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The city of Salerno, one of the absolute gems of Campania, is made of history, sea, and unspoiled nature. Book Boat Tour Salerno Today!!
Ravello is one of the most evocative destinations on the entire Amalfi Coast: a panoramic terrace that offers wonderful views, capable of amazing millions of visitors worldwide.
The island of Procida is the smallest of the three islands in the Gulf of Naples, most hidden , outside the classic tourist itineraries of those who generally prefer Capri or Ischia.
Sorrento is a small town with a massive reputation. It is known for its lemons, high-end hotels, and sheer cliffs that pierce the town's historic center.
The town is renowned across the world for its undeniable beauty and the unique design of the homes perched on the rock, a sight you can see from our boat as we cruise through the water.
Naples is a city with a thousand faces that deserves to be seen and experienced several times. Once is not definitely enough! Visiting Naples is a different experience every time you decide to see it.
Minori is one of the pearls of the Amalfi Coast, maybe the brightest.
Maiori is a wonderful village on the Amalfi Coast located between Amalfi and Cetara, in the province of Salerno.
Pompeii, located in the Gulf of Naples and on the slopes of the Vesuvius volcano, was one of the largest and most splendid cities of the Roman era.
Ischia is the perfect Italian vacation spot for those looking for a carefree beach getaway where wellness and relaxation are the norm.
Conca dei Marini has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1997 and when you see it for the first time, you immediately know why.
Capri, the most famous and glamorous of all the islands in Italy. With warm Mediterranean weather, sea breezes with a fresh, lemony perfume, pizza and blue caves at its foot, how could you resist?
The Amalfi coast, which stretches along the southern tip of Italy's Sorrentine Peninsula, enchants with its enigmatic caves, jagged cliffs, and sparkling coves.