The Lattari Mountains represent the main backbone of the Sorrento peninsula. The large number of trails makes the Campania Anti-Apennines a perfect destination for any enthusiast or for those who want to enjoy the best landscapes in Campania.
In addition to the main routes covered in other sections of the site, on this page you will find a collection of minor trails, no less suggestive and satisfying
Sentiero Sergio Rosa
The Sergio Rosa's trail is the main path that connects Sant’Arcangelo di Cava dei Tirreni and the northern peak of Monte Finestra, also known as Il Telefono.
The route is exposed and offers a constant panoramic view of Cava dei Tirreni. The path itself is linear and with discreet signs; there will be few deviations, the important thing is to keep route 308.
The route starts from Sant’Arcangelo, reachable by bus from Cava dei Tirreni or by car following the provincial road 289. From the hamlet, to reach the entrance of route 308, just reach the Via dei Lattari
La Via della Neve
The path will lead from the town of Contrapone to the top of Monte Sant 'Angelo, with a panoramic and linear route. characterized by chestnut and holm oak woods.
Marked as route 312, signals are not very present especially in the last stretch where the dense vegetation could make it difficult to travel and to see the path marks.
Once you reach the top you can go back following the same path or descending from the south ridge, being careful not to take path 300.
The entrance to route 312 is easily accessible from Contrapone, a locality of Passiano, a fraction of Cava dei Tirreni; from the latter with a bus you can reach the entrance. Alternatively, with a car, just take Via Gaetano Filangieri to Passiano, then take Via Leopoldo Siani and finally Via Contropone, at the end of which there will be trail's entrance
The path, marked as 303A, is a fairly challenging path which from Albori leads to the saddle of Monte Falerio, where it is possible to meet a crossroads (Waypoint 2) to take the road to Cappella Vecchia (Waypoint 3) or the path to the summit. of the mountain, following the path indicated by us on the map.
The multitude of steps and the rocky terrain make the climb to the top a challenge not for everyone; for beginners and intermediates we recommend to undertake it only if accompanied by someone with a lot of experience.
The signs are present and clear up to the middle of the route, where we indicate a water supply point (Waypoint 1). Beyond the source, the uncultivated nature covers the discrete signals but, given the linearity of the path, it is not difficult to continue.
Albori can be reached by continuing along the Provincial Road 75, which within the village will become Via CapodiMuro. At the end of this there will be the entrance to route 303A.
It is possible to reach the town by bus with the CSTP line starting from Vietri Sul Mare