Iaccarino Sorrento Limousine Service will be pleased to drive you to the Archeological site of Pompeii, try the food specialties of the Campania region accompanied with the famous wine of Mount Vesuvius called:"Lacryma Christy" and visit the beautiful town of Positano on the Amalfi Coast.
The first stop will be in Pompeii where you will spend 2 hours to visit this famous Roman town that was totally buried from the ash in the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Here we can also arrange for you an excellent licensed guide that will be helpful to get more informations and maximize your limited time there otherwise you can walk on your own.
Then we will drive you up to the winery called:" Cantina del Vesuvio" where you will have visit the vineyards, and also have lunch tasting the food specialties of our region like appetizer with salame, provolone, bruschetta, home made bread and extravirgin olive oil, then spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and to finish with a dessert all accompanied by 5 types of wines (white, red and roseè) and to finish with some spumante and a distilled of apricot (like digestive).
Then your driver will lead you on the Amalfi Coast where you can take some beautiful photos along the way before to stop in Positano where you will have some free time to visit the centre, do some shopping and take a nice picture from the Spiaggia Grande.
Your driver will drop you off at the port or Hotel at 4pm.
-We require only CASH payment in Euros at the end of the service.
-The price doesn't include lunch during the wine tasting (28 Euros per person), gratuities, entrance fees for Pompeii (13 Euros per person) and the additional cost to arrange a licensed guide in Pompeii (if required).
-The price include taxes, parking tolls and fuel.
-Entrance fees for Pompeii is free of charge for kids under 18 showing a valid ID and for everybody only the 1st Sunday of each month.
Please note that the order of the places included in the itinerary can be altered during the high season (especially in June, July and August) for traffic issues.