Top 5 Things To Do In Positano, Italy
Updated: Sep 15, 2020
If you are looking for a great way to explore the breathtaking views and towns of Positano, Amalifi, and Ravello, you have to check out Get Your Guide. Get Your Guide offers full-day private tours of the Amalfi Coast on vintage vespas. They will pick you up at your hotel or AirBnB and guide you along the Amalfi Coast stopping at terraces overlooking the sea. Additionally, the tour consists of having a coffee break in a relaxing cafè to taste the delicious "delizia al limone", exploring the townsof Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, and ending your day with a typical Mediterranean lunch and an option to take a visit to the Emerald Cave on a small boat.
Music on The Rocks is a famous club in a cave and the best nightlife spot in Positano. The club has been a point of reference for national and international clubbing for 40 years and it is one of the leading clubs for location and music programming in Europe. Make sure not to show up before 1 am or you’ll be the only one there and wear your best outfits because Music on The Rocks is a destination for VIPs and personalities of show business and film entertainment.
The Church of Santa Maria Assunta is one of the most well-known landmarks in Positano acclaimed for its colorful majolica tiled dome and fashion design. The church was built in the 12th century A.C. with parts from a Roman Villa that was in Positano in the 1st Century A.C. You can take a guided tour of the medieval crypts and detailed interior all of which offer great photo opportunities.
Spiaggia Grande is the main beach of Positano and the center of many activities of the village. The beach offers views of town and the Church of Santa Maria Assunta as well as free bathrooms, changing rooms, and showers right next to the beach. The water is beautiful and refreshing but be sure to bring water shoes because you have to walk across rocks to reach the water. There are also jellyfish in the water but the attendants at the beach kiosks have jellyfish sting spray that will take the pain away from any potential stings.
The Path of Gods (also known as The Sentiero degli Dei) is a three hour hike that links the tiny
hilltop town of Agerola with Nocelle. The footpath has spectacular scenery and the hike is of easy difficulty but it is not suitable for those who suffer from vertigo or those with bad knees due to the 1700 steps down into Positano. Those who have hiked The Path of Gods say it was the best walk of their lives and they recommend wearing sunscreen, flat shoes, as well as bringing water and some light snacks.
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