Discover our selection of guided and independent walking holidays in the Bay of Naples, where you'll admire awe-inspiring landscapes including Mt Vesuvius, volcanic islands like Ischia, and quaint pastel-coloured towns and villages. In the evenings, we have selected delightful hand-picked hotels with delicious local cuisine.
The cuisine on the Bay of Naples uses the freshest vegetables and the famous mozzarella cheese is always on the menu. Try it in salad with sweet tomatoes, baked with aubergine slices or on its own with an accompaniment of herbs. Fresh fruit features heavily too - figs are often used in antipasti along with slices of ham and what better way to finish off a meal than with a slice of fresh water melon? Pizza is a favourite dish all over Italy, but nowhere more so than here (it was invented in Naples!). The thinnest of bases are cooked in the hottest of wood ovens and are garnished with a mouth-watering variety of toppings. And not forgetting the abundant home-made pasta dishes.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most dramatic coastlines in Europe. Mountains jut steeply out of the Mediterranean and picturesque towns nestled in the coves below. Walking the ancient hillsides studded with lemon groves and framed by deep gorges, we descend from the Agerola Plain to the quaint towns of Positano, Ravello and of course Amalfi itself. No visit to the Bay of Naples would be complete without a trip to see the remains of Pompeii under the imposing volcanic cone of Mount Vesuvius. The best is saved till last with arguably the world's best coastal walk: the 'Walk of the Gods'. Away from the trails, sample incredible food and wine just like the Italians do.
There are few places in Italy as stunning as the Amalfi Coast with its emerald seas, plunging gorges and pastel villages linked by ancient walking paths. This linear walk follows the coast from elegant Amalfi to chic Sorrento, taking in en route vertical Positano and (optional) the beautiful island of Capri.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most dramatic coastlines in Europe. Walking the ancient hillsides studded with lemon groves and framed by deep gorges, we descend to the quaint towns of Positano, Ravello and of course Amalfi itself. We visit the remains of Pompeii under the imposing volcanic cone of Mount Vesuvius and also tackle the world's best coastal walk: the 'Walk of the Gods'.