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Naples & Amalfi Coast yacht charter
Time and time again people exclaim that the only way to truly appreciate the beauty of the Amalfi Coast is to approach from the sea. A cruise along the Amalfi Coast will exceed expectations as it remains a place of rare and incredible beauty. The hillside towns are a truly magnificent display of Italian engineering and architecture.
Visit Naples, Italy’s third largest city and its historic centre, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a walk along Via Toledo, and marvel at the magnificent galleries and façade of the beautiful Royal Palace and San Francesco di Paola church, the Galleria Umberto, the imposing Maschio Angioino Castle. Don’t miss the characteristic Neapolitan Pizzeria where you will appreciate Italian original pizza in the place where it was made for the first time.
Popularly called the Emerald Island, Ischia is covered in pine groves with sparkling waters gently crashing into its beaches. It promises that its numerous thermal spas will cure you of any disease. Ischia’s most conspicuous natural wonder is the volcano, Monte Epomeo, that sits in its centre and heats the island’s thermal springs.
Going to Ponza is all about living and breathing “il mare”. You will find it is a rare Mediterranean gem that has kept its Italian identity intact and undiluted. You will be greeted by an attractive harbour with its backdrop of pretty pink houses clinging to the hillside.
This green isle is a nature reserve and also the site of a ruined Benedictine convent dating back to the XIII century. Zannone is part of the Circeo National Park because of its beauty and the integrity of its environment. It is the greenest of the Pontine Islands and is covered with thick vegetation based on Mediterranean scrub.
Spectacular viewing points perched directly above the sea, panoramic pathways clinging to the rocks and picturesque fishing districts by the water's edge: this is the magic of the Island of Capri.
Positano is one of Italy's most romantic and luxurious vacation spots. Built vertically on the face of a cliff, it started out as a fishing village and became popular with writers and artists in the 1950's. Today it is a fashionable resort yet still retains the charm of a pedestrian town with many stairs and its pretty pastel coloured houses and flowers make it very picturesque.
Immerse yourself in history and visit Pompei which contain 2,000-year-old temples, villas and artworks buried when volcanic Mount Vesuvius exploded in 79 A.D. Discover rich frescoes and ancient thermal baths.