• SELF-GUIDED
  • 7 DAYS
  • Moderate
PRICE FROM £ 1,300 per person
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT £ 620 per person

OVERVIEW

A breath-taking landscape of towering limestone mountains rising from azure blue waters, Amalfi is a region of staggering beauty and contrasts. Ancient stone staircases lead to the pastel-coloured cliffside villages of Ravello and Positano, whilst rugged mountain paths steeply ascend through terraced lemon groves to panoramic viewpoints of Capri Island.

From Amalfi, walk to the elegant town of Ravello – known for its spectacular views of the Amalfi coastline, a mecca for inspiring artists for centuries. Spend a day exploring the rich nature reserve of Valle delle Ferriere. Hike quiet trails in the Monti Lattari mountains. Walk Europe's most spectacular balcony path 'The Path of the Gods' to the pink town of Positano. Spending 2 nights here means you can experience Marina Grande and discover the delectable cuisine of Positano's beachfront restaurants.

Enjoy the last walk and highlight of the beautiful island of Capri.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Explore Europe's famous Amalfi coastline
  • Boat trip to Capri to walk the island
  • Walk to the romantic hillside town of Ravello
  • The cobbled streets, cafes and gelato shops of Amalfi town
  • Discover the exotic gardens of Ravello's Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone
  • Hike rugged hill paths to the summit of Monte Tre Calli
  • Complete the 'Path of the Gods' from Bomerano to Positano

AT A GLANCE

TRIP LENGTH
7 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate
PRICE FROM
£ 1300 per person twin/double share
SINGLE OCCUPANCY
£ 620 per person

ITINERARY

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • 6 nights in good accommodation and 6 breakfasts
  • Private transfers to and from the track when necessary
  • Route Notes, Maps and GPX tracks
  • Boat trip and exploration of Capri

ACCOMMODATION & DINING DESKTOP

During this tour, you will spend each night in small family-run guesthouses and 3* hotels. Chosen for their location, facilities and history, each accommodation is used to welcoming walkers. Many of them will be family-run so your hosts are very knowledgeable about the Amalfi region and they will always be happy to chat with you about the history of the Amalfi region. Of course, you can always call us too should you need anything during your walk. As Amalfi is a very popular destination, we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process.

You will be provided with 6 breakfasts.  You can choose from the array of options in Amalfi for your lunch and dinner. Fresh dishes of scialatielli pasta and clams paired with local bianco wines are a must. Lunches are available at various cafes or food stores daily. There are numerous places to get dinner each night; your hosts will give you a list of recommendations if you’d like. If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you.

GENERAL INFO

AVAILABILITY

This walk is available from late April to the end of June and mid-August through to October.

Not available from 1st July – 22nd August.

From April into June days are warm and sunny (up to 30 degrees) with the flowers in full bloom. You may find that earlier in the season you can encounter a few rainy days, but generally, the piazza’s buzz with life and are perfect for enjoying an al fresco dinner. From late August into September the summer crowds have thinned and the intense summer heat has cooled. Being on the coast, it isn’t uncommon for Amalfi to experience thunderstorms during summer days, so you should always be prepared for changeable conditions.

THE WALKING

We grade this walk as moderate. A moderate active lifestyle makes the walking enjoyable, an exercise regime of 2 to 3 times a week is needed. The daily routes you will follow are well defined. Many sections of the walk will have prolonged sections of stone staircases that you will ascend and descend. Many will have a handrail (though not always). You will also walk along rocky mountains trails, forest paths and the balcony trail ‘Path of the Gods’ which in some parts have a feeling of exposure. The Path of the Gods is a balcony cliff path walk, so if you suffer from severe vertigo this day of walking is not for you (you can use the ferry or bus to travel between and Amalfi and Positano). You will be walking on forest trails and through the towns and villages of the Amalfi coast. It is commonplace in Italy that there are no separate footpaths (even in the towns) which means you will often be walking on the roads. Please always be mindful of all road users when doing so. For each of the walks, you will be provided with daily walk notes, a map and the GPX tracks if you require to use them for your own device.

