The Path of the Gods is a nature trail about 9 kilometers long located within the Amalfi coast. Ideal for hiking and trekking, the route starts in Agerola and ends in Positano, a walk immersed in the most unspoiled nature.
In recent years it has become famous thanks to its sky-line, among the most evocative and famous in the world, which crosses the Amalfi coast rich in Mediterranean scrub where the vines grow along the ridge of the Lattari mountains that plunge into the blue of the sea of the coast from which it is possible to see the island of Capri.
The name derives from historical facts and legends according to which the Greek gods passed through here to save Ulysses from the sirens that were on the island of Li Galli. Even the writer Italo Calvino described this path as “that road suspended over the magical gulf of the” Sirens “still plowed today by memory and myth”, the same sentence can also be read on ceramic tiles located at the very beginning of the Path of the Gods.
The beauty of this path also lies in the absolute lack of man’s hand, the whole path is as mother nature conceived and subsequently shaped it over the centuries, man’s hand can only be appreciated for the presence of protective barriers (in some points) and the presence of excellent signs along the route.
• The price includes the bus journey only
• No bus repayment is expected in case of sights closed
• Estimated times, we are not responsible for the delay due to traffic condition or adverse conditions