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Sailing Campania, Italy

Sailing Campania, Italy

Invest in a week of bliss, charter a yacht in the region of Campania, Southern Italy. Offering a rich cultural heritage, fascinating history, culinary charm and breath-taking natural beauty. To save you a little time, we’ve put together a sailing route for you, complete with suggested eateries, historic & cultural places of interest and some valuable tips to help you get the best out of your Campanian Charter, Buon Viaggio!


Day 1 – Salerno 

Situated on the Gulf of Salerno with its shores meeting the Tyrrhenian Sea, lies the city of Salerno, a stone’s throw away, 8 nautical miles to be exact, from the second stop off of this idyllic route, the Amalfi Coast. The city, found at the centre of what has dubbed ‘The Tourist Triangle’, and for good reason, boats a host of delights, some of which we highly recommend being; The Trieste Promenade, its Medieval Gardens and the La Carne Castle – all of which makes for an exciting starting point of this Campanian Voyage. 

Places of Interest

Villa Comunale Di Salerno

Salerno Harbour 

The Historic Town Centre

Places to Eat

Ristorante Cicirinella

FishArt Ristorante

Osteria Angolo Masuccio

Osteria Dei Sapori


Day 2 – Amalfi

The historic town of Amalfi, a once mighty Mediterranean trading hub and fashionable holiday location for British elite, rests at base of Monte Ceretto. Known for its eye grabbing medieval architecture, lively market places and picturesque shoreline, the Town of Amalfi is a must see. 

Places of Interest

Saint Andrew’s Cathedral 

Handful of quaint museums 

The Piazza Duomo 

Places to Eat

Pizzeria Il Mulino

Marina Grande

L’Abside

Da Gemma

Day 3 – Capri

A destination for holidaying since the Roman Republic – The Island of Capri sits just off the Sorrentine Peninsula, that divides the Gulf of Naples from the Gulf of Salerno. As with much of the Mediterranean, its has seen its fair share of history unfold before (and on) it. Blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, studied and documented for centuries and dubbed the ‘Isle of the Sirens’ in Ancient Greek Mythology, this Gem of the Campanian region is not one to be overlooked. 

Places of Interest

The Blue Grotto 

La Piazzetta de Capri

Faraglioni

Villa Jovis

Places to Eat 

Gennaro Amitrano

Ristorante Panorama Capri

Le Grotelle

Pullali Wine Bar

Day 4 – Sorrento

The Town of Sorrento is known for its breath-taking views, perfectly positioned to oversee the Bay of Naples, the Isle of Capri and Mount Vesuvius. Sorrento is famed for its post meal liqueur, Limoncello, enjoyed the world over. The towns cliffy landscape and opulent hotels have caught the eye of many rich and famous. 

Places of Interest 

Cathedral of Sorrento

Piazza Tasso 

Pompeii or Herculeneum 

Old Sorrento 

Places to Eat 

L’Antica Trattoria

La Cantinaccia del Popolo

Bellevue Syrene

Fuoro

Day 5 – Pompeii

An ancient Roman city struck by tragedy in AD79., as Mount Vesuvius erupted and cloaked its inhabitants in volcanic ash - the City of Pompeii has become one of the worlds most visited tourist attractions. Thanks to the area’s dry climate, much of the city and its relics have been preserved, offering the world a fascinating glimpse into their history and culture – unmissable for those who have an interest in the ancient world. 

Places of Interest 

Foro triangolare

Anfiteatro

Villa dei Misteri

Naples Archaeological Museum

Places to Eat 

Ristorante President

Il Principe

Ristorante Add'ù Mimì

Caupona Pompei

Day 6 – Naples 

The Capital city of the region of Campania, its name meaning ‘New City’ Ancient Greek, known for its wealth of history, culture, and of course, Pizza. Now a bustling metropolitan city, Naples is a fine blend of dense historical importance, peppered with remnants of its ancient beginnings. 

Places of Interest 

The Historic Centre 

Posillipo und Vomero 

Subterranean Naples 

Places to Eat 

Starita

La Masardona

Zero Zero Grano

Caseificio Marigliano

Day 7- Ischia 

Stretching 10km long and 7km wide, the Island of Ischia is the largest of islands that make up an archipelago named the Phlegrean Islands, found in the Bay of Naples, and what more, its volcanic. Boasting film worthy sights & nicknamed the Island of Youth’ for its variety of mineral rich volcanic muds, famed for their remedial properties, this truly is a visit not to be missed. 

Places of Interest 

La Casina Royale

Via Roma

Saint-Pierre beach

The Aragonese Castle

Places to Eat

L’Altra Mezzanotte

Trattoria Il Focolare

Aglio, Olio & Pomodoro

Coquille Ristorante Lounge Bar