Rich in culture, music, history, architecture and archaeological sites, this 6 Days Slow Food Tour of Campania will not disappoint you. You will taste Slow Food Presidia products, which are authentic, traditional foods and drinks at risk of being "extinct" and other local specialties.
Day 1 - Sant'Agata dei Due Golfi
Arrival at Sant'Agata dei Due Golfi and check into your hotel.
Here, you can indulge in a delectable welcome dinner with dishes dedicated to the typical produce of the Campania region, before the overnight stay.
Day 2 - Sant'Agata dei Due Golfi, Positano
After breakfast, tart your day with a Cooking Lesson to learn to prepare Pizza, the Italian specialty that has made Campania famous all over the world. After the preparation, you can enjoy a traditional lunch.
Depart to Positano; drive through the serene winding roads of Sorrento, passing by vast gardens and fruit groves with an abundance of grapes, lemons and figs growing by the side and overlooking the crystal clear waters below. Admire the sweeping roads around the cliffs, presenting panoramic views of the boundless sea and long coastline as you descent towards the quaint town of Positano.
Arrive in Positano. Feast your eyes upon the neat, whitewashed homes and balconies draped with bougainvillea that hangs onto the mountain rock. Spend your time at leisure: Wander around the shops and take a relaxing stroll down to the serene beach.
Day 3 - Capri
Join a tour of the magnificent Island of Capri today. You will join a walking tour across its tiny alleys, starting at the Port of Sorrento, where you'll meet your tour guide. You will travel by mini-coach to Anacapri, the village at the top of the island, before having a guided tour of its charming streets and some free time to visti Villa San Michele and Augustus Gardens, before returning to the Port and heading back to Sorrent.
Overnight at your hotel.
Day 4 - Naples or Pompeii, Gragnano
Depart for your day choosing betwee Naples and its main attractions: Dell'Ovo Castle, the Royal Palace, the Maschio Angioino and the Galleria Umberto. Lunch at Pizzeria Umberto. Spend the day at leisure around this charming city.
We recommend wandering around the robust streets of the famous Spaccanapoli part of town and some gourmand shopping. Drop by the Scaturchio patisserie and try some delicious traditional Neapolitan desserts such as the Ministeriale cake.
Or, choose to embark on an exciting trip towards Pompeii, the opulent Roman city buried beneath the rubble from the massive eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. If you want a local guide to enlighten you on the lifestyle of its ancient inhabitants, contact us for a quotation.
After this wonderful sights, continue your day in style with a stop in Gragnano with a guided visit to a local pasta factory, discovering a tradition that combines with art, history, patience and, of course, taste.
Head to your Hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 5 - The Amalfi Coast: Amalfi, Ravello, Scala, Vietri sul Mare
Depart for an amazing trip towards one of the most most beautiful places in the world, the famed Amalfi Coast. At Amalfi, visit the famous Cathedral and the Valle dei Mulini, where paper was manufactured during ancient times. Pop into Antica Pasticceria (Andrea Pansa) for a sampling of the fine local delights. Free time for lunch. After lunch, visit the Azienda Agricola Valle dei Mulini distillery and try some of the famous Limoncello and discover the techniques of its production. After which, we suggest heading towards to the picturesque town of Ravello, where some of the world's most famous composers like Verdi and Wagner composed their works.
Journey on to Scala, one of the oldest towns situated along the Amalfi Coast, before arriving at the beautiful Vietri sul mare, renowned for its pottery and ceramics. Check out the pottery shops and factories before heading back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 6 - Departure
Departure. After 6 days inmersed in the beauties of Campania, it is time to go back home.