This is the ideal tour for those who love to immerse themselves in the places where the most famous movies in the world were set. Did you know that along the coast of Maratea, in Basilicata, the first and the last scene of the film about the most famous secret agent in the world were shot? Paddling in a kayak with an expert guide you can discover the beautiful beaches and coves trodden by Daniel Craig during the shooting, paradisiacal locations accessible only by sea. A unique tour for fans of cinema and nature!
Discovering the traces of Daniel Craig in Maratea, discover the hidden wonders aboard a kayak, among pristine beaches and caves accessible only by kayak.
With the “James Bond Tour” you can immerse yourself in the places and waters where the adventures of “No time to die”, the 25th ﬁlm dedicated to the world’s most famous secret agent, are set.
A unique tour that manages to combine passion for nature and film in the best possible way.
In Basilicata there is a wonderful stretch of coast of only 30 kilometers overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. The pearl of this area is Maratea, a place of pristine beauty made up of rocky cliffs and hidden caves, fine sandy beaches that alternate with pebble beaches, and mountains that plunge directly into the sea.These pristine places were the set for the first and last scenes of the film “No Time To Die.” With our tour you can retrace the footsteps of the world’s most famous agent and explore the enchanting beaches of Maratea. How it works: Starting from the port of Maratea, after a briefing on the use of the kayak, we will head with the guide to Punta Santavenere Beach, where the movie 007 begins. This beach, also known as Cala Tunnara, is among the most beautiful on the Lucanian coast because it seems to be set among the rocks of the coast and is surrounded by thick and lush Mediterranean scrub. We will continue towards Cersuta, where there are small beaches that can only be reached by sea. Just above the road is visible, overhanging the sea where scenes of the car chase were filmed. On the way back we will visit the Darsena, a small natural ravine used for small boats located in the immediate vicinity of the Port, where the final scene of “No time to die” was filmed. The activity lasts about 2 hours and ends with the return to the starting point. The activities are fitted according to the group and sea conditions, so that all participants, from the youngest to the oldest, can enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience. The excursion is also suitable for everyone who is at the first experience with sea kayak.