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Amalfi Coast Highlights
cruise & snorkel | half-day tour

A half-day boat & snorkeling tour from Amalfi to Positano and back, visiting the Amalfi Coast's most famous villages, sea caves and other attractions.



4 hours

Offered in


Group size

min 1, max 10







(Check Location & how to reach us)



Discounted rates are valid for clients booking in advance only
Clients without a reservation will pay the full price

Darsena pier

9:30 am  /  2:30 pm

1-3 people    ̶€̶ ̶1̶4̶9̶   € 139 per person
4-6 people    ̶€̶ ̶1̶4̶5̶   € 135 per person
7+ people     ̶€̶ ̶1̶3̶9̶   € 129 per person

All tours are intended as group tours.
For private tours please
contact us.



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Furore Fjord - Boat & Snorkeling
Boat & Snorkeling tour Amalfi Coast
La Praia beach, Praiano - Boat and Snorkeling Tour
Africana Grotto - Boat tour
Conca dei Marini - Boat & Snorkeling
Positano - Boat & Snorkeling tour
Furore - Boat & Snorkeling tour
Positano - Boat & Snorkeling tour
Fjord of Furore - Boat & Snorkeling Tour
La Vite beach - Boat & Snorkeling tour
Atrani - Boat & Snorkeling Tour
Praiano - Boat & Snorkeling tour
Amalfi - Boat & Snorkeling tour


English speaking local captains and guides

Equipment (check Equipment page for more info)

Snorkeling equipment (mask and snorkel), life jackets (on request), floating devices (pool noodles).


Beer, soft drinks and water.

Fresh fruit

Italian Prosecco

Amalfi Coast Limoncello



Once everybody has jumped on board and had a little briefing about how we're going to spend the day, we will be ready to set off to the west towards Positano.

The route will take us along Amalfi Coast’s finest beaches as well as close to natural rock arches and into sea caves, giving us the opportunity to admire the old watch towers that dot the entire length of this coast.

We will pause at beaches reachable only by sea and have time to go snorkeling or swimming in crystal-clear waters and into grottoes.

Not too far from the starting point, right after leaving the center of Amalfi, we will get close to the Saint Andrew Grotto, a huge natural sea cave full of stalactites named after the patron saint of Amalfi (Andrea).

Then, once passed Duoglio and Santa Croce beaches, we will stop by the "Arc of Lovers", a natural rock arch created millions of years ago by the erosion of the sea whose shape recalls two elephants in the act of kissing. Up to not too long ago young couples used to get married on the top of it.

A little later we will cruise in front of the ancient fishermen village of Conca dei Marini, passing near the villa of Sophia Loren and seeing the historic hotel “Il Saraceno” located on La Vite Beach.

From here we will also have a stunning view of the Santa Rosa Monastery, a former convent now converted into a luxury hotel, once home of the Dominican nuns.
It's right in the kitchens of this monastery that the delicious "
Sfogliatella Santa Rosa" was born, a shell-shaped pastry filled with ricotta cheese-based cream and little dried fruit pieces, typical of the local culinary tradition (don't forget to taste it before leaving!).

Once past the seaside of Conca dei Marini we will enter its western basin, where we will have a breathtaking view of Furore and Praiano villages and the islands of Li Galli and Capri, together with the well-known Faraglioni Rocks.

Further inside this basin we will find the little Runghetiello Grotto and its tiny beach, where we will anchor for a break and to go swimming or snorkeling. This picturesque natural sea cave is named after a local fish and it's brightly frescoed in red and green by the minerals on its walls, making it a great spot for a dip.

We will reach then the famous Furore Fjord, the only natural fjord we have in Italy and location of the international diving competition "MarMeeting": every year in July, professional divers from around the world compete by jumping from the top of the bridge which is 28 meters high.

Navigating little farther onward to the village of Praiano we will be able to have a close look of a bigger sea cave, the Africana Grotto, where the water has a distinctive blue color thanks to the unique refraction of light.

Finally we will go round Capo Sottile and continue cruising to Positano, where we will have another break for snorkeling at a beach reachable only by the sea and so not crowded at all: La Porta.

The return trip to Amalfi will give us a different but equally remarkable view of both sea and land.

What to bring

What to bring

Recommended items

  • Sun screen (highly recommended)

  • Towel

Recommended attire

  • Bathing suit

  • Hat

  • Sunglasses with safety cord

  • Wetsuit (if you want to swim during low season)



Limited spots available: secure yours in advance at a discounted price!

We suggest to book for one of the first days of your visit so that it might be possible to postpone the tour in case of bad weather (according to availability).

Prices listed below are already discounted of €10 per person. Clients without a reservation will pay the full price instead.

You might be also interested in our Kayak Tours and Cooking Classes: check them out!

Free cancellation

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive the refund

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