Campania & Amalfi


World-class wines and the freshest seafood, Michelin-star kitchens, pizza from its literal birthplace


Local winemakers, artists, chefs and experts who have honed their craft and want to share their passion


Iconic ancient ruins, head off the beaten path, and go deep in two of Italy's most beautiful regions

Why Campania & Amalfi

It’s hard to find another coastline in the world that's as iconic as the Amalfi. With colorful pastel homes speckling craggy mountain ranges, and overlooking clear blue seas, every vista is it’s own little paradise. Add that to Campania's countryside vineyards, wine and art history, charming scenic villages and you have the makings of an enviable Italian experience. This is a trip to be effortlessly enjoyed, and savored.

Moments That Matter

Connect with local artists and chefs, get schooled in pizza making and, of course, savor the wines of an often overshadowed region. You’ll meander through ancient villages, cruise and hike the glorious coastline, swim and relax, and dive deep into the region’s cuisine and centuries-old traditions like a local.

Your Private Experience

Who It’s For

From a romantic escape, to a group of wine enthusiasts, to people looking for a masterclass in regional Italian flavors, our trip is made to be savored by all.

When to Travel

May and September are ideal times to visit. April, June and early October still have pleasant weather and opportunities to avoid the mid-summer crush.

Make It Yours

Take extra time exploring the Amalfi coastline or Campania's wineries—or explore farther afield in Rome, Tuscany, Sicily, Piedmont, and beyond.

Day by Day

Spend more time along the Amalfi Coast or in Campania, or explore other Italian regions? The flow and focus of the trip are up to you. Here are our recommendations:

Days 1 - 2

Naples, Italy’s third-largest city, is just two hours south of Rome and set on the edge of one of Italy’s most beautiful bays. Dive right in at Naples’ oldest spot for street food, Pignasecca Market, followed with a walking tour of the city focused on the Royal Palace, Galleria Umberto, and the marvelous Bourbon Tunnel viaduct. End at a local artist’s studio, treated to a traditional Neapolitan feast prepared by your personal gourmet chef. Next day, the focus is on art and pizza. Start with a hands-on Neapolitan pizza class then take a journey through Naples accompanied by a local art expert. Spot street art collections, including signature Banksy graffiti.

  • Street food & market tour
  • Private tour of city highlights
  • Hands-on pizza making class
  • Naples street art tour
  • Private chef dinner

Day 3

Next stop: Pompeii, the ancient Roman city buried by mounds of volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Explore the mesmerizing archaeological site with a local archaeologist, before heading farther down the stunning Amalfi coastline. End the day’s journey in the seaside town of Amalfi. Then, hike the grounds of a beautiful family estate in nearby Positano, foraging for herbs to incorporate in an unforgettable meal—paired with local wines, of course.

  • VIP visit to Pompeii
  • Private transfer to Amalfi
  • Foraging hike and dinner in Positano

Day 4

Hiking the Amalfi’s craggy coastline along Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods), you realize the name doesn’t even do it justice: spectacular craggy coast, crystal blue waters, views that will stick with you forever. After a morning hike, it’s off to Positano to explore this incredible medieval Italian village, past colorful buildings seemingly stacked atop one another, brilliant blue and orange umbrellas polka-dotting the pebbly beach, and plenty of boutiques.

  • Hike along the Amalfi Coast
  • Explore Positano
  • Ferry ride back to Amalfi

Day 5

Take the ferry from Salerno and head into Irpinia in Campania, where winemaking has been going on since the 13th century BC. Campania is home to more than a hundred native grapes. This wine region rivals even well-known Tuscany for producing some of Italy’s most respected wines. You’ll be led through a taste of the best at family-run Feudi di San Gregorio. End the evening with a local meal in Telese Terme, your new home base.

