Sorrento and Amalfi Coast

from 220,00

Full day tour that will give you the chance to admire the spectacular Amalfi Coast, considered the most picturesque stretch of the Italian coast and declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Full day tour that will give you the chance to admire the spectacular Amalfi Coast, considered the most picturesque stretch of the Italian coast and declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

It is an outstanding example of the Mediterranean landscape. The route is really exciting, with zig-zag streets going back and forth along the slopes, passing through fields of olive groves, lemon trees, luxurious gardens and exceptional views over turquoise waters.

Along the route there are stops at two of the most famous villages on the coast, the charming village of Positano and Amalfi, which is at the mouth of a deep gorge at the foot of Monte Cerreto, surrounded by cliffs. A very popular place, with lots of cafes, shops and its picturesque promenade.

We will continue with a stop in the famous town of Sorrento, of which the legend says that the name derives from the mythical mermaids, who were half women and half fish, which forced the navigators to shipwreck against their rocks.

What is included in this tour?
  • English speaking driver (4-7 people) or accompanying guide (min 8-14 people)
  • Transportation in air-conditioned minibus to sailors to shipwreck against its rocks.
  1. Rome Start of the tour

    Start of the tour

  2. Amalfi Coast Story towns

    All the municipalities that make up the coast, were declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

  3. Positano The vertical city
  4. Amalfi The maritime republic

    It is located at the mouth of a deep gorge, at the foot of Monte Cerreto, surrounded by cliffs.

  5. Sorrento The city of sirens

    The legend says that the name derives from the mythical mermaids, who were half women and half fish, which forced the navigators to shipwreck against their rocks.

  6. Rome End of our services

    End of our services

Sorrento

The legend says that the name derives from the mythical mermaids, who were half women and half fish, which forced the navigators to shipwreck against their rocks.

Amalfi Coast

Considered the most picturesque stretch of the Italian coast. All the municipalities that make up the coast, were declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.