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An unforgettable experience at sunset: the scent of the sea and the sweet rustle of the waves will give you an intense moment of relaxation in the magic location of the natural basin of an ancient Roman Villa.
A romantic and evocative tour with a unique show as a background: the magic summer sunset. A confortable and nice boat, swimming nearby an ancient roman villa, an happy hour and good background music. You wish it could never end, but once you will be back a delicious dinner in a typical restaurant will be waiting for you, with local dishes and sea flavors.
The price includes: Pick-up to / from the port – Swimming at sunset inside the ancient Roman Villa – Happy Hour – Appetizers – Equipment for snorkeling – Dinner at restaurant (water and wine included).
Do not forget: swimsuit – beach towel – camera – jacket for the evening – passport.
Maximum: 12 people on board.
Sorrento has always been a sought-after destination for exclusive tourism. There is a particular place, which testifies how much the peninsula since antiquity was chosen as a holiday destination: the Baths of Queen Giovanna, a fascinating uncontaminated basin, worthy of a queen. It is a cliff located at the head of Sorrento, as well as one of the most important archaeological sites of the Sorrento peninsula. An enchanting place, where nature, sea and past blend together. The name, according to legend, is due to Queen Giovanna D’Angiò, sovereign of Naples. It is a real natural pool surrounded by the cliff. The water is emerald-coloured and a natural arch makes you see the open sea from which it remains protected. It is said that the Queen was vacationing in this area between 1371 and 1435 and that she took baths with her young lovers in this place because the natural shape of the basin surrounded by rocks kept her away from prying eyes. The Baths of Queen Giovanna are a treasure trove of history and host the remains of an ancient Roman villa, whose name was “Villa Pollio Felice”, which stood right on the promontory of the head of Sorrento. Today, of this structure dating back to the 1st century BC and reachable both from land and sea, only the ruins remain.