Leave Naples in a comfortable minivan/minibus towards the amazing Amalfi Coast with a day tour during which you can visit Amalfi and Positano on your own thanks to the advice of our professional and nice staff.
Departure from: Naples
Duration 12 hours
From 1 July 2021 to 15 September 2021 (All days) - High season From 16 September 2021 to 31 October 2021 (All days) - Mid season
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Pick-up from a meeting point in Naples
- Transfer to the port of departure
- Boat tour with up to 12 people
- Professional skipper who speaks English/Spanish
- Sail around the Coast
- Swim break
- About 2 hours of free time in Amalfi and Positano
- Taxes, fuel, insurance
- Safety equipment
- On board: wifi, drinks (water and alcoholic drinks)
- Caprese sandwich mozzarella cheese and tomatoes (Food intollerance options also available)
- Ground transport in Amalfi & Positano
- Museums and attractions
Bring your swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, and hat.
Meeting point pick up is available for this tour.
Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator, they will contact you shortly to provide the exact pick up time and meeting point!
Please check your email ,and spam box as well, we could also contact you through whatsapp (if you use it).
Provided by: Buyourtour (Sorrento)
Tours and day trips departing from Sorrento to Capri, the Amalfi Coast, and Pompeii, Vesuvio, Ischia and Procida
"The tour was great, being on the intimate boat setting was really nice. Absolutely stunning scenery. Take some time to wander over to the Marinna Piccolo. Well worth the trek! "
"We loved our trip to Amalfi coast our driver Fernando was funny & informative & we trusted his driving!! We had a surprise..we could view Amalfi from the water for a small extra fee totally worth it!!"
"We enjoyed our driving tour, Amalfi coast. Our driver, Nino, was entertaining, informative and made us feel safe on the winding roads. Our pickup was on time and instructions at stops were clear."