Capri is beautiful island famous for its splendid cliffs, coves and grottos, including the enchanting Blue Grotto*, the White Grotto (also known as the Champagne Grotto), and the Green Grotto. During the tour, you can also admire the Statue of Urchin, the Jump of Tiberius, the Coral Cave, the Natural Arch, Villa Malaparte, the Faraglioni Rocks, the Bay of Marina Piccola,
Next, as we sail to Positano, we’ll stop at Tordigliano beach for a snack on board the boat. This is one of the largest, and yet uncrowded, beaches on the Amalfi Coast, as it is difficult to reach by foot. Here, you’ll also have the opportunity to go for a swim or snorkel.
Then in the early afternoon, we continue on to Positano, known for its handmade leather sandals, art galleries, ceramic shops, resort fashions, and postcard-ready landscapes. You will have an hour of free time to explore the streets, shop for souvenirs, and visit the local sites, including the church by the sea, Santa Maria Assunta.