Naples & Amalfi

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Prepare yourself to a daily surprise, from the flamboyant Naples to the undisputed beauty of Costiera Amalfitana and the eroic agricultural landscape of Cilento, in a legendary land where history left several astounding archaeological sites.

Scenic Beauty

The Cilento region boasts stunning natural landscapes, including pristine coastlines, lush forests, and rolling hills. Cycling allows you to immerse yourself in this breathtaking scenery, providing an up-close connection to the environment.

Diverse Terrain

Cilento offers a range of terrain, from challenging mountain routes to leisurely coastal paths. Cyclists of all skill levels can find routes that suit their preferences, making it an inclusive destination for bike enthusiasts.

Cultural Heritage

Explore charming villages, historic towns, and archaeological sites that showcase Cilento’s rich history and culture. You can pedal through cobblestone streets, visit ancient ruins, and discover local traditions and cuisine.

Culinary Delights

Indulge in the region’s delectable cuisine, featuring fresh seafood, locally sourced ingredients, and traditional dishes. Cycling allows you to work up an appetite to fully enjoy Cilento’s culinary offerings, making it a rewarding gastronomic journey.

Cycling in Naples & Amalfi

Cycling in the Amalfi and Cilento regions of Italy is a captivating journey that unfolds amidst some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Mediterranean. Pedaling along the Amalfi Coast’s iconic serpentine roads offers cyclists sweeping views of rugged cliffs plunging into the azure sea, while the fragrant scent of lemon groves perfumes the air. In Cilento, verdant hills and ancient ruins beckon, promising a blend of natural beauty and historical exploration. Both regions share a passion for culinary excellence, rewarding cyclists with opportunities to savor fresh seafood, homemade pasta, and locally sourced delicacies. The diverse terrain caters to riders of all levels, whether you seek challenging mountain ascents or leisurely coastal rides. Cycling in Amalfi and Cilento is a sensory feast, where the rhythmic hum of pedals is accompanied by the symphony of nature and culture, making every ride a truly unforgettable adventure.

Can cyclists feel safe while riding in Naples & Amalfi?

Traveling and cycling in Naples and the Amalfi Coast is generally safe due to several factors. The Amalfi Coast features well-maintained roads with dedicated cycling lanes and scenic routes that prioritize safety. Both Naples and the Amalfi Coast share a strong cultural awareness of cycling, with drivers accustomed to sharing the road, reducing the risk of accidents. Furthermore, strict traffic regulations are enforced, including speed limits and cyclist-specific road signage, adding an extra layer of safety. The region’s stunning landscapes and natural beauty create a serene and enjoyable cycling environment, and the availability of bike rentals and guided tours ensures travelers have access to suitable equipment and expert guidance. To ensure a secure and pleasant experience, cyclists should follow local traffic rules, wear appropriate safety gear, and exercise caution, particularly in high-traffic areas.


Naples sleeps among the purple hills,
Dressed in white,
Ischia floats on the sea
Like a purple cloud;
The snow among the crevices
Stands like a white studio of swans;
The black Vesuvius raises its head
Crowned with red curls.


Hans Christian Andersen

What are the best routes for a bike tour in Naples & Amalfi?

Italy’s Naples and Amalfi region is renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, rich history, and vibrant culture. Here you have some of the routes of our bike tours.

  1. Naples to Sorrento Coastal Ride: Begin your journey in the bustling city of Naples and head towards Sorrento along the picturesque coastline. About 50 kilometers long, this route offers spectacular views of the Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in the background. The road is relatively flat and passes through charming towns like Castellammare di Stabia.

  2. Amalfi Coast Road (SS163): This iconic road stretches along the Amalfi Coast and is a must-ride for any cyclist. The route is known for its dramatic sea cliffs, colorful villages, and breathtaking views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Starting from Sorrento, you’ll pass through famous towns like Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. The route is challenging, with twists, turns, and occasional climbs, but the scenery is unparalleled.

  3. Sorrento Peninsula Loop: This loop around the Sorrento Peninsula offers a more tranquil experience away from the main tourist trails. The route is about 60 kilometers and takes you through lesser-known, but equally charming, villages and offers stunning views of both the Bay of Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

  4. Valley of the Mills and Ferriere Waterfalls: Starting from Amalfi, this route heads inland towards the Valle delle Ferriere. It’s a more gentle ride, taking you through lemon groves and ancient paper mills, leading up to the beautiful Ferriere waterfalls. The route is as picturesque as it is culturally enriching.

  5. Cilento Coastal Ride: For those willing to venture a bit further, the Cilento coast south of Salerno offers a less crowded but equally stunning cycling experience. Start from Salerno and head towards Paestum, enjoying the serene coastline and the chance to explore ancient Greek ruins.

Naples and the Amalfi region routes promise a truly unforgettable cycling experience, blending physical challenge with cultural immersion and natural beauty. Always respect local traffic regulations and be prepared for narrow, winding roads, especially on the Amalfi Coast. Enjoy your ride through one of Italy’s most beautiful landscapes!

4 Things you can't miss

Visiting Naples & Amalfi

A Tribute to Pompeii

Explore the hauntingly preserved ruins of Pompeii, an ancient Roman city buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, where time seems to stand still, offering a glimpse into daily life in antiquity.

Home made Mozzarella and Limoncello

Savor the delights of homemade mozzarella cheese, crafted with traditional techniques, and indulge in the refreshing taste of Limoncello, a lemon liqueur synonymous with the Amalfi Coast’s zesty citrus groves.

Capri, Ischia and Amalfi

Immerse yourself in the refined and sophisticated ambiance of Capri, the natural beauty of Ischia, and the charm of the Amalfi Coast, where luxury and breathtaking scenery meet to create an unforgettable experience.

Hiking on the Path of Gods trail

 Embark on a thrilling hiking adventure along the Path of Gods trail, a scenic route that winds through terraced vineyards and offers panoramic vistas of the Amalfi Coast’s rugged cliffs and the azure Tyrrhenian Sea.

3 Books to read about Naples & Amalfi

Story of San Michele

Axel Munthe

My Brilliant Friend

Elena Ferrante

Only in Naples

Katherine Wilson

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