One of the 8 must-visit UNESCO World Heritage cultural landscapes in Italy
5 days / 4 nights during off-peak seasons.
March edition: from Saturday 25th to Wednesday 29th 2023
December edition: from Saturday 9th to Wednesday 13th 2023
The Amalfi Coast has 5 million visitors per year and is one of the most visited areas of Campania; this is one of the reasons to visit it during off-peak seasons! The tour takes in stretches of coastline reaching from Positano to Vietri sul Mare along the Tyrrhenian coast of southern Italy, offering spectacular views of the Gulf of Salerno and Capri Island, one of the most sought-after destinations among travellers who participated in the Grand Tour.
The towering cliffs, enchanting coves and small bays, terraces dotted with vines, citrus fruit and olive trees, together with its fashion shops and artisan workshops make this a truly unique destination.
The tour consists of 4 different trekking routes including the island of Capri, that all start and end at the same accommodation in either Maiori or Minori, two villages on the Amalfi Coast.
After each trek you can try the typical food and wine: Amalfi lemons, wine from the coastal vineyards, Cetara’s colatura di alici (an amber-coloured liquid condiment with an intense salty flavour used to season spaghetti), and ‘ndunderi (large gnocchi made from semolina and ricotta cheese).