Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 6 april to 22 october 2020
Starting at € 42,00
Mini-bus tour in Amalfi Coast
The road unwinds like a balcony suspended between the cobalt-blue sea and the slopes of the Lattari Mountains along alternating valleys and promontories between small bays, beaches and terraces cultivated with citruses, vineyards and olive groves. It’s a unique place that have been included in your itinerary!
- Pick-up from your hotel or meeting point by air-conditioned coach.
- Enjoy the view along the Amalfi coast road which is considered one of the most beautiful and impressive drive in all over the word.
- Stop ad Amalfi, the original town of hand-made paper production (2 hours stop ca.) where you can have the opportunity to make a trip by boat of 45 minutes admiring the coast from the sea-side.
- Stop at Ravello, a magic panoramic terrace as described by the most noted travelers and elected “a Spiritual Homeland” (1 ½ hour stop ca.).
- Departure from Ravello to Sorrento and back to the Hotel.
operating from 09 april 2019 till 24 october 2019 - departure from Sorrento
Spend an unforgettable day discovering the unmatchable Amalfi Coast. During the day, we will visit Amalfi and Ravello. The first stop is the city of Amalfi. Thanks to its privileged position on the sea, it was an ancient Marithime Republic powerful and prosperous; nowadays the city is dominated by the imposing Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Andrew, which stands superbly on the top of a great flight of steps leading up from the main square. After the guided tour to introduce you to the history of one of the most beautiful town of Italy, you will have free time to explore Amalfi by your own, relax on the beach or joy an optional tour by boat sailing the Coast in the beautiful blue and green water of our Gulf. The city is also well known for being the home of the skilled production of handmade paper, in fact it hosts also a nice Paper Museum where they used to produce the “Bambagina”.
During the journey to Ravello we will stop in a typical family restaurant in Scala for an optional lunch.
The third stop will be the famous Ravello, full of historic, artistic, monumental and architectural treasures.
In Ravello worth a visit to the famous Villa Rufolo, dating back to the second half of the 13th century. The villa inspired Richard Wagner to compose some verses of the Parsifal and hosted Boccaccio while writing the Decameron. Its gardens overlook the sea and from there the view in breathtaking.
The entrance fees of the Villa is not included and should be paid on the spot.