Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast — Costiera Amalfitana — is a 50 kilometers stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy, in the Campania region. It’s a popular holiday destination, with sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages.

In 1997, the Amalfi Coast was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape and world heritage site renowned for its natural beauty as well as its characteristic towns.

The coastal road features some of the most magnificent and incredible architecture grand villas, terraced vineyards and Cliffside lemon groves, houses and buildings painted in fresh pastels, seem to crop out of the cliffs and canyons like crayons set against a magical back-drop of color.

With beautiful crystal clear ocean waters and breathtaking landscapes offset by famous towns like SorrentoPraianoPositanoRavello and the Amalfi, whose charming architecture blends into the mountainous landscape.

The Island of Capri is a popular holiday destination, with sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages.

Tours and Activities


There are few places in the world that have a unique fantasy of myth and nature as Capri.

Capri is an island located in the Bay of Naples, it is famed for its rugged landscape, upscale hotels and shopping.

Known all over the world for the beauty of its landscape: the gorgeous colours of the Mediterranean vegetation and the bright blue of its waters; the island is also a glamourous destination for all the people belonging to the international jet set.

The highlights of an unforgettable visit of Capri island are: the view of the Faragioni and the Natural Arch, the boat rides around the island and to the Blu Grotto, the chairlift up in Anacapri to enjoy the best views of the Gulf of Naples.

Pompeii and Vesuvius

Come experience a guided visit of Pompeii’s historic excavations a vast archaeological site located in southern Italy’s Campania region.

Walk through the ancient streets, you can visit the houses and view their wonderful frescoes in previous residences of Roman patricians before the tremendous volcanic eruption of A.D 79.

After visiting Pompeii you can head over to Mount Vesuvius for a guided tour of the crater, where you can see the enchanting view of lava flows and Naples’ Gulf.

Amalfi Coast

On the Amalfi Coast you will begin the most spectacular drive in the world.

The famous coastline stretches from the hills of the Sorrento area all the way to the city of Salerno: the villages of major interest are Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.

When visiting Positano, you will feel like walking in a tiny dreamy village full of colours: the bouganvillae flowers cover the white arches of the local houses, the shops sell the typical Moda Positano clothes, from the top of the town walking down the beach there many panoramic spots to enjoy the view of the Mediterranean sea.

Amalfi was in the past a Maritime Republic and today offers the chance of visiting its Arsenali, the magnificent Duomo of Saint Andrew and the Museum della carta; do not miss a relaxing walk on the beach as well.

Ravello is located on the top of the Monti Lattari (milky mountains) and overlooks the Amalfi bay: the village offers some of the most stunning views of the divine coast.

Do not miss the opportunity of a lifetime!


A chance to visit one of Europe’s most exciting city, Naples. Naples has centuries of important art and architecture.

The city’s cathedral, the Duomo di San Gennaro, is filled with frescoes. Other major landmarks include the lavish Royal Palace and Castel Nuovo, a 13th-century castle.

We will show you the highlights of Naples’ historic center including: Piazza del Municipio, Umberto Gallery, San Carlo Theatre, Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace and enjoy an evening walking on the narrow streets and taste some of the local products.

Do not forget to save the space for the pizza!


Paestum is a truly enchanting and atmospheric place, and a must see on any classical tour of Italy.

Just south of the Sorrento peninsula and Amalfi Coast, and a mile inland, this is an exciting archaeological site where three Greek temples stand in the middle of the countryside.

Paestum was one of the most important ancient sites in Magna Grecia (Greater Greece) where the Greeks first conquered Italy.

The temples are some of the largest in Italy and those who have previously seen Pompeii will notice a significant difference between the two ancient sites.


A trip not to be missed: Herculaneum. Immeasurable treasure trove of art and history, the excavations of Herculaneum give us an ancient and beautiful city founded by the Greeks on the shores of the sea, then falling under the rule of the Sanniti, and finally, in the Roman town of Herculaneum.

The archaeological park is ideal stop for those who have limited time but want to experience the thrill of walking in the footsteps of the ancient Romans!

Although smaller than nearby Pompeii, Herculaneum is far better preserved. The devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD covered Pompeii in a thick layer of volcanic ash but left Herculaneum submerged by a 20 m (65 ft) mudslide, which hardened and perfectly preserved the houses, shops, villas, and frescoes

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