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Mar Tirreno

Italia Tours en bicicleta y barco

Cicloturismo en Italia y la Costa Amalfitana: descubre Italia por mar y tierra, fascinante!

Este es un viaje por mar y tierra. Un viaje en bicicleta a través de la costa amalfitana y por el golfo de Nápoles, por Pompeya, Sorrento, Ravello y más.
Revivirás la tragedia de Pompeya cuando el monte Vesubio entró en erupción y enterró a miles bajo cenizas, y hoy las ruinas de Pompeya permanecen intactas para la eternidad...
Verás la majestuosidad de los jardines de Ravello que inspiraron a Wagner. Contemplarás la magnífica catedral y el Duomo en el borde del acantilado. Desde el pico de la montaña en Cimbrone verás lo que se conoce como la mejor vista del mundo. Una vista cuya leyenda cuenta que tentó al mismo Cristo.

Este es uno de los fascinantes viajes en bicicleta que ofrecemos en Italia. No te pierdas de ver otros tours en bici por Italia.

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Salidas de los tours

Deriya Deniz: Sábados desde el 30 de abril al 25 de junio y desde el 27 de agosto al 15 de octubre de 2016 (excepto el 3 de septiembre de 2016)

Caicco Mariagiovanna: 7 de mayo, 14 de mayo, 21 de mayo, 28 de mayo, 3 de septiembre, 10 de septiembre, 17 de septiembre y 24 de septiembre de 2016

 

Alojamiento

A bordo del barco turco gulet Derija Deniz.

Incluido

  • Alojamiento en camarote doble con baño privado
  • Todas las comidas (almuerzos de picnic)
  • Alquiler de bicicleta de 21 velocidades
  • Guía que habla inglés e italiano

Noincluido

  • Traslado de/hacia el puerto
  • Bebidas, incluyendo agua
  • Entradas (museos, parques, monumentos)
  • Cargos inesperados por amarres debido a condiciones climáticas adversas (aprox. €150 a repartir entre los pasajeros del tour)
  • Propinas
tourBici+Barco
TipoGuiado
DificultadModerado
Duración8 días
Desde1375 Precios
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Nível de dificultad

Tour de bicicleta y barco guiado moderado con distancias diarias en bicicleta de entre 30 a 40km aprox. El terreno es con subidas y cada día habrá cuestas que conquistar en caminos angostos con tránsito. La cuesta más alta es de 350 metros. Este tour requiere un buen estado físico.

Barcos de los tours

Itinerario

Mar Tirreno Map

Día 1: Arribo y embarque, Marina di Castellammare.
Día 2: Pompeya, 14 km
Día 3: Sorrento - Positano - Amalfi, 34 km
Día 4: Amalfi - Cetara o Salerno, 24 km, ruta alternativa: agregar Ravello, 35 km
Día 5: Capri
Día 6: Isla Isquia, 37 km
Día 7: Procida y Nápoles
Día 8: Partida

*Las distancias son aproximadas. El itinerario puede cambiar debido a cambios en el viento, del tiempo y cualquier otra circunstancia imprevista que tenga que ver con requisitos de anclaje, etc.

DÍA 1: Arribo y embarque en Marina di Castellammare
Embarque a las 6:00 p.m. en la Marina di Castellammare di Stabia. Bebida y cena de bienvenida y presentación del programa.

DÍA 2: Pompeya, 14 km
Iniciarás el viaje en bici hacia Pompeya, la ciudad olvidada. En el 79 A.D., el monte Vesubio entró en erupción y Pompeya desapareció de la faz de la tierra. La hierba y la viña cubrió el terreno donde se encontraban las ciudades. Los locales mismo olvidaron que esas ciudades alguna vez existieron. En 1748 Pompeya fue redescubierta. Bajo las cenizas, todo permaneció como estaba al momento de la erupción que terminó con la vida de 20.000 residentes de Pompeya. Dos mil habitantes que no escaparon fueron preservados de una forma interesante así como los edificios y obras de arte, que nos dice mucho sobre los últimos momentos de la ciudad y sus habitantes. Retorno al barco, navegas hacia Sorrento para pasar allí la noche.

DÍA 3: Sorrento - Positano - Amalfi, 34 km
Por la mañana, visitarás Sorrento. La pequeña ciudad se asoma a empinados acantilados ofreciendo una vista fantástica sobre la bahía de Nápoles. Durante 2.000 años, visitantes de todo el mundo se han dado cita en Sorrento por sus impresionantes atardeceres y fragancias de jardines de naranja y limón. El recorrido en bici pasa por una bellísima ruta que mira al mar hacia Positano. Adorarás las construcciones de colores vibrantes, los blancos muy blancos y las flores brillantes decorando las casas. Luego continuarás en bici hacia Amalfi.

