US$2,779.00 pp
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Tour code: BSINN3

Tour Inclusions

Enchanting Southern Italy

  • 8 days
  • Italy
  • Max 18 Passengers


Southern Italy beguiles every sense. On this enchanting journey we’ll step back in time to the days of the Roman Empire in the historic Bay of Naples, explore the pastel-hued cliffside villages of the Amalfi Coast, tour cascading Victorian-inspired gardens and revel in the opulence of the Italian Baroque period. All the while savouring exquisite regional delicacies and gaining a unique insight into local cultures and centuries-old traditions of the Mezzogiorno.
BSINN3 Enchanting Southern Italy tour map for 2023.
  • Tour Starts/Ends
  • 1 Overnight Stop
  • Day Stop

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the exquisite 18th-century Royal Palace of Caserta
  • Visit a lemon grove near sleepy Minori and indulge in a zesty tasting spread
  • Spend a day exploring the breath-taking and idyllic island of Capri

Tour Itinerary

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  • Day 1 - Naples (Italy)

    A hub of intoxicating culture and historic masterpieces – we’ll meet the group in the electric city of Naples. Our included dinner tonight is a chance to get to know each other better – and sample some sumptuous Italian cuisine. Here’s to an incredible journey ahead! Accommodation: Art Resort Galleria Umberto (or similar)

    • Meals
      • Dinner
  • Day 2 - Naples – Pompeii – Paestum

  • Day 3 - Paestum – Minori

  • Day 4 - Minori – Ravello and Tramonti – Minori

  • Day 5 - Minori – Amalfi and Positano – Minori

  • Day 6 - Minori – Capri – Minori

  • Day 7 - Minori – Maiori, Cetara and Vietri sul Mare – Minori

  • Day 8 - Minori – Palace of Caserta and Sant’Agata de’ Goti – Naples

Tour Inclusions


- 7 nights in hand-picked accommodation

The Crew

- Experienced Tour Leader and Driver


- Premium mini-coach transportation


Reviews Rating
  • 23rd July 2019
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    Yes I would go with Back Roads again. Our guide was wonderful, she went above and beyond for us. She was one of the gang in the end.
  • 21st July 2019
    Review rating
    Visiting not just the popular tourist sites but going to different places, off the beaten track and meeting people who are passionate about their region or products and services they provide. The smaller group is more intimate and more relaxed, there is a better interaction with the leader and locals. To not be moving to new accommodation every day and not having ridiculously early starts was a bonus!