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Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Holidays
8 Days from CAD 2,850
CAD 2,565

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Discover one of the world's most fascinating destination

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RCGS: Highlights of the Amalfi Coast with Scott Forsyth

Amalfi Coast Holidays
8 Days from CAD 3,040

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6 April 2024: Discover one of the most picturesque destinations in the world with renowned RCGS photographer Scott Forsyth

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The Islands of Amalfi Walk

Capri
8 Days from CAD 2,330

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

The beauty of the Bay of Naples has been enchanting travellers for centuries, with visitors falling in love with its dramatic coastline, glimmering seas, and pastel-coloured towns.

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Top 5 Things to Do on Tours to Capri

Ride the Cable Car up Monte Solario: Dramatically rising up almost 2,000ft from the Bay of Naples, Mont Solaro is the highest point on the island of Capri. If you want to witness some of the best views in Italy, take the cable car from Piazza della Vittoria in Anacapri to the summit where you’ll find unparalleled panoramas of Capri and beyond. Alternatively, you could hike to the top, but it will take around 1.5 hours, however, you’ll be rewarded with phenomenal views that make it worthwhile.

Explore Capri Town: Equally as seductive as the natural scenery that surrounds it, Capri Town oozes charm with its swanky boutiques, pavement cafes and bustling Piazzetta where the rich and famous hang out. As you pass by elegant, whitewashed villas, the gentle scent of wisteria and bougainvillaea wafts on the breeze while narrow alleyways lead you through a quieter, more authentic side of the town. Roman Villa Jovis, the former residence of Emperor Tiberius, should also be on your list of things to see in Capri. But if you can’t wait to splash some cash, you’ll find plenty of high-end boutiques and gift shops to explore.

Visit the Gardens of Augustus: Providing an oasis of calm, away from the hustle and bustle of Capri Town, the Gardens of Augustus is a natural paradise teetering on the clifftops. The 180-degree views from here stretch out across the Bay of Naples and are among some of the best on the island. The botanical gardens are made up of ancient monuments and seafront terraces that erupt with colour from ornamental plants and flowers. One of the most notable monuments here was sculpted by Giacomo Manzu, which was commissioned by Italy’s Soviet Embassy in memory of Vladimir Lenin. This is a fascinating piece of history that’s worth visiting while you’re here.

Take a Boat Ride to the Blue Grotto: Although there are several grottos dotted throughout the waters of Capri, only the Blue Grotto, or Grotto Azzura as it’s known locally, is accessible by boat. It’s also the most famous and is shrouded in curious legends. The Romans once believed that sea nymphs occupied the Blue Grotto, and its natural beauty draws visitors here from across the globe. As sunlight beams through from outside, it casts an intensely blue sheen that lights up the inside of the cavern, creating an ethereal glow.

Sail Around the Faraglioni: Vying for your attention as you look out across the bay, the Faraglioni is a trio of imposing sea stacks that rise from the water just off the southern coast of Capri. Individually named as Stella, Faraglione di Mezzo, and Faraglione di Fuori, each rock is home to the unique podarcis sicula coerulea, a blue lizard that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. The Faraglione di Mezzo is the most distinctive of the three sea stacks, and the subject for many a photographer, as it features an arch-shaped cavity, just big enough for a small boat to sail through.

The Amalfi coastline is everything the tour books promise. The clear blue sea water, beautiful scenery with numerous villages clinging to the cliffs. There’s a photograph at every turn. Be prepared for it to be busy. I don’t think I have been anywhere with just so many tourists! I went in October and all the main attractions/sights were still over-run with visitors. Hotel due Torri is in a quieter village and easy to reach from Amalfi by bus. The hotel is clean and tidy. The staff helpful and polite. The pizza is great! The hotel was full – 3 or 4 Exodus groups so the dining room was noisy. The food was OK. For me just too much carbohydrate and not enough fresh vegetables and fruit. With hindsight, I should have excused myself from the evening meal and eaten in one of the many good restaurants in the village.

Lynda Mellor Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

First trip with Exodus Travel. All went pretty much as we expected anbd we had an overall enjoyable experience. Hotel due Torri – set up above Amalfi means you need to do a 40 minute trip down to Amalfi – to get to the various places visited by boat ( Minori – Positano – Capri ) Visits to Ravello, Pompeii, Herculaneum are all done by bus ( or minibus ). On our free day we grouped together and got a minibus to Sorrento – 8 people around 300 euros The Hotel was OK . All staff were pleasant and friendly Room, had Air con , a Safe, En Suite – and we had a nice Balcony. We would never normally opt for 3* but were pleasantly surprised overall. Breakfast was reasonable – selection of hot / cold / fruit yoghurt etc and a coffee machine Evening Meals – taken in a large room – split into one long table for each trip group. 3 or 4 groups most evenings No atmosphere in the dining room – all felt very impersonal but I guess it served its purpose. Long tables – 3 courses most evenings – albeit a bit repetitive ( lots of pasta ) The Pizza evening was an exception – with as much freshly made pizza as you could eat. Wine is around 3 euros per glass for house red – which we liked. Carafe around 6 Euros from memory. Pizza making and pasta making demos were enjoyed by most people. Drinks area outside by the pool – where the groups met each evening before dinner – Cocktails circa 7 euros each but were OK

John Williams Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

A great short but intense week in Southern Italy! The Amalfi coastline is great, beautiful scenery and hot weather. Nice Tour group! Good local Leader.

Julie Taylor Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

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