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Fall in love with Positano, shop in Capri, tour Pompeii, and most of all, experience the Amalfi Coast our way... with a lot of spritzes

Mambo Italiano

June 17 - 23 2023

Mambo Italiano

Eat, Love, and Spritz through the Amalfi Coast

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The enchanting Amalfi Coast: where crystal clear waters, delectable delicacies, sexy beaches, and blissful boat rides await you.

Amalfi

Clifftops and Grottos

The houses on the Amalfi Coast are hanging off cliff-tops, which means epic views from every corner. The SYB Villa is no different; expect breathtaking vistas from our jacuzzi and infinity pool over the Marina del Cantone -- a secret beach spot where Italian locals bask in the Italian sunshine.

Clean & Delicious

The food in Italy is amazing, that's a fact. But if great abs mean eating clean, won't all of the delicious eats be a constant struggle? Not even close. Italy, unlike the US, doesn't allow GMOs, questionable chemicals, genetically engineered crops, or additives in food. Which means food is both delicious and nutritious.

Hangover-Free Wine

Italians produce low-sulfate, high-quality wine in quantity. This means you're more apt to avoid post-wine headaches, even when drinking at lunchtime. Cheers to that.

Capri Cliffs

If you haven't jumped off a cliff into crystalline water after lunch on a private island in Capri, you pretty much haven't lived. It's time to get that checked off your bucket list ASAP.

Go With The Flow

Namaste from cloud 9. Our rooftop yoga & meditation retreats in Italy involve majestic views of colorful hilltop homes, crystal clear blue waters, and maybe an Aperol Spritz right next to you on your mat. Talk about relaxation.

The small beach town of Marina del Cantone awaits our group every year. Everyone from the local gelato salesman named Alessandro to the ten cats who look for your scraps helps create an environment that makes it easy to slow down the mind and practice a powerful yoga class. Reconnect with yourself (and your love of carbs). 


Tour de Italy

The Amalfi Coast is a special place rich in history and traditions. There is simply too much beauty to experience to sit on the beach and sunbathe all day, though we definitely do our fair share of this too. Our days begin with body-invigorating morning workout sessions and big breakfasts, and then we go straight into explore mode. You’ve gotta be choosy with your itinerary because trips to Italy can be overwhelming with the number of attractions to see. Over the years, we've narrowed it down to the best of the best stops WITH the best of the best guides.

Our stops include Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, Capri, a hike to the super exclusive hidden restaurant of Conca del Sogno, a pool party at Gocce di Capri, a trail run to the mountaintop church of San Constanzo and of course cliff jumping on some hidden coves on our luxury boat day... you could say we've got it all down. 

We’ve Got What You Need

With the bucket list Amalfi Coast as our backdrop, a few more spritzes than you technically probably need to drink, nature and culture to be explored (because moderation), extensive fitness programming by some of the best coaches in the industry, and much more included in our adventure travel to Italy experience, there is no need for you to look further for your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

This idyllic country offers you the opportunity to take a step back, connect with the beauty of a simple life filled with pasta and wine, and create moments you’ll share around the dinner table for years to come. It’s a place that reminds you that there really can be more to life than the 9-to-5. And who doesn’t need a little break from reality once in a while? Join us. Paradise is calling; will you answer?

HIGHLIGHTS

Cliff Jumping

Daily Gelato

Pompeii Tour

Pizza Making

Luxury Boat Tour

Pool Parties

Positano

Lunch Wine

Sexy Selfies

Morning Sweat

Sunset Yoga

Pasta!

Ravello Tour

Epic Hikes

Italian Sun

Capri Tour

cool stuff people said

TESTIMONIALS

@colegettingfit

Totally framing that 👆🏼 To think that just a few days ago I was swimming in the Mediterranean... Choosing to spontaneously book my trip to the Amalfi coast with @surfyogabeer was one of the best decisions I ever made. Not only did we do really cool shit like wine tasting under olive trees in the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius, taking chair lifts to the top of Capri, hiking trails that led to hidden grottos with really good cappuccino, etc... but the people were just the kind of people you want to be around. Cool, positive and loving vibes all around. If you're thinking about doing an SYB trip, then make like me and DON'T THINK, JUST DO 😎

@kingsdelcato

Thankful to have spent the past two weeks in such an amazing place with even more amazing people!

@monjinn

This trip is pure magic.

@heyimkirsty13

One of my most cherished memories. We swam in a grotto in the Mediterranean (noodle and all!). I've never felt more connected to the Earth! Such a cool and life-changing experience

@nzorfass

"Thank you for being here, for saying YES." / feeling so much gratitude for the past week and all the adventure, personal connections, magical seaside towns, and of course, the food. until next time, Italy 🙏🏻✨

@intheknowles

Positanoly the most candid photo we've ever taken

@heyitskirsty13

I've been sitting here trying to put into words what this trip has meant to me but nothing can do it justice. I told my friends I was "going to Italy with a "fitness/travel/party group. It could be awesome or it could suck, I'll let you know!". I have always dreamed of going to Italy and seeing the Amalfi Coast but nothing could prepare me for this. I pushed myself beyond my fears and limits, I hiked to one of the highest points in Amalfi and saw the breathtaking view, I swam in the Mediterranean ocean (with the a noodle, but I did it!), I swam in a cave and as hippy-dippy as it sounds, never felt more connected to Mother Earth.Thanks to the shitty wifi, I relied less on my phone and stayed more in the moment. So much is to be said about the company I was with. These people who a week ago were strangers but within days became dear friends. We had deep philosophical conversations and made poop jokes, we stayed up taking until 3 am, we laughed until we cried, we drank constantly and it was probably my most enjoyable hangovers. We were in our own world. Thank you @surfyogabeer for providing this outlet to bring likeminded individuals together and planning incredible adventures

@ladolan

Ciao for now, Italia! Forever grateful for the past 10 days. Thank you @surfyogabeer for a life-changing experience that will stay with me forever #SYBamalfi Roma - I'm coming back for you!

