Naples, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Sorrento, Amalfi, Massa Lubrense, Bomerano, Montepertuso, Positano

£1699—Solo travel: Amalfi Coast walking tour

Carol Linfield
An average temperature of 22°C makes October an ideal time to explore the Amalfi Coast by foot

Why We Love This Deal

With this solo walking tour of Italy's Sorrentine Peninsula, you'll pass by remote picturesque villages, ancient paths and farmland, take a private boat through blissful bays, admire stunning waterfalls, and explore Roman ruins, along with like-minded solo travellers and plenty of breathtaking scenery inbetween. 

What's included

  • Return flights from London Gatwick
  • All overseas transfers
  • Seven nights at the Hotel Piccolo Paradiso
  • Daily breakfast and dinner, and one lunch
  • Excursions and hiking as detailed in the itinerary
  • Just You host and local guide

When
Depart from London Gatwick on 6 October, 2024.

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Itinerary
You will fly to Naples and transfer to your hotel in the charming fishing village of Massa Lubrense, where you'll get a double or twin room all to yourself, meet fellow solo travellers and your guide. The resort boasts stunning views over the Sorrento Peninsula, features two swimming pools, as well as direct access to Punta Lagno beach from the large sun terrace.

The following morning, after breakfast you will visit the village of Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi and on to the Monastery of Il Deserto to admire its panoramic views overlooking Naples and Salerno, before setting off on your first walk. You'll follow ancient paths up to the peaceful hamlet of Casarlano, and then head to Sorrento. Along the way there's a stop for lunch at Farm La Sorgente, where you'll enjoy the terraced gardens and see where lemons, oranges, olives and grapes are grown. Then, learn how local farmers make ricotta and mozzarella cheese, before sampling with some local wine and Limoncello. The walk then continues to the delightful fishing village of Marina Grande. Here, you'll board a private boat for a cruise along the coast and sail past the Roman ruins of Villa Giovanna, idyllic bays and a pretty fishing village.

On day three you'll begin your walk into Amalfi town, then follow the Vallée des Ferrières through peaceful woodland, the national park, and onto its calming and striking waterfalls.

The next day is free for you to spend as you please in Massa Lubrense. Chill out at the hotel, head to the beach, or take an optional excursion to Pompeii.

Day five begins in Termini di Massa Lubrense and a visit the local grocery, fruit and vegetable shops. From here, you'll set off on foot for a gentle climb up to one of the two peaks of Monte San Costanzo. There is a little white chapel at the top along with breathtaking views out across the glistening waters of the bays of Salerno and Naples. 

The village of Bomerano is your next stop. You'll stroll through fields of vegetables to join the Path of the Gods trail which clings to the Amalfi Coast. The scenery promises to be spectacular, as you look down to see rocky cliffs and bays plunging into the sea. You'll then continue to the remote village of Nocelle, where you'll watch small cable cars deliver local essentials before continuing on to the small town of Montepertuso. Next, get free time to explore the surroundings, before a short walk down a steep staircase into Positano. Here you can relax on the beach or explore Positano at leisure.

The final day offers an optional excursion to Capri or a rest day to yourself, before flying back to London from Naples the following day. 

Other options

  • Add a trip to Capri from Massa Lubrense, from £120pp
  • Add a trip to the Roman city of Pompeii, from £85pp

Transfers & baggage
Transfers are included throughout. A checked-baggage allowance of 20kg per person, return, is included.

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When You Can Go

6 Oct, 2024

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