DÍA 4: Amalfi - Cetara o Salerno, 22 km, ruta alternativa: agregar Ravello, 33 km
Luego de Amalfi, continuarás el tour en bici por Italia a lo largo de la costa en un camino con vistas panorámicas sobre el océano. Te encontrarás con algunas subidas y bajadas, pasando por Minori, Maiori y Cetara. Si quieres ir por una ruta alternativa puedes ir en bici a Ravello. Una antigua leyenda cuenta que Satán llevó a Jesús durante su segunda tentación para mostrarle la belleza de los reinos del mundo, siendo este lugar Ravello y la maravillosa costa amalfitana.En la cima de la montaña hay una terraza llamada "la Terraza al infinito". Continuarás a lo largo de la costa por Vietri hacia Salerno donde abordarás el barco para pasar la noche.

DÍA 5: Capri
Iniciarás tu día en barco hacia la maravillosa isla de Capri con la posibilidad de nadar a lo largo durante el trayecto y también de admirar la costa amalfitana desde el mar. La Grota Azurra está aquí, conocida en el mundo por su tamaño, los intensos tonos de azul en su interior y la mágica luz plateada que emana de los objetos inmersos en sus aguas. Retornarás al barco y navegarás alrededor de la isla para llegar al famoso 'faraglioni', que son tres grandes bloques de rocas que sobrevivieron a desprendimientos de tierras de la costa, erosión marina y corrosión atmosférica.

DÍA 6: Procida e Isquia: 37 km
El barco te llevará a la isla Procida, donde pasearás en bici y luego irás en barco hacia la isla volcánica de Isquia, donde explorarás la parte oriental de la isla, pasando por pequeños pueblos y visitando museos. El día termina en Sant'Angelo, en la costa sur de Isquia, con casas y hoteles apilados sobre la ladera mirando al océano. La gran bahía se extiende hacia el este desde Sant'Angelo y es una de las playas más populares de la isla y cercana a aguas termales a las que se puede llegar a pie.

DÍA 7: Nápoles
Desde Isquia, navegas hacia Procida. Allí puedes pasear a pie por la ciudad y por la abadía San Michele. Continúas a Nápoles donde desembarcas y podrás visitar la ciudad. Por Spaccanapoli, el viejo barrio y corazón de Italia, denso, oscuro e intoxicante, sus antiguas calles griegas con turistas, motos y tesoros escondidos y secretos. Verás arquitectura barroca, calles angostas, el teatro San Carlo y la plaza del Plebiscito. Por la tarde embarcas nuevamente y regresas a la Marina di Castellammare di Stabia.

DÍA 8: Partida
Fin del viaje en bici por Italia después del desayuno.

*Se tomarán como válidos los detalles y descripciones de las rutas de los viajes a los que están circunscriptos en las páginas en inglés

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Comentarios de viajeros

  • T. Petersen 2 months ago

    Loved our guide, the food quality and variety was the only disappointment.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • W. Watkins 3 months ago

    We had the time of our life and look forward to our next bike and boat tour. Thanks so much for everything!

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • M. Hunt 4 months ago

    We had a long line of riders of various abilities even though it was basically a flat ride. There should have been an official sweeper at the end of the line. Our guide was a great guy but seemingly casual in this regard. Toilets on the boat needed continual tweaking - a bit unnerving. Loved the crew- all hard working, super upbeat and friendly.

  • E. Greer 4 months ago

    Everything did not go perfectly all the time but we had a great time and the guys from Girolibero were always doing their best to help out when needed.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Jane Boyers 10 months ago

    Our trip was for very good/strong bikers unless you got the electric bike which was great! The scenery was spectacular along the Amalfi coast!

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Lee Beamish 10 months ago

    Alex was amazing. She was so informative, hard-working and enjoyable to be around. The staff on our boat were excellent as well.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Marilyn McDowell 10 months ago

    The Amalfi coast section of biking was along the main roads driven by large local buses and the other tourist traffic was very heavy - although the drivers were not mean or aggressive, it was very unnerving to be biking on such busy roads. The guide seemed to be surprised that the traffic was still so heavy the 2nd week of September.

    The boat anchored in Amalfi on the 3rd night, in an unprotected harbor - the boat rocked and banged all night long, no one including the crew was able to sleep, and apparently this was not an uncommon experience when in the Amalfi harbor.

    On day 4, after an extremely hot day of biking we reached the boat in Cetara. For some reason, the boat was anchored along side the sister boat, not next to the pier. The crew made us wait in the hot sun until the bikes were hoisted on to the sister boat, then situated the bikes on our boat before allowing us to get on our boat to shower or get something to drink. AND since we were not next to the pier, to get from the sister boat to our boat the crew had us step up on the railing of the sister boat then step on the railing of our boat then down to the deck. Although they were assisting us, it was definitely an accident waiting to happen and totally unnecessary. On our Croatian trip in the Dalmation Islands, this type of parallel boat anchoring was common, but the boats utilized the openings in the railings to allow us to walk through the boats...

    The captain fell and injured himself during this bike hoisting situation, and was certainly in pain when we finally got on the boat, but he was very rude to another passenger who commented about the inappropriateness of loading the bikes first and the ""rail balancing"" access to the boat.

