Words are not enough to describe this stunning coastline.
We go towards Capri where the "Arch of Love" of the Faraglioni Rocks forms the natural entrance to the Island. We can either go to Marina Piccola or to the main port of Marina Grande from where you can take the funicular railway to the famous "Piazetta", sometimes referred to as "the drawing room of the world" from where an endless series of little streets will let you discover this, the most beautiful island of the Mediterranean.
Li Galli Islands
We sail around these famous little islands which mythology tells us are formed by the stones hurled by Polifemo at the fleeing Ulysses. They are situated in the protected marine area of Punta Campanella. At one time they belonged first to Leonid Massine and then to Rudolph Nureyev, the famous dancers and choreographers and now they belong to a Sorrento businessman.
Positano - Amalfi
Positano with its exquisite little houses tumbling towards the sea looks like a "live Christmas Crib" made up of the many visitors who are drawn here from all over the world - sipping their aperitifs on the panoramic terraces or wandering around the little shops where the shopping is unmissable
You will be enchanted by the beauty of this ancient little town which was the first maritime republic and still retains traces of its glorious past with the 13th century cathedral and the old fine paper mills and noble palaces. Not forgetting wonderful views as we sail along the coast of a cascade of antique paper mills and a lovely natural arch in the rocks nicknamed "Sophia" in homage to the famous Neapolitan actress who really loves to swim and sunbathe along this stretch of coast.
Bay of Ieranto
Without doubt the most attractive bay of the entire coast where Ulysses was tempted by the songs of the mythical daughters of Peneo. It is owned by F.A.I. (the Italian Environmental Foundation) and the bay retains all its natural beauty. Access to it is restricted to very few crafts, luckily including the Granseola.
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