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Explore Naples by Boat - Small Group Tour

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  • 3.5 hr

Explore the Gulf of Naples with historical environmental explanation of the city, snorkeling and bathing in the splendid waters of the gulf. We will go to the discovery of wonderful places like Castel dell'ovo, the hill of Posillipo and the marine protected area Gaiola. We will visit the marvelous Villa Lauro in snorkeling, arriving in a splendid private beach with a naturally sparkling drinkable mineral water spring, as well as gardens and a breathtaking panorama. Starting from Mergellina, have a look to Castel dell'Ovo by sea and reach the Underwater Park of Gaiola, take a bath in Posillipo and then go to visit villa rosbery and Villa Lauro in snorkeling. On the way back home you meet Donn'Anna building and return to the harbor. It is important to meet 20 minutes before the tour starts for logistical reasons. The excursion can be canceled up to 1 hour before due to marine weather conditions

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Lungomare Caracciolo

Meeting point between the American Embassy and Hydrofoil Pier. It is recommended to reach the meeting point 30 minutes before the start of the tour

Pass By: Castel dell'Ovo

Have a wonderful view of the most famous castle of Naples by sea

Pass By: Parco Sommerso di Gaiola - Area Marina Protetta

Swimming near the Underwater Park of Gaiola, a protected marine reserve

Pass By: Palazzo donn'Anna

It sits prominently at water's edge at the beginning of the Posillipo coast, just west of the Mergellina boat harbor. The building is on the site of the so-called "Rocks of the Siren" and, indeed, was originally called La Villa Sirena

Pass By: Villa Rosebery Residenza del Presidente della Repubblica

The Villa Rosebery is one of the three official residences of the President of the Italian Republic

Pass By: Villa Rocca Matilde

The present villa, with its faux-crenelated towers, was built atop a prior 17th-century palace first erected by Orazio d'Acunto. It is also known as Villa Lauro