In the halfway between the blue sky and the fabulous sea you will find the incredible Amalfi Coast overlooking the Gulf of Salerno.
Amalfi Coast, declared world heritage by UNESCO, is a beautiful and renowned stretch of mountainous coastline south of Naples, in Campania. It looks like a bunch of colored houses, clinging to the rock and connected by staircases and narrow streets. A vertical landscape where the two defining features of coastal territory cohabit: the mountains and the sea, with capes, bays and fjords, interspersed with small beaches.
The main town of the coast is, of course, Amalfi, a good starting point to explore the sailing area through Ravello and Positano. Ravello is famous for its beautiful gardens perched high in the mountains above the sea. Positano is on the coast to the west side of Amalfi, and it has a couple of dark and gravelly beaches. If you want a bit more of peace, take the path above the water’s edge to the quieter bay at Fornillo.
A wonderful island in the Mediterranean Sea better known as little paradise and one of the most popular for touristic destination for sailing & sea lovers. Marina Grande, with its colorful fishermen’s houses will welcome you to Capri, while shops, bars and restaurants, overlooking the sea, will make you fall in love. Considered one of the most exclusive lounges in the world, Capri will give you the chance to meet famous VIPS. Capri will fascinate you even for its cultural and historical side with the famous church of Santa Sofia characterized by his beautiful Baroque façade, and Villa San Michele, located in the most panoramic point of the island, at 327 meters high. At the end of the day a delicious dinner with a good parmesan sea, prepared with lemon, mint and smoked fish, to be combined with a white wine DOC Campano, will be the dessert of your wonderful experience in Capri.
The historical center, with its vibrant and colorful Piazza Duomo, will enchant you with the wonderful and majestic Cathedral, which overlooks the sea.
Simply walking by the little street of Amalfi between the typical small white houses embedded in rocky cliffs will make a memory that will be engraved in your heart forever. At the sunset take a seat and taste the delicious “Babbà and Limoncello”. You won’t regret it!
Salerno base information
Via Salvador Allende
84131 – Salerno
GPS: 40° 38.740′ N – 14° 48.645′ E
VHF Channel: 74
+39 340 3475919
+39 340 3475919
+39 342 0281641
Weather Forecast Channel 68 (continous listening) – Marina D’Arechi Channel 74
Payable at check-in in Cash, Visa or Mastercard
From Mon to Sun
On Friday at 4 pm
A3 Napoli-Salerno (exit Fratte)/ A30 Salerno-Reggio Calabria (exit Fratte)
Capodichino – Napoli (60km) www.gesac.it
Costa d’Amalfi – Salerno (25km) www.aeroportosalerno.it
From APT Napoli and Napoli City to Salerno City: Sita Sud – www.sitasudtrasporti.it
San Leonardo/ Marina D’Arechi stop
(max 8 pax, one way) APT Napoli – Marina D’Arechi €140,00
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