Land & Sea Tour of the Amalfi Coast

Enjoy this land and sea tour of the Amalfi Coast, Italy including Naples, Capri, and Positano

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What's Included in your Tour of the Amalfi Coast

  • 3-Nights on the Island of Capri
  • 4-Nights in Positano on the Amalfi Coast
  • 1-Night in Naples
  • Private & Small Group Tours with Expert Local Guides
  • Land and Sea Transportation between Destinations
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Your Tour of the Amalfi Coast Itinerary

Amalfi Coast Tour

Day 1-3 Capri

Laid-back nature and amazing food will greet you in Capri. A small maritime island, Capri has a history as a refuge for writers, artists, and intellectuals. After arriving in Naples, enjoy the views as you take a 50-minute ferry from Naples to Capri along the Gulf of  Naples.


It was known as the “Stracasa” (“Super-house”) because it was so much more than a humble abode. In 1920 the Lombardy-born engineer Emilio Errico Vismara chose spectacular Punta Tragara as the perfect spot to build a villa, perched high above the sea with views of the Faraglioni rock formations. The plans were drawn up by Le Corbusier, who described the villa as “a kind of architectural bloom, an extension of the rock, an offspring of the island, a plant-like phenomenon”.

It was only natural, then, that Villa Vismara should play a key role in history a few years later when it became home to the American command during the Second World War. Its eminent guests included General Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Mark Clark and Sir Winston Churchill.

Peace brought all the joie de vivre of the Dolce Vita to Capri, and in 1968 Count Goffredo Manfredi bought the villa as a holiday home, turning it into a hotel in 1973. Hotel Punta Tragara has enjoyed extraordinary growth ever since, reaching the pinnacle of hospitality on Capri as its five-star luxury status attests today.


  • Take a Scooter around the Island of Capri

Pick up a scooter each day for an hour to explore the Island on your own.

  • Street Food Tour with a Small Group

Explore the most trusted artisanal food shops, tasting as you go.

Includes some sightseeing in Capri as you walk around Cesarine from tasting to tasting. Home of the oldest network of home cooks that are passionate hosts that open their own homes for an immersive culinary experience.

  • Beach Day at Bagni Tiberio Beach Club with Sunbeds and a Lunch Reservation

It is the perfect spot to spend the day on Capri where you can relax at the beach club along a crystalline bay, sit down at the full-service restaurant for a plate of spaghetti with clams followed by peaches in white wine.

You can still see the remains of the nearby imperial villa overlooking the bay.

  • Private Boat around Capri

The best way to see Capri is to explore from the sea one of the most beautiful islands in the world aboard a private boat, where there will be only you and an experienced sailor. You’ll have plenty of time to make several stops in the island’s coves to relax, swim and snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Capri.

I highly recommend a stop for lunch in one of the restaurants by the sea, the sailor will accompany you to the pier of the structure and will wait for your return to continue the tour.


  • Pass By: Marina Piccola. Sail to the bay of Marina Piccola, with a visit to the Cave of the Sailors
  • Pass By: White Grotta Visit to the cave
  • Pass By: Green Grotta Visit to the cave
  • Pass By: Natural Arch You will look from the sea to the famous Natural Arch, an arch-shaped rock structure, formed by natural causes, following exogenous and endogenous erosion processes that have affected the rocks.
  • Pass By: Villa Malaparte You will see from the sea Villa Malaparte, a private house created by the Italian writer Curzio Malaparte, situated on a narrow rocky promontory, which seems to rise from the sea.
  • Stop At: Blue Grotto To enter the cave you will make a boat change. Climb up on one of the rowing boats run by a private company and visit the cave from inside. The duration of the visit may vary depending on the length of the row of waiting boats. Extra ticket for 14 euros / pax. Duration: 1-hour Admission Ticket Not Included
  • Stop At: I Faraglioni You will see the famous Faraglioni di Capri closely. The three rock peaks to the southeast of the island are the key stage of each tour. Pass under the arch of Faraglioni di Mezzo and take a unique souvenir photo. Duration: 15 minutes Admission Ticket Free
  • Pass By: Punta Carena Lighthouse We will sail along the west coast of the island that houses the Lighthouse of Punta Carena, the second-largest lighthouse in Italy.
  • Pass By: Red Grotta We will enter the Cave of the Coral, famous for the red color of the corals that are inside the cave, just below sea level.


  • Afternoon relaxing at the Fontelina Beach Club – Beach Beds with a Lunch Reservation

Everybody who comes to Capri’s Fontelina agrees that ours is one of the most beautiful beach clubs in Italy. It’s also one of the most exclusive: the kind of place where you might easily find yourself sitting in the sun next to a high-profile politician or Hollywood film star.

For us, it is a place so incredibly beautiful that nothing we do can make it more so. For us, it is a place to value and to love, just as our parents and grandparents did before us.

Here, where the waves lap gently against the Faraglioni rocks before breaking on the island’s sunny shores, you’ll experience the true heart and soul of Capri, and the legend which accompanies it.