HOW TO GET THERE AND AWAY

This walk starts in Amalfi and ends in Positano. The closest airport is the nearby airport of Naples

Naples airport
Naples airport has bus connections through to Amalfi. If travelling between May and September you can pre-book a direct Pintour shuttle bus from Naples airport through to Amalfi (journey time is just over 2hrs). Alternatively, you can catch the Alibus from Naples airport to the Immacolatella (Porta Di Massa) and change for services to Amalfi (journey time around 3 hours). If you prefer, we can always organise a private transfer which is around a 1-hour journey.

By Train
From Napoli Centrale, change at Piazza Garibaldi for services to Via Nocera (40min journey). Here you can take a taxi (35min journey) to Amalfi.

Onward Travel From Positano
The easiest way to return to Naples is via taxi to Castellammare di Stabia train station, where you can catch a direct service to Naples. Alternatively, there is the option to travel by ferry via Capri to Naples harbour or there is a bus service direct to Sorrento train station where you hop on services for Naples Porta Nolana train station.

For all train travel in Italy prices, timetables and ticket reservations can be made through The Trainline or Tren Italia.

Another useful generic planning tool for travel is Rome2Rio should you be travelling from, or to, other destinations.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants. You can get in touch with us via our contact form or email us at info@Stroll.com

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    Details
  • 3 Apr 2024 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILABLE

    from £ 1300

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    £ 620

    Not available from 1st July – 22nd August

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Overview

A breath-taking landscape of towering limestone mountains rising from azure blue waters, Amalfi is a region of staggering beauty and contrasts. Ancient stone staircases lead to the pastel-coloured cliffside villages of Ravello and Positano, whilst rugged mountain paths steeply ascend through terraced lemon groves to panoramic viewpoints of Capri Island.

From Amalfi, walk to the elegant town of Ravello – known for its spectacular views of the Amalfi coastline, a mecca for inspiring artists for centuries. Spend a day exploring the rich nature reserve of Valle delle Ferriere. Hike quiet trails in the Monti Lattari mountains. Walk Europe's most spectacular balcony path 'The Path of the Gods' to the pink town of Positano. Spending 2 nights here means you can experience Marina Grande and discover the delectable cuisine of Positano's beachfront restaurants.

Enjoy the last walk and highlight of the beautiful island of Capri.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Explore Europe's famous Amalfi coastline
  • Boat trip to Capri to walk the island
  • Walk to the romantic hillside town of Ravello
  • The cobbled streets, cafes and gelato shops of Amalfi town
  • Discover the exotic gardens of Ravello's Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone
  • Hike rugged hill paths to the summit of Monte Tre Calli
  • Complete the 'Path of the Gods' from Bomerano to Positano
Itinerary
What’s Included
  • 6 nights in good accommodation and 6 breakfasts
  • Private transfers to and from the track when necessary
  • Route Notes, Maps and GPX tracks
  • Boat trip and exploration of Capri
Accommodation & Dining

During this tour, you will spend each night in small family-run guesthouses and 3* hotels. Chosen for their location, facilities and history, each accommodation is used to welcoming walkers. Many of them will be family-run so your hosts are very knowledgeable about the Amalfi region and they will always be happy to chat with you about the history of the Amalfi region. Of course, you can always call us too should you need anything during your walk. As Amalfi is a very popular destination, we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process.

You will be provided with 6 breakfasts.  You can choose from the array of options in Amalfi for your lunch and dinner. Fresh dishes of scialatielli pasta and clams paired with local bianco wines are a must. Lunches are available at various cafes or food stores daily. There are numerous places to get dinner each night; your hosts will give you a list of recommendations if you’d like. If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you.

General Info

AVAILABILITY

This walk is available from late April to the end of June and mid-August through to October.

Not available from 1st July – 22nd August.

From April into June days are warm and sunny (up to 30 degrees) with the flowers in full bloom. You may find that earlier in the season you can encounter a few rainy days, but generally, the piazza’s buzz with life and are perfect for enjoying an al fresco dinner. From late August into September the summer crowds have thinned and the intense summer heat has cooled. Being on the coast, it isn’t uncommon for Amalfi to experience thunderstorms during summer days, so you should always be prepared for changeable conditions.

