Amalfi Coast

The itinerary to discover one of the most beautiful and visited coastlines in the world starts from Salerno, from which you can easily reach Vietri sul Mare and then continue to Cetara, Maiori, Minori and finally arrive in the historic Ravello.

The itinerary then includes a visit to Atrani, from which you can finally reach Amalfi, famous for its Duomo. From here you cannot miss a visit to the fascinating Positano, one of the pearls of the Mediterranean.

Stroll, close to heaven. An itinerary, that of high altitude walks, particularly appreciated by tourists who love trekking and pristine natural areas. The geological conformation of this peninsula, steep mountains overlooking the emerald sea, gives the visitor an extraordinary panorama.

The paths, in ancient times, were used as paths for transferring from one country to another and for grazing animals. Today only hikers meet on these mountain routes. The paths of the Amalfi Coast are different and all well signposted both from the geographical maps and from the dense network of signs and arrows painted on the stones.

In the centers touched by the coastal paths there are comfortable accommodation in hotels, or in suggestive farmhouses. Furthermore, in these structures it is possible to know the cultivation techniques and production of typical local foods, such as mozzarella, salami and the typical flavored honey of the coast.

The proposed paths are “La via degli Incanti” (medium-low difficulty) with departure from Amalfi or Positano and the “Sentiero degli Dei” (medium difficulty) with departure from Positano or Vico Equense.

For fans, paragliding can be practiced near Sant’Egidio del Monte Albino – precisely on the Valle delle Fontanelle and at the Vallone del Lupo.

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