EUR 1,049.00

Italy - Cycling holiday on the Amalfi Coast on Ebike

Note: This tour follows the coastal road along the Amalfi Coast, which is very busy. We have planned the route so that you use the smaller side roads as much as possible, but there will be cars on all stretches.

A cycling holiday along the Amalfi Coast in Italy, is an unforgettable experience! The Sorrento Peninsula is rich in both natural and cultural treasures. Well known villages such as Amalfi, Positano, Ravello and the seaside resort city of Sorrento, have a lot of amazing stories to tell you. This tour is for those who want to experience Italy's most beautiful coastline at their own pace, on an active holiday with a good mix of physical activity and time to relax and just enjoy. On this cycling tour you will discover the famous beauty and the secrets of the Amalfi Coast. You will be astonished at how easy it is to get off the beaten track, just a few hundred meters from the main tourist tracks, you will all of the sudden find yourself in the middle of nature. In other words: This cycling holiday is the perfect way to experience the Amalfi Coast.

Tour Highlights

  • Stay at charming hotels and a agrituristmo in these captivating villages
  • Manageable cycling stages, which allows for proper time to enjoy the breathtaking surroundings
  • With the detailed route descriptions and maps, you are easily able to be your own guides
  • Transportation of luggage from hotel to hotel

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Day 1 Arrival to Vietri sul Mare or Cetara

Upon arrival in Vietri you will check in at the hotel, where the bikes await you. Depending on the arrival time, an evening stroll through the small town's historical center, is possible before dinner is served in the restaurant of the hotel. Should you arrive early, you may want to take your bicycles for a short ride to the nearby fishermen’s village of Cetara sul Mare.

Note: The first night is either in Cetara or Vietri.

Day 2 Cycling from Cetara to Amalfi, with the option to visit Ravello

On the first cycle tour, you'll explore the eastern part of the Amalfi Coast, following the beautiful, winding coastal road that many call "the most beautiful route in the world". The Amalfi Coast 'officially' starts at the charming village of Vietri sul Mare, known for its colourful table pottery. Other villages to explore include the idyllic village of Cetara, named after the Roman 'cetus'. Take time for a coffee or cappuccino at the small bar near the village's small harbour, overlooking the colourful fishing boats moored on the white sandy beach.

Then it's back up to Capo d'Orso, the highest point on the road, with a wonderful view of the entire Amalfi Coast and Capri. After admiring the view, it's downhill along a beautiful winding road through lemon groves, forests and dramatic cliffs until you arrive in Maiori, the largest town on the coast. A short stretch around the headland brings you to Minori with its quaint centre and beautiful beach boulevard. Continue with a short climb towards Castiglione, once part of the defence system of the Amalfi Republic. If you didn't visit the town the day before, here you have the choice of cycling up to wonderful Ravello, which is quite a climb (but a relatively easy ride with your e-bike!), or continuing on to Amalfi. Once you've passed Castiglione, cycle through the wonderful little town of Atrani with its whitewashed houses. Here you should stop for a drink in the town's fantastic square before cycling the last few kilometres back to Amalfi.

approx. 3½ - 5 hours
50km or 70km
Day 3 Round trip from Amalfi

While on the first cycling day you mainly cycled along the coast, today will be dedicated to the lesser-known but equally beautiful inland area. You'll cycle from Amalfi to Ravello and Tramonti, up into the mountains and then back to Amalfi along the coast again.

Once you've left Amalfi, turn inland at Castiglione and start driving up the steep, winding road along the narrow valley where the river Dragone runs and under the cliffs of Ravello. It's quite a climb, but a relatively easy ride on an e-bike! After an optional detour to the pretty medieval villages of Pontone, Minuta and Scala, you'll arrive in Ravello, where you park your bike for a stroll through the village. Ravello is one of the highlights of the Amalfi Coast and has many medieval monuments, but is above all famous for its grand villas with stunning gardens and fantastic views of the Amalfi Coast.

After an extensive visit, continue inland through some surprisingly wild landscapes towards Tramonti, where you can find a place for lunch. From Tramonti, it's down a winding road towards the Amalfi Coast again. You arrive in Maiori with its wide seafront boulevard. After a short stop for a drink or perhaps a swim, you drive back to Amalfi. You may also have time to enjoy a lemon cake in Minori or a beer in the square in Atrani. Today you can take a little more time to visit Ravello, see the magnificent gardens and discover the beautiful little medieval villages of Pontone, Minuta and Scala tucked away in the hills.

approx. 3 hours or 5 hours
35km or 60km
Day 4 From Amalfi via Praiano and Positano to Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

Today you'll embark on the second part of the dramatic 'Strada Amalfiana', which runs from Amalfi to Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, perched on the peninsula's ridge overlooking both the Amalfi and Sorrento coasts. Start with the short cycle ride through Praiano to Positano, the most picturesque and also most mundane towns on the coast. Just outside Amalfi you'll pass the 'Grotta Azzurra' and the deep Furore fjord, whose fishermen's huts cling to the cliffs.On arrival in Positano, make sure to cycle down into town towards the beach, from where you can explore the town on foot (most of the town's small streets are made up of stairs). On the other side of Positano, the coastline becomes more rugged and there's a steep climb to the Colli di San Pitro, beautifully situated on the ridge that separates the Amalfi Coast from the rest of the Sorrento Peninsula. A short, flat stretch leads to your hotel in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi. Spend the evening relaxing and enjoy a hearty dinner in the hotel restaurant. Stay at an agriturismo in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi.

