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My wife and I were in a group of six members of the Local Wonders Travel tour to take this "Walk of the Gods" hike at the Amalfi Coast. The weather was just perfect on that morning when we started-nice cool and sunny with a...More
My wife and I started the walk in Agerola and trekked back to Positano where we were staying. Took us about 2hours to finish. The views were great!
Getting there was the biggest challenge; buses to Bomerano from Amalfi we’re about hourly on a Sunday....More
This was a great experience, however not “easy” as have some have stated (and I am relatively fit). Begins with a few slow inclines, insane views but halfway there’s a tricky rock clombing part, but it’s doable. Then lots of lovely shady parts under the...More
We went on a G Adventures “local living” tour this past week. We stayed in Furore and it was about a 39 min walk up to Agerola where this hike started. Got some caffeine and snacks in town and started off. This trail has roots...More
I did a some research for this hike as there are many options and ways to do this hike. My friends and I ended up starting from Bomerano (Agerola) to Positano stopping in Nocelle.
We stayed in Furore, therefore it was only 10-15 mins bus...More
Starting the walk from Praiano with the intention of only going as far as San Domenico convent (580m), the views were so fabulous we were enticed into completing the Walk of the Gods all the way to Positano! You get great views across to Positano...More
Well worth it. We started in Positano and walked up the stairs to Nocelle. It’s a tough climb and I can see why many recommend starting the other end and walking back... that said if you are fit and like the challenge you won’t have...More
Our guide took us on the higher route from Bomerano, he pointed out the lower one is narrower with steeper drops. This is not an easy walk so be prepared, wear sensible footwear, bring plenty of water - it gets hot up there! It really...More
I've been to Italy many times and am tired of seeing museums and walking around the cities. So this time decided to focus on going on nature hikes and enjoying the outdoor country life instead. I did the Walk of the Gods on a very...More
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Fiordo di Furore is apparently closed due to rocks falling, but if you’re starting from there you have to take the little stairs going all the way up until you reach Bomerano. The stairs are not cleared and you’ll get full... More
Fiordo di Furore is apparently closed due to rocks falling, but if you’re starting from there you have to take the little stairs going all the way up until you reach Bomerano. The stairs are not cleared and you’ll get full of mosquito bites. Our hotel was located half way between the Fiordo and Bomerano and it take 30 mins going up or down the stairs both ways. Therefore, if you don’t want to hike for an hour before starting the actual hike of the Path of the Gods, you’re better off taking the SITA bus. Check the schedule as it changes every now and then. The bus is normally 1.30€ each way.