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Amalfi Coast Mini-Motor Boat Excursion

Price USD$741.93


Amalfi Coast Mini-Motor Boat Excursion
Cruise the Amalfi Coast on a private motorboat with a local skipper. Be inspired by Positano\'s boutique shopping, Amalfi\'s history and cathedral, Conca dei Marini\'s beauty and more.

Bypass the tourist crowds and examine the natural beauty of the Amalfi Coast through the eyes of a local on a private, 19ft motorboat . This jagged coastline is notable for its many crumbling towers, originally designed as watchtowers in the fourteenth century to warn the villagers of invasions from the pirates of North Africa. Primarily consisting of limestone, the coast also includes many natural arches and vast cliffs.

Embark from either MaioriMinoriAmalfiConca dei MariniPraianoPositano, or Sorrento and begin the journey of a lifetime.

Some of the more notable sights of this excursion are:

  • The Li Galli Islands, most notable for their history in Homer’s epic, “The Odyssey,” where Ulysses is attracted by the songs of the sirens. Your captain will cruise through these stunning islands and can even stop at your request for a swim between them.
  • Positano: One of the most photographed villages in all of ItalyPositano is beautifully colored with villas, hotels, and restaurants climbing up the steep mountainside. John Steinbeck said it best in 1953 when he described this picturesque getaway, \"Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn\'t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.\"
  • Furore: Most notable for its Fjord, home to the annual World Championship of Diving from Great Heights, with a bridge positioned 30 meters above the water.
  • Conca Dei Marini: Known as a getaway for the rich and famous, including Jackie Kennedy and Sophia Loren, whose villa resides in this very village. One notable sight is the Lover’s Arch, a natural limestone formation. “Conca” is also home to the Emerald Grotto, a fluorescent light-green cave with an underwater nativity scene. This village also boasts several quaint beachside restaurants, where you can taste some of the best seafood in the area.
  • Amalfi: Visit St. Andrew\'s Cathedral, a 9th century Roman Catholic structure dedicated to the patron saint of AmalfiAmalfi contains many fine boutiques as well as countless dessert shops.
  • Maiori and Minori: Two neighboring villages with lovely side streets and walkways. Maiori is much larger than Minori, and includes the “Lungomare,” a street parallel to the longest stretch of beach on the coastline. Maiori also features a charming cave known as “Pandora’s Grotto,” only accessible by sea. Take note of the vibrant orange corals on the cave walls as the tide eases up and down.

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Cruise the Amalfi Coast on a private motorboat with a local skipper. Be inspired by Positano\'s boutique shopping, Amalfi\'s history and cathedral, Conca dei Marini\'s beauty and more.