Amalfi Coast

Visit Amalfi Coast including Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. Admire natural bays, picturesque towns and wonderful views of steep cliffs.

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Amalfi and Positano




Main attractions

Drive along the Amalfi Coast and visit Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. Our private tour of the Amalfi Coast is hands down one of the very best tours you can take during your trip to Italy!

The route offers wonderful views of steep cliffs, natural bays and picturesque towns. The tour includes various locations along the coast and will give you the opportunity to visit the cosy centre of Positano. Here you will admire typical alleys full of exclusive boutiques, walking around or soaking a coffee together with international jet set persons. Then discover the history of Amalfi, the ancient Maritime Republic, and Ravello, the city of Music where Wagner composed the last part of its “Parsifal” and here found in Villa Rufolo the “lost garden”.

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  • Visit as per itinerary
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  • Admission fees
  • Beverages and meals
  • Gratuities and tips
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Ravello is a natural balcony looking at the beauty of the Amalfi coast, perched on a great spur of rock at around 300 meters above sea level. The view from here is gorgeous! The fascinating Ravello has been attracting great musicians, artists and writers for centuries, as Wagner, Mirò and Virginia Wolf. Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone are definitely worth a visit. The enchanting cliff edge terrace of Villa Rufolo hosts every year in July the Wagner Festival. The luxuriant garden of Villa Cimbrone is home to many rare botanic species and culminate in the "Terrace of Infinite" with a breathtaking view.

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Positano is a town full of charme and famous all over the world. From an enclave in the hills the houses lead down to the sea. Stroll around the streets of Positano to fully appreciate the village. It is full of little shops, restaurants, monuments and churches. Via Fornillo is one of the most characteristic streets and walking up to the end you will reach one of the most famous bays of the Amalfi Coast. Fornillo is only one of the beaches of Positano, that embraces also Spiaggia Grande, La Porta, Fiumicello, Arienzo, San Pietro, Laurito and Remmese, some of which can also be reached by sea.

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The town of Amalfi, that gives its name to the coast, looks like a cluster of white houses clinging to the rock and connected by a picturesque labyrinth of stairways and narrow alleys that goes from the upper side of Amalfi down to the sea. The main square houses the beautiful Cathedral of St. Andrew, with its impressive staircase, the bell-tower in Arab-Norman style and the charming Cloister of Paradise. Stroll around the streets and enjoy the brilliant colors of the majolica domes, bougainvillea and carnations pergolas that give an evident colored touch to the typical whitewashed houses. The Amalfi coast is famed for its production of Limoncello liqueur and the area is a known cultivator of lemons.

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