Visit Positano, Amalfi, and the historic Villa Cimbrone on this private Amalfi Coast day trip from Rome. The hilltop villa in Ravello sits high above the Mediterranean, offering dramatic views that sweep from the Amalfi Coast to the Cilento National Park. After soaking up the sights from the gardens, you’ll then check out Amalfi town and Positano. Ample free time to explore is included, and you’ll learn about the UNESCO-listed coast as you travel.
Leave Rome to see three highlights of the Amalfi Coast in just one day
Stroll amid temples and statues in the dramatic gardens of Villa Cimbrone
Hear tips for places to visit in Amalfi such as the Cathedral of Sant’Andrea
Enjoy time to wander the streets of seaside Positano on the Amalfi Coast
Transportation provided by a Mercedes Vehicle
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Semi Private tour
Food and drinks
Departure & Return
Traveler pickup is offered
What To Expect
Villa Cimbrone Gardens
The Villa Cimbrone complex consists of a historic building built on a rocky promontory overlooking the Amalfi Coast, and a huge park of about six hectares full of statues, fountains and various antiques. Villa Cimbrone, as we know it today, was built in the early 20th century on the input of an English gentleman, Lord Grimthorpe, who assisted by the Ravello artist Nicola Mansi, built a remarkable building on the remains of an eleventh century patrician villa. beauty, mixing different styles and eras. Villa Cimbrone, as we know it today, was built in the early 20th century on the input of an English gentleman, Lord Grimthorpe, who assisted by the Ravello artist Nicola Mansi, built a remarkable building on the remains of an eleventh century patrician villa. beauty, mixing different styles and eras.
However we cannot tell you all before.. do not miss the experience and visit the Gardens!
The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination for the region and Italy as a whole, attracting thousands of tourists annually.
In 1997, the Amalfi Coast was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Amalfi, the town that gives its name to the coast, was the seat of a powerful maritime republic. At the center of the main square there is the beautiful Cathedral of St. Andrew.
The Sirenusas, also known as the Gallos, are an archipelago of little islands off the Amalfi Coast of Italy between Isle of Capri and 6 km southwest of Province of Salerno's Positano, to which it is administratively attached. They are part of the Campanian Archipelago
From Amalfi you can make several walks. For example Valle dei Mulini that follows the course of the Canneto and continues to Pontone (where you absolutely should go to lookout above the Torre del Ziro).