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In this tour, you will explore the best of the Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast including Positano, Ravello, and Pompeii. A trip between the two gulfs of Naples and the Amalfi Coast, staying in a bed and breakfast in a typical Italian family, a chance to visit with a Limoncello maker, choose the local delights for your cooking class, and relish in la dolce vita, the Italian way. Right away, you’ll be immersed in the culture of the region. Go beyond the typical tour and enjoy a one of a kind adventure!
Whether it's a romantic weekend, a holiday with the whole family, or a business trip in this Bed & Breakfast you will find the solution that fits your needs. Villa Green Paradise offers its guests a choice of rooms; every room has a set of linen and towels for the bedroom and bathroom, TV, central heating, fridge bar, Air Conditioning and private entrance.
The rooms overlook the town of Sant’Agata Sui due golfi or the surrounding groves of orange and citrus trees. Every morning guests are served a delicious breakfast, rich in traditional ingredients. Choose the ideal accommodation for your personal requirements.
It is a double standard room with private bathroom that can accommodate two persons.
This suite consists of a one double bedroom, and one twin-bedded room connected by a corridor with a private bathroom with shower, toiletries, hairdryer, and a living room with a flat-screen TV, fridge, heating, the comfort of only one access door and with total privacy of both bedrooms. This can accommodate up to four persons.
The suite Rosa is elegantly decorated, and is not only ideally designed for couples but it can also welcome families with kids and groups of friends. There is a double room with king size bed, and the living area with a comfortable sofa bed, bathroom with bath/shower, hair dryer, courtesy service, allowing it to accommodate very comfortably up to four people.
Camelia is a double room with private bathroom. It can accommodate up to two persons. The Cameila room overlooks the Green Paradise B&B's private garden which has a beautiful variety of Mediterranean plants and flowers.
You will meet the driver at Naples train station at 10 a.m. Your driver will greet you as you get off the train in Naples train station. Then, you’re off to adventure. Your journey takes you along the Bay of Naples, offering stunning views, including Capri in the distance, across the bay, and historic Mount Vesuvius opposite the shore, on land.
You will then continue down the Sorrentine Peninsula, enjoying the unique landscape, and a brief stop to zesty lemon liqueur tasting, or enjoy some local gelato as a treat after your travels.
You will stop in the village of Sant’ Agata for lunch, and then visit of the city of Massa Lubrense with its sight on the Gulf of Naples. You’ll no doubt recognize this iconic post card view, which has been a backdrop for many paintings, movies, and TV shows.
You’ll then make your way to your destination in a local neighborhood of Sant'agata sui due golfi, located between the two gulfs in Sorrento Peninsula with the spectacular view of the gulf of Napoli and Salerno. Your driver will take you to Bed & Breakfast Green Paradise, where you can unpack, freshen up, relax a bit, and enjoy your first evening in this town.
Start the day with a continental breakfast, with the flavors of typical products prepared by Maria, the owner, with love and then be ready after breakfast to leave for the Amalfi coast tour. The tour will start at 9 a.m. and will take approximately eight hours.
A private English speaking driver will come and pick you up at the appointed time at the Green paradise B&B to take you through the spectacular natural highlights of the Sorrentine Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast.
The coastal road is one of the marvels of Italian scenery. Citrus groves, vineyards, and olive groves that softly pour down the slopes towards the sea, the road follows the tortuous coastline, where curve after curve opens up incredible views of the Gulf of Naples, Vesuvius Capri, and the Gulf of Salerno.
You will continue along the Amalfi Coast, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. The scenery is characterized by mighty cliffs that drop in the sea, rich with bays and coves, winding and colorful.
You will visit the enchanting Positano. The town develops vertically. The pastel colored houses are characterized by arched porticos that give onto the sea. You will have the opportunity to walk through the narrow streets that run downhill towards the main beach. From here, there is a beautiful view of the sea, as well as of the town as it clambers up the mountainside. In the main square of Positano is the parish church of Santa Maria Assunta famous for its colored majolica cupola visible from all over the town.
