Duration : 9 Hours
Places: Amalfi Coast, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello
Leaving from: Naples port
Our shore excursion to the Amalfi Coast from the Naples port starts around 7.30 am and includes the Amalfi Drive tour. During this tour you will be able to admire some of the most famous panoramic views of the Amalfi coast such as Fiordo di Furore and Grotta dello Smeraldo, where you can make a stop upon request, before continuing with the visit of Amalfi, Ravello, the city of music, and Positano, the most famous vertical city of the world, frequented by VIPs and celebrities and tourists from all over the world.
A Star Cars driver will pick you up at the boarding pier with a super-equipped Mercedes with all the comforts, air-conditionied and of course fully insured to guarantee your maximum safety.
The first stop on our shore excursion from the port of Naples will be in the beautiful and romantic city of music, the city of Ravello, an ancient medieval city on the hills above Amalfi.
In Ravello you can visit the most famous villas on the Amalfi Coast, Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, with landscaped gardens and splendid terraces overlooking the Gulf with spectacular views.
The garden of Villa Rufolo is also known as the "Garden of the Soul" and here Wagner composed his "Parsifal" in 1880.
The third stop of the Star Cars shore excursion from the port of Naples will be in Positano, the pearl of the Amalfi Coast, a destination for VIPs, who dock their yachts off the bay, but also a destination for tourists from all over the world. In Positano you can visit the Church of Santa Maria Assunta with the characteristic multicolored majolica dome where there is the Byzantine icon of the Madonna venerated in Positano.
In the city, we'll take a wonderful walk on the colorful streets with lots of trendy cafes, restaurants and artisan shops of linen clothing of the famous "Moda Positano" and also shops of leather sandals and colored ceramics. Absolutely to see two of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Spiaggia Grande, where you can take wonderful shots of the Positano skyline and also the Fornillo Beach ( Fornillo means small oven), so called because during ancient roman times, there were the bread ovens. Fornillo beach can be reached on foot with a walk of about ten minutes through a narrow road that starts from the small port of Positano. From here you can admire the ancient watchtower: Torre Trasita, built in the 16th century at the behest of the viceroy of the Kingdom of Naples.
The shore excursion ends with the return to the Port of Naples in the afternoon.