating a little farther onward to the village of Praiano you will be able to have a close look at a bigger sea cave, the Africana Grotto, where the water has a distinctive blue color thanks to the unique refraction of light. Finally you will go round Capo Sottile and continue cruising to Positano, where you will have another break for snorkeling at a beach reachable only by the sea and so not crowded at all: La Porta. The return trip to Amalfi will give you a different but equally remarkable view of both sea and land.

Positano: Amalfi Coast Grotto Tour

3. Positano: Amalfi Coast Grotto Tour

Embark on a 2-hour tour of the Amalfi coast's wonderful grottos from Positano. See the Tras e Iesc caves near Praiano, the Africana Grotto, and, if you'd like, the Emerald Grotto. Board a small rubber boat suited for cave exploration in Positano and head toward the small village of Praiano, where you will have a chance to explore the Tras e Iesc caves. Next, take a refreshing swim in the Africana Grotto before having the option to continue on to the fantastic Emerald Grotto.

From Amalfi Coast: Capri Full-Day Guided Trip

4. From Amalfi Coast: Capri Full-Day Guided Trip

Discover the picturesque island of Capri on a guided tour from Amalfi or Maiori. Take in the highlights of the coast like Praiano Beach, Furore Fjord, and the Li Galli islands. Take a dip at the Faraglioni rocks and uncover the beauty ofe Capri on a guided minivan tour. Board the boat in Maiori or Amalfi before setting sail for a cruise along the Amalfi Coast. Listen as your guide points out all the highlights, including Furore Fjord, Praiano Beach, and Li Galli or Sirenusas. Pass Punta Campanella and head to Capri. Upon arrival, take a seat on the upper deck for a guided tour of the island from the water. Enjoy fantastic views of its natural attractions, including the Natural Arch and the White and Green Grottos. Swim in the crystal-clear water around the magnificent Faraglioni rocks.  Enjoy a glass of prosecco as you sail to Marina Grande. Hop aboard a minivan for a guided tour of Capri. Stop at the Anacapri Belvedere for a walk with your guide. Marvel at the stunning views over the island's rocky coast and out into the Mediterranean Sea. Take some time for lunch before returning to Capri town for a walk in Piazza Umberto I and through the narrow alleyways. Enjoy some free time to shop for some of Capri's glamorous fashion items in the many elegant boutiques. Board the ferry back to Amalfi or Maiori.

Salerno: 7-Hour Amalfi Coast Small Group Boat Tour

5. Salerno: 7-Hour Amalfi Coast Small Group Boat Tour

Admire the beautiful beaches, coves, and local villages set against a stunning natural backdrop on a 7-hour journey along Italy's Amalfi Coast aboard a traditional "gozzo" boat. Relax and enjoy your welcome Prosecco drink as you take in the panoramic views of picturesque villages dotted along the coastline, and secret beach caves from Salerno. Swim and snorkel in the blue waters to cool down, and enjoy the sandwich, fruit, and drinks offered on board as the cool sea breeze blows in your hair. Stop in the renowned towns of Amalfi and Positano for one hour each, and explore their historic streets. Enjoy a final surprise from the crew before heading back to the port of Salerno, in time for your evening apéritif and dinner.

From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Boat Cruise

6. From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Boat Cruise

Experience the beauty of the Amalfi Coast and Sorrentine Peninsula from a different perspective on a full-day boat cruise. Discover the Li Galli islets, where the myth of Ulysses and the Sirens are set, and much more. Stop for 3.5 hours in the historic city of Amalfi and use the time to visit the Cathedral of Saint Andrew to see the Cloister of Paradise, experience the emerald cave, or enjoy a coffee on the main square. Admire the beautiful church overlooking the sea in Praiano, and pass the amazing fjord and medieval watchtowers at Furore. Make your way to the pretty village of Positano and go ashore for 2 hours to stroll the charming streets and find local crafts in the gift shops.  Alternatively, relax on the beach and go for a swim before sailing back towards Sorrento. Pass the Crapolla fjord and the private islet of Isca before arriving back at the port of Nerano.

Amalfi: Furore Walking, Vineyards, and Cellars Tour

7. Amalfi: Furore Walking, Vineyards, and Cellars Tour

After gathering at the meeting point of the Hotel Gentile, begin your authentic path that combines trekking, panoramas, and the authentic flavors of the Amalfi Coast. Walk through the small villages of Agerola and Furore, crossing the green Valle di Praia - which from above offers a unique panorama of Praiano and its financial terraces. Travel along an ancient staircase and admire the vertical cliffs that host the suggestive Caves of Santa Barbara. From there, be catapulted into the rurality of the Furore Vineyards. Much of the route takes you through the vertical vineyards which gave life to one of the best whites in Italy: Fior d'Uva. Visit the area where the grapes are turned into wine, encountering the farmers and winemakers responsible for this process. You also visit the Marisa Cuomo Winery, the show room, and its underground caves - which are home to ancient barrels. Your journey then continues through the upper area of Fiordo di Furore, crossing the river right there where the fjord itself originates. Your day finally ends with nice journey to a small farmhouse, overlooking the fjord and surrounded by nature. It is there that you can cap off your experience with a full lunch, based on typical products and partnered with authentic Furore wine.

