Welcome to Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Long one of the country’s best-kept secrets, Amalfi is starting to become more of a hotspot with tourists looking to escape the crowds of Tuscany. Positano is a charming village perched on a cliff on the southern coast. It features a beautiful pebble beach, narrow streets filled with shopping boutiques and restaurants and classical architecture make it a fantastic destination for those looking for a little fun and romance. Positano offers the best of old world charm meets modern hospitality.
Enjoy Amalfi with Your Own Charter. The Amalfi Coast is an ancient area great walking, but honestly stressful for driving. Most people simply walk between towns, but there’s no better to explore the area than with your own charter. There many harbors for you to enjoy the other towns in the region where you can discover the unique charms each one of them possesses. Many people love heading to spots like Ravello and Atrani. Not only that, once you’ve had your fun in Positano and Amalfi, you can continue your adventure by heading up to Tuscany or south towards Rome. Either way, you’re in for a great time!
Get Ready to Stretch Your Legs. Positano is known for its steep streets that lead up to its most beloved destinations, the famed majolica-tiled dome located on the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta which features a thirteenth-century icon of the Virgin Mary from the Byzantine. These renowned holy spots are simply stunning and offer you a breathtaking connection with Positano’s long and interesting history.
Head Out on the Sentiero Degli Dei. There are two ways to explore Amalfi, by boat and by hiking. The best way to experience Positano is to do a combination of them both. You can experience the town cliffside towns through the easy to moderate intensity hikes on the Sentiero Degli Dei. These trails through hills connect you with ancient churches, small restaurants, and stunning views. There are simply so many treasures that you can discover here. The best advice is to give yourself a lot of time. Most of the charms of Positano are not something you can easily find on a map, but a discovery you come across while exploring the amazing coasts on your own charter.