Trekking has always been one of Agerola's main attractions. The paths stretch for miles across the Sorrento Peninsula through the Monti Lattari, offering beautiful views overlooking the coast, the Gulf of Salerno and the Gulf of Naples.
They are probabily among the most well known paths in the world and they have always been a popular destination among trekkers. These walks take place on paths used for centuries by local populations as the only way of connection between villages before the opening of the road between Amalfi and Agerola.
Placed in the middle of the Monti Lattari, Agerola is the best starting point to many paths along the Amalfi Peninsula, offering very different types of landscapes such as deep valleys carved by streams, high rock walls climbing up to 1400 m, forests of chestnut woods and old medieval monasteries, overlooking the sea of the Amalfi Coast. Many paths from Agerola leads to Amalfi, Conca, Furore, Praiano and Positano.

Il Sentiero degli Dei   view map
The name of this route (Path of the Gods) suggest many wonders and it keeps its promise.
Il Sentiero degli Dei is probably the best known of all pathways of the park and its reputation is definitely deserved. Starting from Bomerano you reach Positano through an incredible series of walls and caves, cultivated terraces and ruins of old houses, woods and beautiful views overlooking the sea.
  Il Sentiero degli Dei
You will probabily see on this path other hikers only, mostly foreigners, but it is still possible sometimes, to meet the occasional farmer with a mule laden with fruit and tools, going back to his tiny vegetable garden. The path is very large and well-mantained, always marked with trail signs, and the quite flat allowing everyone to fully enjoy one of the most beautiful places in the area. Only the final section of the path, the descent from Nocelle in Positano, requires some caution. It has 1700 steps,to be faced carefully, in order to prevent muscle problems or blisters.
Il Sentiero degli Dei   Description
The path starts at the square of Bomerano, Paolo Capasso, a small village of Agerola. Those arriving by car may park free about 100 meters off the main square. A sign near the church of St. Matteo provides information on historical and cultural trail and clearly indicates the direction to follow.
From here on, the presence of signs makes it impossible to miss it. Furthermore there are indications that mark the distance in kilometers at intervals of 100 meters.
The path leads down in few minutes to a wooden bridge, followed by steps and a short stretch of tarmac at the base of a rock wall.
The view on the left is suddenly wide open, overlooking the sea and the cultivated terraces that are continue up on various levels. A few hundred meters down the hill, you reach Grotta Biscotto (588 m), with its natural source of drinking water.
The cave is made up of many layers of rock partially filled with volcanic deposits, in which we can see the evidence (faults) of recent tectonic movements.
Here the trail connects with the route (CAI n° 27) from Furore (beginning at km 10 of road no. 366).
Il Sentiero degli Dei
It continues in the direction Positano/Nocelle and, after a short flat stretch, it passes the base of a limestone spire at the top of which there is a plaque commemorating Ettore Padano, mountaineer CAI of Naples, who got many young people into practicing climbing.
A few steps go up to a junction on the right, but our route follows the left indicating Positano/Praiano/Nocelle.
At the Colle Serra (578 m) additional steps, this time downward, leading to another crossroads: on the left begins the path n° 19 that in about 1 hour and 30 minutes leads to Vettica Maggiore and Praiano. On the right is track n° 27 for Nocelle and Positano. There are some houses, occasionally inhabited, but accessible only by foot or mule. Superb views of Vettica Maggiore. At Point 1300 you take a branch to climb up on the right. The trail becomes very exposed for over 1 km and you have to be careful, especially with children. In Località Cannati some tables are placed there for those who want to relax, enjoyning a panoramic view. After a stretch behind a high wall in which there are small caves, the trail climbs among rocks, but plain red arrows show the way. After Point 2400, the trail continues through holm oak trees. You pass a couple of very deep valleys, where wooden rails protect the trail, but some of it are not protected.
At Point 4500 we reach the village of Nocelle, where you can stop in a couple of B & B and you can rest in the shade of a small cut out in the wall, complete with a drinking fountain.
Il Sentiero degli Dei
Here the trail joins the route n° 31: you can go right, towards Montepertuso (path n° 31A) to Positano, or to the left, going down the first of 1700 steps in about 1 hour, 420 meters down to Arienzo, on the coastal highway 163. Here you can walk (10 minutes) to Positano or take a SITA bus to return to Bomerano, via Amalfi.
Another route called "Sentiero degli Dei" is the path CAI n° 02, a variant of the Via dei Lattari: from Crocella (1.002 m), via Capo Muro (1.072 m),it joins the High Street at the Forest Barracks (767 m). In certain cases this path is called the top one, while the one described above is known as the lower trail. It is considered the most spectacular and accessible track down for all. Although the route is always easy and with no chance of getting lost, in some places it is exposed and unprotected: it is strongly recommended to supervise any children holding their hands in the most dangerous parts. The source (Cava Biscotto) is the beginning of the path, so it is advisable to have a large water bottle, especially on hot days. The fountain in Nocelle is perfect to cool off before facing the long descent.

