Walk the spectacular Amalfi Coast
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- Our selection of walks include visiting Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Minori, Maiori and the island of Capri
- Trek the walk of the Gods (Sentiero degli Dei)
- Explore the Sambuco Valley (Valle del Sambuco)
- Hike the walk of the Lemons (Sentiero dei Limoni)
- Day trips to Pompeii, Herculaneum, Mt Vesuvius
Italy’s Amalfi Coast is famous for its lemons, limoncello, the winding coast road used for films and crystal blue seas. It is also know for the exclusive island of Capri and Positano which is surely one of the prettiest places to get married. You will see all this, but also a whole lot more as you start to walk in this area.
Walking in the area, our trip gives you the chance to explore Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Capri and the famously unmissable ‘Walk of the Gods.”
We have a wide range of suggested walks for you to enjoy this spectacular area, including Positano, Amalfi, Ravello and the exotic island of Capri.
Some walks take the whole day, others are just half-day walks which are designed to give you time to explore the villages that make up the Amalfi Coast.
We will talk to discover your preferences so we can hand-pick the best walks for you.
Examples of the collection of walks we think are the best can be found in the trip itinerary.
The order that you do the walks is up to you.
The Amalfi coast is perfect for a day trip to the delightful island of Capri, home to the rich and famous, as well as elegant Ravello – the villas and gardens of which are popular for weddings.
Mt Vesuvius as well as the ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum are also popular day trips from this area.
We have chosen a lovely agriturismo for you. An agriturismo is family-run Bed & Breakfast-style accommodation where they also produce local food.
The agriturismo we have chosen for you is in Agerola which is a beautiful rural area set at an altitude of 600 metres above sea level, above the Amalfi coast. You will appreciate its tranquil location high above the busy coastal towns, and the fresher air which the Agerola area enjoys. The Agerola region is well served with buses which link it to Amalfi and Positano.
Agerola means ‘food basket’ which is a fitting description for this intensively farmed fertile basin. The B&B is located in our preferred location of San Lazzaro which is a friendly close-knit Italian village with local facilities in keeping with a small rural community. This is authentic rural Italy at its finest.
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