OUR TOURS AMALFI COAST
Capri is the most famous island of the Gulf of Naples, it has karst origin and it was connected to the Sorrentine Peninsula where today lies the Strait of Bocca Piccola. Capri is composed primarily of mountains and plateaus, such as Anacapri. Along the coast, you can find pleasant coves and panoramic views of great charm.
Spectacular Cliffs Hide caves that can be visited by boat, the most famous of which is the Blue Grotta. The Island is characterised by a typical Mediterranean vegetation.
The main towns of the island are: Capri, Anacapri, Marina Grande and Marina Piccola. The Sea, the caves, the spectacular Faraglioni, the landscape and the unspoiled nature make Capri a symbol of the Gulf of Naples and a popular tourist destination.
Amalfi Coast thirteen municipalities set in a unique panorama in the world have made famous this part of the coast so famous as to be declared “World Heritage” by Unesco.
There are terriffic cliffs with breathtaking views that depart from the southern part of the Sorrentine Peninsula, passing through marvellous towns such as Ravello, Positano and Amalfi before ending at the port of Salerno. The landscapes that have made it famous are characterized by green hills sprinkled with bright yellow lemons, glimpses overlooking the sea of Incommenabile beauty, crystal clear waters and turquoise with small sandy and rocky coves.
Sorrento is a beautiful pearl set in a breathtaking panorama ideal for visiting the Sorrentine coast but also the Amalfi Coast, with which it is well connected. Not to Be missed: Correale Museum for the porcelain of the school of Capodimonte and the view of the Gulf of Naples that is enjoyed from the terrace; Cathedral of Sorrento, it is still possible to see inside the traces, in the marbles, of the Paleochristian and Byzantine cathedral. In The first chapel is preserved the baptismal font where he was baptized Torquato Tasso; Walls of Sorrento, from which you can take a historical walk through the city walls built in Roman Times.