Mediterranean Delights – Walking the Amalfi Coast

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From Paestum to Pompei

This tour starts in Paestum and ends in Amalfi . It has a clear archeological cut, as you will visit Paestum temples and Pompei. However, in a very short time, it gives you an overview of the most famous places of this area: Amalfi, Ravello, Positano and Capri.

  • Holiday Type
    Hiking Holidays
  • Activity Level Moderate
All about the Mediterranean Delights – Walking the Amalfi Coast.


> Visit Paestum
> Amalfi Downtown
> Walk in Anacapri
> Pompei


We transfer  your luggage

Just leave it at the reception desk with your name tag and you will find it at your next accommodation.

We book  your hotels

We will book double rooms with private bathrooms in 2* or 3* hotels orxb&b or country Inns.

We supply detailed  route notes and maps

At your choice, the route notes can be in English, Italian, French or German and GPS maps

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  1. PAESTUM Day 1 – Paestum – Arrival and settling in

    Arrival in Paestum which you can reach by train from Rome with a
    Change in Salerno. Transfer to the hotel and visit the temples. For once do not skip the museum which features 2000 years old frescoes. Supper and night.

  2. AGROPOLI Day 2 – Santa Maria di Castellabbate

    After a visit to a Mozzarella cheese factory you will be transfered to Agropoli. Walk up to the castle for the view, then walk across the harbour and on to St Maria di Castell’abbate. along the way stop at a winery with an outstanding view of the bay and stop for a wine tasting light lunch. Same hotel

  3. AMALFI Day 3 – Amalfi – Ravello

    Private transfer to Amalfi.
    Never in your life you have climbed so many stairs! The road to reach Ravello from Amalfi is a long, never ending staircase with in between small, lovely hamlets. The route offers breathtaking views of the gulf . Ravello is called with reason the balcony of the Costiera. It is a rather sleepy village with a beautiful villa to visit.

  4. THE “TRAIL OF THE GODS” Day 4 – Positano

    The “Trail of the Gods” is the name given to the path that from Agerola (a village above Amalfi that can be reached with 20 minutes bus ride) leads to Positano. It is a fairly long walk and it leaves you just enough time in Positano to spend some money in the fashionable boutiques of this fancy town and enjoy an ice cream before catching a boat back to Amalfi.


    Capri is one of the most famous places in the world. and it is magic. Catch a boat to the island and spend 2 days there. A Funicular will take you to the upper town. After check in, visit the archeological part of the island, walking to The Tiberio Roman Villa along narrow alleys bordered by luscious gardens. Comming back stop for a gelato on the piazzetta. It may be expensive, but you will see the jet set walk by!

  6. MONTESOLARE Day 6 – Anacapri

    Catch the bus to Anacapri and then the chair-lift to Montesolare. The hike along the ridge is breathtaking! A sheer 300 metres drop straight into the bluest sea on one side, soft meadows covered with wild flowers on the other. The trail will lead you back to Anacapri in time for a late lunch, or bring a pic-nic.

  7. POMPEI Day 7 – Naples – Rome

    Catch a boat to Naples. There are shuttles both to the airport or the railway. If you take the slow train to Rome you can stop in Pompei. There is a luggage deposit at the entrance of the ruins. Possible extra night in Rome.

What happens if I can’t walk / cycle a stage?

If you find the stage too long or if for any reason you cannot walk at all for one day, let us know the previous week and we can arrange for you to go for a short stretch or for the entire stage with the luggage transfer . In some cases a small fee will be asked and you can pay it directly to the driver.

When is the best time of year?

Generally speaking the best season is certainly from April to October; however, it varies with each stage:
– You can only cross the Alps(week 1) from June 15th to September 15th
– The Appennino mountains (week 4) are more pleasurable from mid May to the end of September
– We suggest that you avoid walking among the rice fields (week 2&3) in full summer

How does the baggage transfers work?

Every morning you leave your luggage at the reception of your accommodation, better with a name-tag and you will find it at your arrival at the next accommodation. It has to be delivered by 2pm

Do you provide GPS files for all days?

Yes, on request we can provide GPS files, but we will still supply the paper description just in case your GPS does not work!

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