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Valle delle Ferriere

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Reviewed November 12, 2018

My husband & I booked this trek/tour directly with Valle delle Ferriere which was great since we didn't book the proper authorization through the park to enter into the natural preserve at the end which is guarded by park rangers. I was lucky enough to...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank BrianP634
Reviewed October 21, 2018

Many steps up included in this climb up the valley but it was made much easier watching a laborer carry a huge crate of lemons down the hill on his back. Wow!! The lemon grove terraces are amazing all the way up the bottom half...More

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank mandotraveler
Reviewed October 10, 2018 via mobile

This was so not what we expected. We thought it would be a leisurely stroll to see some old mills but the waterfalls, old mills, bridges and narrow paths made the trek one of the most spectacular activities to do in Amalfi. The local hotels...More

Date of experience: October 2018
3  Thank jpdra
Reviewed October 5, 2018

We walked up the Main Street of Amalfi and then followed the signs for the walk. The first set of steps are the most challenging. Quickly you are amongst lemon and lime groves and the view back to Amalfi is wonderful. We stopped at the...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Kate5757
Reviewed September 24, 2018

This is a wonderful hike easily reachable from downtown Amalfi. The Hiking in Amalfi book said it would take two hours- figure on three. It combines fantastic views with the interesting ruins of an old iron factory. the trail is well marked with stairs where...More

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank Scooter1951
Reviewed September 21, 2018 via mobile

Had a wonderful visit to this unique corner of the Amalfi coast immersed in a unique nature, we were welcomed by the forestry carabiniere who showed us the the fern plant that only grows there. A big thank you to Marziano, Francesco and Angelo

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed September 14, 2018 via mobile

Thx to one of the previous reviews on tripadvisor we also did the walk with start and end in Amalfi. It takes a good 3 hours up&down but it is worth every minute. Enjoy the beauty of nature in its fullest. Take a natural shower...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed August 16, 2018

This is a wonderful walk with incredible views and a nice way to get away from the bustle of town. From the main street, take the main road that goes back in away from the water until you get to the paper museum; take the...More

Date of experience: September 2017
9  Thank dvorac4
Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile

We discovered this walk on Tripadvisor before going to the Amalfi coast and we were truly thrilled with it once we arrived. Quiet and untouched by tourism this valley boasts green woodland with some shade to die for in the summer heat! A couple of...More

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank Della C
Reviewed August 7, 2018 via mobile

We found the hike route for Valle delle Ferriere on a leaflet in our Air BnB and decided to give it a go. The hike was described as 4 hours and with a 250+/- decent. We decided to start the hike in Amalfi and tackle...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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vanessa031
January 13, 2019|
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Response from mandotraveler | Reviewed this property |
I didn't notice any signs prohibiting dogs. I don't know if there are local leash laws. This walk would be no problem for a young, healthy dog.
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October 17, 2018|
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The valley is always open and you can walk along all the trails of the valley without authorisation. Just to entry in the Natural Reserve (a small area in the Center of the valley) you need to ask the authorisation. We are... More
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Kirra L
Coffs Harbour, Australia
Amalfi Coast walks (1 Replies)
We have 2 days in Amalfi and 2 days in Sorrento. From Sorrento we are visiting Pompei. In Amafli we would like to do the Path of Gods walk, Trail of Charms and the walk from Scala Via Campidoglio through Valle delle Ferriere to Pogerola ending at the medievil staris (we have heard this is a must). We have also been told about the walk to Pontone upto Torre dello Ziro through Valle delle Mulini. Are these all too much to do in 2-3 days? If so, if anyone has any suggestions as to...More
August 17, 2017|
Response fromMrZukini|
I guess it depends on how much of a hiker you are. The Path of the Gods is an all-day affair because of the transportation involved to get there. Scala to Valle delle Ferriere to Pogerola is also a very long walk, and the final ascent to Pogerola is a taxing one. The Trail of Charms is the name for the series of trails that link Amalfi to Positano, and it includes portions of some of the trails you have already mentioned. The Path of the Gods is very worthwhile, as is the loop from...More
Caitlin H
Charlottesville, Virginia
Valle Delle Ferriere vs. Valley of the Mills Hike (4 Replies)
Hi all - I am headed to the Amalfi Coast in early August and want to do either Valley of the Mills of the Valle Delle Ferriere hike. I have the sunflower walking guide (which seems great), but am curious about (other than distance) how the two hikes differ? Is is worth the extra time to do Ferriere, and what do you gain? I am an experienced hiker, so the distance won't be an issue for me. And when doing this hike, do most people return via Pogerola? Thank you!
July 27, 2017|
Response fromMrZukini|
The Valle delle Mulini and Valle delle Ferriere walks cover much the same ground. There is also an "upper" Valle delle Ferriere walk which skirts the valley at a somewhat higher altitude, that takes you up into the Minuta area. I will presume that's NOT the hike you're inquiring about. From Amalfi, both Mulini and Ferriere follow the same path until you reach the turn off to the right to the stairway for Pontone. At that point, you can instead continue to go straight. You will reach the...More
sueharrywalk
Sydney, Australia
self organised walking amalfi coast (10 Replies)
Hi, We are wanting to organise our own walking trip (4 nights) from Amalfi to Praiano, Poitano and then catch bus/taxi(?) back to Amalfi where we plan to leave our car. Has anyone done this, and if so, how difficult is it to catch transport back to starting point. Also, does the tourist office have good maps of the Valle Delle Ferriere and footpath of the Gods? How well are trails signposted? Any information gladly received! Many thanks Sue
February 16, 2011|
Response fromnancycinti|
For maps, try the Sunflower guide to the Amalfi Coast which has walking maps. Go directly to their website where they are cheaper than Amazon. (At least they were last year.) Mine arrived from the UK to the USA in a week.