Positano is a small fishing village on the Amalfi Coast in the west of Italy; a favorite destination for those who want to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is one of the many picturesque towns in western Italy. The small village still retains its old world charm, as modern day construction hasn’t touched this enchanting city. An hour’s drive from Naples, this tiny village is an ideal getaway from the more crowded and happening cities of Italy.
Positano is characterized by narrow streets, which wind down all the way to the harbor. Pleasing pastel colored houses line the serpentine streets. With only one main street where motor vehicles are allowed, the residents and tourists alike have to walk up and down steep inclines and steps. Smattered with a number of cafes, galleries and eateries, all one has to do is just relax and unwind here.
Bed and breakfast or B&B’s in Positano are quite popular in this quiet seaside village. There are a number of top class B&B’s, here. Like most bed and breakfast establishments, here too several private homes are run exclusively by the owners and managed by helpful staff.
Since most of the houses are located on an incline, invariably every accommodation boasts of mesmerizing view of the Mediterranean coast. You can wake up to spectacular sunrises and blue sea every morning. The lip smacking Italian breakfast and the company of fellow travelers is sure to enrich your stay. The limited lodging of B&B’s gives you the opportunity to know your neighbors and make new friends.
Many Positano bed and breakfasts have amenities that even suit families traveling with young children. The romantic twosome too can enjoy some quiet moments in this magical village.
Many of the B&B’s are located at walk able distance from Positano centre, Piazza Dei Mulini and the main beaches, spiaggia Grande and Fornillo beach, a much quieter place where you can relax, preferred by locals.
Those who have pets need not be discouraged; some Positano bed and breakfasts welcome their four legged guests warmly.
You can get to Positano by public transport by road with many buses from Sorrento and Amalfi (SITA bus) or by sea with ferries from Salerno, Amalfi, Sorrento and Capri. If you opt for an hassle free option you could get a private transfer from Naples, Salerno and the near by villages click here for more information.
A home away from home is what any Positano bed and breakfasts aim to offer to the innumerable tourists who visit the Amalfi Coast every summer.
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