Path of the Gods

The Path of the Gods, certainly one of the most beautiful paths in the world, is the most popular route in Italy. Following easy passages bordered by spectacular cliffs and crossing various gorges, the path offers unparalleled views of Positano, the Amalfi Coast, and the islands of Li Galli and Capri.
Very interesting are also the terraced cultivations and the ancient rural buildings scattered along the way.
We start from Agerola and in three hours we reach the village of Nocelle, where our hike ends, but not before tasting the proverbial lemon juice or granita of the Amalfi Coast, from here you can reach Positano by stairs in 45′ or by public bus.

For this trek is possible to combine the formula “Lunch at shepherd’s hut” with the tasting of local produce in a spectacular location, for small groups it’s possible also at sunset. (watch the video below).

Sentiero degli Dei
mountain guide

Distance:  8 km 

Altitude diff. : +250 m

Total duration: 4 h

Difficulty: “H” (Moderate)

Hiking shoes, sticks, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, water

Trail suitable for everyone.

live the experience “Path of the Gods at Sunset with tasting at the shepherd’s house”
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hike & wine vesuvius

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.

hike & wine vesuvius

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.