As per itinerary 26 Zatri, this route also does not start in Sorrento but branches off the main road Casarlano, along circuit 22 (Villages of Sorrento valley), a few metres to the east of the square in Baranica.
It starts off with a very tough climb for the first 500 metres. Once the road evens out you will come to the first junction where, following green railings, you turn right with the sign Via Gradoni on your left.
The itinerary starts going uphill again, but not so steeply as before. Continue into Via Sant'Angelo, and after around 700 metres you will come to a junction where a tree covers the entire road. Take the path into the woods on the outside of the bend. You will find a dirt track completely immersed in greenery, at the end of which you will be able to see the Gulf of Salerno and the Amalfi coast. A rough downhill stretch now follows at the end of which you will once again be on a paved road taking you to Piazza Sagristani, where you will be able to admire the view of the Bay of Naples.
The map also indicates the route from Piazza Tasso to the start of this itinerary.
From the port: Proceed uphill along via Luigi De Maio. After 400 metres you will come to a hairpin bend with steps opposite taking you directly to Piazza Tasso. You can also take the shuttle bus to the centre if you prefer. Once there follow itinerary 22.
From Sorrento station: Go down the steps of Piazza De Curtis to Corso Italia. Turn left along the Corso and walk for around 400 metres, until you arrive in Piazza Tasso. Once there follow itinerary 22.