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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 86%Local Culture
- 77%Family Travelers
- 73%Art & Design Lovers
- 70%Nightlife Lovers
- 70%Business Travelers
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- PositanoMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 2Jul 06, 2013
Such a romantic little town. There's just something in the air here. Interestingly enough, it has its own fashion called "Positano Style," which is loose, flowy, light-colored (and sometimes lacy) dresses printed or embroidered with subtle floral prints. You can take a short ferry ride to Capri from here, but it only heads out to the island once in the morning, so plan accordingly. During warm summer nights, head to Music on the Rocks down at Spiaggia Grande.
- PositanoMay 24, 2013
Positano is a beautiful town on a hill with a black sand beach. It is absolutely gorgeous. The movie Under the Tuscan Sun is the first time I saw Positano and ever since I saw that movie I had always wanted to visit. I had the opportunity in 2007. It is one of my favorite places.
- PositanoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 2Nov 02, 2012
Positano is a picture-perfect village on the Amalfi coast, with brightly colored houses clinging to the cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean sea. Like all of Italy, it is a little touristic, but less so than its larger neighbor, Sorrento, and its charm is tough to match. There is a nice little stony beach here where you can hang out.
- PositanoOct 04, 2012
Ahh Positano... I spent three long weekends here (February and then 2 in early April) and the last weekend I started to see what their summer season was all about. The crowds were starting to form. But the people here are friendly and the vertical town has the best food in all of the Amalfi Coast. You may want to hire a driver who will know about more off-the-map spots up in the mountain. Do not rent a car unless you have a death wish! Eat at C'era Una Volta at the top of the town for the most amazing pizzas and fresh, fresh seafood. Their spaghetti with mussels and cherry tomatoes was so simple and one of my favorite dishes of all time. Also, Ristorante Max is a must for their cozy, upscale ambience and fresh seafood. The gelato down on the beach at Buca is the best. And don't be afraid to start conversations with the locals! When traveling alone, I could not decide where to eat dinner. I asked one gentleman who was walking along the boardwalk, and living in Positano all of his life he made a few recommendations before offering to eat together. I had such a wonderful time with him, and enjoyed the company!