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Positano is mainly a pedestrian area, and steep stairways and passageways between the buildings replace the streets. There is only one road in the village that supports vehicle traffic.
Stroll through the narrow alleys lined with shops selling handicrafts and local fresh produce. For centuries the artisans of Positano have produced linen and silk garments and accessories. Currently their workshops continue to supply luxury fashion boutiques that can be found on virtually every street.
While you walk, look at the domes of the roofs of many of the houses and you will see that they are full of sand, which keeps the buildings cool in summer and warm in winter.
Head to the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, one of the most famous attractions of Positano. It is characterized by having a dome with majolica tiles and for housing the Black Virgin, icon of the twelfth century.
Lie down and relax on the Spiaggia Grande beach, at the foot of the village. This is the main beach of Positano and in summer it is usually very crowded. You may find more space at the Fornillo beach, which is quieter. This secluded cove is located past the watchtower, near where the ships dock. It can be accessed by a stone staircase from the road above.
Rent a boat in the port and explore the coves and sea caves of Positano, or go on a hiking route. One of the most famous is the Route of the Gods, a picturesque road through the mountain that will lead you to the town of Bomerano, at 635 meters above sea level. Climb up the mountains, cross a gorge and pass by flocks of sheep and goats; At each step you can enjoy breathtaking views.
The fastest and most convenient way to get to Positano is by bus. SITA offers frequent service from Nápoles, Sorrento, Amalfi and other towns on the coast. During spring and summer, in Positano ferries and hydrofoils operate from Naples, Salerno, Amalfi and other ports in the region.
Where to sleep in Positano
On the websites you can choose between no more and no less than 209 hotels, apartments and other types of accommodation for all tastes and budgets, from luxurious hotels to hostels and cheaper options.
If you are looking to enjoy a luxury trip, you will be interested in taking a look at the magnificent services of Le Sirenuse, located in Via Cristoforo Colombo 30, or Casa Angelina Lifestyle Hotel, which is located in Via G Capriglione 147. Of course You can also check Villa Fiorentino and Il Frantoio, which are in the same category of rates and services. Furthermore, its situation is ideal, given that Villa Fiorentino is at Via Guglielmo Marconi 150, and Il Frantoio is at Via Francesco Russo, 36.