Private tours from Naples to Amalfi Coast: your trip to La Dolce VIta
Naples, with no further need for introduction is a popular tourist attraction. Spending your holidays in Naples is a journey through history, with hundreds of historical sites in the city and in the surrounding areas; a journey through delicious food, authentic Italian food and most traditional Neapolitan plates and pastry in every spot of the city; a journey through the amazing views on the Bay of Naples, under the Vesuvius overlooking the Mediterranean Sea; and a journey through the heart of Southern-Italian people, some of the most kind-hearted, passionate and fancy people you will meet in the whole world.
Day trips from Naples to Amalfi Coast: from history to a natural paradise
Naples is a location that is perfect for several fantastic day trips: Mount Vesuvius, Caserta Royal Palace, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Capri, Paestum and many more…get in touch with us to find out more! Amalfi Coast is one of them, an extremely famous coastal tourist attraction – a 50km coastal kilometre stretch located in Campania region off the southern Sorrentine Peninsula of Italy. Renown for its cliffs, beaches and colorful fishing villages, one can witness multitudes of grand villas, vineyards and cliff-side lemon plantations.
This famous tourist attraction draws thousands of people annually (both locally and abroad) and was certified as 1 of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in year 1997.
As you may have gathered from above, there would be multiple spots worth stopping just for some snappy –pictures-happy time. This is one of the reasons why Amalfi coast tours from Naples are just perfect: you don’t need to worry about planning or researching; you will be shown all the important spots and told about the history of each place, you will have the chance to stop at all the best panoramic spots to take amazing pictures.
Amalfi Tours from Naples: the best of Amalfi Coast in one day
Amalfi Coast is located in the Sorrentine Peninsula: the whole Peninsula is a natural paradise, where several picturesque towns are nestled in their own bays, between mountains and the sea, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello are just the main ones, that you shouldn’t absolutely miss.
Sorrento is located on the North-Eastern part of the peninsula, in an amazingly panoramic spot giving you the view of the whole Bay of Naples, with the Mount Vesuvius and the islands of Capri and Ischia. Positano is a jewl of mosaics and majolicas with a glamorous soul, perfect for a shopping walk through the boutiques of the “Made in Positano” fashion. Amalfi is a colourful town overlooking its bay where you can experience a bit of Dolce Vita, especially in the main square, where you can stop and one of the bars for an Espresso or Aperitivo; in the same square you will admire the majestic stairs leading to the 9th-century Cathedral of St. Andrew. Ravello is well-known as the “city of music” where Wagner lived and worked, and for its fantastic Villa Rufolo which has one of the most spectacular views on the whole coast.
The towns on the Amalfi Coast are easily reachable only by car or bus, which is the reason why the best way to visit is by joining one of our tours of Amalfi coast from Naples.