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.
Spread your towel along the Mediterranean: the best places to take a dip in the crystalline waters along the Amalfi Coast.
Forget the car, put on a pair of walking boots and make your way along the spectacular footpaths on the Amalfi Coast.
The only beach on the Amalfi Coast to catch the sun until it sets is located in Praiano, a picturesque little town nestled between the sea and the mountains, in the heart of the Amalfi Coast. Not far from Praiano, is the Fiord of Furore, one of the areas most fascinating sites.
An expedition through the jungle of ferns which carpets the slopes behind Amalfi, discovering the ruins of the towns medieval foundries. Duration: 3 - 4hrs Kilometers: 6 Difficulty: easy
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.
At the center of the Amalfi Coast both some of the area's most fashionable and most peaceful beaches can be found, from Amalfi's lively Spiaggia Grande to the secluded beach of Duoglio and Castiglione, Ravello's only seaside district.
Erchie, Maiori and Minori: three of the largest and most family friendly of all the beaches on the Amalfi Coast. Close to car parks and bus stops, these sandy beaches have many bathing establishments, bars and restaurants.
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
A pretty little fishing village, with picture postcard perfect beaches. The ideal choice for an unforgettable day by the sea, to be concluded with a meal in one of Cetara's sea edge restaurants, savoring the local tuna fish and legendary anchovy extract.
Vietri sul Mare has some of the biggest beaches on the whole of the Amalfi Coast. Easy to reach, by car or public transport: Vietri sul Mare lies just off the A3 motorway and is the only town on the Amalfi Coast to have a train station (and ample parking). A great choice for families with young children.
Following in the footsteps of the faithful, up the steep path which from Maiori leads to the Sanctuary of the Madonna dell'Avvocata: a medieval hermitage gazing out over the Bay of Salerno. Duration: 6-7hrs Kilometers: 16 Difficulty: effort required