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Amalfi

Positano

Emerald Cave

Li Galli

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Amalfi coast by boat

Amalfi coast by boat
Amalfi coast by boat
Amalfi coast by boat
Amalfi coast by boat
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The excursion starts from the Santa Fortunata Camping Village Reception or from our rocky beach.
Once you embark you go to discover one of the most beautiful itineraries ever. Along the way we can see the protected natural air of Punta Campanella, which is the extreme point of the Sorrento peninsula. Then we admire the archipelago of Li Galli, consisting of three islands: Gallo Lungo, La Rotonda and the Briganti.
Once in Amalfi you have free time to visit the famous town and the majestic Duomo dedicated to S.Andrea.
We then reach Positano, a place characterized by narrow and articulated alleyways. In the afternoon board from Positano to the port of Massa Lubrense and return to the village.

Price: € 50,00
Price includes:
 pick up from the Village Camping, tour to the Amalfi Coast with 2hrs free time in Positano and 2 hrs free time in Amalfi.

Price does not include:
lunch and entrance tickets.

Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast is named after Amalfi. This small town is dominated by the majestic Duomo dedicated to Sant'Andrea, built by architect Errico Alvino.

Positano

Positano has been a holiday resort since the Roman Empire. Typical of this town are the many stairways that reach the beaches from the top of the village.

Emerald Cave

The Grotto of Emerald is a cavity partially invaded by the sea. In 1956, on its backdrop, an underwater crib made of ceramic statues was set up.

Li Galli

The island of Li Galli is identified as the place where sirens lived and admonished the sailors in transit, causing them to be wrecked against the rocks. Mythology tells only two ships that have managed to escape this sad destiny: that of Ulysses and that of the Argonauts.

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