Do not lose the chance to swim and enjoy a drink at sunset while looking out from the boat at the remains of the ancient Roman Villa Pollio Felice. On the promontory of Capo di Sorrento stands the ruins of a majestic seaside villa of the Roman I century B.C, nowadays better known as "The Regina Giovanna baths", occupying an area of two acres, whose architecture blends with the beauty of the landscape. The villa was reached by both land and sea and the resident activities, quoted in numerous works of Strabo, Pliny and Horace included fishing for crustaceans and molluscs growing lemons and producing oil and wine. Board your boat towards Punta del Capo along the Sorrento Peninsula where you’ll stop in front of Villa Pollio Felice to have some free time to swim and enjoy an aperitif and a snack at sunset.
Please note: The skipper is your guide. Don’t forget your camera, flip flops, swimwear and towels. Maximum 12 people on board. All boats are equipped with wi-fi, stereo, first aid kit and legal insurance.
-Pick up from your hotel or dedicated meeting point
-Travel by car/mini-van with air conditioning to reach Massa Lubrense port (the journey takes approx. 15 min)
-Board the boat and start sailing towards the Regina Giovanna baths
-Stop to swim and enjoy the aperitif at sunset
-Sailing along the Sorrento Peninsula back to Massa Lubrense port
-Finishing at approx. 09.00 pm