In this article we want to suggest you what to see in our beautiful Amalfi Coast if you have 3 days to visit it!
It’s a list of our suggestion, but if you want some other information, or if you want to book a tailored tour in our area, we remember you that you can write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website (www.sorrentotransfer.com).
Capri – Day 1
The picturesque Isle of Capri is off the Sorrentine Peninsula in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The island has been a resort destination since the Roman Era and today visitors still flock here for day trips from Naples or more extensive visits. The island has several churches, museums and monuments but the main attractions are the natural wonders and beaches. The Blue Grotto is the island’s most well known attraction. It is a sea cave where the sunlight passing through the underwater opening gives the water a cobalt blue color. The cave goes about 50 meters deep into the cliff. Anacapri is an elevated, landlocked commune with several landmarks including the Villa San Michele, a luxury 20th century villa with expansive gardens overlooking the island. You can take a walk along the Via Krupp footpath between the Charterhouse of San Giacomo and the Garden of Augustus near Marina Piccola. See the Faraglioni sea stacks, limestone rock formations which rise out of the ocean. The main town shares the name of the island and has quaint alleyways and squares. Visit the Port of Marina Grande and take the funicular up to La Piazzetta (Piazza Umberto I).
If you are planning to visit Capri, you must absolutely take a look to our mini cruise to Capri (private, o shared), that will let you to visit all the isle in the best way!
We also have an article on this blog about what to do see in Capri, read it here: https://magazine.sorrentotransfer.com/2018/06/09/what-to-do-in-capri/
Sorrento – Day 2
The town of Sorrento overlooks the Bay of Naples and is connected to Amalfi by the Amalfi Drive and to Naples, Positano, Capri, Iscchia and Amalfi by ferry. The town is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes with mountains, citrus groves, olive groves and farmlands as a backdrop to the town perched on a terrace overlooking the sea. Sorrento has narrow lanes, picturesque balconies, cobbled street and artisan workshops. At the heart of Sorrento is Piazza Torquato Tasso. Down at the Port of Marina Grande you’ll find restaurants, stores and bars. Via di San Cesareo has been the central street since the Roman era. Along this street there are several beautiful buildings like the Church of the Madonna Addolorata. Visit the Church of St. Francis and the adjacent cloister. From the park of Villa Communale there are views of the Gulf of Naples and Vesuvius. Also visit the Museo della Tarsia Lignea and Museum Correale. If you are in Sorrento over Easter you can see the Good Friday Procession of Our Lady of Sorrows and the Procession of the Crucified Christ. Another of Sorreno’s claims to fame is the production of Limoncello, a citrus alcoholic digestif made with locally grown lemons.
One of the best way to visit Sorrento is to book a certified guide for a walking tour, or to visit all the artisan shops in the city centre!
If you want we can offer you a Limoncello, Wood and Oil Tour in Sorrento and Countryside, a special tour which let you to discover the magnificent Made in Italy manufacturing in Sorrento, and to discover all the best panoramic places in Sorrento!
Amalfi Coast – Day 3
One of the most beautiful thing you can see here is the Amalfi Coast, and visit all the villages that compose it: Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Praiano Atrani ecc.
You can visit all these villages in a lot of ways, but we suggest you two alternatives:
A boat tour of the Amalfi Coast, or a Private Car Tour, with or without a guide.
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