Useful information

  • Length: 10.16 km
  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Vertical drop: 638 meters total (220 m approximately Bomerano Nocelle, about 420 m from Nocelle in Positano)
  • Travel time: 4 hours
  • Required equipment: boots, hat, rucksack, water
Getting there
  • By car: from the road Amalfitana n° 163,after reaching Vettica Minore, take the road that, winding uphill, leads to Bomerano (11 km). From the north you reach Castellammare and follow the signs to Gragnano/Agerola (about 15 km)
  • By public transport: frequent SITA Buses reach Agerola/Bomerano leaving from Amalfi, Castellammare or Naples

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La Valle delle Ferriere e dei Mulini   view map

This route starts from Pontone, a small part of Scala dominated by the ruins of the Chiesa di Sant'Eustachio (XII century), where the apse remains standing.
Towards the valley stands the solitary and austere Ziro Tower, which dominates both Amalfi and Atrani.
The route allows you to explore one of the most pristine and isolated corners of the park.

  Valle delle ferriere
Following the stream Canneto we enter a narrow valley between the peaks of Monte Campanaro (1,058 m), Monte Rotondo (1,038 m), Monte Cervigliano (1203 m) and Monte Ciavano (1,036 m), in the Southeast of Monti Lattari.
Rich in water, this valley has hosted a few paper mills and a foundry in the past. The metal came from Elba Island, shipped to Amalfi and transported by mule along the valley to the foundry. The energy was supplied from the water and the heat needed to melt the metal was obtained by burning wood, which was readily available.
Before leaving Pontone, the trail passes through the narrow streets of the center, under sopportici (arches under houses), where household items are displayed to remember how people lived there shortly after the war. The environment of the reserve is very charming, full of waterfalls that create ideal conditions for the proliferation of a rich fauna and flora. Here you can easily see the "Woodwardia radicans", a local species of fern, or you may come across small and rare amphibians.
The path continues towards Amalfi passing some old abandoned mills that precede a visit to a restored one in the town center.
Valle delle Ferriere   Description
The trail starts from the village of Pontone. From Piazza San Giovanni it leads northwest and uphill, crossing narrow, whitewashed streets, continuing through a walled area bordering orchards and vineyards. Occasionally a door ajar, offers an intriguing look at the citrus groves, protected by long poles made of chestnut wood. The terraced gardens occupy any space remaining on the slopes. At the end of the paved section you turn onto CAI n. 23 (from Chiorito, village of Amalfi).
The view on the left offers a magnificent landscape over the valley and Amalfi. On the opposite side one can see the houses of Pogerola. Further up, the valley is closed by high limestone walls, punctured by caves and ravines. On the same side you can see a pipe coming down from the mountain. Hidden by vegetation is the lock of a former power station.
You then come to a fork: the right path leads back toward the top of the valley, while the left hand one reaches the foundry after passing over a bridge. The building, now in ruins, is huge and overlooks the valley with a large arch under which the river flows into a waterfall.
Water is the predominant element in the valley: in the past it was used to move the machinery of the foundry(and paper mills of Amalfi). The water was conveyed by the viaduct which is still visible. At this point the trail turns sharply, heading downstream.
Passing under the bridge instead of following the pipeline, you walk on the left bank of the river, then move on (after 5 minutes), using a rudimentary bridge (a tree trunk).
A short trail leads 50 meters uphill and it follows the Power Station pipeline until it reaches two locks facing the fences of the National Nature Reserve "Valle delle Ferriere".
Here, the river receives several tributaries that form waterfalls of different heights: the environment is cool and fresh even in summer.
Inside the reserve you can see a beautiful waterfall and many specimens of the local fern "Woodwardia radicans".
Going back to the same road to the foundry, you join path CAI n° 25, all downhill and always in shade, leading to Amalfi in about 45 minutes.
On the way down, along the river which has many rapids and small waterfalls, you walk along the ruins of old mills, which made Amalfi famous for its paper.
Further on the stream flows about 20 feet lower than the path. A rocky stretch follows, and then a paved road begins. Stone walls and lemon groves announce the arrival in Amalfi.
In the town centre, besides the Cathedral and Chiostro del Paradiso, you can visit a recently restored old mill.
Valle delle ferriere
Valle delle ferriere

