This tour starts along the Amalfi Coast, exploring picturesque hillside villages, the famous Path of the Gods hiking trail, the lively city of Naples, and the islands of Ischia and Capri. You'll then fly to the island of Sicily, where you'll discover the famous Sicilian-Baroque architecture in towns like Ragusa, Syracuse, Noto, and more, plus ancient ruins in Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples. End the trip on the top of Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano, and along the historic streets of Taormina and Catania.
Hiking the Path of Gods on the Amalfi Coast
You'll start in the city of Agerola at Paolo Capasso Square in the hamlet of Bomerano. You'll make your way to Lattari Regional Park and cross the small and scenic gorge of Pennino River along its charming wooden bridge. Continue along the path until you meet an open space at Biscuit Cave, where the trail begins.
Your end destination is Nocelle, a small community of Positano nestled in the slopes of Monte Peruso. The path is fairly easy here as you enjoy exceptional views over the sea. From Nocelle, you can reach the center of Positano by taking 1,500 steps down to the coastline, where you can enjoy a tour of beautiful Positano and some free time to explore the town.
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Itineraries with Hiking the Path of Gods on the Amalfi Coast
Stretch your legs around the beauty of the Amalfi Coast in this 7-day tour, starting in the vibrant city of Naples. Explore the monuments and sites of your city hub and explore the nearby island of Capri and the ruins of Pompeii, plus hike around the crater of Mt. Vesuvius. Then move on to the scenic Amalfi coast where Agerola will be your hub, allowing you easy access to breathtaking hikes leading to the villages of Ravello, Positano and Antrani.
Explore Italy's spectacular Amalfi Coast with an 11-day trip that combines hiking, boating, leisure time and sightseeing. This hiking-centric itinerary revisits those old walking trails, including the legendary, rugged Sentiero degli Dei path, and includes stops on the islands of Capri and Ischia. Every turn along the Amalfi Coast road and pathways is like a postcard, with perfect scenes of bougainvillea, lemon trees, terraced vineyards, and that dazzling blue water beyond—and it's best explored on foot!