Amalfi Coast – 7 days self guided walking package

7 Days

Tourists have always wanted to experience the world, searching for fascinating natural landscapes that will blow their minds. Over time, a lot of people have found the most beautiful coastline in the world, with its alluring landscape. It is no other place than the fascinating coast of Amalfi, running all the way from Salerno down to Amalfi. Not getting enough, tourists move away from the coast from time to time to revel in the amazing places around, taking in the scent of the Mediterranean scrub. What’s more, they feel the kiss of the sun and marvel at the beauty of the sea.


  • Terraced lemon and olive groves, orchards and vineyards
  • Walks among mountains and green valleys
  • Local craft: fine Ceramics and ancient Paper Mills
  • The ancient path from Agerola to Amalfi
  • Hidden Medieval rocky settlements
  • Fresh seafood and innumerable local flavours


Day 1 :

The historical but new town of Roman Salernum is controlled by the Castle of Arechi and guided by a highly regarded commercial port. It is best to be an early bird and get to the city early to put so many things in order because the arrangement of your urban trekking is necessary so that you won’t miss the mesmerising scenes and places, the exercise, pleasure and fun that resides in the terraces. You can quickly get to discover beautiful places and familiarise yourself with the friendly and calm environment while trying to get to the Provincial Art Gallery and the Cathedral of Salerno. These places which make you wonder if the earth is ever going to be destroyed one day. It is noteworthy that the remains of St. Matteo are resident in the cathedral. Strolling gently along these paths expose you to the Amalfi coast and makes you revel in the blueness of its marina. If green is your thing, then you will surely enjoy the Municipal Villa, where you get to see the green lung of Salerno, or you just move further to Minerva’s garden; you will struggle to get enough of it. The history Minerva’s garden holds is something notable as it is the premier Botanical Garden of Europe where medically used plants are cultivated.


Have you ever seen where potteries are made? If not, never mind, as you will be privileged to see one when you embark on a short exclusive trip to Vietri Sul Mare, which is just a few kilometres east of the Amalfi Coast. You will be enthralled on your first main journey in the tour when you get to these places of immense attraction. Crossing over to the hilltop, something legendary awaits, sort of what you hear in moonlight tales and something to feed your superstitious beliefs with. On crossing the hilltop of Benincasa, shrines like wildfire are spread across the way with small width, exposing you to every folklore. The road to Dragonea is more refreshing where your lungs can have the luxury of inhaling a fresh bite of air emanating from the mounts of Lattari. The usually complicated maze-like structure in the form of labyrinths when you journey through and get to the pleasant village of Albori makes you wonder if there is still such beauty in existence but alas! You will discover there are still much more in existence when you get to the villa Guariglia and behold an old building that is abode to the museum of ceramics.


Early in the morning, a short transfer will take you to the starting point of your daily itinerary on the Amalfi Coast. The first part of the route will end in Maiori, where you can explore its wide and long beach. After leaving Maiori, continue on the “path of the Lemons” up to the lovely Minori, where you will be inebriated by the smell of orange blossoms and the taste of the sea. Overnight in Minori


Wake up and take your meal if you would because you might need something to hold your stomach with on this tour. There is a really long staircase that leads to Ravello, a town on the coast. Today’s challenge is the long stretch of stairs. It goes to Scala, a village that is old and located on a hill. There is also a path that goes to the Valle dei Mulini reserve. This is a place where you can see lots of water and dense trees. From there, you will continue to Amalfi overnight.


The route connects Amalfi with Pogerola Village, which is 700 steps uphill. It also connects with the wooded part of Pogerola Village, which is known for its chestnut groves. Then, walk along a nice stretch of the high path of Valle delle Ferriere, and turn off towards Mount Murillo. The paths are mostly easy, but always proceed with great care as these are mountain paths! Finally, return by public bus and overnight in Amalfi.


Today you are going to take the SITA buses to Bomerano in Agerola. Last but not least, today, you will hike the most famous natural history trails of the Amalfi Coast, The Path of Gids!
You will soon understand why this road, enchanted by the stunning seascapes that lead to Positano, the jewel of the Amalfi Coast, has this name. After a refreshing swim, the bus returns to Amalfi for your final night.

Day 7 :

After waking up the next morning to a fresh and energised start, it is advised you have breakfast and not miss the exhilarating view of the paper museum, an ancient but very relevant and exciting attraction that will take you back in times to the way the production process was done in the yesteryears. And with the aid of a good guide, you will come to the knowledge and understanding of how antiquity was used in changing useless wastes from the form of rags to a neat piece of paper—end of services.


The Cost Includes

  • 6 nights accommodation with breakfast
  • Private transfers day 2
  • Luggage transportation hotel to hotel
  • Travel App(maps, tracks, route notes)
  • Phone assistance 08.00am to 09.00pm

The Cost Excludes

  • Flights
  • Arrival and Departure transfers
  • Meals and drinks
  • Hotel tourist taxes (where required)
  • Insurance and everything not listed as “Included.”

Technical Information

The tours wind mainly through dirt paths and country lanes, rarely, and only when strictly necessary, on busy roads. The tour is suitable for anyone with a minimum of training. The length of a walking day ranges from a minimum of 7 to a maximum of 17km, with almost undemanding unevenness and travel times between 2.5 and 4 hours. The tours wind mainly through dirt paths and country lanes, rarely, and only when strictly necessary, on busy roads. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes, better trekking boots, a hat, drinking water, sun cream, a swimming suit and a waterproof jacket in case of rain. We will take care of your luggage while you are walking.

Accommodation and Meals:
This tour offers accommodation in pretty B&B and 3* hotels. All rooms are ensuite.

Accommodation layout: 1 night in Salerno, 1 night in Vietri, 1 night in Minori, 3 nights in Amalfi

Meals: 6 breakfasts included. All other meals are not included

In case of need, you can call our emergency number from 08.00 am to 09.00 pm , our local staff will be available to make your holiday quiet and serene.

Payment and Cancellation

Payment: deposit of 10% per person within 3 days of confirmation and balance 60 days before departing from Australia.


  • cancellation received 45 working days or more before departure: deposits will be not refundable.
  • cancellations made from 44 to 30 working days before departure: 40% of the payments will be not refundable.
  • cancellations made from 29 to 15 working days before departure: 70% of the payments will be not refundable.
  • cancellations made from 14 to departure: 100% of the payments will be not refundable.


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Amalfi Coast – 7 days self guided walking package