Three reasons to visit the Amalfi Coast in Autumn
A trip to famous Amalfi Coast is always an incredible experience. If you’d like to discover the beautiful small towns and spectacular nature a bit off the beaten track, autumn is the best choice for you.
From September to November the beautiful nature of the Amalfi Coast turns into a colorful fairytale, its not too hot but still very warm and last but not least – in this season there are many festivals with a vast enogastronomic choice.
Here you go with our tips!
October is the season for chestnuts. They are not only beautiful to look at but also very ,very tasty. Do not miss a visit of the village Scala on the Amalfi Coast which is covered in chestnuts. Each year the city celebrates the local Chestnut Festival with lots of tasty specialities based on chestnuts. Do not miss it out!
September is the month of the harvest. Wine lovers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to try and enjoy the products of the local wine cellars. There are also numerous festivals dedicated to grapes and wine. There you can not only enjoy local wine of great quality but also learn more about the harvest, traditional methods and often the festivals are accompanied by harvest games.
The Amalfi Coast offers numerous possibilities for hiking and trekking. Get your backpack ready and start the adventure! One of the most beautiful trails is the Sentiero degli Dei (the Gods’ Pathway). It is an extraordinarily panoramic footpath above the Amalfi Coast. It links the tiny hill top town of Agerola, with Nocelle, a hamlet of Positano nestled on the slopes of Monte Peruso.