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7 days Rome to Naples

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The Italian Amalfi coastline is a yachting haven, offering a variety of exceptional anchorages, fabulous cuisine, coastal towns and picturesque fishing villages. This is a wonderful location to experience la dolce vita while on a yacht charter.

Entering into Civitavecchia by yacht is special. Rome needs no introduction, tradition, history and culture say it all. Dine in style amidst architecture of days gone by, marvel at the multitude of breath-taking sights and become immersed in the wonderful Italian lifestyle bursting with huge personality.

Steeped in history, the wide Gulf of Naples is a panoramic bay fringed by the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, where visitors can discover monuments, sweeping scenery and the classic Italian way of life. Achingly romantic with unique allure, the Amalfi Coast offers an idyllic location, with rugged peaks and clifftop palazzos providing a cinematic backdrop for cruising


  • Beautiful beaches
  • History and culture
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Culinary delights
  • Palaces
  • World class restaurants
  • Chic boutiques
  • Stunning views


Day One rome

Ancient Roman architecture

Impossible to appreciate in just one day, Rome offers an enormous amount to do and see. The Eternal City is deeply complex and vastly sprawling. However just capturing a few of the highlights on a sightseeing tour may be worth planning ahead. The Colosseum and Forum are amongst the most iconic attractions that can easily be viewed. If you throw coins in the Trevi Fountain you’ll be sure to return to explore the delights of Rome in the future. Alternatively coastal Rome has huge appeal with a range of beaches and waterfront entertainment available such as Anzio located slightly south.

Day Two ponza

waterfront homes

Clandestine and inviting, the rugged island of Ponza is a tranquil yachting haven where windless coves dot the coastline. This crescent shaped island rises from the water with rocky hills covered in verdant scrub and brightly coloured houses cluster in quaint towns. Casual restaurants deliver understated aperitifs and delicious fresh fare; this is a place to relish unmitigated Italian charm with laid-back simplicity. Take this opportunity to mess around on the water with THUMPER’s large array of water toys. After a fun-filled day, spend the evening enjoying an al fresco dinner in the company of your guests and watch the beautiful sunset.

Day Three ischia

Coastal peninsula from raised view

Volcanic Ischia is steeped in ancient mythology and famed for its hot thermal springs. The interior boasts lush semi-tropical vegetation with a fascinating mix of vineyards and quirky towns across the landscape. Visit designer boutiques along Via Roma, stroll through the gorgeous Mortella Gardens and relax in traffic-free Sant’Angelo.

Day Four capri

Small in size, but huge in personality – the exclusive island of Capri is a buzzing, cosmopolitan hub. The playground of discerning Italian gentry, Capri has excellent hotels, restaurants and boutiques. Lively and colourful, whilst also offering spectacular scenery, experience the view from the sheer cliffs of Tiberius’s Leap and visit the natural marvel of the Blue Grotto. Do not miss the sunset at Capri – it is simply breath-taking.

Day Five amalfi

Buildings up the cliff edge

Make way to the cascading beauty of Amalfi and anchor off Nerano- maybe take lunch at Maria Grazia Restaurant - renowned for spaghetti with zucchini and the friendliness of the owners. Amalfi itself is gracefully picturesque, dotted with clusters of pastel buildings ambling up the hillside. At Cape Conca, the Emerald Grotto is one of Amalfi’s natural wonders. Emitting an eerie emerald hue emanating from its depths thanks to light refracting from an underwater crevice. Hidden coves and sandy bays abound – take time to enjoy the water and simply relaxing in this charming haven.

Day Six sorrento

Naples coastline

With spectacular views over the Bay of Naples, the historic seaside town of Sorrento is packed with picturesque charm. Wander at leisure through the labyrinth of intricate shopping lanes then head to the picturesque fishing quarter at Marina Grande where you can enjoy delicious fresh seafood for lunch on the waterfront. Close to the harbour, the small and sandy beach at Marina Piccola is a popular choice or slightly further south, Punto del Capo, is an attractive option. Adventurous visitors should not pass up a trip to the striking ruins of Vesuvius and Pompeii if time permits

Day Seven naples

Aerial view of the coastline in naples

Steeped in antiquity, Naples is filled with fascinating culture. The city centre is the largest area of protected history within Europe, spanning 27 centuries. The architecture, monuments and stories that surround this city are simply fascinating. Home of the margherita pizza, stop at one of the bustling restaurants to sample this local delight.

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