    Capri was a crowded disappointment, not worth the stop. Naples was also not worth the stop, large, dirty, crowded, the walking tour was not very interesting. On the positive side the Amalfi coast was absolutely beautiful and we really enjoyed the islands of Ischia and Procida with their quiet roads and small peaceful little towns.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Frank McDowell 10 months ago

    "The ""recommend this trip (Tyhrennian Sea)"" question is a difficult question to answer. Scenery is great. Pompeii great. Guide good. Some passengers had issues with the Capt. At the end of our third day out we were secured to our sister boat in such a way that we had to walk across the railings (not on deck) to transfer to our vessel. It was unsafe, and honestly, uncomfortable for the women. When a few of our female passengers shared their opinion with the Capt he dismissed their concerns. In fairness, he had slipped and broken several ribs while handling bikes and was probably not in the best mood. When we finished biking on this same day (very hot) the crew/guide made all of us wait while they loaded the bikes. We all thought that was odd. They did not offer an explanation. The scenery was very good, guide was a nice guy and very knowledgeable. The crew was mixed. Cook & first mate great. Barista not so much. Capt....I don't know. After his accident he left to recover. Forgot about our second night. The harbor was unprotected from the prevailing wind direction and we rocked on 2-3 waves all night. No one slept-crew included. I told Marilyn if we encounter another night like that I was getting a room. It was miserable. The rest of the anchorages were fine. After writing this I changed my survey answer from Yes to No. I would send them to Metz if they want easy biking and Croatia for difficult.

    On the plus side...The Metz (Merlijn 2013) & So Dalmatia tours (San Snova 2015) was excellent in every way. Crew, boat, scenery, guides. We'll return to Europe but events in Paris probably have many of us thinking about different options.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Brian 1 year ago

    As Jana said, Riccardo from Verde-Natura was the first bike guide we've had and he made things so much easier and enjoyable. He was constantly checking on all the riders and never seemed to mind going back downhill to check on slower riders. Everyone on the Deriya Deniz went to great pains to make sure each of us had what was needed - even supplying food for our picnic lunches. The last evening, we all got a wonderful surprise that was so much fun...but I'll not divulge their secret! The crew really was remarkable. For instance, we had an early morning flight from Naples to Palermo on the last morning of the trip. In order to get to the airport at the proper time, we had to wake at 4:30 am. Every single crew member plus Riccardo got up to see us off at 5:00 am making sure once again, we had what we needed or desired. I cannot imagine a better experience in this singularly beautiful location and highly recommend this trip!

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Jana 1 year ago

    Incredible! This was our sixth bike trip and our first guided bike and boat trip, and it wins the prize. Our Italian guide, Riccardo, was informative, kind, patient and always looking out for our safety, (He also knew the best places for gelato, gratina, pizza and of course, beautiful off the beaten path trails, parks and picnic spots.). The boat was gorgeous (immaculately clean) and our cabin much roomier than I anticipated. The captain was awesome (the epitome of the leader of the vessel, but also with a sense of humor); first mate truly did everything from helping unload bikes to driving us on the dinghy to shore; the chef prepared marvelous dinners, and Olga did everything else to ensure a great trip. Then, there is the biking! Wow! I have never had such exhilarating rides as on the Amalfi Coast. Words and photos simply cannot convey the majesty and overwhelming beauty. The other islands visited were also lovely. And, even though the water was cold, swimming off the boat while anchored at the Isle of Capri is a memory I will never forget. Our fellow travelers were from Switzerland, Germany, Phillipines and Canada and we so enjoyed their company. Thank you to our wonderful boat crew, Riccardo, our guide from VerdeNatura, and Mary from Tripsite for providing an adventure of a lifetime!

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Lindsay (from Canada) 1 year ago

    My dad and I did this trip together in May 2014 - we both love cycling and being outdoors! The views were breathtaking.. breakfasts on board were superb with tons of espresso. The extra uphill biking in Ischia with the guide - totally worth the views at the end! Plus we got to relax at the top with an ice cold bottle of peroni. Boat is the best way to travel, by far, but bring some earplug in case it's noisy at night!! Every night I fell asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow, from long days of biking and exploring. The crew on board was helpful and courteous - our guide was amazing and very knowledgeable (a Quebec native who now resides in Italy). We used TripAdvisor for tips on a good hotel to stay at to fly in & out of Naples (Napoli). It was an amazing experience, and I fell in love with the culture of Italy. I loved the country so much, we extended our trip and went to Rome and Florence on our own after the bike tour was done! I can't wait to do another bike tour.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

  • Kate 4 years ago

    My husband and I enjoyed this trip the first week of September 2011. The weather was hot but it was great to cool off swimming on the beach every day and jumping off the boat. There were gorgeous views of the coast from our bikes and the ride up to Ravello was worth it. We had a great guide and the crew on the boat was fun and very helpful - the evening meals cooked by the chef on board were very good and included lots of fresh fish. Sailing between the islands was definitely a highlight.

    Boat: Deriya Deniz

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