THE WALKING

We grade this walk as moderate. A moderate active lifestyle makes the walking enjoyable, an exercise regime of 2 to 3 times a week is needed. The daily routes you will follow are well defined. Many sections of the walk will have prolonged sections of stone staircases that you will ascend and descend. Many will have a handrail (though not always). You will also walk along rocky mountains trails, forest paths and the balcony trail ‘Path of the Gods’ which in some parts have a feeling of exposure. The Path of the Gods is a balcony cliff path walk, so if you suffer from severe vertigo this day of walking is not for you (you can use the ferry or bus to travel between and Amalfi and Positano). You will be walking on forest trails and through the towns and villages of the Amalfi coast. It is commonplace in Italy that there are no separate footpaths (even in the towns) which means you will often be walking on the roads. Please always be mindful of all road users when doing so. For each of the walks, you will be provided with daily walk notes, a map and the GPX tracks if you require to use them for your own device.

HOW TO GET THERE AND AWAY

This walk starts in Amalfi and ends in Positano. The closest airport is the nearby airport of Naples

Naples airport
Naples airport has bus connections through to Amalfi. If travelling between May and September you can pre-book a direct Pintour shuttle bus from Naples airport through to Amalfi (journey time is just over 2hrs). Alternatively, you can catch the Alibus from Naples airport to the Immacolatella (Porta Di Massa) and change for services to Amalfi (journey time around 3 hours). If you prefer, we can always organise a private transfer which is around a 1-hour journey.

By Train
From Napoli Centrale, change at Piazza Garibaldi for services to Via Nocera (40min journey). Here you can take a taxi (35min journey) to Amalfi.

Onward Travel From Positano
The easiest way to return to Naples is via taxi to Castellammare di Stabia train station, where you can catch a direct service to Naples. Alternatively, there is the option to travel by ferry via Capri to Naples harbour or there is a bus service direct to Sorrento train station where you hop on services for Naples Porta Nolana train station.

For all train travel in Italy prices, timetables and ticket reservations can be made through The Trainline or Tren Italia.

Another useful generic planning tool for travel is Rome2Rio should you be travelling from, or to, other destinations.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants. You can get in touch with us via our contact form or email us at info@Stroll.com

Departure Dates
  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • Date
    3 Apr 2024 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILIBILITY
    AVAILABLE
    PRICE
    from £ 1300
    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    £ 620
    DETAILS

    Not available from 1st July – 22nd August

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Faqs

FAQS

Q: What happens if I don’t want to walk one of the days?

As some of the walks on this itinerary are loop walks you can explore the local towns or relax near the waterside or beachfront. On the days where you will be walking to the next town, it is not possible to travel with the luggage transfer service. The local bus and ferry services are an excellent way to reach your next destination. Your accommodation hosts will have up to date information and advice should you wish to travel to the next destination by local transport. There is always plenty of information about options for the day in your daily walk notes and as always, you can call us at the office for any help during your walk should you need any assistance.

Q: Where would you suggest adding an extra night?

Positano The pink town of Positano is perfect for kicking back, relaxing. The town itself is worth exploring on foot. A glorious collection of terracotta buildings and artisan market stalls which all somehow cling onto the vertical rock Positano is built on. And of course, you can enjoy spotting the rich and famous moored just off shore in their luxury super yachts. If you want to visit Pompeii on this trip you can always add another night in Positano and take the bus to Sorrento train station (30mins) and change for a direct train to Pompeii train station (30mins). Amalfi This historic town makes for an excellent base to further explore the nearby towns of Ravello, Maiori and Minori. You can always head down to the port and hangout in one of the many waterside restaurants.

Q: Can you extend our stay in Positano?

Of course, please let us know at the time of booking if you would like to extend your time in Positano.

Q: Can my children walk with me?

We can't book children under the age of 16 onto this trip. There also aren't any discounts that can be passed on for children.

Q: We’re travelling as friends, can we get a triple room?

Triple rooms are in limited availability. Some accommodations do not offer triple rooms but we can always provide a twin or double room with a single room.

Q: Can we reduce the days walked?

Easily! This tour has been created with flexibility in mind. You can easily remove any of the walks if you wish to reduce the duration of the tour.

Q: Can we extend the days walked?

On this tour we add in an extra of walking in Amalfi if you wish.

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