Monti Lattari park
The mountainous area that rides over the Sorrento and the Amalfi peninsula ows its name to the sheeps that pasture there, and from which unique delicacies are produced, such as: provolone del monaco, fiordilatte, burrino, caciocavallo and many more cheeses. The park extends for 160 square km, between Naples and Salerno, and includes 27 towns of the Sorrento and Amalfi Peninsula. Monte Sant’Angelo a Tre Pizzi and Monte Faito are the highest peaks, then Monte Finestra and Monte dell’Avvocata that ends the southern Lattari mountain chain. The area is full of historical centers, prestigious locations like Positano, Ravello and Vico Equense. The intimate dialogue between sea and mountains, that can be felt by walking the many paths, is a characteristic of the regional park. The most famous one is the Path of the Gods that from Bomerano leads to Positano through ancient paths that alternate caves, ruins of ancient houses, woods and natural bluff terraces over the sea.