Path of the Gods
The wonderfully named "Path of the Gods" is indeed a heavenly delight, offering spectacular scenery for the many hikers that are drawn to the route between Nocelle and Bomerano across the Colle la Serra.
One of the most popular activities along the Amalfi Coast is the wonderful "Path of the Gods" (Sentiero degli Dei in Italian). This also happens to be one of the most famous hiking routes in the whole of Italy and it's easy to understand why, given the fantastic panoramas.
The main path stretches from the hamlet of Nocelle which is situated high above Positano (and reachable from there on foot) across the Colle la Serra to Bomerano. The whole route lasts around 3 hours and passes through a lush, green hillside with scattered vineyards along the way.
Most people start from Nocelle, either walking up from Positano or taking the bus. At the end of the path you can either walk back the way you came to see things from a different angle or alternatively take the bus down from Agerola to Amalfi before making your way back to Positano if that's where you're parked or staying overnight.
Although the path is well maintained and clearly marked, there are some sections that vertigo-sufferers will struggle with so tread carefully if you feel there's a risk of that.