Dinner at the Agriturismo is included today.

approx. 3 hours
35km or 40km
Day 5 Round trip from Sant'Agata via Sorrento

Today you'll cycle all the way to the tip of the Sorrento peninsula. On the first stretch of road after leaving Sant'Agata this morning, you'll fully understand why its full name is Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi: not only can you admire the wonderful panorama of the southern coast towards Capri, but also enjoy the view of Sorrento and the Bay of Naples, dominated by Mount Vesuvius. You now cycle on the plateau high above the coast towards the far end of the peninsula, Punta Campanella. From the last village (actually called 'Termini') you have a fantastic view of Capri. You should cycle up to the small chapel of San Costanzo, just above the village, from where you can enjoy the 360-degree view! For those who want to, there's also the option to cycle down to the lovely beach of Marina del Cantone (and back up again), perhaps with a short visit to the Baia di Ieranto nature reserve. Then head back along the northern coast with wonderful views of the Bay of Naples through the charming village of Massa Lubrense. It is recommended to cycle down to the seaside resort of Sorrento, perched on high vertical limestone cliffs above the sea, and visit the old town with its wonderful gardens and villas. After the visit, turn inland again and climb slowly up to Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, back to your hotel or agriturismo. In the evening, you can choose to have dinner at your accommodation again, or walk or cycle into town for dinner at a local restaurant.

approx. 3½ - 4 hours
Day 6 Return

After breakfast it is time to pack your luggage, and check out of the hotel for departure.

Price includes

Not included
  • Transportation to/from Naples or Rome
  • Cancellation- and travel insurance
EUR 1,099.00

Practical info

General information

The price is based upon two people sharing a room. It is also possible travel alone in a single room. Simply choose "Single room" in the booking form and it will automatically add the single room surcharge.

On this tour you are on your own without a tour guide. We have arranged accommodations, route descriptions and maps, but you must organise your own transportation to the starting point of the destination.

Dates of departure 
This tour can be arranged with a starting day of your choice from mid march to mid november.

Be aware that a lot of the cycling is done on the coastal road, which you share with ordinary trafic. From June-September the trafficlevel i high, so in this period we strongly recomend to start the cycling stages early in the morning.

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  1. Choose your desired start date
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  3. Select number of people, add any optional extras and see the price at the bottom of the page (you don't have to fill in anything on the form).

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The process of your booking
When you book, we will start booking hotels and arranging all the practical details of the trip. This process typically takes 2-5 working days, but some bookings may take longer. If you are arranging your own transport, we recommend that you wait until we have confirmed your booking before arranging this.

If you can select the date in the tour calendar at the top of this page, this is a possible start date. We continually update the tours with sold-out dates, after which those dates will turn red and cannot be selected.

How to get there

The flights to/from Naples or Rome are not included in the price. You can easily find a suitable flight via a flight booking engine such as Momondo or Skyscanner.

Notice: we recommend that you book with us and wait for the confirmation before you book your flights.

From the airport to the first hotel
Getting from the airports in Rome or Naples to the first hotel is very straight forward. There are both trains and busses. The easiest way to get an overview of all the options is by checking these links:

Naples Airport to Vietri (links to Rome2Rio)

Rome Airport to Vietri (links to Rome2Rio)

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.


You will stay one night in hotels in Vietri, two nights in Amalfi, two nights in a charming agriturismo in Sant' Agata.  Breakfast is included, and one dinner according to program.

Trip grading

The cycling takes place on roads with good surface, and is a level 2, with a few longer ascents. Read more about our grading system here. You cycle on quiet roads, with limited amount of traffic. In the high season of summer, the roads are a little more crowded, but this is rarely a problem.


Travel Insurance
In general we recommend that you are covered by a good travel insurance covering at least Medical Expenses, Illness, Personal Accident, Baggage and Repatriation. The customer is responsible to take the necessary travel insurance that covers these costs. Bering Travel, or our local partners, do not have any responsibility for our customers not being covered by a necessary travel insurance. You have to arrange your insurance in your home country.

Cancellation Insurance
Cancellation Insurance is the customer's own responsibility. When you book a trip with us, you should consider whether you want to take out cancellation insurance against sudden illness, or whether you are already covered. You have to arrange the cancellation insurance in your home country.

Bike rental

On this trip it is possible to rent the following bikes


Hybrid bike
The bikes are delivered at the first hotel and are equipped with rear luggage carrier and bags, cycling computer, lock, and puncture repair kit. You can select bike rental in the booking form.  The brands are mostly "GIANT Roam" and "FRW Pearth" - but other brands are also available.

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Electric bike
On this tour it is also possible to rent e-bikes. The bikes are either SCOTT or GIANT. All bikes have a powerful Bosch battery, which are some of the best on the market. The bikes are equipped with rear luggage carrier and bags, cycling computer, lock, puncture repair kit and charger. The bikes are delivered fully charged.

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Bicycle helmet
We recommend that you bring your own bicycle helmet, but if you do not have one, it can be rented locally for 10 euros per week. If we need to arrange helmets for you, please write this in the message box on the booking form when you book the tour.


It can be hard to plan your trip according to the weather, but to give an idea of the local climate, see data below:

Statistics for Amalfi as seen on

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