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Excursion from PortSorrento and Amalfi Coast Excursion

Duration8 hours
Start From€ 350,00

This tour is for people who wanna spend a day among the natural beauties of rocky cliff falling vertically down to the blue Mediterranean sea.
You will be taken to the two important coastline areas of our beautiful home-region.

You will be met at 8am by an english speaking driver with a Mercedes-Benz vehicle for an unforgettable 9 hours tour along the most pittoresque coastlines.
From the port you will be driven along Sorrento Coast and after many stops for photos you will visit the Torquato Tasso’s town centre.
At the end of the visi into the city centre of Sorrento we will drive along the famous “MAMMA MIA” drive of the Amalfi Coast.

We will start with Positano ( the vertical village) after many stops for photos your driver will drive you to the city centre of this unique litte village of the Amalfi Coast, giving you some fee time( 1 hour) to explore it.

After the visit to Positano we will continue the drive on the coast untill Amalfi.
Once we are in Amalfi, you will be able to explore the centre of this old village wich was the most important centre of the Maritime Republics.
During the tour if requested the driver will suggest you a nice restaurant to enjoy an italian luch.
During the tour you can even decide to skip the visit to the Maritime Republic of Amalfi and you will be led instead to Ravello.
This other little village is even famous as the city of the music cause of the Ravello Music Festival held every year in honor of the german composer Wagner.

In Ravello we will spend other free time(1 hour) to explore this old little village.
At the end of this beautiful and relaxing day your driver will drive you back at the port (1hour and half before the last boarding time) making sure that you are back on time to join the cruise.


Meeting Point: Port pier.

What's Included

  • Petrol
  • Parkings
  • Tolls

Not Included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
  • Licensed guide for the archaeologic sites