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Ravello-Minori Walk

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Address: Via Roma, Ravello, Italy

While walking this scenic route between Ravello and Minori you can view,...

While walking this scenic route between Ravello and Minori you can view, from vantage points atop cliffs, in gardens or roadways, sweeping vistas along the seacoast.

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Good hike! Beautiful view

We stayed on top of a hill in Minori, so we had to hike down where we stayed and then hike up to get to Ravello. There are a LOT of steps but worth the view. Once you make it to... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Shahriar N
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We stayed on top of a hill in Minori, so we had to hike down where we stayed and then hike up to get to Ravello. There are a LOT of steps but worth the view. Once you make it to Ravello, there is beautiful courtyard and restaurants, and more amazing view of the hills below.

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Reviewed 6 January 2017

Although its been a year & half since our family of 4 ventured on this walk/hike, it remains one of the highlights of our time on the Amalfi Coast. We based ourselves in Minori for the week (June 2015) & began this trek after breakfast one perfectly beautiful morning. My husband & I (mid-40's) & two kids (11 & 14)... More 

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Fort Lee, New Jersey
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Reviewed 17 October 2016

Because it is a great way to spend some time and soak in some views. We always walk down and have lunch then take a taxi back up. We tried to take the SITA but the bus was too full and no guaranty of next one.

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Golden, Colorado
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Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

Planned to take the bus up and walk down like people suggest. But the bus was full and wouldn't let us on. So, we decided to walk up as well. Today is Sept 19. Was 70 degrees when we started. Got up to mid 70s today. Walk was a lot of exercise each way, but spectacular. Glad we did it.... More 

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Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

Nobody said there were just straight up steps to Ravello. Wow were we beat! Should have practiced in the Empire State Building! Don't do it unless preparing for marathon or triathlon.

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Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

....than the one to Atrani/Amalfi. The steps are mostly terraced rather than steep if you stay on the right track. Still a bit tough on the calfs and knees but a lot safer. You can walk onto Maiori but note this is on the road with no pavement...

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Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

My wife and I together with our three young children (12, 10, 7) walked down from the centre of Ravello to Minori. Waking along the narrow paths in the heat, past old grapevines and lemon groves was truly spectacular and one of the highlights of our trip. We loved it so much we did it the next day. From the... More 

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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 18 July 2016

Escape the tourist crowds in Ravello and follow the path down to Minori on the coast. There are many steps down , flat walking shoes recommended, and though there are handrails in parts a stick or walking pole is a help too. Stop along the way to marvel at the spectacular scenery unfolding before your eyes. Terraces of grapevines, olive... More 

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Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

We walked down to Minori from Ravello three times during our week in Ravello. It is a lovely walk with LOTS of stairs and the path is well marked. It takes about 30 mins to walk down. You can get a water taxi or ferry from Minori to Amalfi. The beach was super crowded on Sunday and we could not... More 

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Reviewed 28 April 2016

Worth the effort to get there and the fantastic town square,but don't stop there, keep going through Scala to Amalfi, stop at the fabulous Trattoria L'Antico Borgo in, Pontone and spoil yourself.

Thank Ashley B

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