Discover the amazing Amalfi coast with the best two wheels ride of your life! Take a full-day guided Vespa tour of the Amalfi coast and Sorrento with a number of stops along the route to enjoy the area’s scenic beauty and attractionsIf you want to travel slowly while discovering small villages and towns, observing nature and experiencing the most hidden spots, a Vespa is the way to go. This tours through the beautiful landscapes of Campania have been projected for everybody, but mainly for people loving adventure, motivated in discovering uncharted territories in an unusually way.
The drivers (one each traveler) with their Vespas will pick up you at your Hotel, accommodation, or any other agreed meeting place in Sorrento or Amalfi Coast. One of the drivers is a licensed tour guide and he’ll give you explanations about the monuments and sites that you will see along the route. At the end of the day you will be dropped off at your accommodation.You'll go around at maximum speed of 40 KM/H in total safety, sitting behind our experienced drivers. You'll discover:Sorrento offers tourists a charming taste of Italy. The cliff top town is a picturesque place to pass a nice holiday. Sorrento wears its history on its sleeve, hosting on its shores a number of different domains, whose wealthy saw the area as a perfect seaside playground. Roman emperors built vacation homes here, and the attractiveness carried since the 18th century when Europe's literati came here on their Grand Tours. Today, Sorrento continues to be a popular tourist destination. You must do a day trips to Sorrento's most famous neighbourhoods. Positano is a small picturesque town with marvelous coastal views. It ‘s a “vertical” village, houses are organized as a colored cascade along the hills. They are built on the rocks and look towards the blue sea, the narrow streets are made of loads of little steps leading from everywhere to everywhere straight. Small houses, a magic atmosphere, beaches, the friendliness of the inhabitants, give a great charm of this village. Tourists do love this village. In front of the coast there are three small islands called “Li Galli” or “Sirenuse”; according to a legend mermaids lived there.Amalfi ‘s origin dates back to the first century A.C. when the Romans built luxurious villas in this area. In the middle age Amalfi became advanced and well-developed communities, owned a powerful fleet of ships, and became one of the five Italian Maritime Republics.