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Stephanie Murray, Senior Short Break Specialist

"Be prepared to be swept away by stunning scenery and memorable landscapes in the unique beauty that is the Neapolitan Riviera. Visit the town of Ravello, situated 350 meters above sea level, for a fantastic coastline view as well as historic villas and gardens to explore, or enjoy the cuisine of Minori, known as the “City of Taste”, famous for its pasta and various speciality liqueurs, as well as its ancient Roman architecture."

The Neapolitan Riviera at a Glance

Breathtaking coastline, quaint villages that cling to the side of cliffs, cosmopolitan towns with swanky boutiques, wonderful hotels and exquisite cuisine - welcome to the Neapolitan Riviera. Whether you are looking for a single resort or a multi-centre holiday in this region, give us a call for a tailor-made quote.


Between Naples and Sorrento, the ancient ruins of Pompeii is a must for visitors to the region. Engulfed by Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a fascinating time capsule.


The Amalfi coast is a mixture of history and nature, with lots to discover: the villas in Ravello and the Cathedral of Amalfi are two of the highlights - it’s a fascinating place to explore.


Long ago the ancient Romans realised that this small island (it’s only 10km2) was a wonderful and unique place to relax and the same is true today. We recommend taking a boat trip round the Island, as you haven't seen Capri until you've seen it from the sea and discovered its magical sea caves and secluded beaches.


The largest island in the bay of Naples, Ischia is considered by many to be the most beautiful (though Capri is considerably more famous). Tourists flock to the island for its volcanic thermal spas as well as its beaches and food.


With its extraordinary landscape and inspiring coastal beauty, located adjacent to the Bay of Naples, Sorrento is sure to wow any visitor. This coastal town is filled with colourful marinas, bustling cafe-lined streets and intriguing alleyways in its historic centre. 

Get your tailor-made short break itinerary

Osprey Holidays can create a fabulous short break to the Neapolitan Riviera designed completely around your needs. We can arrange whatever you need, including:

  • All travel and transfers on days of your choice
  • Accommodation from our handpicked range of Neapolitan Riviera hotels, to suit your budget and requirements

Our award-winning team can provide expert advice and recommendations, from general questions to tiny details. Contact us now for your tailor-made itinerary.

Important information
Languages Italian
Currency Euro
Visa Information No visa required for UK citizens
Average temperatures

(monthly highs °C)

Distance from airports
Naples International
Railway stations
Naples Central Station

Excursions from Sorrento 

Amalfi Coast Experience

Travel along the beautiful Amalfi Coast with stops to admire the stunning scenery and free time to explore the local villages; such as Amalfi with its traditional Mediterranean architecture, colourful Positano and Ravello, where you will find unparalleled views to Minori and Maiori. You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide and the small group size ensures a more personal experience. 

Capri Day Cruise

Set off from Sorrento in your traditional wooden boat, along the Gulf of Naples, to the island of Capri. Spend the day discovering caves and grottos, swimming and snorkeling, and see the iconic Faraglioni rocks. You will have several hours’ free time on Capri to explore the sights, such as Villa San Michele and the Gardens of Augustus, or perhaps just enjoy a drink and bite to eat while relaxing in the main square. Passenger numbers limited to 12.

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

Preserved under layers of volcanic ash after the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, the wealthy Roman city of Pompeii became one of the world’s most important archeological sites. During your visit you will see some of the main features of the site, including the Temple of Jupiter, the Public Baths and the Macellum. After free time for lunch you will be taken to Mount Vesuvius to walk the rim and learn about the history of the crater.

We would be happy to arrange an excursion for you. To discuss options with a member of our knowledgeable team or to book, please contact us on 0131 243 8098.