You then continue along the coastline enjoying the flora and fauna, an area full of color against the contrasting blue and emerald sea. On arrival at Amalfi, you have the opportunity to visit the famous Saint Andrew’s cathedral (ninth century). Its scenic position at the top of steep stairs give a particular flavor to Amalfi’s historic center. In the serene blue of the sky and sea, Amalfi, guarded by its port, seems held in the palm of a hand
You will then continue to the elegant resort of Ravello, a town of natural beauty, exotic plants and relaxing atmosphere. Here, you can have a traditional and delicious lunch at a restaurant with stunning panoramic views and also visit the spectacular thirteenth-century Villa Rufolo.
No photographs or postcards can capture the true beauty of this trip,The only way is to witness it by yourself. After exploring the site, you will return to Sant’Agata for an evening at leisure.
The coastal area is not only a vacation destination for its beautiful scenery, but still today is an important step in the food tourism, from the mountains, to the fishing villages, you can rediscover the flavors of tradition. Of the popular Neapolitan cuisine, from which it draws the basics, especially on the choice of raw materials, always seasonal local produce. Learn how to cook the most beloved traditional dishes from Naples and Sorrento under the guiding hand of Chef Antonino - perfect for everyone from passionate home cooks and curious couples to families.
The heart of Italian cuisine is rooted in the skill and passion of its generations of home cooks. Become one of those celebrated home cooks yourself at Green Paradise B&B's cooking class, where you will learn all the secrets to creating these iconic southern Italian dishes at home with confidence.
Green Paradise B&B will teach you how to prepare traditional family recipes based on the fresh, seasonal produce and herbs from the garden. During the class, you can sample the ingredients used to prepare the dishes to understand and experience the importance of their quality.
Classes are perfect for kids, and Green Paradise B&B is expert at making them feel comfortable and welcome in the kitchen. You’ll enjoy both learning to prepare and dining on classic Italian dishes, accompanied by local wine.
Cooking lessons are in the morning from 11:00 am to 13:30 pm then you visit the town of Sorrento.
You will drive back towards Naples to the ruins of Pompeii and have a guided tour of this famous archaeological site. After visiting Pompeii, you will have a grand finale to your adventure on the typical Napolitano restaurant for a lunch overlooking the Gulf of Naples. After lunch, your guide will transport you back to the train station in Naples to board the train and make your way back home where your memories will sustain you until next time.
The marvelous natural scenery makes the Sorrentine Peninsula one of the most famous tourist destinations in Italy. Protruding into the Tyrrhenian Sea, almost touching the island of Capri, it extends from Castellamare di Stabia to Punta Campanella, watershed between the gulfs of Naples and Salerno.
Art and tradition characterize the numerous towns, the most famous of which is Sorrento: perched on an imposing cliff over the sea, this charming town holds on to its medieval and classical memories, while also preserving Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
In this very famous area there is no lack of ‘wellness tourism’, like the thermal baths at Vico Equense, one of the most picturesque towns of the coast. But the great attraction of this land is in its natural beauty: the coastal road is one of the marvels of Italian scenery. Citrus groves, vineyards and olive groves that softly pour down the slopes towards the sea, the road follows the tortuous coastline, where curve after curve opens up incredible views of the Gulf of Naples, Vesuvius and Capri.
The coast is high, craggy and rocky, with sheer limestone cliffs that crumble into the sea, coves and rocky shores.
Sun, sea, and tradition are the perfect cocktail for those who want a relaxing holiday. Massa Lubrense is the ideal destination, rich in history and flavors. Touched by the sea for about 20 kilometers by the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno, Massa Lubrense offers beaches and pristine bays on both sides.
Massa Lubrense is a natural oasis with lots of walking among ancient farmhouses, archaeological areas, towers, Mediterranean vegetation, and breathtaking views. More than 100 kilometers of trails run through the whole territory, touching all its 18 hamlets and the most pristine places. All trails are marked and reported in special maps.
On the whole area, you can see long stretches of olive and lemon groves, giving an intense scent to this country. The festival of lemon takes place during the summer in Massa Centro, giving the opportunity to taste local products made from lemon.
Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi (on the Two Gulfs) owes its name to its privileged hilltop location, between the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno. The view of the “Two Gulfs” can be observed from the viewpoint of the monastery situated on the hill called Il Deserto, a short walk from the center of the village. Just downstream from this hill, in the area called Vadabillo, a vast necropolis came to light, with many tuff sarcophagi of the seventh and sixth centuries BC.
Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi is a tourist destination since the 19th century, thanks in part to its scenic location, but also for its well-known mild climate and healthy air. It overlooks the island of Capri and the islands of Li Galli. The perfect starting point to the Amalfi Coast, from Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi it is also possible to take many paths to Sorrento, Massa Lubrense, and the Fjord of Crapolla. Also, the panoramic Sirenuse Trail starts here.
At any time of the year, Sorrento is a veritable treasure trove of beauty. For its nature, history, and legends, it is visited every year by thousands of tourists. Sorrento is a town with a breathtaking landscape beauty. Steep on the sea, rich in historical and architectural beauties, Sorrento has always been a tourist destination of excellence, frequented by visitors on the Grand Tour and then by elite holidaymakers in the 19th century.
It is still that charming destination for those who wish to relax in a unique atmosphere: sun, sea, characteristic lanes full of shops, churches, museums, and monuments. The best way to get to know Sorrento is to get a little lost and wander around admiring the postcard-perfect views, browsing here and there, and walking down to the fishing village of Marina Grande or to the port of Marina Piccola.
Positano seems to be standing, leaning against the jagged mountain rock face, with many multicolored houses that seem to be built in a single cluster, all on top of each other. The town is very unique and incredibly attractive, capable of attracting attention to many visitors. It is the kingdom of many flights of little steps, of narrow passageways enlivened and colored by wonderful shops, lively bars and cafes, and restaurants that specialize in seafood.
The Amalfi Drive is said to be one of the most spectacular roads in Europe and from Sorrento, the winding cliff top road offers breathtaking panoramic views from every bend. Amalfi, now a thriving holiday resort, was once a powerful and prosperous marine republic and homeland of Flavio Gioia, the inventor of the compass.
Ravello was an important town of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi, an important trading power in the Mediterranean between 839 and around 1200. Places to visit include Villa Rufolo, Villa Cimbrone, and The Church of San Giovanni del Toro (Saint John of the Bull).
No visit to Capri is complete without at least a few hours spent on the Mediterranean Sea surrounding the island. Whether you choose to join an organized tour or rent a private boat with captain, taking to the turquoise waters is the only way to explore some of the most beautiful parts of the island. In fact, many of the most enchanting stretches of the Capri coastline are completely inaccessible by land.
By boat, visitors are able to reach those secluded bays which are just perfect for swimming or sunbathing - far from the crowds crammed onto the tiny pebble beaches. A leisurely tour around the island will last roughly two and a half hours, including time for a quick dip in the sea. For those with more time at their disposal, full day excursions can easily be arranged.
Pompeii holds an intense fascination for visitors today. Following the eruption of the volcano Mount Vesuvius in the year 79 AD, Pompeii lay buried and forgotten for hundreds of years and the excavations begun in the 18th century are still being carried out today. You can see the past prosperity of the town in the Roman villas, bathhouses, and temples which have been unearthed. Even an amphitheater has been found.
The city of Naples was probably founded by the Greeks around the 8th century BC, just kilometers from the older town of Partenope. This ‘new town’ or ‘Napoli’s’ has been absorbing the influences of its settlers and invaders ever since. Romulus Augustus, last emperor of the Roman Empire, was imprisoned here after being overthrown in 476.
In the 6th century, Naples was conquered by the Byzantines, and it was one of the last duchies to fall to the all-conquering Normans in 1039, as they founded the Kingdom of Sicily. In 1266 Naples and the kingdom of Sicily were given by Pope Clement IV to Charles of Anjou, who moved the capital from Palermo to Naples. In 1284 the kingdom was split in two and stayed that way till 1816 when they would form the kingdom of Two Sicilia’s.
During this tour, you will be served with daily continental breakfast.
Naples International Airport
Please book your flights to arrive at Rome-Fiumicino International Airport (FCO) or Naples International Airport (NAP).
Please get to the central station of Naples Caribaldi. The meeting is Green Paradise B&B Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi.
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