Cruise on the Amalfi coast and Ponziane islands

A navigation in the sign of art and tradition between postcard glimpes and crystalline waters.

Amalfi coast and ponziane islands

Even with this cruise proposal we have carefully selected places worthy of note in terms of nature and landscape. The Amalfi Coast and the Pontine archipelago are one of the major Italian tourist attractions. Geographically bounded to the south of the Sorrento Peninsula, starting from Vietri sul Mare and to the north from the Cilento Coast arriving in Positano, the Coast overlooks the Gulf of Salerno and takes its name from the most important town in the area: Amalfi. Declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1997, this area is famous throughout the world also for the link with the sea that historically recognizes Amalfi as one of the Italian Maritime Republics, whose symbol appears on the flag of the Italian Merchant Navy. This city, together with Positano and Ravello, is among the places of greatest attraction on the coast. The route continues towards Sorrento, to then to Capri, Ischia and Procida, islands in the Gulf of Naples also known internationally for their naturalistic and historical-cultural attractions. After this we will arrive in Ventotene, part of the marine protected area together with the island of Santo Stefano. Then again in Ponza. The latter is the most important island of the archipelago, concentrated on eight square kilometers of rocky and sandy beaches, natural arches, cliffs, pristine sea and romantic bays where we will moor.