The sophisticated town of Positano sits on the western Amalfi coast and is an extraordinary place to remain if you are looking for different destinations around the coast for your trip, which include Capria and Ischia. The small town was one time a mighty power of the oceans, yet nowadays it is a lovely small town where visitors can spend their holiday the chic boutiques and eat out in a lot of fish cafés around the Grand Beach.

There is an ordinary ferry service to Positano and Salerno, which keeps running from April until the end of the year. There are numerous extravagance places to remain around the rough shoreline of Positano however the cost for a seaview does not come inexpensively.

Best Places to Stay in Positano

Hotel Marincanto

Spacious rooms and marvelous views and a center of Postino, which make this hotel to be a popular place to remain. Rooms here are basically sleek, with traditional decorations, and are good to stay – especially in their own private balconies.

You will appreciate this hotel for the scrumptiously morning meals beside pruned blooms, enjoying the sunlight and the ocean, taking a plunge in the lavish everlasting pool, and massaging your back rub at the wellbeing center while staying this hotel. Moreover, the hotel is encompassed by every one of the shops and eateries in the core of the town.

Hotel Montemar

This hotel is about eminent views over the shining sea of the Amalfi Coast. Sit out on the romantic terrace with its terracotta tiles and vines and taste mixed drinks with your friends as the sun sets and the town begins to light up. The quiet region is marginally set back from the busy plazas and beach; spending your trip here means finding a piece of Positano for yourselves where you can relax with the excellent surroundings peacefully. There's a small, peaceful beach only a ten-minute walk away.

Hotel Savoia

This 3-star hotel is a family-owned giving overlooking Positano from a hill peak, which means you won't be a too long way from the town itself; truth be told, it's only under a ten-minute walk to Positano ferry terminal – convenience if you wish to explore further by sea. The hotel itself is set in a normally Mediterranean building, which brings to you feel you are a part of the surrounding scenes – the rooms are tiled and some even have their very own balconies to while away the hours on.