Operating out of a kiosk on Spiaggia Grande, Blue Star hires out small motorboats for €60 per hour (€200 for four hours). Consider...
Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta
This church is the most famous and – let’s face it – pretty much the only major sight in Positano. If you are visiting at a weekend you...
Just west of the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta church, this palazzo is now a luxury hotel. It may be beyond your budget to stay but you...
Music on the Rocks
This is one of the town’s few genuine nightspots and one of the best clubs on the coast. Music on the Rocks is dramatically carved into...
This restaurant, run by amiable Luigi, is on the front line which, given the number of cash-rich tourists in these parts, could equal...
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Don’t let the underwhelming decor fool you – this unassuming restaurant serves superb seafood. Bag a table across the street and enjoy the view of Positano while swooning over house specialities like the antipasto of marinated fish with vegetables, orange and Parmesan; for a main course try the grilled fish with a wedge of local lemon.