“Whilst in general everyone knows about the Amalfi coastline, the Sorrento coastline presents the visitor with a slightly different canvas, although equally beautiful.”
Sorrento Coast & Li Galli Islands
The Sorrento Coast is more rugged and less developed profile has its own unique beauty. This rockier terrain means that there is less development along this protect marine reserve area so you will enjoy a far quieter slow cruise.
Suggested tour Itinerary
Departing from the Positano dock, as with all of our cruises, the outing begins with following the Sorrento coastline. We will visit a number of landmarks such as Punta Germano, a natural arch feature and interesting rock formations. There are several protected inlets and if weather conditions are suitable your Captain will generally stop to let you take a swim in these crystal clear waters.
A minimum 2 hour outing will be sufficient time for you to cruise around the Li Galli islands as well.
By extending your cruise duration we would be able to include the quaint fishing village of Nerano with its renowned local restaurants right on the water’s edge. We are more than happy for you to include a lunch stop to experience the local cuisine first hand (lunch costs excluded and to be settled directly by the guest).
- This excursion option is offered only as a private excursion for parties of between 2 to a maximum of 12 people.
- A minimum excursion time of 2 hours is required but you have the choice to extend the time up to a full day excursion.
- The cruise duration is between 2 hours and full day.
- Life jackets are provided.
Booking availability is typically from the early April to end October.
If you like this suggested outing email us now on email@example.com, providing details of the date and the number of adults and children in your party. We will respond to you immediately including secure payment details to facilitate a quick and easy payment to secure your excursion.
Cassiopea are proud to be ranked as a Tripadvisor top service performer and most popular activity in Positano.