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Ravello-Minori Walk

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Ravello-Minori Walk

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The Amalfi Coast is one of southern Italy’s most in-demand destinations, and on this full-day tour, enjoy an in-depth journey through the famously scenic region. Don’t worry about charting the narrow, hilly roads yourself: a comfortable, air-conditioned mini-coach \ transports you directly from Sorrento to the villages of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, complete with hotel pickup and drop-off for added convenience. A small-group size means plenty of personal attention.
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Krokodil1986 wrote a review Jul 2020
88 contributions33 helpful votes
Excellent walk up thousands of steps, only for the adventurous, take good shoes, and avoid midday heat. One can walk through Ravello, Scala, Minori, Amalfi and down to the coast on this network of signposted paths.
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Date of experience: July 2020
DKLY70 wrote a review Oct 2019
Letterkenny, Ireland20 contributions19 helpful votes
We walked from Ravello to Minori, late on a beautiful October night. The path is lit and signposted. In a few places the lights were out, but the light on your phone can be used if necessary. It took us about 45 - 50 minutes, but we stopped a few times to admire the view and take photos. You can use Google maps as well to find your way as there are a couple of routes to take as you get closer to Minori, but you'll still get there. It is a bit of a challenge but worth it. We aren't regular walkers and have a very moderate level of fitness. We'd recommend comfortable walking shoes and a few stretches when you're finished, as you descend plenty of steps, which can be strenuous on the legs. Take your time, go at your own pace and you'll enjoy it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Anthea D wrote a review Oct 2019
Guildford, United Kingdom87 contributions31 helpful votes
We walked up from Minori and it was TOUGH! It is very difficult to find the start point for the walk, and be warned! It is 1100ft of STEPS! We had walked down from Ravello to Amalfi in the morning (highly recommended), taken the ferry along to Minori and that climbed the steps home. Needed a couple of beers when we got to the top!
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Date of experience: September 2019
DJ2029 wrote a review Oct 2019
Hamilton, Canada31 contributions37 helpful votes
We decided to take a cab up and walk down , we had a small child . We arranged a cab via hotel was cheaper then advertised posted rate, we did some site seeing then walked down , bring water as it gets hot in sections full sun but well worth the time and the young one did fantastic , we counted geckos to make it fun and took some great photos at the end . Several people did both up and down as we were at the top fun day . Went swimming at the bottom a must do
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Date of experience: September 2019
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China W wrote a review Sep 2019
Isle of Thanet, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
Me and my partner decided to walk from Minori to Ravello. All in all the walk was challenging and I would say I was fit and healthy (my partner did not cope so well on a wine hangover). I would recommend doing this walk in the morning and definitely have a large bottle of water to hand, it got very hot at around midday. Some of the track we walked was steep and the stairs uneven so not great for people that may be uneasy on their feet. Lots of lovley places to eat and amazing views when u get there! The walk took us around an hour with short rest breaks. We thought we would get a cab back to our apartment in Maiori however the cost was 50Euro! We decided to wait it out for the bus to Almafi (waited about half hour) we then got a bus from Almafi to Maiori at a fraction of the price of a cab.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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