With its mix of natural beauty, fine art, tasty cuisine and high society, Capri has few equivalents in the world. The Blue Grotto, with its magical iridescence which illuminates the sides of the grotto through the water, is a must-see. We suggest not to miss the “aperitivo” in Capri’s world famous Piazzetta and a little shopping in her narrow, shops-filled streets. For dinner, you have an ample choice: Aurora, Paolino, Mammà, and many other top restaurants crowd the streets of Capri. The best way to end your day is a quick visit to Anema e Core for a drink and some live piano bar.
The Amalfi Coast is an incredible land, where the wild side of nature meets with art and architecture. Amalfi, Ravello, Positano, Furore, every settlement along the coast is a little hint of paradise and every view remains impressed in visitor’s heart and mind. Let you be enchanted by the impressive Amalfi Dome, follow the vertical paths along Positano and live its sparkly nightlife, climb to Ravello and enjoy its breathtaking views from the beautiful Villa Cimbrone: a trip to the Amalfi Coast is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Have dinner in one of the many nice restaurants in Amalfi or book a table at "La Rada", a terrace perched over the sea in Positano that becomes a club with live music at night.
The Sorrentine Peninsula is home to beautiful beaches, hidden coves and the lively and charming town of Sorrento. Cruise around the Natural Reserve of Punta Campanella and Li Galli Islands, visit the deep blue water bay of Nerano and, at nignt, head to Sorrento for a city tour and an unforgettable bowl of “gnocchi alla sorrentina”; we suggest you L'antica Trattoria for a typical and solid meal or the Michelin starred "Il Buco" for a gourmet dining experience. End your night with a walk along the lively Corso Italia and don't miss a shot of the delicious Limoncello.
Universally known for its mineral springs, the island offers beautiful modern thermal parks on the seashore with hot swimming pools, saunas, jacuzzi’s, japanese and turkish bath, restaurants and bars. San Pancrazio and Cetara are the most beautiful places to stop for a swim, while the Aragonese Castle it’s the most interesting and charming archeological site. The Riva Destra is the place to be at night, a long seafront street dotted with restaurants and bars.
Procida is the ideal destination for those who wish for a holiday out of the touristic path. Life there flows slow and quiet, following the rhythms and the traditions of the seafarers that still represent the most part of the local population. Take your time to circumnavigate the island and explore its beautiful bays and join the beach club "Maresia" for a relaxing drink and some lounge music while watching the sun sinking into the sea. the most romantic place for dinner is "La Corricella": here you will be able to choose among many restaurants and enjoy some fresh caught fish cuisine.