Since the days of the Grand Tour, Italy has been a magnet for travellers attracted to its glorious cultural and artistic heritage, beautiful countryside and wonderful food. From cities boasting innumerable treasures of Renaissance palaces, baroque masterpieces and Roman remains, to sun drenched coves hugging the emerald sea; the warmth and personality of Italy is evident throughout. From the sophisticated islands of Capri and Ischia, to Sicily and the neighbouring Lipari Islands, the Amalfi coastline provides a stunning backdrop for an idyllic itinerary.
Cruise through the Bay of Naples to the island of Ischia. Renowned for its thermal springs, the island has long been a source of inspiration for artists, musicians and writers. Visit the boutiques and restaurants around the small fishing of San Angelo.
Neighbouring Capri bustles with chic boutiques, restaurants and bars. Explore the famous Blue Grotto or step ashore to the beautiful hilltop village of Anacapri and enjoy breathtaking views.
The exclusive village of Positano is dramatically positioned with pastel-colored houses spilling almost vertically down the terraced mountain. Enjoy an afternoon of water sports before stepping ashore to dine at the famous San Pietro.
Discover the imposingly positioned old cathedral in the traditional fishing village of Amalfi or venture inland to the ruins of Pompeii.
Following an overnight cruise, wake up in the waters surrounding the volcanic island of Stromboli. The island is surrounded by crystal clear bays, ideal for watersports.
Anchor off the rocks of Panarelli for an afternoon of water sports, before stepping ashore to the many bars and restaurants around Panarea’s main town.
Chosen since antiquity for its healing qualities, the island of Vulcano is rich in sulphur and craters with springs and natural mud baths for bathing. Neighbouring Lipari is the prettiest and largest of the Aeolian Islands and has a stunning coastline.
Cruise to the mainland of Sicily and discover Palermo’s medieval charm. Disembark in the splendid natural harbour and enjoy you last night ashore.