Hotel Eden Roc Positano
The Eden Roc Suites Hotel is aptly named, for you will surely feel you have discovered Eden as you...
Tramonto D'Oro (Praiano)
In The Heart of the World-wide celebrated Amalfi Coast, the Hotel Tramonto D'Oro, literally "Golden ...
Hotel in Positano located in a fabulous residential section of Positano, Villa Gabrisa is only a 10 ...
To climb heavenwards it is also possible to use the steps: those of the mythical ''Scalinatella" whi...
Hotel Royal Prisco
Newly built, it offers you all the hospitality and the courtesy typical of Positano. Between the sea...
Hotel Reginella is a typical local building situated in the heart of Positano. The hotel is surround...
La Rosa dei Venti di Positano
Harmonious and enchanting Positano, the pearl of the Amalfi coast, you can find a comfortable and el...
Pensione Il Canneto
The residence is located by the main road of Positano, probably at the most peaceful part of Amalfi ...
Villa Holiday in Positano
The Holiday Villa in Positano is one of the most desirable location for your dream holiday in Amalfi...
Villa Flavio Gioia
Villa Flavio Gioia is a luxury residence, property of the Cinque family, result a just renovated old...
Alcione Residence Positano
An ideal position in the breathtaking town of Positano, Residence Alcione is located across the stre...
La Rosa dei Venti
La Rosa dei Venti of Positano is a wonderfull residence situated in the oldest part of Positano the ...
Villa degli dei
Four-hundred fifty meters above sea level of the Amalfi Coast sits Nocelle - a precious, pastoral vi...
how to get to Positano - what to remember
If you are spending your holiday in Positano and you have already booked your hotel in Positano, before planning the rest of your trip, please be aware that there is no direct means of transport from Naples to Positano or from Salerno to Positano. This is something you should remember if you are wanting to determine an approximate arrival time and any connections. In fact, if you are getting to Positano from Naples or from Salerno, you need to take a train and then a bus. Of course this is not true if you are travelling to Positano by car or by helicopter.
Roads of the Amalfi coast- in particular the SS 163 - are particularly winding and full of curves. Should you suffer from motion sickness, it would be advisable to keep with you some medication for this, or chewing gum to help with nausea.
Amongst the modes of transport are buses and boats, both of which offer the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the Amalfi Coast. The first option gives you the possibility of enjoying the landscapes of the Amalfi Coast viewed from the top, whilst the second allows unforgettable views of the coast from the sea.
Of course even more striking than these is the view from an helicopter, but obviously this is more expensive than the other options, but one that if you can well afford it, would be so worth the ride!
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