Discover the Divine Amalfi Coast with us

We will take you to the most beautiful coast in the world! The Amalfi Coast, UNESCO world heritage since 1997, is famous for its wild beauty and crystal clear waters, breathing in synergy with the inhabitants of these places: sailors, fishermen, artists and poets.

Suspended in an enchanted scenery, it will give you breathtaking views from “Terraces of Infinity” and will inebriate you with its vibrant colours: lemon yellows, bouganville purples, emerald grottos hidden behind stretches of cobalt blue sea. The “Divine Coast”, with its twelve municipalities, is also history , archaeology, art, architecture and trekking paths of extreme beauty.

Come and discover it in the most simple way, avoiding long queues in the car and problems with parking and timing.  Travelmar’s fast ferries will accompany you through the most famous spots. From the tourist harbours of Positano, Amalfi, Minori, Maiori, Cetara and Salerno, it will be easy to move around and discover the most beautiful and characteristic itineraries and thanks to our multi-leg tickets you will be able to plan your trip ahead.

 


Positano is considered the "Pearl of the Amalfi Coast" and you cannot visit this fantastic coast without dedicating a day to discover this fascinating and characteristic small town, certainly one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the world.

Famous all over the world both for the vestiges of important history both for the unique panoramas, the crystal clear sea and its culinary delicacies, Amalfi really has a lot to offer to the many tourists who visit it every time of the year and especially in the summer.

Located in the centre of the Amalfi Coast, Minori, an inlet between Capo d'Orso and Conca dei Marini, is nicknamed "the narcissus of the Amalfi Coast" for the particularity of its territory and fertility of its land.

The beautiful town of Maiori is located in the heart of the Amalfi Coast, just 5 km from Amalfi.

It was founded in Roman times. The first inhabitants who settled here were probably of Etruscan origins. They gave the city its original name of Reghinna Major

Those who arrive in Cetara have the impression of taking a dip in the past, because the charm that you sense in this seaside village at the foot of Mount Falerio, protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is truly priceless.

Salerno is a lively port city that has been able to renew and improve over the years, giving life to a proper urban revolution that changed the face of the city and made it an important hub for connection with Naples, Rome and all the most famous places on the Amalfi Coast.