Guided hike that reach the last tip of the Sorrento Peninsula watching the island of Capri

The ancient Roman road, Via Minerva, leading from Termini to the tip of the peninsula, called Punta Campanella, attracts with its romantic and in love magic.
Starting from the square of Termini (suburb of Massalubrense) follow the signs that lead to the right towards Punta Campanella. Continue on the main path asphalt that runs along the side of Mount San Costanzo and runs through vast olive groves. The trail offers beautiful views of the charming Cala Mitigliano, Capri and much of the Gulf of Naples. You get to Punta Campanella once the site of a temple dedicated to Athena (Minerva to the Romans). Today at this site you will find a medieval tower and remains of walls from the Roman period, and finally, the modern lighthouse functioning.
You go up later in the direction of Mount San Costanzo until arriving at an altitude of 469 near the Pineta where is located the monastery of San Costanzo. From the monastery you can choose to cut the country through ladders that lead to the place of departure or continue to descend to the right on the trail that after a part in plane descends along the eastern slopes of Monte San Costanzo and ends in Nerano square. From Nerano it goes up to the square of Termini along stairs and then continue with a driveway that passes through olive groves and lemon trees.