If you are looking for a holiday that will provide you with plenty of time in the sun, and is going to be enjoyable yet challenging, then take a walking tour through one of Italy’s many regions, from the Amalfi Coast to the Sorrentine Peninsula. The scenery, wherever you go will be absolutely breathtaking.

Walking tours in Capri and the Amalfi Coast are very popular as Italy is a very beautiful country, and has much to offer in terms of scenic beauty. The villages in Italy are not only historic but also culturally rich. Wander your way through Italy's idyllic countryside, hiking on ancient footpaths, sampling its finest food and wine along with its rural pace and way of life.

Enjoy the luxury of having a knowledgeable guide by your side as you hike through the small hill towns along the Italian coastline. These walking tours have been designed for travelers of all ages and ability levels so that everyone can enjoy the same tour regardless of your preferred pace.

Our walking tours are run and managed by a professional local guide whose expertise faces no competition.

A gourmet picnic lunch could also be provided for you to turn your walking tour into a truly magnificent experience.

If your travel plans include a visit to our idyllic island, you may be considering a boat trip around Capri from the harbour and enjoy a spectacular and close-up view of the grottos, cliffs, and stunning rock formations that dot the coastline. Capri itself is legendary for its beauty. You will be impressed by what you see and understand why this island has become so famous in the world. The sea caverns, or grottos, with partially submerged openings feature brilliantly hued water in shades of emerald, turquoise and amethyst. No boat tour around the island would be complete without enjoying a refreshing swim in one of Capri’s many beautiful coves accessible only by sea. Rather than loading yourself onto a tourist-laden boat, why not try a private boat trip around the entire island?

Your private boat tour around Capri would be on the traditional Lulu’ and will include a visit to the famous sea cave, The Blue Grotto, that boasts magnificent tones of blue that demand attention. Depending on the tide you will be able to travel inside and take a look at this natural wonder - a truly unforgettable sight. Access into the grotto is on a smaller boat. To enter you transfer from your boat to one of the rowboats for hire outside the grotto.

Another mysterious attraction is undoubtedly, the Faraglioni Rocks. The Farglione di Mezzo is the famed natural tunnel that has become known worldwide. Native to these rocks is a rare variety of the blue lizard which is said to have assumed the rich blue tones of the sea and sky through adaptation.

Your private boat, the ‘Lulu’ has a spacious sundeck with comfortable cushions and pillows, a canopy for shade, outboard shower to rinse off salt water after swimming, clean towels, light snacks and cold beverages on board. Snorkels and masks are available upon request.

We can provide boats of different size to fit your expectations, from 7 meters up, just contact us and let us know what you look forward to and we'll do out best to make it happen.

If you choose a full day tour, you can enjoy lunch in any one of the restaurants lining the Capri coast or even in the enchanting bay of Nerano along the Amalfi Coast.

All the restaurants recommended for lunch are very casual; it’s fine to dine in a bathing suit with a cover-up.


Do you love photography? Then what better than a late day ride to enjoy the golden hour the sea to take pictures in warm sunset light? We'll be pleased to offer you a ride to witness the "golden hour".

The golden hour is roughly the hour across either sunrise or sunset although the exact duration varies between seasons. During these times the sun is low above the horizon which allows to produce a soft diffused light which is much more flattering than the harsh midday sun that so many of us are used to shooting in.

This type of light produces better contrast and helps reduce the chances of losing parts of your subject in strong shadows or blown-out highlights. The warm glow adds a pleasing feel to the scene, and the long shadows help to pick out details, adding texture and depth to the image.

As an added benefit, there are generally fewer people around at dawn and dusk than there are at other times of the day, giving you a chance to capture your images in relative peace.

We'll be pleased to either take you with your gear to enjoy the golden hour, provide necessary gear or to get a photographer to save you from the hassle and to just enjoy the time.

Are you looking for the perfect spot where to get engaged?

Look no further! Just pic a date, make sure the ring is bright enough and let us make sure the champagne is cold, flowers ready and a photographer to make sure you have a proof she said yes and will not run away with the ring...

*Just a side note for those who will enjoy a boat ride, a good rule when boarding a boat is to take shoes off, smoking is usually allowed as well as the use of a mobile phone but not to smoke for a few hours and not to text or check your social accounts will no cause any damage...