Relax in the Italian seaside and enjoy the leisurely southern Italian lifestyle as you explore the legendary Amalfi Coast.
CHARMING AMALFI COAST
Experience our favorite coastal towns along the Amalfi Coast taking in the local culture and breathtaking views. The drive along the magnificent coastline from Amalfi to Positano, considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is in itself enough of a reason to do this tour. Admire the Mediterranean's sparkling blue waters and the charming coastal towns tucked into the cliffs before experiencing these seaside villages firsthand. Besides simply wandering the charming, narrow streets filled with local shops and boutiques, you'll take part in the local culture and visit a ceramic factory in Positano or sample Amalfi's famous ricotta pastries.
THE ULTIMATE MEDITERRANEAN EXPERIENCE
Discover secret islands, ancient sea caves and aristocratic mansions—all while relaxing in the sun and dipping into aqua blue waters. Enjoy an idyllic Mediterranean experience with a full-day boat tour along the Amalfi Coast. You’ll pass by the “Blue Grotto,” a sea cave famous for its brilliant blue and emerald light, and stop at the Li Galli Arcipelago, a trio of islands once considered the home of mythical Greek sirens. Your Access Italy Skipper will recommend for lunch the best spot for local and fresh cuisine. You will also have the chance to swim near hidden beaches and revel in the relaxing atmosphere typical of the Italian seaside. On the way back we will follow the elegant natural carvings of the cliffs, taking in the exquisite Mediterranean colors and flavors.
POMPEII AND WINE TASTING IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
Explore the ancient ruins of Pompeii, the city "frozen in time" and enjoy a private wine tasting at a renowned local winery. Experience a guided journey of Pompeii, one of the most significant archaeological sites buried by an eruption at Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The volcanic ash from this explosion preserved the city's buildings, streets and art, making it the most realistic portrayal of life over 2,000 years ago. Your Access Italy Guide will ensure you see the can't miss attractions at this large and incredible site. After the visit, you will have a glimpse into the southern Italian lifestyle as you visit a local winery in the nearby countryside. Learn all about the wine production of the area and savor the flavors created thanks to the expertise of generations of wine makers.