Soak up the culture, bask in the natural beauty and explore the best sights of Capri, Italy’s luxury island, on one of these great day tours from Positano.
Capri is synonymous with upscale living, with designer fashion shopping, yacht-filled coves overlooked by rugged hills and fine Italian dining in romantic settings. If you’re staying on the mainland, especially in the pretty Amalfi Coast hotspot of Positano, you can take one of these excellent day trips to Capri. The three tours on this list all meet TravelMag’s strict standards to provide high quality transportation, excellent itineraries and good value for money.
Small group boat excursion to Capri Island
Choose this tour for a perfect pairing of a guided boat trip with free time to explore the island of Capri at your leisure. You’ll sail along the island’s coastline, past the Faraglioni natural arch, Punta Campanella nature reserve and into the legendary Blue Grotto of Capri. You’ll have the chance to swim at a quiet beach before having four hours of free time to wander and explore centuries-old buildings and museums on Capri. Daily departures. From €149 per person.
From Positano: full-day boat trip to Capri
This eight-hour boat ride is a great option for seeing the varied natural and humanmade beauty of Capri Island. See the natural arch, the various grottoes, and the lighthouse at Punta Carena. Have some snacks on board and then pull on a snorkelling mask and explore the underwater beauty of the island. You will also have around four hours to explore the highlights of Capri on foot, which is only 3.9 miles (6.3km) at its widest, such as the fishing village of Marina Grande. From €150 per person.
Private boat tour to Capri
Perhaps you’d prefer to do things on your own time and at your own pace? Well, there is an option to charter your own boat and captain for six hours. Choose your preferred itinerary, to focus on anything from visiting Capri’s sheltered lagoons to seeking out the homes and former residences of the rich and famous. You’ll pass villas of luminaries such as Sofia Loren and along the way, you can stop for a swim in a sheltered lagoon or quiet beach, and even head onto the island to explore charming villages and Roman ruins. From €790 per person.