Positano: Amalfi Coast & Emerald Grotto Private Boat Tour

8. Positano: Amalfi Coast & Emerald Grotto Private Boat Tour

Sail along the colorful Amalfi Coast on a customizable cruise from Positano. See the famous cities of Monetpertuso and Nocelle from the water, explore Praiano, and enjoy a drink as you watch the sunset. Board your comfortable boat in the port of Positano, and head out into the clear blue waters. As you cruise, marvel at the brilliant colors emerging from the lush green of the coast. Slowly sail along the coast, admiring the natural landscape changing from mountains to white cliffs overlooking the sea. After a few minutes of sailing, spot Montepertuso, Arienzo, Nocelle, and Vettica Maggiore. Next, sail past the iconic Scoglio dell’Isca. Get into your snorkeling gear and dive into the water. Swim around the rock formation and spot the many fish underwater. After returning to the boat, continue to Praiano, an ancient fishing village now teeming with luxury villas. If you wish, enjoy some free time in Praiano. Visit its small historic center and explore the church of San Gennaro. Continue to the Fjord of Furore, an enchanting UNESCO World Heritage site. See where the sea meets a river creating a charming picture. Before returning to Positano, enjoy one last stop at the Emerald Grotto. Marvel at the intense green color of its waters and the fascinating stalagmites. Between 9.30 A.M and 4 P.M., you can tour the inside by boat for an additional €5.00 per person. As you return to Positano, enjoy a drink and watch the sunset over the sea. If you have any special requests, all itineraries are flexible and tailored to your needs and desires.

From Positano: Private Boat Tour to Capri or Amalfi

9. From Positano: Private Boat Tour to Capri or Amalfi

Enjoy a full day at sea on a private boat tour from Positano. Climb aboard a leisure boat built for comfort and choose how you spend your time on the water. Head south along the Amalfi Coast or cross the Tyrrhenian Sea to the island of Capri — the choice is yours. If you choose to visit Capri, the captain will cruise north from Positano, passing Nerano, famous for its blue flag beaches. Stop for a refreshing swim. Continue to Punto Campanella, where the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento Coast meet. Then, cross the Bay of Naples and enjoy views of Vesuvius. Upon arrival in Capri, circumnavigate the entire island, stopping at the Blue, White, and Green Grotto. See the private villas of the rich and famous, along with Casa Malaparte and the historic lighthouse. Cruise past Marina Piccola to sail through the rock formations of Faraglioni. Choose to enjoy the island from the boat or dock for some free time on land. If wanting to explore the Amalfi Coast, head south from Positano and enjoy some of the most beautiful views in the world. Stop to swim in the lagoons and caves that line the rugged coastline, or find an empty beach to laze on. Pass the beautiful fishing village of Praiano where century-old traditions are still maintained. Go to the hidden lagoon of the fjord of Furore. Every year a diving competition is held on the bridge above the fjord. Continue to Conca dei Marini to sail under Sophia Loren's former villa. Get an up-close view of the beachside apartment where Jackie Kennedy spent her Amalfi Coast vacation. Stop in bustling Amalfi for a chance to stretch your legs and get some lunch. Then, go to Atrani, Italy’s smallest village. You can also visit the enchanting villages of Ravello and Marmorata to see a waterfall that once powered an old paper mill. Finally, go to the laid-back villages of Minori and Maiori to see Roman ruins and discover one of the most famous pastry shops on the Amalfi Coast.

From Positano: Amalfi Coast Private Half-Day Cruise w/ Swim

10. From Positano: Amalfi Coast Private Half-Day Cruise w/ Swim

Departure from Positano at 10.00 on the way to Amalfi you can admire the unique scenery in the world, the Amalfi Coast. You can admire from the boat Praiano with the cove of Gavitella, the “Grotta Dell’africana” and Marina di Praia, a small fishing village. You can also visit the Emerald Grotto (extra €6 pp cash to be paid directly there), this visit is optional, you can choose whether to visit the cave or stay on board. It will then resume the excursion passing through Conca dei Marini, the natural Arch and Amalfi.On the way back to Positano you’ll stop for a swim in the limpid waters of the coast .On board you can enjoy a wide selection of drinks available for you.

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What people are saying about Furore

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 682 reviews

This experience felt more like ferry ride to Almafi and Positano & back, with a few interesting facts and sites along the way. There were about 100 of us on the boat so it didn't feel like a super personalized experience. If you're looking for a great way to see the highlights of the Almafi coast, this is a great experience!

The only experience was very nice, Crew very nice and friendly!!! Stops very nice Only in positano that the experience was not so good because any restaurant accept tourist only for drinks!!

A very nice cruise, very complete which allows you to see Amalfi and Positano! (Be careful to check whether or not you are taking the transfer from Sorrento!)

Wonderful excursion especially the boat tour. Very well organised. Helpful guides and drivers. Very well informed.

It was fabulous. That was fantastic to swim in the sea in different places. The trip was excellent!