What to expect
The first stop will be at the UNESCO excavations of Pompeii, followed by stunning the Amalfi Coast.
The buried cities of Pompeii have been left under a blanket of ashes after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79. Let’s say “a must see” of our peninsula. Once at the site you will have time to visit the excavations.
Amalfi and Ravello are simply spectacular due to the many enchanting landscapes you will encounter on the way. During this tour you can really relax and enjoy the views, do some really cool shopping and take in the real essence of “la dolce vita”.
Positano can be considered the pearl of the Amalfi coast; it is petit and colourful with plenty of charm. Day and at night it is magical, by walking along the lanes and the stairways it is filled with local shops where you can buy souvenirs and handmade items such as sandals, clothes, and ceramics.
The Amalfi Coast got its name from Amalfi, and was declared protected by UNESCO because of its mere beauty.
Amalfi is also rich in history and traditions: it is one of the four maritime republics, in fact every 4 years it hosts a sea race with Pisa, Genoa and Venice and in the past it boasted the production of the famous Amalfi paper. It is now possible to visit the paper museum itself.
Ravello is located on the beautiful Amalfi coast, but don’t be fooled as it’s positioned at 315 meters above the sea level.
The most popular places are Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone in addition to the Cathedral of Ravello.
Why not ask your driver to suggest great places to go shopping for local products.
Take a break and enjoy a traditional lunch with amazing views that will simply take your breath away.