Choose one of our suggested boat trips. Discover the exceptional beauty of the Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

Choose from many destinations along the coast of Campania.

  • Faraglioni di Capri
  • Capri Island

    A wild beauty, sculpted by the wind and the caresses of the sea. This is the island of Capri.
  • Our boat tours will allow you to discover its precipitous and jagged coast, which descends into the sea to meet the famous Faraglioni sea stacks and countless grottos (such as the "Magnificent Grotto", the "White Grotto" and the "Green Grotto"). Among these, we will also visit the renowned Blue Grotto, which is a favourite destination for visitors from all over the world.

    On the island itself, enjoy getting lost in Capri's characteristic alleys, where historic artisan studios selling products bearing the Made in Italy logo blend with elegant boutiques from the most iconic brands in the world of fashion.
    A famous meeting point is the "piazzetta", or "little square", which is a hub for the island's nightlife. Every year, tourists and celebrities from the international jet-set scene gather here.

    Capri is about more than just shopping and 'la dolce vita': don't forget to visit the Charterhouse of St Giacomo, which is now a museum whose works include two statues retrieved from the bottom of...

  • Costiera Amalfitana
  • Amalfi Coast

    Our boat tours are the best way to enjoy the breathtaking sights that unite the sea and land along the 50km of the Amalfi Coast.
  • Our staff will help you discover our unique landscape with its bays, inlets, cliffs and little villages nestled into the mountains.

    Amalfi, the iconic town that gives its name to the entire coastline, dominated by its majestic cathedral and its network of alleys that overlook the sea, where the glorious past of the Maritime Repubblic is still tangible.

    Furore, an open-air gallery with its characteristic murals that adorn the buildings. It is renowned in particular for its fjord, a magical and evocative sight that bears testimony to the beauty and power of nature.

    Positano is truly a little corner of paradise: take a trip to uncover the delights of this unforgettable place. The town unfolds vertically, expanding through an evocative tangle of alleys. In the centre of Positano you will find the church of Santa Maria Assunta with its large majolica dome that hosts many valuable treasures, such as its polychrome marble altars.

    Opposite, you can spot the "Sireneuse", four islets that stand out...

  • Ischia
  • Ischia

    Immersed in the crystalline waters of the Gulf of Naples, an excursion to Ischia offers the perfect blend of nature, culturally significant locations, and fun.
  • Ischia is also known as "the Green Island" because of its expansive natural heritage with characteristic flora including pines, Mediterranean shrubland, and the renowned vines that make the landscape truly unique. Their perfumes and colours are what characterise the Ischian landscape. 

    The island, which is volcanic in origin, is rich in thermal mineral springs, fumaroles and muds, which emerge just a few metres from the beach and make Ischia the perfect place to enjoy a stay of wellness and relaxation.

    Sandy beaches alternate with rocky stretches of coast that can be reached via paths that descend down to the sea. During our boat tours, don't miss out on a visit to the beaches of Maronti, Citara - which is renowned for its beauty, Lacco Ameno, the characteristic Baia di Sorgeto, Cafiero and Bagnitiello.

    The island is divided into 6 municipalities. Ischia, Casamicciola, Lacco Ameno, Forio, Barano and Serra Fontana.

    In the town of Ischia, the island's capital, you can visit the Aragonese...

  • Isola di Procida
  • Procida

    Our boat trip to Procida promises to showcase the unique beauty of this island.
  • Small but extraordinarily authentic, it invites you to lose yourself in its alleys, surrounded by the multi-coloured spectacle of its characteristic houses.

    Fall in love with Marina Corricella, a small and timeless hamlet of multi-coloured fishing houses, chosen by Massimo Troisi to shoot some of the scenes for the classic Italian film The Postman

    Terra Murata, with its majestic Palazzo D'Avalos, is located at the centre of Procida, at around 90 metres above sea level.It was built during the Middle Ages and is still accessed by its original entrance points today. With its labyrinth of little alleyways and houses, which were built one on top of the other, it offers a breathtaking view over the sea.

    A boat tour is the best way to fully enjoy the beauty of this island, discovering its many grottos and inlets, which can only be accessed via the sea.

    Book your boat trip now to uncover the marvels of Procida!