8/9 hours

This is a tour reserved for people who want an exclusive service.We offer a private boat tour on an exclusive luxury yacht with all the comforts, including breakfast served on board on arrival, towels, crew, and more.

The tour starts from your chosen destination (Capri, Naples and Sorrento).

We will embark on a private yacht around the island of Capri.

We will visit the Blue Grotto (depending on weather conditions).

After exploring the Blue Grotto, lunch will be served at the beautiful restaurant, Il Riccio.

During lunch you will fall in love with the beautiful scenery of the island of Capri.

After lunch, a private taxi will take you directly to the center of Capri, where you will have the opportunity to visit the gardens of Augustus.

You will have free time to admire the village, before being taken back to the pier by private taxi.

From the pier, with a private yacht you will return to your destination between relaxation and champagne.

√ Local Guide
√ Lunch
√ Champagne
√ Private taxi
√ Private yacht with all the comforts
√ Enters for the blue grotto and gardens of Augustus

  • Local Guide
  • Minibus
  • private car
  • lunch
  • food tasting
  • shopping
  • roundtrip ticket
  • chair lift
  • entrance tickets
  • private yacht
  • champagne and wine
  • cooking lesson

Capri, an island off the Amalfi Coast in the Bay of Naples, is a popular destination for holidaymakers and day-trippers seeking a taste of the Italian lifestyle.
Its narrow streets are lined with quaint boutiques, cafes, elegant restaurants and hotels.
Spend a day exploring the island by boat, taking in its charming architecture, lush gardens, crystal blue waters and secluded beaches.
Take time to enjoy local specialties such as lemon sweets and Limoncello, then relax to the sound of the waves before enjoying the island’s lively waterfront nightlife.

Pompeii, an ancient Roman city buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79, is a fascinating site to visit today.
Walk through its preserved streets and see the houses, shops, public buildings and baths, all frozen in time.
Admire the beautiful mosaics and sculptures, then take in the stunning views of the volcanic landscape from the surrounding hills.

Positano, a colorful coastal town located on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is famous for its quaint, narrow streets lined with restaurants and shops selling local specialty goods.
Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the Gulf of Naples from the terrace of the town’s main church, walk along the seafront path known as the Path of the Gods and sample Positano’s distinctive cuisine, featuring fresh seafood and citrus fruits such as lemons and oranges.
The town is also known for its annual music festival in the summer months, where world-renowned classical and jazz musicians perform.

The Amalfi Coast, a stretch of coastline along the southern side of the Sorrento Peninsula in Italy, is known for its stunning scenery, delicious cuisine, and lively towns and villages.
Amalfi, the largest and oldest of the communities along the coast, is a popular destination for visitors seeking an authentic Italian experience.
Guests can stroll along the medieval streets, take in the breathtaking views of the sea, explore the many shops, and try delicious local delicacies such as limoncello and pizza.
Amalfi is a hub for cultural activities, including festivals and concerts.

Ravello, a quaint and scenic town set high above the sea on the Italian Riviera, is home to stunning scenery, charming architecture, and excellent cuisine.
Ravello’s location, perched on a hilltop overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, is especially beautiful, and visitors can enjoy impressive views of the coastline and the islands lying off the shore.
Ravello is also well-known for its cultural events, with festivals such as the Ravello Music Festival held each year, drawing audiences from around the world.
The town is also home to the Villa Cimbrone, an historic boutique hotel and events venue.

Herculaneum is an ancient Roman city located near Pompeii, close to the Bay of Naples in Italy.
It was buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79, and its ruins are preserved in an exceptionally well-preserned state, affording visitors an insight into what ancient Roman life was like.
Herculaneum is a smaller town than Pompeii, and its ruins are more compact, with fewer tourists.
Visitors can see well-preserved houses and shops, ancient mosaics, and sculptures in the ruins of the Forum.

Mount Vesuvius is an active volcano on the Italian peninsula, located close to the city of Naples.
It is infamous for its eruption in A.D. 79 that buried the nearby Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Visitors to the area can take a boat tour of the bay and observe the mountain from a safe distance, or look at pictures and artifacts about the eruption in the Archaeological Museum in Naples.
In addition to its tragic history, Mount Vesuvius is a stunning natural landmark, rising majestically above the surrounding landscape.

Naples is a treasure trove of architecture, culture and cuisine!
A walk through the historic centre is a must-do, as is a visit to the historic sites like the Greek Theatre and the Roman Amphitheatre.
There’s also a number of fascinating museums to explore, like the National Archeological Museum and the National Museum of Magna Graecia.
When it comes to food, there is no shortage of amazing dishes to try – classic Neapolitan pizza, creamy pastas and fresh seafood are all on offer.

Sorrento is a beautiful coastal town on the Amalfi Coast, known for its scenic beauty and quaint atmosphere.
Some of the main attractions include the historic centre, with its narrow cobblestone streets lined with buildings in bright colors; Marina Grande, with its elegant villas overlooking the harbor; and the Peninsula of Sorrento, which offers incredible views of the Gulf of Naples from high above.
You can also explore the area’s natural beauty with hikes along the Path of the Gods, a spectacular coastal trail leading through scenic cliffs and views.

The Royal Palace of Caserta is a breathtaking example of Baroque architecture and one of the largest palaces in the world.
It was built by King Charles VI in the 17th century, and is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Some of the highlights include the royal apartments, grand interior courtyards, and the sumptuous frescoed ceiling of the Hall of Harem.
The gardens are also a must-see, with their breathtaking panoramic views, as well as the surrounding park and the majestic aqueduct.

The Path of Gods, also known as the Sentiero degli Dei, is a scenic hiking trail that runs along the coast of Amalfi and connects the towns of Positano and Amalfi.
The stunning views, breathtaking cliffs and white-washed houses along the way make for a truly memorable experience.
There are plenty of picturesque villages and sights to see along the path, from the historic streets of Positano to the cliff-top village of Massa Lubrense, with breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples and the islands of Capri and Ischia.

Paestum is an ancient archaeological site located in the southern region of Italy, near the city of Salerno.
The ruins, dating back roughly 2500 years, are best known for their three beautiful Greek temples, which are among the best preserved in the Mediterranean region.
While visiting the site is certainly fascinating, it also offers plenty of opportunities for exploration off the beaten path.
You can explore the surrounding ruins, venture through the ancient necropolis, or take in the stunning views from the top of the hill.