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I felt on top of the world after my walk up through the Valle die Mulini! I intentionally left the bustle of Amalfi behind rapidly and walked to the top of the town, where opposite the Paper Museum is the start out of the walk....More
Wonderful and well-marked trail behind the town of Amalfi. Lemon groves, old paper mills, a babbling stream with some waterfalls. A nice getaway and something different than going to town or the waterfront. Hiking gear not required although definitely recommend tennis shoes. Additionally the hike...More
We had one vegetarian pizza (no cheese as the the cheese was made with Bovine rennet) with a courgette, pepper and rocket on top. Plus a salad which consisted of lettuce leaves, rocket and a few baby tomatoes. We had one bottle of coke and...More
Walk through the beautiful valley of the mills hidden in the hills behind the town of Amalfi. The water that flowed through the valley once powered medieval flour mills. Around the 12th century, the mills were converted to paper production, and Amalfi soon became known...More
We did this walk as part of an all day walk, but it can easily be done in a few hours. Stunning views over lemon groves, following the river up into the mountains, rewards you with the ruins of the paper mills dating back to...More
This is a wonderful escape from the busy streets of Amalfi. We didn't do a long tour, just up to the little organic farm and back (previous post gives good directions). We were carrying our toddler in an baby sling so I was nervous about...More
Amalfitown is charming but even in September it is very crowded. If you would like to experience a more peaceful and natural side of Amalfi hike up the valley of the paper mills.
You will experience the once working heart of Amalfi.
A side of...More
Had a great hike up a beautiful and different valley. Walked beside the flowing stream, complete with waterfalls, for the first hour, past overgrown and photogenic factory ruins. Plenty of forest and cool on a hot day.
Leaving the stream it was a steady climb...More
We visited this family run lemon business and were given an excellent tour of the grove and lemincelo factory. We had an excellent tasting, lunch and treated to a yoga session. It was a very different kind of visit, but really a lot of fun!