Cruise through the heart of the Neapolitan Riviera on a private boat excursion from Sorrento. Explore the isle of Capri, Positano (the vertical city) and everything in between.
What to Expect
Embark in the mornig from the port of Sorrento on a private speedboat with a local captain who will show you the not-to-be-missed sights of Capri and Positano. You will cruise along the Sorrento coastline and across the Bay of Naples with an amazing view of the active volcano, Mt. Vesuvius, the island of Ischia and Capri. Once you arrive in Capri, the captain will take you to the most important grottos and rock formations, including the Blue, Green and White Grottos and the famous Faraglioni rock formations- the symbol of Capri. Stop to swim in the turquoise bays, discover natural arcs in the limestone coast, and relax on the cushioned sundeck.
Once you have seen the best of Capri, you will cruise out of the Bay of Naples and into the Gulf of Salerno, snaking along the Amalfi Coast. Discover Nerano, a small fishing village that has become reknown for it's delicious cuisine. Hungry? The captain can pull-up here for a seaside lunch. This is a unique experience since Nerano is not very easily reachable by car. After lunch, continue on to Li Galli private islands and perhaps stop for a swim. Legend has it that Ulysses heard the song of the sirens here as he sailed through and on to Capri.
Finally, arrive in Positano. Have your camera ready as you approach the village beause from the sea the view of the colorful villas climbing up the rocks is absolutely mesmorizing. Enjoy some free time at your leisure to walk through the cobblestone alleyways of Positano before making your way back to the boat. Cruise along the coastline and back to Sorrento after a full-day of fun and relaxation.
- A fridge full of beverages
- Snorkel masks
- Private captain
What's Not Included
- Lunch at a seaside restaurant
Know Before You Go
• Please include where you are staying and working contact numbers when you book. The tour operator will call you the day before the excursion so this is extremely important