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View of the Tyrrhenian sea coast in Sorrento, Italy

1. Castellammare di Stabia to Sorrento and from Sorrento to Capri - Faraglioni

A small resort with a big reputation, Sorrento is a town of lemons, high-pedigree hotels and plunging cliffs that cut through the heart of the historical core. The town’s longstanding popularity stems from its location at the western gateway to the Amalfi.
Tourism has a long history here. It was a compulsory stop on the 19th-century ‘Grand Tour’ and interest in the town was first sparked by the poet Byron, who inspired a long line of holidaying literary geniuses – including Goethe, Dickens and Tolstoy – to sample the Sorrentine air. The romance persists.
Wander through Piazza Tasso and you’ll be exposed to one of Italy’s finer passeggiatas (strolls), snaking past palatial hotels, magnificent marquetry shops and simple Campanian restaurants serving gnocchi alla sorrentina finished off with a shot of ice-cold limoncello.

Think Capri. One of the first images to come to mind will, no doubt, be that of the Faraglioni: the three spurs of rock that rise up out of the sea, within meters of the island’s Southern coast. The rocks have each been given a name: the first, still attached to the land, is called Stella, the second, separated from the first block by a stretch of sea; Faraglione di Mezzo and the third, Faraglione di Fuori or Scopolo, meaning the head or promontory stretching into the sea.

Aerial drone view of the Tyrrhenian sea coast in Positano, Italy

2. Capri to Positano and from Positano to Amalfi

Positano is the most famous and iconic village on the Amalfi Coast, the spectacular strip of coastline with the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea to one side and the peaks of the Lattari Mountains to the other. The entire Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with highlights including Positano as well as the equally picturesque towns of Amalfi and Ravello.
Just over three square kilometers of devastatingly beautiful scenery at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini: this is Amalfi, a town that opens like a fan towards the sea, sheltered from behind by the steep slopes of the Monti Lattari. Amalfi’s ancient Roman origins are evident from several ruins, including those of a nymphaeum dating back to the reign of Emperor Tiberius. Amalfi is the oldest of Italy’s four major Maritime Republics and prospered for a full three centuries under the Normans, Longobards, and even the Saracens.

Ships at Faraglioni cliffs and Tyrrhenian Sea of Capri Island

3. Amalfi to Capri (Marina Grande) and from Capri to Naples (Castel dell’Ovo)

Marina Grande was once a quiet fishing village, with colorful houses and nets hung up to dry. Today, it is the busy port where virtually all visitors to Capri land upon arrival, a crossroads for tourists, commuters, locals, and others passing through or coming to stay. One of the oldest and most important churches on the island is located in Marina Grande, dedicated to Capri’s patron saint, San Costanzo.
Located on the Naples coastline is the imposing Castel dell’Ovo, the oldest standing fortification in the city. According to legend, the Roman poet Virgil hid a magical egg in the foundations of the fortress, promising that if the egg were broken, the city would suffer great catastrophes! Whether or not the myth is true, the name stuck: “Egg Castle”.

Procida yacht charter itinerary

4. Naples to Marina di Procida and from Marina di Procida to Chiaiolella

Marina di Procida is your safe harbour on the Tyrrhenian island. Yellow, orange, red: immersed in the colours that have made it legendary and in its authentic beauty, Procida is surrounded by an ever-clear blue sea and is dotted with delicious restaurants serving freshly caught fish, churches and museums.

Between the village of Terra Murata and the seaside villages of Chiaiolella and Corricella, there are long sandy beaches, small bays, unforgettable coves and breathtaking views. Connected by a bridge to the islet of Vivara, with a seabed rich in archaeological finds, Procida is home to one of the most important dolphin colonies in the Mediterranean.


5. Chiaiolella to Ischia porto and from Ischia porto to Ischia S. Angelo

The volcanic outcrop of Ischia is the most developed and largest of the islands in the Bay of Naples.
An early colony of Magna Graecia, first settled in the 8th century BC, Ischia today is famed for its thermal spas, manicured gardens, striking Aragonese castle and unshowy, straightforward Italian airs – a feature also reflected in its food. Ischia is a refreshing antidote to glitzy Capri.

Most visitors head straight for the north-coast towns of Ischia Porto, Ischia Ponte, Forio and Lacco Ameno. Of these, Ischia Porto boasts the best bars. On the calmer south coast, the car-free perfection of Sant’Angelo offers a languid blend of a cosy harbour and lazy beaches.

Marina Porto di Mergellina mooring for rent

6. Ischia S. Angelo to Nisida and from Nisida to Mergellina

Nisida is the smallest island in the Gulf of Naples, a large volcanic rock shaped in a half moon that emerges in the eastern part of the splendid sea of ??Pozzuoli. The island has been a source of inspiration for artists and poets and has always been shrouded in a veil of mystery. The island continues to seduce the world for its extraordinary beauty.
Mergellina is the most picturesque Harbor of Naples. And the waterfront along the port promenade and the pier - one of the most popular places for walking and recreation as among local residents so among city guests. Along the pier stretches a promenade Caracciolo (Via Francesco Caracciolo), lined with colorful buildings, Neapolitan taverns, pizzerias, kiosks with snacks and drinks, Panini and ice cream and cof fee shops. Here the fishermen sell their catch of fish and seafood.


7. Mergellina to Vico Equense and from Vico Equense to Castellammare di Stabia

Vico Equense is a coastal town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Naples, in southern Italy. The town is part of the greater Bay of Naples and is a tourist destination. Located on a tuff cliff, it is relatively close to the ferry to the island of Capri, the volcano Vesuvius, the Monte Faito and the ancient town of Pompeii. Vico Equense contains many monuments and places of interest: the Church of the Annunciation - an example of Gothic architecture - the Antiquarium Silio Italico, the Campanian Mineralogic Museum. Among the natural attractions of the area is the Scrajo Spa, founded in 1895. At the spa they offer therapies for various diseases, thanks to the several sources of sulfur water that feed into the center. The complex is also used for beach tourism, thanks to its proximity to the sea.

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