General

Walk the Path of the Gods with ItalianHolidays!

The famous Path of the Gods in on the Amalfi Coast and starts from Paolo Capasso square in Bomerano and ends in Positano. This internationally known path is the area’s most popular destination for those who love to walk, trek and hike.

The Path of the Gods follows the spectacular cliffs of the Amalfi Coast between Positano and Amalfi. It passes through various gorges, open vistas of the sea and is sprinkled with ancient rural buildings, vineyards, cultivated terraces and mountain streams. On a clear day you will enjoy matchless views as far as Punta Campanella and the Island of Capri.

Join us on one of the most amazing Italian adventures it is possible to experience. We have walked the Path of the Gods and have taken many people to do the same with us. We start with a visit to Agerola and after an early morning cappuccino we are ready to start our trek. Yes, an early start is absolutely necessary to avoid the heat of midday, especially during the summer months.

Once we reach Positano and have enjoyed a stroll through the streets, we will board a boat (weather permitting) to Amalfi where we will treat ourselves to a gelato before boarding the public bus back to Agerola.

  • Start time: Between 8 and 10 in the morning.
  • Length: 9 km
  • Time to walk: up to 6 hours
  • You will need: Comfortable walking shoes, sun screen, plenty of water, backpack for any essentials you need personally.

INCLUDES: Picnic lunch

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment

Agerola

AgerolaAgerola is known as the ‘Land of the Gods’ It is a balcony at a height of 600 m above sea level on the famous Amalfi Coast. From these dizzying heights it is easy to confuse the deep cobalt color of the sea with the boundless blue of the sky. Here the slow beat of time and Read more

Campania

Campania[espro-slider id=676] Where is Campania? Campania is Italy’s most densely populated region. It has an area of 13,595 square kilometres and a population of 5.8 million people. It borders Lazio to the northwest, Molise to the north, Puglia to the northeast and Basilicata to the southeast. It has 350 kilometres of coastline that includes the Read more

Pricing

Minimum of 7 people required for this trip

Price includes:

  • Round-trip transportation from Rome to Agerola
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Boat Trip
  • Gelato in Amalfi

Per person - $155