- Day trip by sightseeing boat from the Amalfi Coast to Capri
- Leave the sun-soaked Amalfi Coast and enjoy views of the Faraglioni rocks with a drink in hand
- Learn about Capri’s sights from the captain and enjoy stops to swim and snorkel
- Dock at Capri and spend several hours exploring at your leisure
- Visit the Blue Grotto, Villa San Michele or the Gardens of Augustus (own expense)
- Small-group cruise limited to 12 people ensures personalized attention
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What You Can Expect
When the picturesque seaside villages that dot this famous stretch of coastline slip from your view, stare out to sea and admire the private islands and natural reserve of Li Galli in the sea around you. Cross the southern end of the Bay of Naples toward Capri, and circumnavigate the chic little island, enjoying several stops along the way.
Use the stops to swim and snorkel in various coves and lagoons, snap photos of the famous Faraglioni rock formations and learn a bit about the island from your captain. Look out for Casa Malaparte, the Punta Carena lighthouse and Marina Piccola, a docking spot for luxury yachts. Stop to visit the popular Blue Grotto, once the private bathhouse of Roman Emperor Tiberius, if you wish. The entrance fee is at your own expense, but the incredible colors of the lagoon make the expense worthwhile.
Disembark at the main port of Capri and enjoy roughly four hours of free time to explore the island independently. Listen to recommendations and directions from your captain for local sights, activities and restaurants. Perhaps stroll through the gardens of Villa San Michele, visit the terraced Gardens of Augustus, ride the chairlift up to Mt Solaro or explore the area of Anacapri — it's up to you. All entrance fees, activities and food on the island are at your own expense.
After your time on Capri, reboard your boat and make your return journey back to the Amalfi Coast. Pass the marine park of Punta Campanella and stop to swim and snorkel again in a pretty bay in the area of Nerano. Finally, arrive back in Positano in the early evening.
Our captain, Salvatore, was most congenial and informative and also a good fisherman since he caught our lunch. It was a wonderful and fun way to experience the Amalfi Coast. We highly recommend the delicious lunch...SO worth the money.
The tour was great. My wife and I had an extremely comfortable and enjoyable trip. The tour guide (boat captain) spoke excellent English, was very well informed and did that "little bit extra" that separates a tour from a really great enjoyable day. Pepe, you did a great job.