Enjoy a full-day excursion of the Amalfi Coast and Pompeii from the port of Naples. Visit the coastal village of Positano, explore the narrow streets of Sorrento, and see the ruins of Pompeii. Marvel at the beauty of the Amalfi and Sorrento coasts.
About this activity
Duration 8 hours
The tour operator will send you the meeting point closest to your accommodation and the pick-up time by email
Transport by Mercedes Minivan with air conditioning
The driver speaks English
Bottle of water and snacks
Tolls, Petrol and parking fees
What’s Not Included
Licensed guides ( cost of the live guide €120 for 2 hours)
Discover the Amalfi and Sorrento coasts
See Mount Vesuvius in the distance and then visit the ruins of Pompeii
Visit Positano, the most beautiful village on the seacoast
The tour has been planned to provide you an enjoyable overview of the Amalfi Coast, stopping at the coastal village of Positano, the Sorrento Coast, visiting Sorrento, and the ruins at Pompeii.
Pompeii, covered in ash by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. has long intrigued archaeologists and visitors from around the world. In the distance you’ll see Mount Vesuvius before stopping to visit the ruins of Pompeii, after a short commentary by the driver. At the site you can hire a licensed multilingual guide for a 2-hour private tour if you wish. There is an additional cost for this service plus the EURO 15 p. person entrance fee to the site.
Next on your itinerary is a visit to Positano, the most beautiful village on the Amalfi Coast. Walk along the narrow winding street from the top of the hill to the beautiful beach. You’ll find fashion boutiques, shops, and cafés along the way.
Your drive continues on to Sorrento, where you’ll have time for lunch (not included in the tour price) at a local restaurant in the fishing village that facing the Vesuvius Volcano.
After lunch there’s time for a walk in Sorrento. This is the most famous town on this section of the coast. Its medieval structures were built on top of the Roman town, and you’ll find very narrow streets lined with shops. If you’re interested in shopping, there are quality leather goods on offer, as well as ceramics, cameos, inlaid woodwork, and more.