National Nature Reserve "Valle delle Ferriere" is fenced. For visits, contact "Centro Visite del Corpo Forestale", Pontone, in advance.

Useful information

  • Difficulty: E (easy for everyone)
  • Vertical drop: about 300 m
  • Travel time: 4 hours including a visit to the reserve
  • Required equipment: boots, hat, rucksack, water, a jacket or sweatshirt to protect from moisture and cool temperature

Getting there

  • By car: from the state n. 163 Amalfitana follow direction to Ravello until the junction for Pontone di Scala. From the north, along the A3 motorway, exit at Angri and about 20 km further Pontone, passing Sant'Egidio del Monte Albino, Corbara, Valico di Chiunzi, Ravello
  • By public transport: SITA buses from Salerno reach Amalfi and from here you can go to Ravello, choosing a bus ride stopping at Pontone or stopping at the junction to Pontone, 1 kilometer away from the village

• SITA timetable •



Monte Faito and Molare   view map

Who, accustomed to the lower parts of Lattari, believes that these mountains are bare and sunny, will be amazed by the abundance of shade and coolness of this trial. It gives the classic idea of the Apennines, with beech trees and limestone.
Once on top, the proximity of the sea becomes very clear: your gaze inevitably falls on the coast below. The contact between the cobalt blue sea with white stones and the green of the woods makes this tour unique.

  Il Monte Faito e il Molare

The path is large and comfortable.The trail of the CAI route is marked with large, red painted arrows and the letter "M". The top of Pizzo S. Michele, better known as Monte Molare (Molar) due to its distinctive shape, offers the opportunity to discover one of the greatest landscapes in all Campania.
We are on the highest part of the mountain range: from here you can enjoy the view of the entire territory of the park. On a clear day you can see all the mountains of Campania to the north, the mountains of Gaeta, il Massico and Matese; Tifatini to the west, Monte Partenio, i Picentini and Monte Terminio, Monti Alburni and the mountains of Cilento to the south, at the end of the Gulf of Salerno.
And then standing unique a few miles away, the profile of Vesuvius, the islands of the Gulf of Naples: Ischia, Procida and Capri. The latter gives the impression that it is joined to the mainland.

Il Monte Faito e il Molare   Description

Starting from the center of Castellammare (practically at sea level) the cablecar reaches the upper station (1,102 m) in 8 minutes. From here you can start your walk along the path CAI n° 36, which heads south-east up to1,200 meters. The path is flat and, passing through the summit of Mount Faito (1,131 m),Vene Falconea (1,207 m) and Porte di Faito(1,222 m) leads, in 2 hours, to the Sanctuary of San Michele (1,278 m), near a high concentration of antennas.
The path is easy to follow. Four paved crossroads downhill separate the sanctuary from a quarry, from which the CAI path n° 50 direct to Monte Molare begins.
Anyone wishing to walk less can reach the quarry by car from Vico Equense, 20 km of picturesque mountain road. From the quarry, near a large rectangular concrete block, a road begins (closed by bars) that runs along the western slope of the mountain. The path n° 50 instead follows the eastern side, beginning to the left of the square with a sharp drop down of about 30 meters before continuing to rise. From the square we can see a red-white signal, while a few meters away, just inside the forest, a sign indicates "Molare-Acqua Santa".

