Today we will take you to discover one of the wonders of our land with a unique trekking that will leave you speechless. We will walk on the edge of the crater between steam and fumarole, with the help of vulcanual guides that will make us know the story of our beloved Volcano, we will admire the majesty of the Great cone and the infinite beauty of the Gulf of Naples, with the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, that will make from background to this authentic adventure.
After the trekking is not better than a good glass of wine and a good dish of pasta, and for this reason we thought the option: “Hike and Wine on Mount Vesuvius”, with the Careter’s tour at the match, we meet the visit to a beautiful wine company right at the feet of the volcano, where the famous Lacryma Christi is produced, here we will be accompanied by a guide to the discovery of the secret of the wine-growing tours with vineyard and cellars tour (guides in English), and then all at table for lunch (appetizer, first, and sweet) with tasting of 6 wines, for a unique experience that you will not forget easily.
Distance: 5,5 km
Altitude diff.: +350 m
Total duration: 3 h
Difficulty: “T” (Easy)
Equipment: Sneakers, sticks, hat, sunglasses, anorak.
For this excursion (Hike & Wine on Mount Vesuvius) we need to book the table in advance at the winery. Fill in the fields below and send me a message, I will reply as soon as possible giving you all the details.
T = Tourist – Itinerary on small roads, stairs, mule tracks or wide paths. The routes generally do not require specific training other than that typical of the walk; suitable for everyone.
H = Hiking – Routes on paths or obvious traces in various types of terrain (pastures, debris, stones …). They are generally marked with red and white paint or only red They can also take place in snowy environments but only slightly inclined. They require training to walk even for a few hours and stress on the knees for the presence of long stretches of stairs, suitable for all.
EH = Experienced hikers – these routes are generally signposted but with some difficulty: the terrain can be made up of slippery slopes of grass, mixed of rocks and grass, rocks, although paths that do not require special equipment you can present individual rocky passages easy to climb (use of hands in some places). They require surefootedness and absence of vertigo. The physical preparation must be adequate for a day of fairly continuous walking.