Stage 4 starts south of Naples in Salerno, the capital of Campania province, then heads due-east on the beautiful, dramatic roads of the Amalfi Coast. It then turns tail towards the west, across the southern hinterlands of Naples, through the Soprano Family's home town of Avellino before the final climb to Montevergine di Mercogliano. The twisting final ascent over 17.1 kilometres is where Damiano Cunego won in 2004 and once again, the Lampre-Fondital rider will be the man to beat on Stage 4.
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