Private Tour of the Amalfi Coast with Lunch Back

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Duration : 8.0 Hours

Type : Private

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Price Per Person : EUR 210.00

Meals Included

Lunches : 1


This is a wonderful tour of Italy's Amalfi Coast which is one of the most spectacular coastlines in the world.  The area is notorious for the very difficult roads and hair-pin turns, so taking a tour here with a professional English speaking driver who is familiar  with the area is the safest way to see the area. Our tour also includes lunch at the Ristoro del Moro in Ravello, which offers spectacular views over the coast.
The tour begins in the morning at your hotel -  cruise ship or villa. You tell us where on the coast you are staying and what time you would like to leave and we will be there. Since there is a lot to see in the area, we don't recommend leaving later than 09:30 AM.  
Depending on where the tour is starting from (Naples - Sorrento - Positano ), the tour includes various locations along the coast. Highlights of this tour include: RavelloPositano,  Conca Dei Marini, Praiano, Atrani, Amalfi, Vietri Sul Mare, Sant Agatha Dei Due Golfi And Many more.... We visit a number of villages and towns that are not even on the map, some of them are so small and houses and communities that are built right into the cliffs of the coast. 
One of the highlights of this tour is lunch in the beautiful town of Ravello, which is famous for the gardens and spectacular views over the coast.    
You can read all about the Amalfi Coast and this beautiful area of Italy on our website here:
For questions about this area or assistance of any type get in touch with the Experts via email or phone: or toll free in North America; 1-866-779-2565 or direct in Italy. 

Tour Highlights and What's Included

  1. Fuel
  2. Gelato stop
  3. Lunch
  4. Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  5. Road Tolls

What's Not Included

  1. Gratuities of any type

Amalfi Coast


The region of coastline stretching from Sorrento, South of Naples, to Amalfi, so called Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO world heritage site that is renowned for its natural beauty as well as its characteristic towns. You’ll find houses and buildings painted in fresh pastels, stuck into cliffs and canyons … the flowery spectacle set in the cliffs framed by the endless blue sky and sparkling water.

The crystal clear ocean waters and breathtaking landscapes are offset by the famous towns of Sorrento, Praiano, Positano, Ravello, and Amalfi, whose charming architecture elegantly blends into the mountainous landscape. The Island of Capri is a favorite destination for celebrities and is known for its sheer cliffs, amazing grottos and crystal blue water.

The Island if Ischia is located above an ancient submerged volcanic crater and is rich in thermal water, making it a great source for natural spas and thermal baths. Of historical and archaeological interest are the ancient towns of Pompeii and Ercolano, preserved for all time by the cataclysmic volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Major attractions: Pompeii and Ercolano archeological sites, Sorrento, Positano, Capri, Ischia and smaller towns along the Amalfi Coast, the archeological site of Paestum by buffalo mozzarella farms, and the town of Castellabbate along the Cilento Coast south of Salerno. Major theaters and music events: Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Ravello Festival in Ravello.



Between the Valley del Dragone and the Valley della Regina, up a supremely panoramic narrow road, which twists up from the coast towards the mountains, one finds Ravello . Its dominating position on the hill top offers spectacular views over the Amalfi Coast.
The tranquility of the town greatly appealed to poets and writers and international jet set. The wealth of art works in Ravello is preserved in numerous ecclesiastical buildings such as the Cathedral of St Pantaleone, Patron saint of the town, a building which is striking because of its marble work; the adjacent bell tower, the Church of St Martino, the Church of St Angelo and the Church of St Giovanni del Toro.
The heart of Ravello is the Piazza Vescovado, with the Castle ruins, the Cathedral and Palazzo Rufolo. Villa Rufolo should not be missed, a building which is home to much of the art of Ravello and surrounded by splendid gardens, where numerous musical and cultural events are held. Villa Cimbrone is also well worth a visit.



Emperors and sovereigns, sheiks and noblewomen, novelists and divas, painters and poets. All seduced by this magical island, by its infinite beauty and by its fascinating history.

Rising up out of the sea just off the far end of the Sorrentine peninsula, the island of Capri has long been the Bay of Naples' most desirable, and glamorous destination. Preferred playground of the rich and famous since Roman times, Augustus found Capri's enchanting landscape the perfect antidote to the stresses of office; Tiberius even moved the imperial capital here, and transformed the island in magnificent theatre for his infamous "royal" revelries. In the early 1900's the island's name became synonymous with the moneyed and artistic elite who began to arrive on Capri’s shores. This was the time when, on the coast of Anacapri, the Grotta Azzurra was "discovered", adding yet another attraction to the island's long list of stunningly beautiful sites.

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Price Per Person : EUR 210.00

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