Private tours and Shore excursions


Shore excursions on Amalfi Coast

A wide range of excursions are available on the Amalfi Coast with the best guides and experts in the area.

You can choose between naturalistic, historical or artistic excursions according to your interests.

We will take you to discover:

  • Path of the Gods
  • Valle delle Ferriere
  • Pompeii
  • Amalfi, historical center
  • Ravello


NB: All excursions are made by reservation only.

The Path of the Gods

The name of this path expresses all the wonders that can be admired by crossing it, both from a botanical and geological point of view, as it offers a fabulous view of the coastal and mountain landscapes from Positano to Capri.

The Path of the Gods is famous thanks to its sky-line among the most suggestive and famous in the world that crosses the Amalfi coast. Along the way you can admire the Lattari mountains that plunge into the blue sea of ​​the coast from which you can see the island of Capri.

The name with which this naturalistic path is called derives from historical facts and legends according to which the Greek gods passed right here to save Ulysses from the sirens that were on the island of Li Galli, also the writer Italo Calvino described this path as " that road suspended on the magical gulf of the "Sirens" still crossed by memory and myth ", the same phrase can also be read on ceramic tiles located right at the beginning of the Path of the Gods.

Amalfi historic center

Amalfi is, geographically and historically, the central nucleus of the coast, around which a series of villages branch out, each with its own character and traditions. Positano, Maiori, Minori and Ravello are just some of the towns that you can visit to immerse yourself in the beauty of a unique and unforgettable place. The origins of Amalfi go back to the struggles between the Romans and the barbarian populations, even if, according to a legend, Amalfi seems to be a gift that Hercules, son of Jupiter, made to the beloved girl whose eyes had the color of the sea .

The geographical position of Amalfi has favored the development of a strong source of income around maritime activity. The glorious past and the beauty of the landscape have made the city an important center of attraction for tourists from all over Europe. After a mandatory visit to the Duomo, you can stroll through the streets of the center, delighting in the souvenir shops or letting yourself be captivated by the scents and flavors of the many delicacies of the Amalfi Coast.


Pompeii was one of the largest and brightest cities of the Roman era, as evidenced by the testimonies that continue to emerge from the earth. The large production and export of oils and wines made Pompeii a very rich city, which became a tourist destination for the Roman patricians. The excavations of Pompeii are a chilling testimony of the lifestyle of the city of the time, which seems to have peacefully fallen asleep under volcanic dust. The city also attracts millions of tourists a year due to the presence of the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Holy Rosary, a basilica which gathers thousands of ex-votos and which enjoys particular veneration by Catholics all over the world.

Valle delle Ferriere

A large valley on the border between Amalfi and Agerola, where streams and sea breezes have created a subtropical microclimate that has become the exclusive habitat for a giant fern dating back to the Cenozoic period, the Woodwaria radicans, symbol of the Valley.

Inside the Reserve, thanks to the waterfalls and its waterways, you are immersed in a fresh and pleasant environment in all the summer months.

It is a unique place in the world, reachable on foot from Amalfi. Once you arrive you can admire waterfalls and water paths that make the environment very cool even in the height of summer, but also many other naturalistic beauties that leave you speechless.

A privileged place to spend a day surrounded by unspoiled nature and the beauty of the landscape.



The history of Ravello is linked to the events of Amalfi, it is right under the Maritime Republic that Ravello reaches its maximum splendor excelling in trade. After the devastation caused by wars, in the 19th century it began to rise again when the artists and intellectuals of the time rediscovered it as a destination for culturally elitist tourism. Don't just enjoy the fantastic landscape, because there is so much to see: Villa Rufolo, Villa Cimbrone, the Duomo and many other churches are the places not to be missed during a visit to the city.