The divine beauty of the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast Boat Tour from Sorrento

A special day to discover the natural beauty and history of the Divine Coast


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Immerse yourself in the Day Boat Tours of the Amalfi Coast

Join our boat tour starting from Sorrento, an exciting journey through the spectacular Amalfi Coast. Let yourself be enchanted by breathtaking views, hidden coves and picturesque villages.

The Amalfi Coast boat tour departing from Sorrento Coast takes you to discover a magnificent place that you will explore together with our skippers during an unforgettable day of sun and sea. The Amalfi Coast is so beautiful and wild that it has earned the nickname "Divine Coast".  During this tour, we will see fantastic places, reachable only by sea: countless grey pebble coves, caves, waterfalls and fjords that characterise this wonderful coast, famous since ancient times. We will also admire the most beautiful seaside villages of the Sorrento and Amalfi coasts


Live a unique experience on the Amalfi Coast

Sailing from Sorrento, our boat tour takes you to Punta Campanella, Marina Grande, and the remains of the Roman Villa of Pollio Felice. Discover the secrets of Positano, Amalfi and the Furore Fjord, stop to swim in the crystal clear waters and admire the wonders of the coast.

Amalfi coast boat tour

  • Pick up at your hotel or meeting point at the agreed time.
  • Departure from the port of Sorrento with route to the Amalfi Coast.
  • Along the way: the seaside village of Marina Grande, the remains of a Roman villa, the waterfall, the bay of Ieranto.
  • Arrival in Positano with the possibility to disembark for 1/2 hours to visit of the town.
  • Meet at the Port of Positano at the agreed time.
  • Departure for Amalfi: along the way you can see the Furore Fjord, the Emerald Grotto.
  • Stop for swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of one of the most beautiful bays of the Amalfi Coast, drinks and snacks offered on-board.
  • Stop at the Emerald Grotto (on request).
  • Arrival in Amalfi with the possibility to disembark for 1/2 hours to visit the town.
  • Return to the port of Sorrento in the late afternoon with limoncello tasting along the way.

What is included

The beauties of the Amalfi Coast


This beautiful coastal town is worth a stop during the Amalfi Coast boat tour because, being the most glamorous and unique town on the coast, it has a lot to offer to tourists both for its architecture and for the myriad of shops, ice-creameries and small restaurants by the sea. You will have time for a beautiful walk through the alleys and stairways to admire the many shop windows full of many local handicrafts: coloured ceramics, linen and cotton clothes from the collections of "Moda Mare Positano", liqueurs with a many different and unique flavours such as the famous Limoncello and leather sandals decorated with crystals, corals and shells.
The numerous modern art galleries and a Roman villa brought to light  in 2018 will be also wonderful to see.

Fjord of Furore

Furore, a small fishing village (among one of the most beautiful in Italy), has a small beach, just 25 metres long, nestled between two sides of a mountain, in a deep inlet of the coast, eroded and excavated by the Schiato river on its way to the sea. The two sides of the mountain are joined by a bridge 30 metres high, over which the Amalfi State Road passes, the road running along the entire Amalfi Coast, connecting the 13 municipalities that it composes. Every year the World Championship of Diving from Great Heights takes place from the famous Furore Bridge, while the fjord, with its small beach, has been the set of several films.


The city of Amalfi (the capital of the Amalfi Coast) was a powerful Maritime Republic and reached its heyday in the eleventh century when it became a powerful commercial port. The symbol of the city is St Andrew’s Cathedral with a staircase leading to the entrance of 62 steps, the perfect place to take a picture. Sitting at one of the small tables and enjoying a delicious lemon gelato is a must because Amalfi grows the juiciest, most fragrant lemons on the coast.

The Emerald Grotto

The Emerald Grotto is located in Conca de' Marini, on the border with Amalfi. The cave was discovered in 1932 by a fisherman and has become one of the symbols of the Amalfi Coast. Standing at 24 meters high it is very impressive to see the green shades that the water takes on when it is exposed to light. In 1956, an underwater nativity scene was set up at a depth of four meters and is considered one of the most beautiful nativity scenes in existence.

The Cathedral of Amalfi

The Cathedral of Amalfi is a cathedral in Arab-Norman Romanesque style that together with the Cloister of Paradise represents the most famous monument of the entire Amalfi Coast. It includes the Basilica of the Crucifix and a Crypt where the mortal remains of St. Andrew to whom it is dedicated are preserved. Every year it is visited by millions of tourists who stop on the impressive 62-step staircase.

The Roman Villa of Positano

In 2018, the Mar Positano Museum was inaugurated, which includes some rooms of an ancient Roman Villa buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. The villa still has magnificent, perfectly preserved frescoed walls. During the excavations numerous objects of everyday life were found, evidence of the life of the ancient Romans on the Amalfi Coast.

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