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Walk The Path of Ferriere Valley with Italian Holidays!

For anyone who enjoys a good hike, this path is an absolute must-do! Many people know of the Path of the Gods but a walking tour of the Amalfi Path of the Ferriere Valley is equally spectacular for many different reasons. Every twist and turn of leads to a different environment; woodlands, cliffs, streams, mountains and unimaginable waterfalls. The Ferriere Valley path is an ancient route taken by people from Agerola to Amalfi. Along the way you will see signs of ancient and history interest – the remains of ironworks, papermills and a fascinating glimpse into ancient artisan traditions.

Our journey begins from San Lazzaro at General Avitabile Square, from where a surprising series of steps will open out onto a breathtaking vista of the Amalfi Coast. From here we will continue to discover a fantastic area where the cheerful plays of many springs, create as if by magic, enchanting waterfalls that will surprise and delight you. You will enter an oasis of giant ‘woodwardia radican‘ ferns, towering rocks and a rainbow of vibrant colors to excite the senses.

Eventually we will arrive in Amalfi and enjoy a fabulous gelato and a stroll around town before boarding the public bus back to Agerola.

  • Start Time: Morning between 8 and 9
  • Length: 6 km
  • Walking time: Up to 6 hours
  • You will need: Comfortable walking shoes, plenty of water, sun screen, comfortable clothing

We have no booking dates for this particular trip. Please make an inquiry and we can then arrange for a guide to take us on your preferred dates.

 

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Pricing

Minimum of 7 people required

Price includes:

  • Round-trip transportation from Rome
  • Guided Walk
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Gelato in Amalfi

Per person $145