Il Monte Faito e il Molare
The path connects immediately with trail n° 36, coming from the sanctuary of St. Michele and the cablecar station.
The track is clear: it follows a rubber pipe and it reaches a wide landscape of the valley shortly after. From here the trail continues under high walls to the source of Acqua Santa (Holy Water).
The trail goes slightly downhill, and then begins to climb gently. After few minutes the trail crosses the Alta Strada dei Lattari(CAI path n° 00): the right path leads to Monte Molare (1.444 m) and Croce della Conocchia (1.266 m), the left one goes down to Agerola.
This route passes behind the high walls and landslides of Monte Catiello (1,326 m) and it is closed sometimes because it is considered dangerous.
At the end of a climb it reaches the junction between the Conocchia (Alta Via dei Lattari) and Monte Molare.
A few meters uphill there is a beautiful landscape on the western side of the peninsula.
The path on the left reachs a saddle on the southern side of Monte Molare. A steep walk among rocks leads to its peak.
At Point 4500 we reach the village of Nocelle, where you can stop in a couple of B & B or rest in the shade of a small cut out in the wall with a drinking fountain.
Il Monte Faito e il Molare
Here the trail joins route n° 31 which, heading right, leads to Positano via Montepertuso. The left trail leads to Arienzo, on the Amalfi Coast, after 1700 steps. Here you can walk (10 minutes) to Positano or take a SITA bus to return to Bomerano, via Amalfi.

In winter, snow and ice can make this route unwalkable. During periods of bad weather the latter parts of the path are often shrouded in cloud and fog.

Useful information

  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Vertical drop: 200 m around the quarry, about 300 m from the cable car station
  • Travel time: 2 hours from the quarry; 6 hours from the cable car station
  • Required equipment: boots, hat, rucksack, water

Getting there

  • By car: you can drive to Castellammare, take the cable car and begin the hike from the upper station or, still from Castellammare, take the road n° 145 to Sorrento, leaving at Vico Equense and follow signs to Mt Faito, reaching the village of Faito (16 km) or directly to the quarry (further 4 km)
  • By public transport: Castellammare is easily reachable by train or bus, from here you take the cable car Faito (closed in winter), arriving at upper station in 8 minutes


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Punta Campanella and Baia di Ieranto   view map

At the outer reaches of the Sorrentine Peninsula, with a magnificent view of the Gulf of Naples and then the Gulf of Salerno, the route takes place almost entirely on the last stretch of the Via dei Lattari between Nerano and Termini.
Furthermore, the island of Capri is always visible, with its Faraglioni on view. The path reaches Torre della Minerva, overlooking the sea.

  Punta Campanella e Baia di Ieranto
Not far away, recent archaeological excavations have unearthed a Roman paved street, the "Via Minerva" and the remains of a villa.
The route runs to the edge of the Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella. Since 1997, it protects the entire stretch of coast between Vico Equense and Positano.
It is a true paradise for diving enthusiasts. The bays of Mitigliano and Ieranto are well worth a visit.
The latter can be reached from Nerano, a beautiful variant of the main path that reaches "Torre di Montalto", built in a beautiful location overlooking both the bay and the Amalfi Coast.
Punta Campanella e Baia di Ieranto   Description

The path starts from the village of Termini, following the base of the northern slope of Monte San Costanzo.
On the right there is a beautiful view overlooking the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the islands of Ischia and Procida, visible on clear days. In about half an hour it reaches Torre della Minerva and the lighthouse, overlooking the island of Capri and its Faraglioni. From here, through a narrow crack in the rock, you can descend to "Grotta della Minerva".There are also beautiful views of the nearby Baia di Ieranto.
If you have limited time you can return to Termini by the same path, but to enjoy a truly exceptional view you should continue, following the trail signs.

The route proceeds through rocks along the western ridge of Monte San Costanzo, reaching its peak of 497 m. Much of the trail runs along the southern edge of the mountain, overlooking the Bay of Ieranto.
From here a steep canyon descends to the sea and shortly after you reach a paved road. Follow it to the northeast towards the church of San Costanzo and take route n° 46 on the left, leading in 15 minutes to the village of Termini.

Punta Campanella e Baia di Ieranto

If you want to visit the magnificent Cala Ieranto you should continue along the route n° 00, near the peak of Monte San Costanzo and reach Nerano.
From there, take route n°39. This path is really worth it, because you can discover one of the wildest corners of the peninsula, with its sea and high limestone cliffs on the right, the magnificent view of the lighthouse of Punta Campanella and just beyond, the cliffs of Capri.
The return is via the same route: trail n° 39 to Nerano, then n° 00 to Monte San Costanzo. From here we descend to Termini (route n°46).

  Punta Campanella e Baia di Ieranto

The stretch between Punta Campanella and Monte San Costanzo has some exposed points. It is highly recommended to be careful with children. The trail is also steep and it has no shade, so we suggest in summer to carry a good supply of water and to wear a hat.
Same recommendation for the trail to Cala Ieranto. It is good practice to avoid strarting the trails in the middle of the day. In high season the tiny beach at the bottom could be crowded.

