Before boarding your ship, stroll through the city of Naples. According to UNESCO, this is the oldest city in Europe with the largest concentration of historical monuments in the world. Soak up Italian culture by taking in a show at the San Carlo Theater, the oldest opera house still in operation today! Continue to discover the complex history of Naples by visiting the sumptuous Castel Nuovo.
It is possible to discover Naples in a more surprising way. For example, you can venture into the underground tunnels of Naples, which extend over 80 km of galleries. This place full of history allows you to discover the history of Naples and the ancient Greeks to modern times.
At the end of the day, board your luxury yacht and sail to your next destination: Ischia.
Ischia is a volcanic island far from the hustle and bustle. It is nicknamed the Green Island because of its lush vegetation. A good way to discover this place is to hike the island’s trails. You can also escape by climbing Monte Epomeo, which offers a breathtaking panorama.
Stroll through the sublime Mortella gardens amidst thousands of plant species.
For lunch, enjoy traditional dishes such as sausage with friarielli or gnocchi with sorrentina. At the end of the meal, enjoy the local digestive: the arugula liquor.
The island is also famous for its thermal waters. Spend the afternoon relaxing at the Negombo Thermal Park. You will be able to observe the benefits of Ischia’s hot waters.
Step on board your vessel and sail overnight to Capri. By kayak or paddle, venture into the famous Blue Grotto of Capri. This enchanting cave of intense blue is fascinating.
After your trip to the Blue Grotto, sail to Faraglioni, three imposing and emblematic rocks, each about 100 meters high. Take advantage of the opportunity to do water sports in a unique setting.
Visit one of the many museums in the city: The Diocesan Museum, the Museo della Carta, the Museum of the Arsenal and the Republic, or the Civic Museum.
The Cathedral of Sant’Andrea or “Duomo” is an emblematic monument of Amafi. In this baroque style cathedral, you can admire many works of art such as paintings, statues and the bronze door of Constantinople.
Enjoy a lunch in town to taste Limoncello, an Italian liquor.
In the afternoon, anchor off one of the most popular beaches such as Amalfi’s Grand Beach. Go snorkeling or enjoy water sports.
In Positano, soak up the sun at a beach club. Put your shoes on and stroll through the cobblestone streets of Positano’s iconic cliff. Let yourself be charmed by the architecture of the place. Immortalize this place by taking pictures of the brightly colored houses that cascade down to the coast.
An hour’s drive from Positano, enjoy wine tourism at the Cantine Marisa Cuomo winery. Here, enjoy breathtaking scenery while tasting wine and learning the secrets of winemaking.
Next stop is Sorrento. Set foot ashore to enjoy a delicious Italian-style ice cream. Stroll through the town and then return to the ship to sunbathe on your luxury yacht or do some water sports.
The last stop of your trip will be in the Roman city of Pompeii.
Pompeii is an archaeological site full of history. This city was submerged by the ashes of the eruption of the volcano in 79 A.D. It is still today an object of fascination for all the passionate persons of history of the antiquity. Pompeii is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. You too can dive into the Roman history of this spectacular city by visiting these impressive ruins.
The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is from May to October.
In spring, the climate is mild. In summer, the Mediterranean climate is perfect for a vacation in the sun. From September on, the temperatures start to drop, and the climate is pleasant. The tourist season begins to decline.