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Amalfi: Walking tour between Furore vertical Vineyards

1. Amalfi: Walking tour between Furore vertical Vineyards

After gathering at the meeting point of the Hotel Gentile, begin your authentic path that combines trekking, panoramas, and the authentic flavors of the Amalfi Coast. Walk through the small villages of Agerola and Furore, crossing the green Valle di Praia - which from above offers a unique panorama of Praiano and its financial terraces. Travel along an ancient staircase and admire the vertical cliffs that host the suggestive Caves of Santa Barbara. From there, be catapulted into the rurality of the Furore Vineyards. Much of the route takes you through the vertical vineyards which gave life to one of the best whites in Italy: Fior d'Uva. Visit the area where the grapes are turned into wine, encountering the farmers and winemakers responsible for this process. You also visit the Marisa Cuomo Winery, the show room, and its underground caves - which are home to ancient barrels. Your journey then continues through the upper area of Fiordo di Furore, crossing the river right there where the fjord itself originates. Your day finally ends with nice journey to a small farmhouse, overlooking the fjord and surrounded by nature. It is there that you can cap off your experience with a full lunch, based on typical products and partnered with authentic Furore wine.

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(2 reviews)

Beautiful excursion through the vertical vineyards of the coast. Our guide, Enzo, gave us a lot of information about the area that I, as an Italian, apparently did not know at all! I highly recommend taking this tour for a trek on less traveled paths than the classic path of the gods and also for a nice meal on the farm!

We were a group of 14. We were expecting an actual vineyard and cellar tour, and that was not included. We were not appropriately dressed for this event. This was basically a hike and not a walk. While I enjoy hiking, others in my group do not. The title is misleading.