Hikes & Walks: Punta Campanella – Monte San Costanzo
From € 125
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Activity Level Moderate
Group Size Small Group
Starting from the square in Termini (a village in Massa Lubrense), you follow directions to Punta Campanella, taking the main tarmac path which skirts around Monte San Costanzo and passes through vast olive groves. The path offers wonderful views of the beautiful Cala di Mitigliano, Capri and a large swathe of the Gulf of Naples.
You will arrive at Punta Campanella, which was once the location of a temple dedicated first to Athena and later Minerva under the Romans. Today, Punta Campanella is home to a medieval tower, the remains of a Roman wall and the functioning modern lighthouse. You then start to ascend in the direction of Monte San Costanzo, climbing to 469 metres above sea level, where the San Costanzo monastery stands within a pinewood. From the viewpoint you can enjoy a spectacular 360° view of the Gulfs of Naples and Salerno, with Capri in the middle.
- Private English-speaking hiking guide
- Pick-up/drop-off from holiday home to Termini (the start of the trail)
- Light snacks
This experience usually starts at 8.30 am in the morning and lasts 3/4 hours
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