Isle of Capri
Boat trips to Capri
The Isle of Capri is enclosed in the territory of the majestic Gulf of Naples and opposite the coasts of karst origines appears the entire Sorrento Peninsula. The morphological structure of Capri is articulated and irregular on its surface due to interior highlands and high mountains: the most popular is known by the name of Anacapri. The karstic island has allowed, over the years, the emergence of numerous cliffs, coves, inlets and natural caves. These were attacked by the Romans, during the period of their sumptuous Empire, to build royal palaces and villas. The symbols that excel among the general scenario and the Mediterranean vegetation of Capri are the Faraglioni rock formations and the Blue Grotto.
The staff of Amalfi Sails organizes trips in the morning, afternoon and evening and to celebrate a special event we highly recommend our cruises at sunset: the magic “Capry By Night” tour. Upon request, you can decide to book an English speaking tour guide to accompany you throughout your entire private boat excursion.
Capri by Boat
Amalfi Sails offers you the most exciting views of the Isle of Capri from a completley different perspective, the sea. We organize private tours, group trips and sightseeing tours by boat to get to know the most beautiful and lesser-known areas that deserve, equally, a visit. Our routes include the whole island tour with the following steps: Marina Grande, Marina Caterola, Tiberio’s jump, the White Grotto, Cala Matermania, Rock Monacone with Villa Malaparte, the Faraglioni, Marina Piccola, the Lighthouse of Punta Carena, the Cave of the Saints, the Grotta Rossa, the Green Grotto, Cala di Mezzo, Cala del Rio, the Blue Grotto of Tiberius and the popular swimming spot Bagno di Tiberio.
Usually a complete tour of the island takes about 3 hours and during your trip you can stop to bathe in the quieter areas and have lunch in one of the tastiest restaurants of the island. We remind you that with Amalfi Sails you can include on board (for a small fee) an English speaking guide.
Excursions On The Island of Capri?