Full-Day Sailing Adventure in Amalfi Coast from Sorrento

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Imagine a carefree day sailing from one stunning place in order to see amazing towns from the most beautiful point of view: that of the sea. This awesome voyage along the spectacular Amalfi coast gives the chance to look at the gorgeous beaches, ancient ruins, beautiful landscapes, picturesque villages, sea life and chilled out waterfronts. The perfect escape to taste some of the best this region has to offer.

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Duration: 8 hours
Starts: NA, Italy
Trip Category: Shore Excursions >> Ports of Call Tours



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Imagine a carefree day sailing from one stunning place in order to see amazing towns from the most beautiful point of view: that of the sea. This awesome voyage along the spectacular Amalfi coast gives the chance to look at the gorgeous beaches, ancient ruins, beautiful landscapes, picturesque villages, sea life and chilled out waterfronts. The perfect escape to taste some of the best this region has to offer.

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Stop At: Positano, Positano, Amalfi Coast, Province of Salerno, Campania

Positano is a small paradise located on the Amalfi Coast, a village of a thousand shades, you will have 2 hours to visit it by booking this lovely experience.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Amalfi, Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Province of Salerno, Campania

Amalfi is an Italian town of 4 853 inhabitants in the province of Salerno in Campania.
A thriving maritime republic in the early Middle Ages (together with Genoa, Pisa and Venice), it is also known for having given its name to the Amalfi Tables, a maritime code used throughout the Mediterranean area from the 12th to the 16th century.
In 1997 the Amalfi Coast, of which Amalfi is the main geographical and historical center, was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Its foundation is traced back to the Romans (its coat of arms bears the inscription Descendit ex patribus romanorum), even if, for the toponymic Giovanni Alessio it could be even earlier, to the Aegean navigators in an epoch prior to Magna Graecia. From the ninth century it became the first Italian maritime republic, thanks to its inaccessible position on the Amalfi cliff and entered into competition with Pisa, Venice and Genoa.

Duration: 2 hours



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