The Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno are characterised by a very peculiar coast line: high coasts, cliffs falling sheer to the sea, and small, hidden bays.
There is not better to way to admire this beauty then from the sea: from this point of view you will feel the same emotions that kept Ulysses and the Saracens when they landed on this land. The coast welcome a luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation and on the highest cliffs defensive towers dominate the area.
As your eyes enjoy the panorama, you will also relax with the fantastic odour of the sea, the best aroma therapy!
We offer many options for itineraries: you can sail along the sorrentine coast to reach Positano, famous touristic destination where you can decide to stop for a nice walk along the narrow vicoli, where the show of the Moda Positano is always on.
Next to Positano is Amalfi, which was in the past an important centre for the fish industry. Nowadays in Amalfi the tourism is the main activity and you have the chance to visit the most beautiful Church of the South Italy, with the cloister of Arabic inspiration.
Along the coast there are Massa Lubrense, a little village that offer several typical restaurants; Puolo and Bagno della Regina Giovanna, with its archeological rests of the roman Villa of Pollio Felice, that you can admire from the boat.
If you love eating fresh fish, you can not miss a stop in Nerano. Still, you can sail all around the island of Capri, far from the crowd and admire the world famous Faraglioni rocks.
Golden tours offers you traditional sorrentine boats, called gozzi, a splendid sailing-ship and modern yachts. In these excursions you will be accompanied by an expert sailor, ready to satisfy every need and wish.
On request you can also have a local guide at your service and include in your itinerary the resorts that you wish to visit (Positano, Amalfi, Capri, Nerano, Ravello, Ischia).
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