The Amalfi Coast is one of the most visited areas in the Mediterranean and for good reason: by sea, you’ll appreciate the pastel villas set against its dramatic cliffs. While the historic cities of Amalfi and Positano have plenty of cathedrals and boutique shopping, be sure to visit the island of Capri and the Blue Grotto – both must-sees for any visitor.
Below is a sample 7-day yachting itinerary in Amalfi Coast. Enjoy.
Embark in Naples and depart for island of Procida. Procida is known for its dramatic cliffs and hidden coves and crystal-clear sea. Have lunch ashore at the famous Caracale in the heart of the ancient port of Corricella. Head to Maresia beach club for the breathtaking sunset.
Morning departure for Ischia. After swimming in the emerald waters of Citara, go ashore to visit the stunning Castello Aragonese, a castle built in 474 B.C and linked to land by bridge. Check out Sorgeto for sunset, famous for his natural thermal pools and for dinner visit Indaco, the only Michelin Star restaurant in Ischia.
Arrive in the morning at the charming island of Capri. Stop at the world-famous Blue Grotto and Faraglioni, the home of the rare blue lizard. Later, go ashore and don’t miss a stop to Cartushia, where luxury and perfumes and soaps were handmade by monks since 1700. After a dinner at Aurora, don’t forget to check out the lively Capri nightlife.
Morning departure for picturesque Positano. The town grew around the steep cliffs and dates back to the 10th century. Still looked over by the famous gold dome of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, disembark and wander around the tiny alleys to explore the artisans shops. Have dinner at Michellin- starred La Sponda, on the stunning terrace of the Rada.
Enjoy the cruise along the Amalfi coast with a stop at Conca Dei Marini to visit the Emerald Grotto. Once in Amalfi, disembark for a visit to the Cathedral in Piazza del Duomo. We recommend dinner at Michelin-Starred La Caravella followed by dancing at Africana, a secret club located in a cave over the sea.
After breakfast aboard your yacht, make sure to take a day trip to Ravello. Visit their famous gardens, Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, and their spectacular Cathedral of Ravello, which is located in Vescovado Square. If you wish, you can also book a cooking class with Mamma Agata where you’ll learn the secrets of Italian Cuisine.
Depart in the morning for Sorrento passing through sea reserves of Punta Campanella. Once in Sorrento, disembark and enjoy an aperitivo at the famous Sky Bar at Hotel Mediterraneo, then head for dinner at Torre del Saracino or Don Alfonso. Overnight in Sorrento and return to Naples the following morning.