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Positano, Amalfi and Ravello Sharing Tour from Sorrento

1. Positano, Amalfi and Ravello Sharing Tour from Sorrento

PROGRAM: Pickup in the hotel by Mercedes van and enjoy the Amalfi Coast drive which is arguably the world's most beautiful and thrilling sightseeing road. Your English-speaking driver, along the journey, will give you general information including how to spend your free time for each of the 3 stops programmed: Positano is a true paradise, developed vertically within a tangled overlay of streets, alleys, and shops that expose the colorful Positano fashions well-known all around the world. In the town center is the Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta which shows up with its large dome, tiled in majolica and sheltering some precious works like polychrome marble altars. It’s nice to get lost in Positano. To fully embrace the beauty of the town it is probably better to walk without a precise destination. You will be able to enjoy the streets, the little shops, the restaurants, the monuments, the churches, and the beaches. Amalfi, a picturesque interlacing of alleys and stairways overlooks the sea with all its extraordinary colors reflecting the enchanting landscape of Amalfi, the town whose name blesses the entire coast. Dominated by the majestic Cathedral dedicated to Sant'Andrea (St. Andrew), Amalfi proffers innumerable testimonies of its glorious past as the Maritime Republic. Ravello, another pearl of the coast, is an elegant and refined village, dipped in green and characterized by luxurious villas. Ravello is famous all around the world for its festival, in the garden of Villa Rufolo, where an evocative setting and the emotion of listening to great music create an experience of extraordinary intensity. The heart of Ravello is represented by Piazza Vescovado, framed by the architecture of Palazzo Rufolo and the Cathedral with its magnificent portal (the first ever made with this innovative mold technique) and 10-feet-high bell tower. Return to the hotel at about 4:30 pm.

From Amalfi: Sorrento Coast and Capri Full-Day Boat Cruise

2. From Amalfi: Sorrento Coast and Capri Full-Day Boat Cruise

Depart Amalfi and travel to Piano di Sorrento to climb aboard a boat and sail along the coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula. Admire the fishing village of Marina Grande and the ruins of a Roman villa near Bagni della Regina Giovanna, along with a natural waterfall that flows from the rocks. Cross the Tyrrhenian Sea to the glamorous island of Capri, and marvel at the sea caves and rocky coastline on a boat trip around the island. Admire the sea stacks of the Faraglioni rocks, see the historic Punta Carena lighthouse and the amazing rocks of the Arco Naturale. Swim and snorkel in the crystal clear waters. Enjoy drinks and snacks served on board the boat. Take advantage of a detailed map to explore Capri before the return to Sorrento. Sample local limoncello before getting dropped off at the port of Piano di Sorrento for the return to Amalfi.

From Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, & Ravello Private Day Trip

3. From Sorrento: Positano, Amalfi, & Ravello Private Day Trip

Depart Sorrento on a private full-day tour of the Amalfi Coast, and visit the popular towns of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. Your private driver will suggest the best places to take photos, and the best places to eat, according to your taste and budget. Stop in Positano and enjoy a pleasant walk along the narrow streets leading to the seafront. Pass by the cathedral, outdoor cafés, and fashionable boutiques. In Amalfi, explore the main shopping street and visit the cathedral. Pass wineries on the way to Ravello. Stop for lunch in this rural village perched atop a cliff. Marvel at the views of the Amalfi Coast before heading back to Sorrento.

