Boat and Breakfast
Falling asleep lulled by the sea
A unique and unforgettable stay
Naples hides many secrets, legends and orgotten treasures, a city which will conquer you with ithe charming song of the siren Partenope and the beauty of its seaside.
A city often overlooked, joyful, wrap and packed with architectural, culinary, natural beauties making it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Choose a sailboat instead of a hotel with Boat and Breakfast in Naples,
it will allow you to live a different experience, a exploring the city during the day and at night, sleeping under the stars lulled by the waves.
From the seaside to the historic city centre
The boat which will accommodate you is moored in the exclusive port of Mergellina, just 10 minutes walk from Piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Theatre and the picturesque district of Saint Lucia with its famous Caracciolo promenade.
Try a different, exciting and evocative stay; Boat & Breakfast in Napoli represents the perfect combination to discover one of the most fascinating cities in Italy sleeping on a sailboat that is in itself an unforgettable adventure.
Adventure that only the Boat & Breakfast experience can offer.
After a night in the cabin, sit down and enjoy a delicious breakfast, surrounded by the colors and liveliness of the city. Left the boat in the harbour the first exploration of the city starts.
Be ready to be catapulted into the vitality of Naples entering the historic center, Unesco World heritage with more than 200 historic churches, palaces and the famous street of San Gregorio Armeno dotted with shops tproducing and selling nativity scenes and characters of all kinds.
The visit continues along Via Toledo, the Neapolitan shopping district Health crossing the popular Sanita and the Spanish neighborhoods.
Get ready to fall in love with Napoli
Do not miss the Duomo of San Gennaro and its Catacombs, the National Archaeological Museum (one of the largest in Italy with classic artefacts), the Royal Palace located in Piazza del Plebiscito, the Maschio Angioino, Castel dell’Ovo and the Teatro San Carlo (opened November 4, 1737, destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1816).
Do not forget to take a nice walk on Via Partenope and Via Caracciolo, the Naples waterfront, equipped for pedestrians and bicycles.
Finally make a break in one of the crowded bars of San Pasquale a Chiaia for a generous appetizer, a prelude to an excellent Neapolitan dinner on the waterfront admiring the promontory of Posillipo and the coast of Sorrento.