Path of Tre Calli

The path of the Tre Calli is one of our favorites, first reason: the undoubted spectacularity of the landscape that we will have under our feet, just so, we will have the entire Amalfi Coast at our feet with Positano in the foreground, with a bright sea that will accompany us throughout the duration of the trek.
We start from the square of Bomerano, a hamlet of Agerola, the first stretch uphill, is divided between road and stairs, until you reach the village of Paipo, where there will be the entrance of the path, with a first part still uphill quite challenging, then once you reach the three calli on the mountain 1102 meters we will always remain at high altitude in a relaxing walk to Capo  Muro, where we will take our break eating a quick snack.
Here we will take a very scenic path that in less than two hours will take us to the to the starting point. 

path of tre calli
mountain guide

Distance: 9 km 

Altitude diff. : +680 m

Total duration: 5 h

Difficulty: “H”  (Moderate)


Hiking shoes, sticks, hat, sunglasses, water.

Trail suitable for everyone


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.