From Naples: Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Shared Day Trip

4. From Naples: Sorrento and Amalfi Coast Shared Day Trip

Spend the day exploring the picturesque villages of the Almalfi Coast. Admire domed churches, winding streets, and the layers of pastel-colored houses perched on hills over the sea on this full-day self-guided tour. Explore each stop at your own pace and travel comfortably in an air-conditioned van.  The adventure begins in Naples with pick up from your accommodation, the port, or the central train station. Drive along the coast and arrive in Sorrento at approximately 10:00 AM. Sorrento stands on a terrace that rises steeply above the sea and is one of the most spectacular points on the Campania coast. Due to its location and mild climate, Sorrento was a favorite of the ancient Romans and their ruins can still be seen scattered about the city. Enjoy 1 hour exploring Sorrento before continuing to the next stop. Arrive in Positano and marvel at the tightly packed houses, the parish of S.Assunta with its beautiful tiled dome, and the beach below. Take 1 hour to wander through the narrow streets and check out the many shops.   Continue to Amalfi, which still preserves evidence of its prestigious past. Visit the cathedral dedicated to St. Andrew and admire the intricate alleyways. Explore Almalfi for 1 hour before heading to the last stop, Ravello. Take 1 hour to discover why Ravello is considered to be one of the hidden treasures of the Almalfi coast before returning to Naples at approximately 5:15 PM.

Sorrento: Small Group Tour to Positano, Amalfi and Ravello

5. Sorrento: Small Group Tour to Positano, Amalfi and Ravello

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Sorrento, and then drive along the scenic roads of the Amalfi Coast in an 8-seater luxury minivan. Journey directly to the enchanting coastal resort town of Positano and explore the narrow streets and souvenir shops for approximately 1 hour. Continue to Amalfi to take a walking tour of the historic center. Visit the former home of Flavio Gioia, who invented the compass in the Middle Ages. See highlights such as St. Andrew's Cathedral on Piazza del Duomo. Then, travel up into the hills to explore the hilltop town of Ravello, where you will get an hour to wander the maze of narrow streets and see monuments such as the cathedral and 13th-century Villa Rufolo, where Richard Wagner got inspiration for the stage design of his opera Parsifal.

Amalfi Coast Private Tour

6. Amalfi Coast Private Tour

Positano - The busy central Piazza dei Mulini is connected to a narrow downhill path and some occasional flights of steps that lead to the seafront. At Piazza dei Mulini, you must leave the car as all streets leading to the waterfront are for pedestrians only. The only way to reach restaurants situated on the beach, that serve fresh daily fish, is to go on foot. These streets also lead to the cathedral, ceramic shops, fruit vendors, and apparel retail shops. Positano is alive at night as well, with exotic nightclubs such as Music on the Rocks and various bars and cafes that remain open until the sun comes up. There is a short walk uphill to return to the car, ascending the mountain, returning to the main coastal road that leads to Amalfi. Amalfi - This coastal town is situated on a seafront port and a long stretch of pebbled beach. In front of the port of Amalfi is the only bus station along the coast. Behind this square lies the main shopping street of Amalfi, that ends at the furthest and highest point of the town. Along the pedestrian street are various bars and cafes, not to mention the many shops selling limoncello, casual apparel, swimwear, gifts, basic groceries, and of course, ceramics. However, if one would like to see more than just shops, Amalfi has some interesting sights to explore such as: a spectacular cathedral along the coast, and a paper factory and its museum. There are also some highly recommended local restaurants, which your driver can suggest. Ravello - The road to Ravello is a slow uphill drive where you will pass several wineries and olive factories. Ravello is a rural village unspoiled by tourism, perched on top of a mountain cliff situated above Amalfi and Minori. It is famous for its breathtaking views and ancient monuments best exemplified by the gardens of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. In high season, these gardens are rich in sweet scents of blooming flowers and the perfume of lemons. There are also many classical concerts held in the gardens of Villa Rufolo, located just off the main square of Ravello; tickets cost approximately 20 Euros each. Apart from the main cathedral and the history museum constructed in the basement of the cathedral, there are many other churches to visit near the town square. Along the narrow arches of Via Roma, there are a few small boutiques, and some traditional local restaurants with unique and exceptional cuisine.

