Can you walk along the Amalfi Coast?
The Amalfi Coast is a great walk for seven months of the year and extends well into autumn due to the warmth of the sea, although later autumn and early spring bookings may necessitate a change of accommodation due to hotels (on the coast and on Capri) closing for the winter.
What is the best month to go to the Amalfi Coast?
The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is in May or September. It’s at its most enjoyable during these months — expect beautiful weather and lots of activities, without the summer crowds. Temperatures normally sit around 68°F to 77°F. The Amalfi Coast is less busy from November to March.
What to know before going to Amalfi Coast?
10 things you should know about the Amalfi Coast before you go
- It’s expensive.
- It’s busy.
- Driving the coast isn’t fun.
- Buses are your best bet for travelling around – with a caveat.
- Always get a ferry somewhere.
- Path of the Gods is hard work.
- Beaches are often hard to get to.
Can you get around the Amalfi Coast without a car?
You can also reach the Amalfi coast without a car. Sita buses go to all the towns of Amalfi via two routes: Sorrento – Positano – Amalfi and Amalfi – Salerno. There is no route that goes along the entire coast, so if you want to travel further you will have to change buses.
Is it hard to walk Amalfi Coast?
The walk is around 9km in total and should take between 4-5 hours, making it more suitable for experienced hikers. However, there is a lower level option taking you around the mountain’s crest that still offers some of the best of the Amalfi Coast viewpoints.
What is the difference between Positano and Amalfi Coast?
Positano is located at the far end of the Amalfi Coast just south of the Sorrentine Peninsula and can be reached by car or bus via a panoramic coastal road that winds its way along the water’s edge. There are ferry routes that only run during the summer months.