During this shore excursion you will have the possibility to visit the ruins of Pompeii, the town of Sorrento and Positano on the Amalfi Coast.
Your English speaking driver will pick you up at the Amalfi port or Hotel at 8AM.
Then we will start to drive you up on the mountain of Amalfi on the road called Agerola to bring you directly to Pompeii where you will visit the ruins for 2 hours. Here you can visit the ruins for 2 hours on your own or hire an official licensed guide.
The tour will continue down to the Sorrento Peninsula where you will have some photos opportunities along the way. Your driver will give free time to take a stroll through the centre for some shopping and can also stop for lunch to taste our typical food of the area or the famous Pizza.
The last stop will be in Positano which is considered the pearl of the Amalfi Coast.
Your driver will lead you around the slopes of the mountain until the downtown where you can take a photo of a breathtaking view and a stroll towards the Spiaggia Grande (big beach).
The tour will end at the port of Amalfi in the afternoon at 16:00.
We only accept cash payment in Euros.
The tour doesn't include lunch, gratuities, entrance fees and the licensed guide in Pompeii.
Entrance fee for Pompei ruins is 15 Euros per person (kids under 18 years old will not pay the entrance showing a valid document and it is free of charge for everybody only the 1st Sunday of every Month).
Please note that it is also possible to stop in Positano for lunch in a very good local Restaurant where you can join an outstanding view of the town from the hills.
English speaking drivers!
Our company is composed of English speaking drivers also very knowledgeable, informative about the area and of course very friendly! All our drivers are trained to offer a running commentary about the history, local customs and culture of each site but only inside the vehicle infact if you wish to have someone that will walk with you in the sites (like the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum or the National Archeological Museum in Naples), you must arrange an official licensed guide.