Positano – the marvelous town on the Amalfi Coast
Positano is brimming with exercises both quiet and bold. From galleries, traditional shows, beach heading off and hiking tours to the more courageous diversions each sense of taste might be fulfilled by the full run of exercises in this city.
Scuba swooping around the shoreline of Positano guarantees an amazing perspective of the marine natural life. Indeed, Positano is globally eminent for some of its jumping spots, incorporating nearby Li Galli islands (also known as The Sirenusas) and The Emerald Grotto (an expansive cavern loaded with submerged stalagmites and the renowned worldwide submerged “ceramics lodging”).
Amalfi coast and small Li Galli islands on the left, Campania by Dave & Margie Hill / Kleerup
For the individuals who favor dry area, Positano gloats numerous strolling and trekking trails (recall that it is based on a precipice side) that offer an approach to leave the “visitor” parts of the city. Hikes can take you through Positano to the encompassing wide open and up to the heights.
As there are numerous tracks, trekking could be as troublesome as you pick, making it ideal for those of all experience levels. The Path of the Gods trek is not to be missed with stupendous panoramic vistas.
Positano, Amalfi Coast by Jensens
Things you must See and Do in Positano
1. Foot Path of the Gods
Foot Path of the Gods is definitely the best ranked natural scenery that would blow your mind with its magnificent natural beauty. This might be great if you love hiking and if you are here with your children, they might join the tour and enjoy.
Foot Path of the Gods by Ken Mayer
2. Bagni d’Arienzo
Bagni d’Arienzo is Positano’s best beach (Blue flag) great for swimmers and relaxing; has boat services from pier of Positano; and the food is ranked second to none. A great place to relax in and enjoy some wine.
3. Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale
Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale is a wonderful church building, one of the best for weddings; rich in history and culture. A must see for the religious and lovers of history.
Positano with the church of Santa Maria Assunta by Ivonne
4. Spiaggia del Fornillo
Spiaggia del Fornillo is a magnificent beach. Actually it has been said it’s the most beautiful in the entire Mediterranean. It takes few minutes to get to this beach, however it is quite hard to find it. Follow Via dei Positanesi.
5. Palazzo Murat
Palazzo Murat is 18th century palace, now a 4-star hotel offering a breath taking romantic garden conducive for having lunch while being surrounded by luxuriant plants. Truly a definition of elegance. Enjoy a delicious steak or fish with salad that is really tantalizing.
6. Spiaggia Grande
Spiaggia Grande – a main Positano’s beach offers a spectacular view of the sun kissing the horizon as it sets. It is a great beach with great restaurants that offer great services. Have a meal in one of the restaurants and live to tell a beautiful story.
Positano at dusk with Spiaggia Grande by hozinja
7. Music on the Rocks
For those who love clubbing, how about clubbing on the beach; dancing and drinking on the beach will drive you crazy and cream your stay in Italy’s great tourist location.