Amalfi Coast Full–Day Private Free Time Tour

7. Amalfi Coast Full–Day Private Free Time Tour

Depart from your hotel in Naples or Sorrento by private car or minivan with a professional and multilingual driver, and head towards your first stop. Arrive at Ravello and enjoy 1 hour of free time to stroll around the city. Head back to your transfer and depart to Amalfi, crossing the Sorrentina peninsula. On the way, stop in a beautiful landscape for pictures to capture your memories. Upon arrival in Amalfi village, explore the characteristic narrow streets of this quaint town at your own leisure for approximately 2 hours. Stop for lunch and allow your driver to suggest some good places.  Move on to Amalfi and stop in Flavio Gioia square to visit the famous Cathedral of San Andrea. See the Amalfi Coast before your driver returns you to your departure point.

From Sorrento: Private Positano, Amalfi & Ravello Excursion

8. From Sorrento: Private Positano, Amalfi & Ravello Excursion

The first stop of the day is Positano, one of the most famous towns on the Amalfi Coast. The maze of small streets that make up the city are a “handmade temple”, full of craft-shops and boutiques selling several embroidered, hand-painted clothes of the “Moda Positano”, as well as made-to-measure leather sandals. Your second stop will be Amalfi, an ancient maritime republic. According to legend, the birth of the city is attributed to the Pagan demigod Hercules, who buried his beloved Amalfi here on the orders of the Gods. The main Square is “Piazza Duomo”, dominated by the majestic cathedral of Saint Andrea. Its stunning polychrome façade is an iconic symbol of the city, and hosts the Diocesan Museum. Whilst here, it is also recommended to visit the Paper Museum, where you can see how the “bambagina” comes to light. The last stop will then be Ravello, the gem of the coast. The town is a center of historic, artistic and architectural and monumental treasures. It owes its existence to Roman aristocratic families, who left their cities during the barbaric invasions and found refuge on the Lattari Mountain. Ravello hosts the famous Villa Rufolo, where Richard Wagner was inspired during the composition of the Parsifal, thanks to the dizzying panorama overlooking the sea. At the conclusion of your tour, you will depart from Ravello to Sorrento, before returning to your hotel.

Ravello: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

9. Ravello: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

Get into the holiday spirit on this guided walking tour in the charming town of Ravello, Italy. Together with a professional local guide, visit the most decorated places and hear local Christmas stories and legends. Witness the magic of Ravello during this special time of year. Spot a festive Christmas tree that looks straight out of a fairytale, discover must-taste local Christmas products, and more. Prepare to be spellbound by the charming Christmas atmosphere all around, something you can only experience in Ravello this time of year.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 449 reviews

Our driver/guide Pepe had us hooked from the start. Such an engaging character. He pointed out so much that we would have not noticed had we driven ourselves or been on a bus service. His knowledge and details made the trip really enjoyable. I would strongly advise not driving yourself - the roads are so narrow and busy and parking so difficult and expensive. Also, on public buses you’ll miss so much. A quality Mercedes van driven by Pepe made the day relaxing, fun and made us feel that this was by far the best way to visit the towns of the glorious Amalfi coast.

I hope you can trace the driver because he was absolutely brilliant. Unfortunately my husband was very sick with all the Twists and turns on the road and your driver was magnificent. He was so caring and understanding and he is a credit to your company. I think his name was Nino. Brilliant tour but the most outstanding was your driver. A lovely human being and if you can give me a number I would like to personally thank you

We had a fantastic time visiting the Amalfi Coast on this tour. Our driver Nino was fantastic and really made the tour special. We considered taking buses or different options to visit the cities but now that we've completed the tour, I definitely feel that this was the best option given the heat, tour and information given by our guide and it was as relaxing as it could be.

Our driver and guide was so good and really helped us see and experience a whole lot for the time we had. He was very informative and showed me more than if I tried seeing it on my own. His suggestion of seeing Amalie Coast from a boat was the best way to be able to look back all along the coast and see it all. Great day, thanks to our driver and guide.

Really enjoyed this experience. Our driver Julia was great and we liked how she pointed out interesting facts and tidbits about the Coast during the tour. So glad we selected this tour because it would’ve been so confusing to figure out the trip to these cities from Sorrento ourselves! Was super easy and relaxing trip—highly recommend!