The Path of God, between sky and sea

Path of God - What to know

Some useful information

Where to start? Either from Agerola or from Praino
Where does it arrive? In Nocelle (Positano)
How long does it last? 3 hours approximately for 7, 8 km
Difficulty: low but don’t forget comfortable shoes, hat, water and something to eat

Path of God - How to reach it

Top 3 ways to reach Path of God

By public transport you can reach Agerola  starting from Amalfi with a Sita bus and from Positano to take a bus.
You can park your car in Bomerano instead (near the stadium, 5 euros per day).
Or move with a private transfer.

The Path of God - Where to eat

The best advice we can give you is to stop in one of the delicatessens of Agerola and have you prepare a sandwich with fiordilatte (a typical cheese of this area).
Or if you just want to dedicate yourself to the journey and leave lunch at the end, in Nocelle there are some good typical trattorias ready to welcome those who have just finished the path

How does it feel to be suspended between sky and sea? The sensation is that of flying and floating at the same time. Do you think it is impossible? Well then maybe it is the case to do the Path of the Gods, one of the most beautiful experiences you can do on the Amalfi Coast.

The name evokes something magical and unique and in fact the path, albeit a bit tiring, pays off for everything: the view sweeps over the sky and the sea and the gaze follows the entire line of the Amalfi Coast and reaches Capri.

The path connects Agerola and Nocelle, a mountain hamlet of Positano and is a path that winds along the coast through two types of vegetation, one part, starting from Bomerano (the starting point of the path) the vegetation is a bit barren and then after the first part, it becomes a very fragrant Mediteranean scrub, especially rosemary.
In the first part it will be very likely to meet some shepherds and some grazing animals …

The second part, the one that approaches Nocelle, more or less at the height of Praino (which you will look at from above) the path becomes a little more tortuous and also the differences in height increase until arriving in Nocelle, the hamlet of Positano .

Here, if the season permits, with another small effort of 300 steps you can reach the Arienzo beach, which we have also talked about here. For a well-deserved dip in the sea of ​​the Amalfi Coast.

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