Positano

Once described by John Steinbeck as “a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone”, Positano is the most famous town along the Amalfi Coast. Its beauty is as steep as its vertiginous pastel-coloured homes, creating a post card aesthetic that has become synonymous with the Amalfi Coast. There are no shortage of luxury hotels, great restaurants, and fashionable boutiques to be enjoyed in Positano.

Ohimà Brasserie
Arienzo Beach
Vertiginous Houses

Our top three places to visit.

1

Da Vincenzo

Positano

Da Vincenzo is a family owned restaurant devoted to local cuisine. Great food, great service, and a restaurant regarded highly by locals that still maintains the feeling of old-fashioned home cooking. Try their Spaghetti alla Vongole.

Address

Viale Pasitea, 172

84017 Positano (SA)

Website

davincenzo.it

2

Franco's Bar

Positano

A contemporary al fresco bar with an old-fashioned, quality-first drinks menu; a place for amore, for friends, for a post-swim aperitif, for quiet contemplation of all that beauty.

Address

Via Cristoforo Colombo, 30

84017 Positano (SA)

Website

francosbar.com

3

La Taverna Del Leone

Positano

A favourite amongst the locals, La Taverna Del Leone has recently gone through an extensive refurbishment which has also brought an updated menu and a new pizzaiolo. A restaurant with a satisfying menu that balances quality with value for money. Try their ‘Lamb Medallion’.

Address

Via Laurito, 43

84017 Positano (SA)

Website

latavernadelleone.com

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