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Private Amalfi Coast Boat Tour from Sorrento

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    Pass By: Travel Etc., Corso Italia 1, 80067, Sorrento Italy

    Departure from Sorrento

    Stop At: MAR - Museo Archeologico Romano, Piazza Flavio Gioia 7, 84017, Positano Italy

    The charm of history, on which the whole contemporary world has been walking since the 60s of the last century. Right in the center of our city, the Roman Villa stands today as a testimony of past wonders and as they fly for a new image of Positano, which is affirmed, above all, as a melting pot of art and culture.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Piazza Duomo, 84011, Amalfi Italy

    Amalfi Cathedral is a medieval Roman Catholic cathedral in the Piazza del Duomo, Amalfi, Italy. It is dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew whose relics are kept here.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Pass By: Li Galli, Amalfi Italy

    The Sirenusas (Italian: Le Sirenuse), also known as the Gallos (Li Galli, "the Cocks"), are an archipelago of little islands off the Amalfi Coast of Italy between Isle of Capri and 6 km (4 mi) southwest of Province of Salerno's Positano, to which it is administratively attached. They are part of the Campanian Archipelago. The name, Sirenuse, is a reference to the mythological sirens said to have lived there.

    Stop At: Grotta dello Smeraldo, Conca dei Marini Italy

    The Grotta dello Smeraldo is a cave, partly inundated by the sea and located in Conca dei Marini, Italy, on the Amalfi Coast.

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Pass By: Area Marina Protetta Punta Campanella, Via Roma 29, 80061, Massa Lubrense Italy

    Punta Campanella is the point of the Sorrentine Peninsula, and looks out over the sea and the island of Capri on the horizon. This stretch of coast has been considered sacred since the times of the ancients, where the land ends and the sea stretches to the distance. It is said that Ulysses met the Sirens here, and had a temple to the goddess Minerva erected on the coast as a sign of his gratitude for her divine protection during his long odyssey.
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