For your private tour or shore excursion on the Amalfi Coast, Guerriero Tours will pick you up from your desired location, whether it’s Naples Harbour, the train station, your hotel, or holiday house. At the end of the excursion, you’ll be dropped off at a location like the harbor, train station, or hotel.
Departures from: Napoli, Salerno, Sorrento
The entire Amalfi Coast is a touristic and unexpected destination, attracting thousands of tourists from all over the world. The entire area is protected by the UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. Our tour offers private excursions of the Amalfi Coast with an English-speaking guide. The meeting point will be Salerno, Sorrento, or Naples, and from there, we’ll take you to the beautiful Amalfi Coast.
In one of our luxury cars, we’ll follow the scenic route from Sorrento through the magnificent Amalfi Coast.
Our first destination is the picturesque town of Positano with its pastel-colored buildings descending the hill towards the sea, creating a characteristic and distinctive vertical shape. You can take a walk from the city center down to the beach, passing through steep streets lined with hotels, restaurants, and boutiques.
Conca dei Marini, Grotta dello Smeraldo
From Positano, we’ll continue to Conca dei Marini, where you can visit the Grotta dello Smeraldo. The grotto was named “Emerald” for the incredible colors that filter through an underground opening and fill the cave with brilliant blue and emerald light. Entry is possible through an elevator that takes you to the cave level, where visitors can use boats to cross it (boat prices are not included).
After this wonderful experience, we’ll proceed to Amalfi, the largest and most popular destination on the coast. The Republic of Amalfi was once one of the major maritime powers. Here, you can visit the famous 9th-century cathedral in the central square of the town and the Cloister of Paradise. In the center of Amalfi, we’ll take a break for lunch (not included in the tour, but the driver will suggest the best places to eat based on your taste and budget).
After lunch, we’ll proceed to the last but no less important destination, the town of Ravello. Ravello is situated on cliffs above Amalfi and is famous for its views and gardens. Here, you can visit two famous gardens, Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. Both of these scenic gardens are open to the public, and you can stroll through tropical plants and enjoy a wonderful view of the coast. It’s worth visiting important places of worship like the majestic Cathedral and Duomo dedicated to San Pantaleone, whose blood is saved in a relic and likely liquefies every year.