- duration 8 days
- tour type Private Tour
- age requirement 18+ years old
- guiding method Self guided/Independent
- Maximum altitude 1444 meters
- Trek difficulty Medium
- Traverse the awesome longdistance trail of Alta Via dei Monti Lattari
- Enjoy quaint, offthebeaten tracks through hamlets, headlands, mountains and coasts
- Discover the stunning mountain hamlets of Cava dei Tirreni, Agerola & Massa Lubrense
- Experience leisurely rural lifestyle: swimming in bays, staying in farms with genuine food
The Alta Via dei Monti Lattari is the long-distance trail that runs high above the Amalfi Coast, from Cava dei Tirreni in the very east to Punta Campanella, the very point of the Sorrento Peninsula. It roughly follows the ridge of the Lattari mountains, the backbone of the peninsula. The scenery of this tour is therefore mainly mountainous, but there are several occasions to descend to the valleys with the incomparable mosaic-terraced landscape.
Going from the sea to the mountains, or vice versa, the views are always stupendous, and you’ll walk through little villages, vineyards and olive groves, Mediterranean scrub and woods. Beautiful little churches, ruins of castles and old farmhouses are found all over the place.
This trip is definitely a must for the avid hiker (just like the GR20 in Corsica). You will walk through real mountain scenery, scale amazing sheer drops and pass through chestnut forests and attractive countryside, with wonderful terraced lemon groves and vineyards. In addition to all the above, this walk lets you enjoy some of the most splendid views on the Amalfi Coast and the Bay of Naples, while immersed in an almost alpine landscape. The tour also includes some of famous footpaths such as Sentiero degli Dei (the Footpath of the Gods) and Via Maestra dei Villaggi (the main road of the once Republic of Amalfi).
During this tour we offer you the possibility to include some extra days to explore side trails as well as visit the famous coastal villages of Amalfi, Ravello and Positano.
Discover for yourself why the Amalfi Coast has become Italy’s most famous coastline for good reason during this tour. For more details, please go through the itinerary below.
Day 1: Salerno arrival
Day 2: Walk to Madonna dell’Avvocata
Day 3: The valley of Tramonti
Day 4: Mountains of Sorrento Peninsula
Day 5: Positano
Day 6: Monte Vico Alvano
Day 7: Recommone & Termini
Day 8: End of the tour
- 7 breakfasts and 6 dinners
- 3 nights' accommodation in hotels as per the itinerary
- 4 nights' accommodation in agriturismo as per the itinerary
- Extensive route notes, with description of the route & tourist information
- Maps at 1:25.000 scale (or better)
- GPS tracks of each walk
- 24/7 assistance
- Private transfers as specified
- Single supplement
- Solo traveller
- International/domestic flights
- Visas & departure taxes
- Travel Insurance
- Tourist tax
- Luggage transfer (possible on request)
- Drinks and meals not mentioned in the itinerary
- Items of personal nature
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A deposit of 20% is required when booking this tour. The remaining balance will be charged 45 days prior departure. For any bookings within 45 days of departure, the full tour amount will be charged upon booking.Travel Insurance
We advise to take out Travel Insurance to cover for any unforeseen circumstances. Bookmundi recommends World Nomads' travel insurance.Level of difficulty: Moderate (34). Mostly moderate walks, on wellmaintained paths. Some steep sections, both uphill and downhill, sometimes on paths with rough surfaces. On some days extensions or shortcuts are possible. Fitness: High standard of fitness is necessary. You should be able to walk for up to 78 hours a day, partly in the hot sun on dusty or stony tracks. Footpaths and waymarking: Most paths are relatively wellmaintained, but during the season some paths can get overgrown, especially the lesser used paths. (We are in continuous contact with local authorities to keep the paths clean – please help us by providing your feedback on the quality of the paths.)