Positano

Getting Here

Those arriving from an international destination can fly into either Rome or Naples. From Rome Airport it is approx a 4 hour drive – however this is largely dependant on the amount of traffic as the windy roads of the Amalfi Coast can get very crowded in the summer months. Alternatively, you can take a train to Naples then a bus/ transfer into Positano.

If flying into Naples, then it would be best to organise a transfer to pick you up from the airport and transfer you to Positano – this will cost around $100 to $120 for a private transfer.

Aldo Limo’s provide exception service in the area and are reasonably priced.

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Where to Stay

La Sirenuse is perhaps the most well known accommodation in Positano and comes with a price tag to match. Situated in the heart of Positano town, La Sirenuse offers luxury accommodation.

If travelling with a large group, you may choose to hire an entire villa. Villa San Giacomo is set high above the town and offers stunning views over the entire area. The villa is pure luxury and can sleep up to 20 guests. Simply buy the ingredients and the in-house chef will the most delicious meals which are sure to become a highlight of your holiday.

For more reasonably priced accommodation try using Airbnb. There are many different property types available (use this link to get a $45AUD travel credit).

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Where to Eat

For beachfront dining you can’t go past Chez Black. Delicious meals and great atmosphere make this place a must when visiting Positano.

For all the Australians, you may already be familiar with the famous Da Adolfo Restaurant. This restaurant is set away from the main beach of Positano and requires a boat ride to reach – which just adds to the experience. The food is simple and delicious!

Da Adolfo

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Path of the Gods

Path of the Gods

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A guide to Positano