Meet your tour at the Starhotel Terminus - Piazza Guiseppe Garibaldi nr. 91 by 8:15am
Travel along the spectacular coast line from Naples to Sorrento
All aboard the boat over to Capri, admiring the coastal scenery along the way
Enjoy free time to explore the island, wander the charming boutiques or just relax and appreciate the picturesque surroundings
Set sail to discover the iconic Faraglioni Rock formations on a boat cruise around the island
Optional activities available include a tour to the Blue Grotto or the Punta Carena Lighthouse
Capri’s famous cliffside towns have seen it take on a reputation as one of Italy’s must-visit destinations. Located off the coast of Naples and only accessible by boat, the picturesque island features a variety of fascinating historical landmarks, incredible places to swim, and some world-class shopping experiences that are tough to beat.
On this special one-day tour from Naples to Capri, you’ll leave behind the hubbub of the city and set sail for the nearby island that offers some of the most striking views you’re likely to find anywhere along the Sorrento coastline. From beautiful underwater caves to classic Italian cuisine and pristine beachfronts, this island is home to a wealth of luxuries that have seen it become a celebrity summertime hideout.
Before we make our way to Capri, our tour begins in Naples as we drive to the superb coastline. Once we arrive at Sorrento, we’ll load onto a boat and sail into Capri marina. Once ashore, you have some free time to roam the peaceful island and explore the ins-and-outs of Capri’s charming alleyways and shopfronts.
There’s a lot to see and do on Capri, however, some unmissable highlights include taking a tour of Villa Jovis, the ruins of the Roman emperor Tiberius’ palace, while there’s also the opportunity to get a panoramic view of the island and the surrounding gulf from the peak of Monte Solaro.
Later in the day, cool off with a complimentary drink as we sail around the island by boat. From the water, admire the sun-drenched hillside communities, as well as the popular Faraglioni rock formation, and the towering 300-metre-tall cliff face that’s known as Salto di Tiberio.
You’ll also have the option to tour the Blue Grotto, an underwater cave that lights up spectacularly as the sun hits the water. Meanwhile, the Punta Carena Lighthouse provides a bit of history, as it’s been keeping boats from crashing into the island since 1867. And before we head back to Naples, you can’t miss the chance to go for a snorkel in the remarkably crystal clear waters.
Once you’ve finished your refreshing dip, we’ll make our way back to the marina where we’ll board the boat and return to Naples to rest after our busy island getaway.
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