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Sailing Weekend in The Gulf of Naples

Boarding July, Friday 6th 04.00 pm
Outboarding July, Sunday 8th 06.00 pm


The cruise will begin boarding on Bavaria 41, a wonderful sailing boat equipped with 3 double cabins and 2 wc, with a length around 12,50 m. The boat will be sailing in the wonderful bay of Naples, between the Partenopean Islands: Ischia, Capri, Procida and Vivara. To the north of the gulf are situated Ischia, Procida and Vivara, looking toward the "Flegrea" coast (and "Flegree" is their name), while in the south of the gulf, opposite to the Sorrento peninsula, lays Capri. Ischia is the largest island with her 47 square kilometres, followed by Capri and Procida, that is linked to the small island of Vivara which is a wonderful natural reserve.

Suggested Itinerany

The biggest island in the Gulf of Naples is Ischia, one of the most famous seaside and tourist spa centres of Italy and the world. Just off the coast of Naples and Salerno, between Cape Miseno and Amalfi, a great rock soars like a dream lost in the cobalt blue sea that surrounds it.

The charming island of Procida lies like an undiscovered garden next to its vibrant sister islands Ischia and Capri. Procida is the smallest and oldest island in the Bay of Naples and is, like Ischia, of volcanic origin.

Capri is yearned for and exalted in some of the world's most famous lyric poetry. With its Faraglioni and its limestone cliffs rising sheer above the sea, with its white houses covered with bougainvillea, its picturesque lanes and its world famous "Piazzetta", Capri is a Mediterranean jewel to live and discover.

For info and details:

For reservation download the reservation form and fax or mail it to Effe Erre Congressi.

Sorrento Weekend

From July, Friday 6th
to July, Sunday 8th

If you prefer a free weekend in Sorrento, you can only book your hotel (please download the weekend reservation form).


Sorrento is a holiday resort inside the Gulf of Naples, along the Campania coast, which is famous all around the world. The whole town is worth visiting, starting from the centre, from Tasso Square where you can see the monument in honour of Torquato Tasso, who was born in Sorrento. Not far from there you can visit St Antonino's Basilica, in Baroque style. Another interesting building is the Cathedral in Italia Corso, that was founded in 1000 and was rebuilt in 1400, in Renaissance style. This cathedral is completed by an unusual bell tower of Byzantine influence. Do not forget to visit the Terranova Correale Museum, a 17th century villa with a wonderful garden, where you can find classic and medieval works of art, paintings of Neapolitan school and collections of minor guilds.

If you are looking for some nice ideas about tour in and out Sorrento, here is a list of services that effe erre congressi can arrange for you:

Our services on request

  • Sorrento walking tour (half day)
  • English guide
  • Transfer Naples/Sorrento/Naples
  • Excursion to Capri Island (Full day)

The above mentioned services are also listed on weekend reservation form.

We remind you that reservation for post congress weekend must arrive to Effe Erre Congressi within April 30th.

Sorrento Walking Tour – about 3 hours


Meeting with the guide in the lobby of the hotel and departure on foot to Sorrento. Walking to Sorrento centre we first stop to visit the Cathedral, built on the site of the ancient temple dedicated to Saints Philip and James, restored and extended in the XV century to become the archiepiscopal seat. Continuing to Via San Cesaeo we reach the Largo Dominova where we can admire the Bell-tower of the Cathedral, situated in a position not adjoining the church. Following thought the historical centre we reach the church of San Francesco and its cloister – impressive scenario of musical concerts and art exhibitions. Close to this church there are the Public Gardens with a splendid view of the Gulf of Naples. Leaving the Gardens, arriving at the panoramic Piazza della Vittoria we enter the hotel Bellevue Syrene – built on a cliff and decorated with frescoes and unique French, English and Italian antiques - to have the and biscuits on the terrace overlooking the sea. -Free time for shopping and walking back to the hotel.

Capri – Anacapri – full day


No holiday here in Sorrento would be complete without a trip to the evocative island of Capri. Meeting with English speaking guide in the lobby of the hotel and departure by minibuses to Sorrento harbour. Embarking on the hydrofoil to Capri. Sail across the bay of Naples for the start of an unforgettable day. First you will visit the fabulous villa of Dr. Axel Munthe, a Swedish doctor who's best selling book "Story of San Michele" tells of his time on Capri. His villa was built with the remains of Roman ruins, there is a beautiful shady garden with terraces offering splendid views of the island. You then go down to Capri town; in the main square Piazza Umberto I has a pretty white church and several open-air cafes where you can sit and watch the world drift by. Leading off the square are medieval looking alleyways and arcades full of shops selling the handicrafts of the island, clothing, jewellery made from coral and gold, shoes and ceramics. Admire the colourful gardens of Augustus overlooking the famed Faraglioni Rocks and Marina Piccola where Gracie Fields once lived. There is free time for you to go off and admire the elegant boutiques, stroll along the cobbled streets or simply relax on the beach. Return to Sorrento by hydrofoil and to the hotel by minibuses.

For info and details:

For reservation download the weekend reservation form and fax or mail it to Effe Erre Congressi.