"Our driver spoke excellent English and was a joy to be around. He recommended great places to visit and wonderful restaurants, and our trip would not have been the same without his great guidance."
Travel from Positano to the Path of the Gods with a private transfer departing from your hotel to the trailhead; if you stop for lunch, your driver can wait and take you back to Positano.
Partenza da: Positano
Durata 8 ore
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- Transfer from Positano to the trailhead for the Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods) in Agerola, near Bomerano
- Private air-conditioned sedan or minivan
- English-speaking driver
- Optional time for lunch at a restaurant with view at the end of the hike
- Meet up with the driver before or after lunch
- Return transfer from Nocelle to Positano
- Tolls, parking, petrol and taxes.
Wear sturdy shoes and clothing suitable for hiking.
Servizio fornito da: Astarita Car Service (Sorrento)
Precision and professionalism for no-stress transfers
Altre offerte Astarita Car Service
Da € 100 Per vehicle | Max 8 passengers
Da € 420 Per vehicle | Max 8 passengers
"Friendly driver was already at airport awaiting us. Easy and best way to get from Naples to Positano."
"Excellent service. Prompt and friendly driver. Knowledgable about area. "
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