A more difficult hike that is not suitable for inexperienced hikers is the circular route of Tre Calli. The mountain is an intimidating 1,200m above sea level, but starting in the Pasquale Capasso Square in Bomerano leaves you only 500m left to climb to reach the summit.
The route is signposted from the start point which will take you along the ‘Via Pendola’ towards a steep set of stairs. After an almost vertical climb, the starting point of the path ‘329’ will be signposted.
Follow this path upwards for 3km, through to the other side of a forest. Once through the forest, you will be rewarded with one of the most panoramic views of the coastline and Sorrentine Peninsula. Behind you will be terrific views of the Monti Lattari and continuing up, you will arrive at Capo Muro where there are strange, fungus-shaped rock formations.
This hike is around 10km with an elevation of 750m, so it is not a walk for the faint hearted as the steps are very steep with irregular ground at points . However, there are plenty of lower-level walks for those who still want to enjoy the beauty of the Amalfi Coast by foot.