As we were taking this walk in August we tried to start off earlyish and ended up catching the 8.05 SITA bus from Amalfi (I think they do go earlier), at this time of day it was relatively quiet on the bus and many of the passengers were also doing the walk. The bus journey up is quite an experience in itself as it twists and turns up the hill offering beautiful views on the way. We started the walk in Bomerano and walked to Positano, taking water (it was a really hot day), snacks and wearing walking shoes (was a good idea). The walk is well signposted and and within about 10 minutes we came to the official start. Very quickly you realise what a long way up it is but what magnificent views you get! The path itself is well defined for the most part, varied and wider at some points than others. There are rails towards the end but most of the time there were not. Going this way on the walk meant that the uphill bits were very few and far between! Being a little uneasy with heights we just made sure we walked carefully at all times. In a few places the path became very rocky and we had to really look out for the red and white markers to ensure we were going the correct way. Although there is not loads of shade we took the opportunity to get out of the sun when we could. There was a good sheltered spot towards Nocelle with a picnic bench where we had a stop and there are a few of these on the way. The views were amazing and just kept taking our breath away throughout the whole walk. We even met some people picking tomatoes who gave us a couple to eat which were delicious. At Nocelle we missed the places to eat and drink so decided to press on down the steps into Positano. There is a public toilet near the church in the square in Nocelle which was handy as we'd been walking for some time by then! The steps down to Positano were a bit of a chore but before too long we'd reached the bottom and walked along the road for about 10 mins into Positano. We stopped at the first bar we found and relaxed with a couple of large drinks! The walk from Bomerano to Positano took us about 6 hours but we walked very slowly and carefully, we stopped on many occasions to keep out of the sun, we took loads of photographs and so I'm sure on a cooler day it wouldn't take others as long. Truly a walk to remember!
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