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Amalfi Coast

The Most Beautiful Place in Italy

Why choose the Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast offers breathtaking views, kilometres of coast to explore, hidden beaches and coves, natural caves, history and myths that blend together. Indulge in the flavours of the Amalfi Coast, including the unforgettable taste of the sea that you can savour only here.

Since Roman times, the Amalfi Coast has enchanted its visitors with its scenery and incredible views, capable of creating pure emotion. Admire the terraced gardens where the vines and lemon trees typical of this land flourish. A magical place, with plenty of beaches and coves that can often be reached only by sea, small rocky bays and inlets between the cobalt blue sea and the cliffs that fall down into the sea.

A terrace of Mediterranean colours

The Amalfi Coast, UNESCO world heritage site since 1997, visited on board a boat is our best way of taking you to the most famous gem in Italy.

On your sojourn around the Amalfi Coast, the rhythm of the journey will be punctuated solely by the sound of the waves.

The areas of navigation

Capri, Ischia and Procida (on request)
Maiori, Minori, Cetara, Vietri, Salerno (on request). 

Talk to the staff if you want to personalise the stops on this excursion.

Immerse yourself in a Mediterranean experience made of simple things, just like your emotions

Book your day trip to the Amalfi Coast


Legend has it

Legend has it that the foundation of the town of Amalfi is linked to a mythological love story in which the demigod Hercules was the protagonist.

Myth has it that the demigod fell head over heels in love with the young and beautiful nymph, Amalfi, and decided to marry her, but their love was short-lived because the nymph died prematurely and the hero, grief-stricken by the tragedy and with a broken heart, wanted to bury her at the most magical place on earth.

Hercules built a town on her tomb which he named after his beloved nymph: Amalfi. And that is how, legend has it, the town, that today gives its name to the entire Amalfi Coast, was born.