The Path of the Gods, is a path that brings with it mystery and transcendence, where unspoiled nature extends for 9 km within the Amalfi Coast, giving tourists remarkable surroundings.

The Path of the Gods, is a path that brings with it mystery and transcendence, where unspoiled nature extends for 9 km within the Amalfi Coast, giving tourists remarkable surroundings.

Amalfi coast trekking: the path of the gods from Agerola to Positano

7 hours are enough to touch the sky with a finger and immerse yourself in the immaculate beauty of a sacred landscape. The Path of the Gods has a total length of 10 km, round trip, starting from Agerola and finishing in Positano and winds through two paths: high and low. The high path, which starts from Bomerano (Agerola) and ends in Santa Maria del Castello, is suitable for experienced hikers as it has many climbs and steep stretches, while the low path that crosses Nocelle is an easier journey.

In both cases, the panorama offers wonderful and priceless experiences. Let us remember, in fact, that we are talking about a difference in height of 200 m, reaching a height that allows us to have the entire Gulf of Salerno under our feet. From here it is possible to admire Capri, Punta Penna and the Li Galli Island.

During the Sentiero degli Dei trekking it is possible to stop and refresh yourself with a snack comfortably seated on the benches of the panoramic terraces located in more protected areas. You can admire the gulf and take advantage of regaining some energy before continuing the journey.

Path of the Gods itinerary. Grotta del Biscotto, rock villages and the Pistillo: places not to be missed

The itinerary begins as soon as you set out from Bomerano where you meet the Grotta del Biscotto located at 524 m above sea level, where there are cliffs and precipices. The unusual name is due to the geological conformation of the rock, which lends the imagination to associate with the toasted bread of Agerola.

Further on are the “rock villages”, ancient settlements built directly into the rock and dating back to the Saracen period. Continuing on you arrive at the Pistillo path, a pointed rock spur from which it takes its name.

In the middle of the path there is the Colle Serra pass where, within a few meters, the plaque in memory of Giustino Fortunato, who gave the path its name, can be found.

The path ends in Nocelle, after a hike made of rises and falls, where 1500 steps lead to the Amalfi state road in Arienzo or in Montepertuso, a village of Positano.

Path of the Gods how to arrive and return comfortably with a transfer service

The Path of the Gods is quite a challenging path considering the 7 hours of walking and the 10 km grind. To relieve at least the fatigue of the outbound and return journeys, you can rely on a transfer service such as Gaeta Taxi Service.

If you decide to leave from Gaeta or another city in Lazio, or from the station or airport, our taxi service takes you to your destination in complete tranquility and comfort.

If you want to try the unmissable hiking experience of the Path of the Gods, it is recommended that you take advantage of the brightest hours of the day. This means that it is necessary to embark on the journey early to reach the coast. The most convenient way is to rely on a punctual and reliable transfer service, not only for the departing journey but also for the return, with predefined rates and no surprises for additional costs.

Our transfers, in fact, do not require the use of a taximeter, consequently a possible lengthening of travel times caused by traffic does not imply an increase in costs.

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