In Positano, there are three main things you can do - relax, swim, and eat. But, there is still things you need to know ahead of time that can help you get better experiences. This is why I decided to make a short guide of my favorite things to do for all of you in case you will visit Positano one day.
It is on the way down to beach. It has a big open air courtyard, very popular spot for dining. Make sure book reservation ahead of time. Food is amazing!! Good taste and presentation!
Hotel Maricanto is a private spot with amazing views, good food, and nice service. Perfect for a romantic dinner. Reservations are required so make sure you call ahead of time.
Chez Black is the staple restaurant of Positano and is always full as its flooded with tourists since many celebrities have come to eat there in the past.
La Pregola was one of my favorites and is the best spot to eat right on the beach. It has amazing seafood and pasta options. This was the only restaurant I ate there twice during my 4 days stay.
Hotel Palazzo Murat is beautiful because of its big floral court yard and great staff. I loved eating here because of the live music and lively ambiance.
Francos Bar is great for getting a drink while enjoying spectacular views. If you like to party, this is the place to be!
With it’s iconic views, Sirenuse Hotel’s Champagne Bar is the perfect place to go have a drink, unwind, and enjoy a beautiful summer night out in Positano.
With it’s beautiful interior decor and tasty drink list, this is a must for you, your date, or a girls night out!
A must do is going to the beach for some sun bathing and swimming with the beautiful Positano Town backdrop. I would recommend to go to private beach because it is less congested and you would also want a comfortable lounge chair with an umbrella if you plan to stay there for a long period of time. It 25 euros per person for first row and 20 euros for second rows onwards. And you pay 5 euros per person for towel.
Another thing that I highly recommend is taking a private boat ride around the city. This costs around 100 - 500 euros depending on the kind of boat you rent.
It takes a lot for me to be impressed by art and even more for me to want to pay a leg and an arm for it. This gallery was one of the most memorable ones I have ever been to. I was ready to buy every piece in there. Make sure to stop by for some jaw dropping work!
To sum it all up, never judge a book by it’s cover - or in this case, a town! While my first view of Positano wasn’t all that great, as I walked deeper into it’s streets, interacted with it’s friendly residents, and ate some of it’s amazing food, I would highly recommend it! I can’t wait to be back soon.
Dress | Jonathan Simkhai Open Neck Maxi Dress
Shoe | Stella McCartney Sandal, sold out (Also like this & this)
Bag | YSL Kate Lame Lambskin Leather Belt Bag
Accessories | APM Silver Earrings, sold out (Also like this)Hope you enjoy the sharing!