Discover the island of Capri on board of a typical "gozzo" with an experienced and friendly crew on board. You will visit the most famous caves, pass through the Faraglioni sea stacks, and discover all the hidden gems of Capri. Swim and snorkel in the most beautiful inlets and, with a stop on the island, enjoy some shopping in the famous Piazzetta or reach the summit of Mount Solaro with the chairlift.

8 hours


Small Group
Max 12 people

Meeting point
Port of Salerno

Start time

If you are staying in Salerno for your summer holidays, you cannot miss this tour to the most beloved island in the world: Capri. On board of a typical “gozzo” with a small group and an amazing crew, you will depart directly from the port of Salerno, stop for swim at the private islands Li Galli and tour all around the island of Capri to discover it from the sea perspective. In addition, with a stop of 3 hours you will have the chance to visit the island by land. Join this tour and create the most beautiful memories.

Tour program of the boat trip to Capri from Salerno:

  • Meeting point at 9:15am at Molo Manfredi in the Port of Salerno and boarding on a typical “gozzo”, with welcome prosecco toast.
  • Departure to Capri, sailing along the Amalfi Coast. The first stop will be at the private islands Li Galli, for an unforgettable swim in the turquoise waters of the islands.
  • Arrival to Capri and tour of the island by boat with stops to visit the Marvellous Grotto, the White Grotto, the Green Grotto; along the way you will admire the Natural Arch, the Villa Curzio Malaparte, the Faraglioni rocks and the Lighthouse of Punta Carena.
  • There will be another stop for swimming and snorkeling near the iconic Faraglioni sea stacks, and a relaxing break with sandwich, fruit and drinks offered on board.
  • Stop of 3 hours to visit the island by land in complete autonomy.
  • Departure from Capri to Salerno with final surprise of the crew and last swimming stop in the marine protected area of “Punta Campanella”.
  • Return to the port of Salerno scheduled around 6:00pm.
*The stop to the Blue Grotto is not included in the itinerary of this tour due to the long waiting time. All the guests interested to visit the Blue Grotto can do it during the free time on the island.
**This experience requires a minimum number of 6 travellers. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund.

The price includes: Professional skipper and English speaking assistant – Snack (Caprese sandwich with tomatoes and mozzarella) –  Dry snacks – Fruit – 2 drinks per person (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) – Welcome prosecco toast – Beach towels.

The price does not include: Hotel pick-up and drop-off.

Do not forget: Swimsuit – Snorkeling equipment – Sunscreen – Sun hat – Camera.

Maximum: 12 people on board.

To know more about your boat trip...

Seen from above it looks like a dolphin, in reality Li Galli is a small archipelago formed by three islets that overlook between Capri and Positano. It is currently privately owned and can therefore only be visited by invitation, but the less fortunate can admire it from afar by boat. The archipelago consists of the Gallo Lungo (which is the largest island), the Rotonda and the Castelluccia. The whole area is part of the marine protected area of Punta Campanella. It is also known as the Sireneuse because according to legend it was once inhabited by mermaids, who enchanted the sailors in transit with their songs. Always according to mythology only two ships were able not to sink against the rocks: that of Ulysses whose story is told in the Odyssey of Homer and that of the Argonauts who saved themselves thanks to Orpheus. It is also said that the name Li Galli derives from the iconography of the sirens, that, in archaic greek art, are not half woman and half fish but rather half woman and half bird. The archipelago was discovered in the 1920s by Russian dancer and choreographer Massine. At that time Li Galli was covered by Roman ruins and was uninhabited and he made a villa there thanks to the architect Le Corbusier who also built a theatre. On his death, Li Galli was bought by a Russian dancer, Rudolf Nureyev, who had the dream of creating a dance school. His premature death prevented him to realize this dream and in 1988 the island remained uninhabited again. Now it is owned by an entrepreneur from Sorrento, who rents the residences on the island for private parties or receptions.


Il meeting point in Salerno is at Molo Manfredi (which is after the Maritime Station on the Elidiport docks) at 09:15. Upon confirmation of your reservation we will send you a detailed map with the exact place.

Small group Li Galli Islands and Capri boat tour from Salerno

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  • Guaranteed on fixed days
  • Small groups of maximum 12 people
  • Professional skipper and English speaking assistant on board
  • Welcome prosecco toast
  • Sandwich, fruit and drinks included