Arrived at the extreme tip of the Sorrento Peninsula, near the village of Nerano, the path that leads to the Bay of Ieranto, a protected nature reserve. The path, of about 1 hour, leads to a small beach overlooking Capri.
Nerano can be reached by the Sita bus that leaves from Sorrento station, by car or by motorbike. From the square of the village follow for a few tens of meters the main road downhill and you will find the entrance of the path on the right.
The path proceeds in plain for about 1km. After a descent between the dry stone walls, the view opens onto Capri, of which you can clearly distinguish the Faraglioni, Punta Campanella, the profile of the Amalfi Coast and the islets of Galli. Along the way you will notice the remains of lime kilns: at the beginning of the ‘900 in fact the Bay was owned by Italsider who made it a mining village for the extraction of lime. Along the way you will find a fork, on the one hand, you go up to Mont’Alto and Punta Penna, on the other you go down to the small pebble beach of the Bay of Ieranto.