A mountain and sea tour, to overcome the heat of the season and reward yourself, after a nice hike uphill, with a dip in the sea. We will walk along a path known locally as "le Tese", which connects Positano with Santa Maria del Castello, a small, rural upper fraction of Vico Equense. Climbing along what was the ancient trade route between the two respective communities, the most beautiful revelation is to enjoy the vertical town of Positano in its full pyramidal splendor, on the blue sea. After a brief pause in the placid green calm of Santa Maria del Castello, we will descend straight down to rejoin the road, and go towards a stairway known as "Boscariello". This other staircase leads us to a beautiful district of Positano, called "Fornillo" and peculiar for its pedestrian alleys. From Fornillo, a last stairway will take us to the beach of the same name (loved by locals) where you can swim, and enjoy the free beach or sunbeds, with the option, at your option, of having breakfast in a beach bar with the sound of the sea in the background.
I am a hiking guide associated to AIGAE (Italian Association of Excursion Environmental Guides) with whom I obtained professional certification in 2018. I'm a hiker, not just for work. I love walking in nature and contemplating it, partying with friends and sharing the love for my land with visitors who want to learn about our beauties, our customs and traditions.
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We will follow an uphill path that starts from Via Corvo, in Positano, and reaches Santa Maria del Castello (Vico Equense), at 670 meters above sea level. After a brief pause we will descend along the same path until we rejoin via Corvo and from there we will reach a stairway called Boscariello, which reaches the Fornillo district, from which we will continue straight down the stairs leading to the homonymous beach.
10歳以上の方10名まで参加できます。保護者同伴の2歳未満のお子様も参加可能です。 It is certainly a pleasant experience for those who love activity in general and nature, as well as the local culture.
Water (at least a liter)
I want the guests to know that, as a traveler, I love discovering a different culture from my own, mixing with the local people, escaping what is "purely touristic". So I want my guests to feel, in the end, somehow enriched and inserted into the context.
Hiking and swimming in Positano