A corner of the island lit by the turquoise reflections off the water.
A simple retreat, where hospitality is part of our history.

A magical place where each and every client is offered the warmest of welcomes, the finest food, and memories to treasure – forever.

Day 4-8 Positano

Positano is a village and comune on the Amalfi Coast, in Campania, Italy, mainly in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast.

You will enjoy a private speed boat ride from Capri to Positano.


Sky and sea in a close embrace

In the heart of the Amalfi Coast, Le Agavi is the first hotel you come to in Positano. An enchanting place, where the sea blends into the sky. A place of infinite beauty.

When you stay at our exclusive 5-star hotel we’ll treat you to the vacation you’ve been dreaming about. Private beach, superb location, services just for you. And it’s all real.



Positano is best explored on foot, so spend the morning strolling around on a walking tour; peek inside the Church of Santa Maria Assunta and browse shops, art galleries, and cafés.

Then, check out the town’s main beach Spiaggia Grande, where you’ll find the most impressive views of the town from below.

For lunch, head to a beachside restaurant to sample the region’s renowned seafood.

Afterward, cool off with a swim in the Mediterranean Sea or rent a kayak or paddleboard. Alternatively, foodies can opt for a gastronomic tour of the neighboring Sorrento Peninsula, a culinary hotspot famous for its lemons, mozzarella, and limoncello. As well as tasting locally produced cheeses and olive oils, you’ll get to feast on homemade Italian pizza.

  • Private Walking Tour of Positano

Positano is a picturesque village on the coast of Amalfi. It’s a well-known steep-sloped holiday destination with a pebble beachfront and Moorish-style architecture.

Admire the 13th-century Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary, the Church of Saint Mary of the Assumption. Explore the narrow streets lined up with cafes and boutiques, lots of ceramic shops, handmade shoes, and sandals along with galleries featuring the work of local artists.

  • Private Sunset Cruise along the Amalfi Coast

Spend an evening watching the sunset off the gorgeous Amalfi Coast on a private cruise from either Positano or Amalfi. Soak in the famous views from your private boat, enjoying a glass of Prosecco with light snacks and other beverages while your captain guides the way. During this 1.5-hour cruise, take a moment to swim or snorkel as well as simply sitting back to admire a singular sunset.

  • Amalfi & Sorrento Full Day Private Tour

See the beautiful lemon groves of Sorrento, discover the area’s history in Amalfi, and take in some of the best views of the Amalfi Coast in the town of Ravello.

Spend the day exploring the Amalfi Coast on this private tour from Positano Visit the picturesque towns of Sorrento, Amalfi, and Ravello Discover the history and take in the views of each unique town. Enjoy a personalized experience with your own private guide and vehicle.

  • Beach Day at Arienzo Beach Club with Sunbeds and Lunch

Located on one of the most beautiful beaches in Positano away from the crowd and noise of the center.


Beach access, one sunlounger, one towel and one umbrella (per every two sunloungers), wifi, music, beach service, use of the changing room, shower, and toilet;

  • 6 cocktails of your choice from the premium cocktail menu;
  • A bottle of mineral water;
  • Beach Lunch: an appetizer and a main course from the a la carte menu, a glass of wine, one dessert, coffee, and limoncello;
  • Complimentary shuttle boat service;
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Day 9 Naples


At the end of the 19th century, George Parker Bidder III, a wealthy English marine biologist, who spent much of his time at the zoological department of the Royal Villa Comunale, saved the former Hotel Tramontano Beau Rivale, where he was a loyal guest, from financial ruin. Grand Hotel Parker’s as it became known, transformed into the select retreat for the literary and cultural elite of British high society. Fast forward to the aftermath of WW II and Grand Hotel Parker’s is once again rescued but this time by Francesco Paolo Avallone, patron of the fine arts.

The Grand Hotel Parker’s is reborn. Massive restoration is underway with great detail and attention paid to preserving the priceless original features.

The Grand Hotel Parker’s is the historic legacy of old-world grandeur and flawless service today just as it was in 1870…



This tour allows you to soak up the stunning beauty of palaces and churches, food and history.

At the end of your tour, you’ll have sampled some of Naples’s most delicious dishes and gained a better understanding of their culture and history.

  • Start with a hot fogliatella, a crispy (or soft) ricotta cake.
  • Local fruits and veg are on offer at our next stop.
  • Stop at the oldest bakery in Napoli to pick up a Neapolitan version of a pot pie.
    On Rione Sanità enjoy treats and a local aperitivo.
  • Sample a fresh milky mozzarella di bufala, ricotta, and ‘cicoli’, a local salami.
  • Chat with a real pizzaiolo, and taste (among others) our original Margherita pizza.
  • At a local limoncello factory, you’ll try a shot of limoncello.
  • Local pasta and a glass of local wine are on offer at our next stop.
  • Cool off with an artisanal gelato, made with the freshest ingredients.
  • Sip a Neapolitan espresso.
  • Finish off with a delicious Secret Dish.

Can Add

  • Italian lager beer
  • A shot of traditional Neapolitan liqueur
  • A glass of a digestive Italian amaro

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