Breathtaking views, ancient historic sites, and delectable local cuisine await on this memorable Amalfi Coast walking tour. Trek windswept clifftop trails, stroll cobblestone streets, and hike pastoral paths to organic farms accessible only by foot. Follow the famous “Path of the Gods,” looking out at the dramatic coastline, and wind your way through jasmine-scented gardens on the enchanting island of Capri. Visit Pompeii, where ancient Roman life lies preserved beneath a blanket of volcanic ash. Learn the region’s history and meet with talented local artisans. Sample delectable pastries and gelato, dining on terraces overlooking azure waters, and raise a glass to the region’s specialty – Limoncello. Experience the unforgettable heart of Italy’s natural beauty and historic charm, on your walking tour of the Amalfi Coast.
Grand Hotel Cocumella
The oldest hotel on the Sorrento Peninsula, the Grand Hotel Cocumella was built in 1637 as a Jesuit residence, becoming an inn 140 years later. Its elegant rooms, antique furnishings and exceptional views of the sea and grounds have attracted such visitors as Goethe, Mary Shelley and Freud. Set in a century-old park overlooking the sea, the hotel features a swimming pool, along with a private pier and sun terrace, for swimming in the sea. There are also a fully equipped gym and spa. Scintilla, an open-air garden restaurant, features local specialties, while Coku offers a fusion of Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine.
In Ravello’s privileged location overlooking the winding Amalfi coastline and Mediterranean, this historic four-star villa offers bright, spacious, air-conditioned guest rooms with tiled floors and classic décor, which is carried throughout the lounge and dining areas. Breathtaking sea views abound from guest rooms, the infinity pool and surrounding terrace. Local organic fare is featured in its restaurant, with alfresco dining and bar. Please note: this accommodation is available on limited departures.
Grand Hotel Santa Lucia
Built in 1900 in the Art-Nouveau style, the Grand Hotel Santa Lucia combines traditional Italian elegance with countless modern amenities. With an ideal location at the waters edge in the middle of the Centro Storico, the hotel positions you perfectly to explore the surrounding city. Enjoy views of the entire Bay of Naples, the majestic Castel dellOvo, Mount Vesuvius, and distant Capri.
Flight + Tour Combo
|Exceptional boutique accommodations|
|13 on-tour meals: 6 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinners|
|Local guides with you throughout tour|
|Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary|
|Travel assistance available 24/7 provided by One Call International|
|One extra night in Naples and one extra night in Sorrento|
|Airport car service for arrival & departure|
|Pre- and post-tour breakfasts|
|Business-class upgrades available|
Experience your destination like an insider with people who call it home.
Mauro Chiummo was born and raised in Sicily and has a Neapolitan background. His love of nature began with his time in the Boy Scouts, eventually leading to a career in Environmental Education where he spent 10 years providing adults and children with wilderness adventures and outdoor recreational activities. In addition to leading biking and walking tours in Italy, Mauro is an active member of the anti-mafia association called Adiopizzo. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter as well as playing volleyball and soccer, kayaking, running, and swimming. Plus, he’s a master ping-pong player! When not enjoying all his outdoor sports, you can find Mauro reading, singing, studying history, and cooking.
Costantino Di Losa
A native of the Island of Capri, Costantino Di Losa deftly combines his formal studies of history, art, and classics with his intimate knowledge of Italy. Costantino has traveled around the world and is a multilingual certified tour guide for the Campania Region, including the sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
A native of the Island of Capri and member of the Italian Environmental and Hiking Guide Association, Luigi Esposito has been guiding on the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, and Capri since 1996 and loves showing off Capri’s hidden corners and spectacular flora. Passionate about protecting and sharing the island’s natural assets, he founded “Capri Outdoors,” a volunteer organization promoting both preservation and active enjoyment of the island, and, in cooperation with the University of Naples, he monitors the Blue Lizard of the Faraglioni, one of Italy’s 10 most endangered species. Equally dedicated to safety, Luigi is a helicopter rescue technician for the Italian Mountain Search & Rescue Corps. When not busy guiding, Luigi promotes organic farming and farm-to-table cuisine through the management of his family’s land.
Giovanni Iacopetti was born and raised in Massa (northern Tuscany) and studied aerospace engineering while also working as a technician in local theaters before a love for the outdoors led him to change direction, eventually earning a PhD in Forest Ecology. Giovanni speaks four languages (English, Italian, French, Spanish) and, when not leading walking tours, enjoys playing music at Celtic festivals.
Vincenzo Falcone was born and raised in Amalfi, resides in Ravello, speaks four language fluently, and lived and traveled throughout the world before he started guiding walking tours in 1993. His favorite part of leading trips is sharing the stories of the past, present, and possible future of the Amalfi Coast with visitors while also introducing them to his home and friends. Vincenzo’s goal is for guests to return home knowing they have most certainly made new friends.
Born in Moscow, Dasha Dmitrieva moved to Florence at the young age of eleven, later studying languages and foreign literature at the University of Florence before becoming a professional guide in 2013. Dasha’s philosophy is that a guided tour is not only about art, history, and cuisine but it’s also about showing off her country as a local and a friend so that guests feel at home and have fun together. She wants to make all visitors feel like they are a true part of her wonderful country and that they fall in love with Italy as much as she has!
A graduate of the Naples School of Fine Arts, Alessandra di Castri is a performer and visual artist who lived in Canada for three years, returning to Italy fluent in English and French. Once settled again, she began researching the traditions and costumes of the Naples region where she has found great inspiration for her characters, paintings, and stories. Alessandra infuses her tours with a passion for the oral tradition, replete with the colorful expressions unique to the Campania region of Southern Italy.