Useful information

  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Vertical drop: 300 m down from Termini to the lighthouse, 450 meters uphill from the lighthouse to Monte San Costanzo, 500 m downhill from Monte San Costanzo to the Bay of Ieranto
  • Travel time: 2 hours to the lighthouse and back, 4 hours, passing through Monte San Costanzo, 6 hour reaching the Bay of Ieranto
  • Required equipment: boots, hat, rucksack and a good supply of water

Getting there

  • By car: Termini is reachable from n° 145 Statale Sorrentina Road. From Sorrento follow indications for Massalubrense/Termini. From the south follow the Amafi Coast Road. After Positano, at S. Pietro, take road n° 145 for S. Agata sui due Golfi and then Termini
  • By public transport: from Naples and in general from the north you can reach Sorrento with Circumvesuviana trains and from there continuing by SITA bus. From Salerno connections with SITA buses

• SITA timetable •




From Agerola to the plateau of Monte Cerreto   view map

Monte Cerreto (1.316 m) is the second highest peak of Monti Lattari. The main path of the Via dei Monti Lattari passes Monte Cerreto through the crossing point between Valico di Chiunzi and Agerola.

  Punta Campanella e Baia di Ieranto
Da Agerola all'altipiano del Monte Cerreto   Descrizione dell’itinerario

This route is easy to follow and lasts about 3 hours. It starts from "Località Scialli" in Agerola at the junction of Via Radicosa, climbing to the Pateau of Pontichito (see map).
At the location crossroad, take the trail on the left (the only one leading uphill), passing along a private chestnut wood on the left, keeping right(see map), until an open square where you leave the trail to follow a footpath marked by an orange sign painted on a rock.
The path climbs to "Colle S. Antonio"(see map), marked by orange painted signs, leading to "Imbarrata" (see map) where it connects to trail CAI n° 300 (Alata Via).
Here, the trail continues straight on, entering a dirt track lined by metal fences that surround the reserve, until the next open square, indicating the junction to "Sorgente dell'Acqua Fredda" on the left.
Pay attention just ahead at the side of CAI showing directions for Monte Cerreto. Take the path climbing up on the left following the signs, to pass over the mountain overlooking the Gulf of Naples.

Da Agerola all'altipiano del Monte Cerreto

Continue along the CAI path, paying attention when it reaches a junction nearby two mountain homes. Take the road down the right, along "Casa del Megano" (see map) and continue straight, going up the mountain to a subsequent plateau that leads to the road to Gragnano: pay attention and follow the orange painted signs again, indicating a right turn.
Here the path begins a gentle climb to reach another plateau. Keep on walking to the right, reaching the last square before beginning the climb to Monte Cerreto.
Take the path that leads to the left, always marked by orange signs, and continue until you reach a small junction that leads down to Scala and, slightly to the left, climbs up to the Plateau of Monte Cerreto.

  Da Agerola all'altipiano del Monte Cerreto

We suggest you walk up to Monte Cerreto from Agerola and return to the starting point varying parts of the path around Monte Cervigliano (1.202 m).

Useful information

  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Length: 9.11 km
  • Difficoltà: E (facile, con tratti esposti)
  • Vertical drop: 721 meters minimum, maximum 1,110 m
  • Travel time: one hour 45 minutes
  • Required equipment: boots, hat and sunscreen, backpack day, good supply of water

Getting there

  • By car: Road n° 163 to Vettica Minore. Turn to Bomerano. From the north: Castellammare di Stabia, then following directions to Gragnano/Agerola
  • By public transport: frequent SITA buses reach Agerola/Bomerano from Amalfi, Castellammare and Naples
• SITA timetable •




The "Tre Calli"   view map

Lovely climbing to the "Massiccio dei tre Calli", surmounting the West Valley of Agerola. The name "Tre Calli" (three Corns) comes from the distinctive shape of the three peaks followed in line.
The path is quite steep but the beautiful view you see reaching 1.100 meters above sea level deserves a bit of hard work. Not just from "Monte tre Calli" but throughout the ridge-line until "Sella di Capo Muro" you'll see beautiful, wide-open landscapes, particullary on clear days.

