Naples is a city that surprises and hides a thousand secrets, legends, forgotten treasures, a city that makes you fall in love with the song of the siren Partenope and the beauty of its sea.

A city often underestimated, joyful, full of architectural, culinary and natural wonders that make it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Choosing a sailboat with “Boat And Breakfast”, instead of a hotel, allows you to have a different experience to visit Naples, discovering the city by day and sleeping under the stars by night, lulled by the waves.

Boat and Breakfast, an alternative way to visit Naples

The thrill of sleeping lulled by the sea. A unique and unforgettable stay

From the sea to the centre of Naples

The boat that will host you will moor in the exclusive port of Borgo Marinai, just a 5-minute walk from Piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace, the San Carlo theatre and the charming district of Santa Lucia with its famous Caracciolo waterfront.

A different, exciting and suggestive stay, the Boat and Breakfast in Naples is an excellent combination for enjoying one of the most fascinating cities in Italy by staying on a sailboat for an unforgettable adventure.

Discover Naples

After a night in the cabin, a hearty breakfast awaits you, surrounded by the city in all its colours and liveliness, amid a show deeply loved by poets and songwriters.

You are ready to visit Naples: from the port you find yourself directly into the vitality of Naples, the historic centre, a Unesco World Heritage Site with more than 200 historic churches, palaces and the famous Via di San Gregorio Armeno, dotted with shops that produce and sell nativity scenes and characters of all kinds for the worldwide famous “Presepe”.

The exploration of the city with the Boat And Breakfast experience continues walking along via Toledo, the Neapolitan shopping street that starts from the popular Sanità district and runs alongside the Spanish quarters until reaching the sea.

You see Naples and then… you fall in love forever

The majestic Cathedral of San Gennaro with the Catacombs, the National Archaeological Museum (one of the largest in Italy), the Royal Palace located in Piazza del Plebiscito, the Maschio Angioino, the Castel dell’Ovo and the Teatro San Carlo (inaugurated on November 4, 1737, destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1816): you can’t miss any of them with Boat And Breakfast! And don’t forget a nice walk on Via Partenope and Via Caracciolo, the Naples seafront, equipped for pedestrians and bicycles.

Finally, a bit of relaxation among the bars of San Pasquale a Chiaia for a hearty aperitif, a prelude to an excellent Neapolitan dinner on the seafront, admiring the promontory of Posillipo on the right and the Sorrento coast on the left.

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