If you sometimes had the wish to go to Positano and did not know exactly how to do or what you want to see, this is the guide for you! This beautiful town situated on the Amalfi coast is considered the Montecarlo of our country, in this case not for the Casino and the unbridled luxury and ostentatious, but for the way in which it was built: perched on a hill. So let's see together how and what to see in Positano. Positano is the first village of the Amalfi Coast, easily accessible by car from Naples, Sorrento and Salerno. If you prefer public transport, you can opt for the SITA bus or, alternatively, in the summer, you can take advantage of the ferries and hydrofoils. Pearl of the Amalfi Coast, is a very charming and enchanting place. The city, in fact, was a coveted vacation spot: here were discovered some years ago the remains of a Roman villa. Its subtropical climate, so really mild, allowing you to visit it in summer, to spend a pleasant week at the beach, but also thinking of spend a few days during the winter season, in fact, the temperatures in this period never fall below six degrees.
Your vacation on the Amalfi Coast of dreams is booked, it just has to figure out how to get on the Amalfi Coast, reaching the territory by the main access points. The main points and the closest connection are: Rome, Naples, Sorrento and Salerno.Read More
Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Capri and Sorrento are the main sites to visut in the surrounding area of Positano. Remember, Pompeii is located between Napoli and Positano and you could visit during your arrive or departureRead More
Spiaggia grande means (big beach) is the first beach you will find when you walk to the bottom of the town. but in Positano there are also the beach of Fornillo ans ArienzoRead More
Activities in the town are the beaches, but there is one thing to not be missed for lovers of walking. is to walk the most famous path in the word. Path of the Gods (il sentiero degli dei)Read More