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Baia di Ieranto

Massa Lubrense, Italy
+39 335 841 0253
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US$70.45*
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Full-Day Amalfi Coast Mini-Cruise from Sorrento
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US$113.44*
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Amalfi Coast Boat Experience: Sorrento to Positano, Li Galli, Rotonda and...
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  • Excellent86%
  • Very good11%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“watch tower” (3 reviews)
“small beach” (3 reviews)
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Massa Lubrense, Italy
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+39 335 841 0253
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1 - 10 of 52 reviews

Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

The best beach around Amalfi if you are looking for a place for snorkeling. The sea is amazingly blue and full of fish and life

Thank _kosb247
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Wonderful landscape, not difficult. Starting from N'erano, with a superb view over Marina del Cantone...

1  Thank Stefanos2008
Reviewed 27 May 2017

This was another hike we found online that was also recommended by the concierge at our hotel in Sant'Agata. A really nice hike down to the water including hikes through olive groves on the way. Seems to be a favorite among the locals as well....More

1  Thank fchnjyh
Reviewed 21 December 2016

GORGEOUS & BEAUTIFUL - Totally worth the short hike to the bay. We went in October 2016 and apparently there was a fire which closed the route there. We ignored the signs and went anyways and so glad we did. Amazing views of the bay!

Thank shwang17
Reviewed 29 November 2016

It's unofficially opened. The signs say it's shut due to fire but it's been a month now and locals were going in. You park your car from Negano Square next to Olga residence. You'll need to buy parking tickets from the shop next to it....More

Thank jamesleungphoto
Reviewed 17 November 2016

You arrive at baia di Ieranto after 40' walck in the middle of the wilde hills characterized by the "macchia mediterranea" vegetation. Astonishing view during the hiking and clear fresh limpid water are the reward getting there. Consider that during the day, starting @ noon...More

Thank Lorenzo A
Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

We planned to hike and swim at Baia di Ieranto last week but the walking path is currently closed due to recent bush fires that have made the path dangerous. We only found this out when we stopped in Nerano for a coffee. We drove...More

3  Thank Kathryn B
Reviewed 3 September 2016

This was a true highlight from our trip to Italy. Beautiful little beach with turquoise and clear water. To get there, there is a 45 minutes hike. Efforts are paid-off by the magnificent view you get along the way and by swimming in the sea....More

Thank Nancy C
Reviewed 2 September 2016

By taking the path from the town of Nerano, you can follow it along the coast to this wonderful bay. Well sign-posted with two choices, one leading to the Saracen watch tower and the other leading down to the sea, to the Bay of Ieranto....More

Thank angel3660
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Well, you get the idea from all of the write ups: tough hike down, secluded, bring water, etc.--but the best thing I can say is to be sure go there at the right time to hike down. We did it late in the afternoon, enjoying...More

1  Thank KentuckyTrekJedi
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astsl54
15 July 2016|
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Response from Jordan E | Reviewed this property |
No. Not along the way nor down at the bottom. During they day there should be some small stores with food/drink/ice cream that are open in the town where the walk starts. I asked a local store owner if I needed to pay to... More
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