  I tre Calli
I tre Calli   Usually you reach "Capo Muro" coming from Bomerano via Paipo to go to "Forestale" (crossing the landslide) or from "Sella di Crocella", along "Alta Via dei Lattari" (CAI n° 00). If you don't want to face a too long path you can walk "Monte tre Calli-Monte Calabrice-Capo Muro" in a shorter path that can lead to many variations.
Bomerano is the obvious starting point but having a car you can start higher up, on Paipo's road, next to two hairpin bends (panoramic view). This way you save 200 meters difference in level and almost 3 Km. mostly on tarmac and steepy stairs.
It is advisable to climb up Monte tre Calli because the path, often made of road metal, can be slippery going downhill. The path is clearly visible on the first part, it follows the ridge-line and it is paved with rocks.
At the end of this very steep first part, the path goes plain next to a sheep-fold, then it stars to climb again, turning right, but we suggest to leave the path, made of loose vulcanic rocks, and continuing to climb on most comfortable ground along the ridge-line up to the peak.
From the peak of "Monte tre Calli" it is worth to walk some hundred meters the ridge-line in the opposite direction (great views, among the others a beautiful one on Praia's Valley and "Colle Serra").
From here you reach "Capo Muro" walking on the ridge-line or following the most comfortable path that runs mostly plain south-west of the ridge-line. The first walk obviously offers wider views but it has more climbs up (100 meters difference in level).
Arriving at Capo Muro (1.079 m.) you are on "S.Maria del Castello, Forestale, (landslide), Capo Muro-Bomerano" path and walking 2 Km. towards north you can reach "Alta Via dei Monti" path, next to Colle Garofalo.
From Capo Muro you can descend on Paipo's road (as shown on the map) or towards the path that leads to "Forestale", turning left, crossing the beginning of "Vagnulo" path (towards Nocelle), reaching Paipo's road.
I tre Calli
I tre Calli
I tre Calli

Informazioni pratiche

  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Length: 1,53 km
  • Difficoltà: E (facile, con tratti esposti)
  • Vertical drop: 831 meters minimum, maximum 1,110 m
  • Travel time: one hour
  • Required equipment: boots, hat and sunscreen, backpack day, good supply of water

Getting there

  • By car: from the road Amalfitana n° 163,after reaching Vettica Minore, take the road that, winding uphill, leads to Bomerano (11 km). From the north you reach Castellammare and follow the signs to Gragnano/Agerola (about 15 km)
  • By public transport: frequent SITA Buses reach Agerola/Bomerano leaving from Amalfi, Castellammare or Naples


• SITA timetable •



From Agerola to Mostaculo   view map

Leave Agerola by car, reaching the car park in Via Cavallo (see map). Walk on the large trail uphill until "Colle Palombelle", where a rock with the sign CAI 300 shows the "Alta Via dei Lattari", with a diversion to Monte Faito. Keep walking straight on towards "Colle S. Angelo."

  Agerola - Mostaculo
Agerola - Mostaculo   For those arriving to Agerola on SITA bus, stop at "Uscita Traforo Agerola" and walk the road along "Gallery Bar", Via Traforo, that crosses the main road, and take the trail uphill to the left, leading to Colle S. Angelo.
From here, the two trails join along the "Alta Via dei Lattari".
Turn right at the next junction (on the left the "Tre Fonti" path starts), reaching the entrance of "Riserva Integrale" (Bivio Pontichito) and keep on the left toward "Canali" along the reserve fence.
The trail continues wide and comfortable until a small open square heading left to "Acqua al Vrecciaro" (joining the "Tre Fonti" path).
Keep walking straight on until the next junction that leads to S. Maria ai Monti to the left and heads to Altopiano di Mostaculo on the right, walking along the reserve fence.
Agerola - Mostaculo
Agerola - Mostaculo

Useful information

  • Length: 7.29 km
  • Difficulty: E (easy, with exposed sections)
  • Vertical drop: ascent 261 meters, 62 meters down
  • Travel time: 1 hour and thirty minutes
  • Required equipment: oots, hat, rucksack, water

Getting there

  • By car: Agerola is 24 km away from the motorway A3 Napoli-Salerno. Exit at Castellammare. Continue on road n° 366 to Agerola, until the junction of Gragnano
  • By public transport: frequent SITA buses reach Agerola from Amalfi, Castellammare and Naples


• SITA timetable •

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