Paths

God' s path
from Bomerano to Positano

From Bomerano' square a very picturesque path takes to Positano. Along the way one reaches the Biscuit' s Cave where geological roks and ancient dwellings embedded on them can be admired. After passing over the Colle Serra crest the amazing and unique panorama overlooking the Sorrentine Penisula is simply divine.

Three Calli' s path
From Bomerano from Monte Tre Calli

Starting from the Bomerano's square going up towards Pendola and Paipo past the Casino house (ancient house) as far Capo Muro's ridge turning south along the Calavrice crest reach mount Three Calli with a 360 degree view overlooking Agerola and the Amalfi Coast.

Valle delle Ferriere
From San Lazzaro to Amalfi

Departing from San Lazzaro main square, we first climb the Mt. Murillo and then descend in the deep canyon of Valle delle Ferriere, which is a natural park rich of water and botanical rarities.

Giant's Teeth path
From Pianillo to Monte S. Angelo Tre Pizzi

Behind S. Peter's church in Pianillo there is a mule track that goes up to Locoli and the Sughero' s hill, where intersecting the " High Lattari's way" and going west rounding the pyramidal shape of mount S. Angelo one reaches the Blessed Water' s cave. A small climb will bring on top of the Lattari chain' s highest peak. On the highest of three summits you can admir Sorrento Penisula, Capri's island, the gulfs of Salerno and Naples and the Vesuvius.

Spring' s path
From Campora to Fonte Acqua Vracciara

Next to the "Leggia" waters' spring in Campora, a path skirts in a green valley along the Penise river between chestnut woods. On the way can be admired some ancient craggy refuges and the ruins of an old borbonian powder magazine. Later many springs: Fiubana, San Giuliano, Acqua Fredda and finally at 1.000 meters there is the Vracciara spring with an astonishing view of mount Vesuvio and and Gulf of Naples.

Fisherman Warf path
From Belvedere Fausto Coppi to Fiordo di Furore

Next to Belvedere Fausto Coppi an ancient staircase goes down steeply to the Coast. Along the deep gorge it reaches the Fiord of Furore, an old fishing hamlet recently totally restored to its original aspect.

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