A walk made in heaven, this panoramic trail between Agerola and Positano is one of the most spectacular on the whole of the Amalfi Coast. Duration: around 3 hrs Length: 7.8 km Difficulty: easy.
Pros: An iconic destination to truly experience the spirit of the Amalfi Coast with dazzling views Perfect for honeymoons or romantic escapes, and for those who love a glam nightlife The best range of dining options, clubs, and unique boutiques on the coastline Cons: Lots of steps make it a challenge if you're traveling with kids...it's not called the vertical town for nothing! The most expensive town on the Amalfi Coast
Walking across waves of rock, amidst shimmering, silver-leafed olive trees and bushes of brilliant yellow broom, to reach the paradisiacal little beach opposite the Faraglioni of Capri. Duration: circa 4 hours Kilometers: 6 Difficulty: medium
Forget the car, put on a pair of walking boots and make your way along the spectacular footpaths on the Amalfi Coast.
The first beach on the Amalfi Coast is Nerano, the coastal district of Sant'Agata. Here you can enjoy crystal clear waters and sun until dusk and, if you're really lucky, you might even meet a mermaid.
Pros: The cultural heart of the coast with historic villas hosting art, music, and cultural events Known as the "balcony of the Amalfi Coast," offers breathtaking views A quiet atmosphere, especially in the evening when the daytrippers have left Cons: Set high above the water's edge with no beach. The closest is Castiglione, about 4 kilometers from town Not an easy base if you are using public transportation to get around, as you'll have to take the bus to Amalfi and connect to other routes there
An expedition to the furthest point of the Amalfi Coast and the Minerva Sanctuary, where, legend has it, Ulysses was seduced by the Sirens. Duration: 2hrs Kilometers: 4 Difficulty: easy
The beautiful hill town of Ravello