Walking from Cesarano to Sant’Agata you can follow an itinerary that alternates pieces of carriage able road to paths that are highly featured by the presence of the typical local flora, allows to enjoy some of the most enchanting glimpses of the Sorrento Coast.
Among the possibilities that, who wishes to reach Sant’Agata sui due Golfi walking, can take into consideration, there’s also the one that provides the use of a particularly suggestive path: the one that, starting from the fraction of Cesarano, goes through Casarlano, before getting to the high part of the Land of the Sirens.
To reach the area of Cesarano from the city centre, you must start to walk towards Via degli Aranci, and then keep going along San renato street, or, as an alternative, you can leave from Tasso square, continue along Fuorimura street until Casarlano to the crossroads that leads, towards Cesarano.
There, before leaving, you can admire a beautiful church – recently renovated – dedicated to Santa Maria di Montevergine.
From the small square opposite to the building, you start walking along Cesarano street and then Festola street until you reach that point of the street that leads towards Casarlano.
Continuing along the main street you reach a triangle-shaped flower bed (featured by the presence of a pine tree) from there you can start walking along Rivezzoli street (featured by a rather steep path) and, finally arrive to Nastro Verde street that leads straight to Sant’Agata.
The suggested path, alternates pieces of carriage able road to paths that are highly featured by the presence of the typical local flora, allows to enjoy enchanting glimpses and it has an average difficulty.
The supposed time to cover the path – leaving from Cesarano – is about one and a half hour.
We suggest the use of comfortable shoes and to bring with you thirst-quenching drinks along the way.
Once you reach Sant’Agata sui due Golfi – if you don’t want to walk on the way back you can use the Sita buses that guarantee connections with the city centre of Sorrento with a discreet frequency even until night.
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