Amalfi Coast

Charming and seductive

Mountains overlooking the sea and an astonishing succession of steep cliffs, forests and worldwide known small villages.

The Amalfi Coast also called "DIVINE" is a heaven between heaven and earth. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is one of the 53 Italian sites included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List. A continuous succession of headlands and inlets, bays and fjords interspersed with pebbly and rocky beaches. From the sea we pass to the mountain, and to the terraces cultivated with citrus, vines and olive trees. Amalfi, with its millennial history, is certainly a fundamental starting point to be combined with the charm of Positano and Ravello. After an immersion in the scent of orange and lemon in Sorrento, a cruise in this area can not end without experiencing the Dolce Vita italian style in Capri and its famous faraglioni, the Grotta Azzurra, and the famous Piazzetta that continues to attract travelers and international jet setters. The itineraries are variable, depending on the port of embarkation, the duration of the holiday and the weather conditions.