3-Day Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi Coast Camping Holiday from Rome - 3 Days

3-Day Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi Coast Camping Holiday from Rome

In just 3 days we will take you to the wonderful places where history, culture, beauty and good food of Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi Coast. The experience will begin in your hotel, residence or airport in Rome where a driver will welcome you on board of a luxurious and comfortable car or minivan. Only 2 step away from paradise we will stop at the spectacular city of Pompeii with its ruins will make you jump in the past, at the end we will visit a historic farm where you can visit the ancient vineyards of the ancient Romans who continue to produce the same wine for over two thousand years and that you can taste together with a delicious and gourmet menu!


  • Marvel at Pompeii
  • Take boat trip to the Isle of Capri
  • Wander the serene streets of Ravello and Amalfi
  • Take a drive along the Amalfi Coast road
  • Eat regional food from Sorrento

3-Day Sorrento, Capri, and Amalfi Coast Camping Holiday from Rome

The ultimate camping holiday in Italy. Boat trip to Capri, and visit to Pompeii included. Stay at Camping Village Santa Fortunata.

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Day 1: Rome – Pompeii – Sorrento

Be excited, as we set off through the lush Italian countryside, your adventure begins! The site of Pompeii, famous for the devastation Vesuvius rained down on the city and its citizenship in the 1st century AD, is our first stop this afternoon. Your local guide will show you all the highlights of this monumental location, with some extremely well preserved objects and insights into life during the Pax Romana. Try an authentic wood-fired Margherita pizza or a soothing Granita once you’ve worked up an appetite. Then, with about an hour to relax by the pool and check out the amenities, we leave for Sorrento to check in at the campsite.

Pompeii Walking - with Guide from Pompeii

We will make our way into the city later for a quick orientation walk. This evening, those joining us for the Italian feast will meet with the local guide to chow down on a delicious pasta, meat and dessert meal. Then we go out to a cocktail bar in the garden to take in the vibes of Sorrento at night.

Day 2: Sorrento – Isle of Capri – Sorrento

Up, at em ‘! We will make our way to the beach campsite this morning to board a vessel on the island of Capri. After a short yet breathtakingly scenic skip across the Tyrrhenian Sea, the many stunning formations that dot the landscape and coastline of Capri will welcome us. Before docking at Marina Grande under the stony gaze of Monte Solaro, we will have a guided tour of the island by cruise, where all the best sights will be highlighted. To enjoy as you please, the rest of the day is yours.

For those wishing to see Capri from the Solaro summit, there are chairlifts available. The famous Blue Grotto can also be toured by sea. A highlight of your trip will be this shimmering sea cave and former underwater shrine! If your style is to soak in the sun and waves, enjoy a day on one of the many beautiful beaches in Capri. In the late afternoon, we tell adio, and go back to camp by ferry.

Day 3: Sorrento – Amalfi Coast – Ravello – Rome

Rise and shine, we have an early beginning today as we make our way to Rome! As we drive along the Amalfi Coast, we enjoy the spectacular views, including scenic land formations, celebrity residences, and labyrinthian one-way streets. Before arriving at Amalfi Town for a tour, we’ll pause for refreshments at a fruit stand overlooking the village of Positano. Local pastries, gelato and delectable arancini are sampled. Wander around and check out Chiostro del Paradiso ‘s ancient burial grounds with its intricate architecture, the famous Amalfi Cathedral, and the fabulous beaches of Amalfi. We then take a short ride to the last town of Ravello, nestled in the clifftops high above the Amalfi Coast.
Small Group Capri full day 8 Positano Capri hours

Enjoy a little lunch and a beautiful view of Salerno Bay. Then we make our way back to Camping Village Roma, where in the early evening we will arrive and say our goodbyes. Again, we hope to see you! The next stop is Florence via Orvieto and Siena if you’re continuing your journey on our Hop-on Hop-off network!

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