Villa Romana Hotel & Spa
The Amalfi Coast is a treasure chest of beaches and small villages, but is also nature, with many itineraries to go along old mule tracks and trails perched over the sea, among lemon and vegetable orchards torn away from the mountains. The Sentiero dei Limoni (Path of the Lemons), an old road connecting Minori and Maiori, among terracing of Sfusato, are wonderful.
It's worth taking with you your trekking shoes to go along the easy trail that from Termini leads to Punta Campanella (2 hours, 4 km), extreme offshoot of the Coast, or the Sentiero degli Dei, that in about three hours takes from Agerola to Positano; or visiting the Torre dello Ziro (2/3 hours, 4 km), or the Vallone delle Ferriere (3 hours, 6 km) among streams, fern woods and water mills.
Those of you who are fit can go discovering the Bay of Ieranto (4 hours, 6 km), walking along dry stone walls and brooms till the small pebble beach right in front of the Faraglioni di Capri or go along the paths traveled by pilgrims to get to the Santuario della Madonna dell'Avvocata, a Medieval refuge overlooking the Gulf of Salerno (6/7 hours, 16 km).