  • Ferry from Salerno
  • Private tour of family-run vineyard
  • Dinner in Telese Terme

Day 6

Wend your way through the nearby village of Sant’Agata de’ Goti, then head to Cerreto Sannita to meet with local ceramicist Vincenzo Franco. Get a hands-on look at ceramics history, then try your hand. End the day with dinner at Locanda del Borgo, the Michelin-starred masterpiece that just happens to be connected to your hotel, over a four-course meal using some of the territory’s finest ingredients and gastronomical traditions.

  • Visit village of Sant’Agata de’ Goti
  • Meet with local ceramicist
  • Dinner at Michelin-starred Locanda del Borgo

Where We Sleep

Authentic, lovingly curated accommodations—relax and unwind along the spectacular coastline and feel like you’re part of the magical story of Amalfi and Campania.


Located in the historical center of Naples, a tranquil escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. Traditional details from stonework, elegant tile flooring and sweeping staircases complement all the modern necessities and comforts of an unforgettable stay.


It feels effortlessly appointed, light and airy, with just 27 rooms. Steps away from town and the beach, it’s perfectly situated in the heart of Amalfi. After a full day exploring, relax on the seafront terrace or enjoy fresh Mediterranean fare in their restaurant overflowing with greenery.

Telese Terme

Lovingly restored, this 18th-century hamlet is set within 60 acres of brilliant gardens and olive groves. It’s a true sanctuary—get pampered and unwind in this undiscovered Eden, with towering green spaces, cobblestone paths and all the modern comforts including its own Michelin-starred restaurant.

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  1. How many people is this itinerary suitable for?

    We can plan a custom, private departure for any group size. Our custom trips are perfect for a couple wishing to travel on their own, a family, or a multi-generational group. If you’re looking to travel on one of our group departures on a private basis, a minimum number of travelers may apply.

  2. Can you curate an itinerary for a larger group?

    Yes, we can craft an unforgettable milestone celebration or company retreat for groups as large as 40 or more.

  3. What makes a MO/AD experience different?

    Our level of curation, care, and in-country connections. We handle everything, overseeing your experience from beginning to end with the highest levels of ownership and responsibility. We support you every step of the way with comprehensive itineraries, detailed day-by-day descriptions, insider destination info, and 24/7 dedicated support.

  4. How far in advance should I plan my trip?

    Preferably six to nine months in advance and earlier for holiday travel. We stay in unique, in-demand boutique and luxury hotels where advance reservations are important to secure the best accommodations possible. We can help with last-minute travel planning, however availability may be limited.

  5. What is typically included?

    We curate your MO/AD Private Departure to ensure the experiences are authentic, immersive, and included in your trip price. Your itinerary typically includes accommodations, airport transfers, private transportation for all day trips and excursions, privately guided tours with local guides, exclusive VIP access and activities, and meals as detailed in your itinerary.

  6. How much will it cost?

    MO/AD Private Departures typically cost $750 to $1,500 per person, per day, and vary by destination, time of year, number of people in your group, and types of activities you prefer.

  7. What's not included?

    MO/AD Private Departures do not include roundtrip airfare to/from your destination, travel insurance, gratuities for local guides, hotel incidentals, and any activities and meals not included in your itinerary.

  8. What deposits are required?

    After learning more about you, your interests, preferred style of travel, dates, and budget, we will present you with initial ideas and examples of what we can plan for you. In order to design a detailed itinerary and check availability, there is a $500 non-refundable planning deposit due. This will be applied to your final trip cost. Once your itinerary is perfect, we require a 25% non-refundable confirmation deposit to start confirming all of your arrangements. Many of our local partners and hotels require additional advance deposits to secure the best accommodations. The balance of your trip cost is due 90 days prior to travel.

  9. What travel documents are needed?

    US citizens do not require a visa to enter Italy as tourists for stays up to 90 days. The only requirement is a valid US passport. We recommend that your passport is valid for six calendar months beyond your planned departure date from Italy.

  10. Where can I find the complete terms of my booking?

    See our Terms & Conditions for complete details about our policies regarding your MO/AD Private Departure booking.