Amalfi Coast

Fall in love with the stunning Amalfi Coast in Italy. Picture yourself cruising on a luxurious charter yacht to explore Amalfi, Capri, and Positano.

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Experience the ultimate luxury adventure on the stunning Amalfi Coast in Italy! Picture yourself cruising on a glamorous yacht, soaking in the breathtaking views of colourful villages, dining at exclusive clifftop restaurants, and immersing yourself in this beautiful region's rich culture and history. Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to explore Amalfi and Capri from the comfort of your private yacht. Get ready for an unforgettable luxury experience in the heart of the Mediterranean!


The Isle of Capri and Amalfi have some of the most spectacular coastlines in the Mediterranean. Stunning and famously chic, the Isle of Capri is the true jewel of the Gulf. This beautiful island has a mythical appeal that has attracted everyone from Roman Emperors to movie stars and supermodels. However, who has not heard of the Blue Grotto or the incredible cliffs, the Faraglioni, the last remnants of what once was a unique and immense grotto?
Other highlights of this remarkable island are Villa Jovis and the Solaro mountain, 589 meters high and quickly climbed with a seat lift, from where one can enjoy the entire Gulf's view. The locally famous cable car will take you from Marina Grande to the equally renowned little square, where the Capri as a whole lifestyle is on permanent show.


The closest to the mainland, and the least known to sail wanderers, is Procida island, which is less attractive than the other, better-known islands. Entirely built with yellow tuff rock and orange trees scattered everywhere, Procida conveys the unspoiled glamour of the old sea towns. Circumnavigating Procida, shelter can be found at the Vivara islet, connected to the shore by an artificial isthmus. The islet, which seats a natural park, is covered by thick vegetation, and a lookout tower stands at its top. The cove formed by the two islands makes for an excellent anchorage; alternatively, one can call it Chiaolella harbour.


Other islands in the Campania area around Naples include Ischia. Ischia is a pine-studded, volcanic island surrounded by sparkling waters. The island is renowned for its beautiful beaches, therapeutic hot springs and red and white wine-producing vineyards. Inhabited since pre-Roman times, the island was famous for its clay used to carve vases and proper containers, and in the third century, it suffered from a volcanic eruption that left a salt lake in place of the volcano mouth. The lake was to remain separated from the sea until the last century when King Ferdinand the Second ordered to dig an opening, obtaining a natural harbour christened by the royal yacht "Delfino" escorting more than one hundred boats and giving Ischia the safest port, one can seek. Above all, the call at Ischia is worth visiting the renowned thermal baths, the last remnants of the island's volcanic origin, where a water temperature of 65 degrees Cone is washed, adequately purified and healthily refitted.


South of Naples is the famous buried city of Pompeii and the less well-known Herculaneum. These cities, planted by the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius, have remarkable antique preserves. On this fascinating day onshore, you can observe amphitheatres, triumphal arches, villas, bridges, and tombs of the Roman Imperial Age.


The maritime heritage of the Amalfitan Republic, a superpower in its day, is still apparent in Amalfi today. Local craftsmen and artisans keep the old traditions alive, making fine handmade papers and colourful ceramics. The Amalfi Coast is a World Heritage Site, and deservedly so: Numerous churches - including Amalfi Cathedral - and villas from the city's golden age still dot the coast, blending with the stunning nature.