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Transfers and excursions to explore the entire coast and bay
How to organize a boat trip from Capri to the Amalfi Coast
A boat tour around the island on a traditional gozzo or lancia boat is a must to appreciate the beauty of Capri by sea, including stops at the Faraglioni, Blue Grotto, Green Grotto, and lighthouse. You'll even have a chance to take a dip in the crystalline waters off the coast.
Duration: 2 hours
Capri and the Amalfi Coast are two of the most breathtaking destinations on Italy's southern coast! This boat tour includes highlights of these two beautiful spots in one day, but from the unforgettable vantage point of the waters of the Mediterranean.
Do you want to be skipper for a day? Or are you already experienced at sea and want to explore the coastline of Capri in complete freedom? The perfect solution is a full-day rubber dinghy rental, perfect for the tiny sea caves and crystalline coves just waiting to be discovered!
A full day complete tour around the island with plenty of time to relax, swim, sun tanning with a lunch stop in a shore restaurant on your request. Your sailorman will recommend you the best restaurant to enjoy delicious wine and Italian food. The lunch is not included in the tour price.
Choose luxury with this elegant tour by speedboat around the island of Capri, including the Bay of Marina Piccola, the lighthouse, the Blue Grotto, and the towering Faraglioni where you can stop for a swim in the waters off Capri.
Duration: 2 hours
A private transfer on board a luxury Itama 40 speedboat to avoid the stress and delays of traveling by public ferry between Capri and the most glamorous locations on the Amalfi Coast, including Positano and Amalfi. Book our exclusive boat transfer today!
If you want to enjoy the beauty of Capri during your stay on the Amalfi Coast, choose our luxury tour that includes a pick up at the port of Amalfi or Positano, a sail to Capri by luxury gozzo boat with an onboard picnic, free time to explore the island by land, and a return sail.