Our ToursSaying that we want to excite is the real strength of our mission. A square, a street, a simple Neapolitan alley, told by our guides, come back to life as if by magic through stories, anecdotes and legends. Sailing, sailing in such a fantastic setting, like that of the gulf, accompanied by our skippers, to spend unforgettable moments that will remain etched in your heart forever. Taking part in one of our guided excursions is like living a complete and unique experience: tuning in to a place, listening to its history, fully immersing yourself in its culture, will make you feel like a real traveler and not just a tourist. For your congresses, conferences and business meetings, you can find with us the way to complete a business trip with cultural and fun moments to get to know the area and its popular traditions.
Pompeii is the thrill of a journey through time, traveling along the original streets of the ancient Roman town; and then a visit to an ancient cellar in the Vesuvian area to taste a good wine, the nectar of the gods.
The Neapolitan pizza, with a soft and thin dough, but with high edges, is the version of the round pizza prepared in the city of Naples.
An art handed down for hundreds of years and declared intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO.
Pizzaiolo for a day, a unique experience that only in the city of pizza you can live.
Wine, the nectar of the gods. That of Vesuvius, already known by the Romans and loved by the god Bacchus, depicted in Pompeii on the slopes of the volcano, covered with grapes. The Coda di Volpe, Piedirosso, and Aglianico varieties are just some of those that compete for the realization of the famous Lacryma Christi, white and red.
A Campania tradition that dates back to ancient times.
Pizzaiolo for a day, a unique experience that you can fully experience only in the territory of origin of the pizza.
The Neapolitan pizza, with a soft and thin dough, but with high edges, is the round version of the pizza, with the “made in Naples” brand. The art of the Neapolitan pizza maker, handed down for hundreds of years, was proclaimed by Unesco in 2017 an "indisputable cultural heritage" of humanity.