The Location

Touchdown at Naples International Airport (NAP) to begin our journey exploring the Amalfi Coast. The coastal town of Amalfi is set deep down between the cliffs on the coast. Famous for its cliffs, beaches and picturesque seaside towns, the stunning seaside of the Amalfi is filled with rich history and artistic value.

Amalfi Coast is home to Marina del Cantone. This south-facing pebble beach near the tip of the Sorrentine peninsula is located below the town of Nerano. 

The Amalfi Coast has much to explore, like Capri, an island known for its natural beauty and magnificent rock formations. Only a short 30 minutes away on the water, the cliffside village of Positano boasts stunning pebbled shores and colorful cliffside villas. It also is home to hiking trails along the coastline, which is one of the best ways to experience the landscape. 

Aside from the stunning coastal towns in the region, this area is home to a rich history. Pompeii, near the coast of the Bay of Naples, is an archaeological site. Visitors can freely explore the excavated ruins of streets and houses of what was once a sophisticated Roman city. In 79 A.D., Pompeii was buried under ash and pumice following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. 

Taking the Amalfi Coast by storm, this region is best known for its boat travel and beautiful landscapes. 

Our Accomodations

The Punta Campanella Resort, located in Marina del Cantone, is a stunning beachfront four-star resort. Only a few bays over from Positano, we are in the heart of the Amalfi Coast.

Not only is it a perfect location, allowing us to explore the region, but the Punta Campanella is a top-tier resort giving us the whole Italian experience. 

Money in Italy

The local currency in Italy is Euros. Italy does not accept international currency outside banks or money exchange institutions. 

We suggest bringing about €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners (bring more if you're worried about running out!), but otherwise, we've got you covered! For reference, the average price of an alcoholic drink is €14. 

There are ATMs on the Amalfi Coast, but for the most part, they only offer Euros. If you are planning on using one, inform your bank that you are travelling abroad, and beware of additional fees for withdrawing money. We suggest withdrawing money in your home country!

Fuelling Our Bodies

The Amalfi Coast is known for its seafood - from shrimp to redfish to octopus, to name just a few; this coastal region is famous for its fresh seafood pasta. 

However, the region is also known for its olive oil, cheese, figs, pasta & pizzas. Long story short, you'll be eating well this trip because the food is mouthwatering. 

Let's Talk Water

The Amalfi Coast water is safe to drink unless indicated otherwise! 

The region has spring water flowing from mountain villages down to the coast, and the water is treated for safety. 

Safety in Italy

The Amalfi Coast is incredibly safe for travellers! The only risks we may experience are pickpockets or scammers. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

Touchdown at Naples International Airport (NAP) to begin our journey exploring the Amalfi Coast. The coastal town of Amalfi is set deep down between the cliffs on the coast. Famous for its cliffs, beaches and picturesque seaside towns, the stunning seaside of the Amalfi is filled with rich history and artistic value.

Amalfi Coast is home to Marina del Cantone. This south-facing pebble beach near the tip of the Sorrentine peninsula is located below the town of Nerano. 

The Amalfi Coast has much to explore, like Capri, an island known for its natural beauty and magnificent rock formations. Only a short 30 minutes away on the water, the cliffside village of Positano boasts stunning pebbled shores and colorful cliffside villas. It also is home to hiking trails along the coastline, which is one of the best ways to experience the landscape. 

Aside from the stunning coastal towns in the region, this area is home to a rich history. Pompeii, near the coast of the Bay of Naples, is an archaeological site. Visitors can freely explore the excavated ruins of streets and houses of what was once a sophisticated Roman city. In 79 A.D., Pompeii was buried under ash and pumice following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. 

Taking the Amalfi Coast by storm, this region is best known for its boat travel and beautiful landscapes. 

The Punta Campanella Resort, located in Marina del Cantone, is a stunning beachfront four-star resort. Only a few bays over from Positano, we are in the heart of the Amalfi Coast.

Not only is it a perfect location, allowing us to explore the region, but the Punta Campanella is a top-tier resort giving us the whole Italian experience. 

The local currency in Italy is Euros. Italy does not accept international currency outside banks or money exchange institutions. 

We suggest bringing about €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners (bring more if you're worried about running out!), but otherwise, we've got you covered! For reference, the average price of an alcoholic drink is €14. 

There are ATMs on the Amalfi Coast, but for the most part, they only offer Euros. If you are planning on using one, inform your bank that you are travelling abroad, and beware of additional fees for withdrawing money. We suggest withdrawing money in your home country!

The Amalfi Coast is known for its seafood - from shrimp to redfish to octopus, to name just a few; this coastal region is famous for its fresh seafood pasta. 

However, the region is also known for its olive oil, cheese, figs, pasta & pizzas. Long story short, you'll be eating well this trip because the food is mouthwatering. 

The Amalfi Coast water is safe to drink unless indicated otherwise! 

The region has spring water flowing from mountain villages down to the coast, and the water is treated for safety. 

The Amalfi Coast is incredibly safe for travellers! The only risks we may experience are pickpockets or scammers. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

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