We embark by the Castel dell’Ovo, to sail along the coast to the village of Marechiaro, an intimate strip of land on Posillipo hill, overlooking a stretch of water so clear, you can’t imagine you are near a city. Gaiola, a protected marine area, and Marechiaro village reflect the soul of Naples: its coastline, which embraces the gulf that is particularly rich in flora and fauna, due to its morphology; the Roman ruins, which tell us about the luxurious idleness of Roman patricians; small votive statues, faithful protection for sailors; the noble Palazzi, which recall the splendor and folklore, the most impressive of them is the unfinished Palazzo Donn’Anna, a place shrouded in mystery of cruel love stories and ghosts. Our boat slowly floats up to a nice spot for you to take a dip in the warm, clear sea.
Boat price: starting from €120. The cost varies according to the type of boat and number of people
Sustainable Tourism: Yes – the tour is eco-friendly and promotes the philosophy of the slow tour and local traditions.