Best of Positano, Italy

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 Where to Stay

Budget:Brikette Hostel:

I actually stayed here. It was absolutely amazing. Clean, great location, spacious and cheap.

 

Medium: Hotel Posideon

Splurge: Le Sirenuse:

Stunning nothing quite like it.

Where to Eat?

Cafe Positano

Amazing views. The food is good. It was mostly pastas. I had the eggplant pasta which was great. As always, I order the house wine which was great. It did get a bit cool at night because it gets windy so bring a sweater.

Chez Black

A famous tourist place on the big beach. The prices were a bit higher but expected. I had the pizza which was amazing and they even shaped it into a heart! 🙂 This was probably one of my favorite pizzas on the trip. The place is filled with pictures of famous celebrities and the owner. The owner is always at the restaurant and sits in the front and welcomes everyone which is so cute.

Da Vincenzo

This is another place with an amazing view on the water. This place had some of the best food. We got the scallops as a starter and it was the best scallops I have ever had. I decided I had to stick with seafood and order the mussels which was HUGE and delicious. I think a lot of the time the stew can be salty but this was not the case here.
Definitely recommend if on the big beach to go here.

Local Markets

Amazing spot to grab something cheap and have a picnic on the beach. The great thing about pebble beaches is that it is easier to eat and drink on them. We grab food from the local shops for happy hour too and had a little meat and cheese plate while we sipped on wine before dinner.

Local Dessert Shops

OMG! The best canoli ever!! All the desserts are amazing. Highly suggest splurging on italian desserts.

Where to Drink?

Beach Bar

The local beach bars are great for a aprivo or happy hour here 🙂

Africana

Such a cool club made in the rocks. Our hostel had a van that took us to and from. This one was bigger than Music on the Rocks

Music on the Rocks

Another amazing club made in the rocks. Again our hostel had a van that took us to and from which was very helpful. This one was a lot closer to the main area.

Things to do?

Lounge:

  • Little Beach
  • Big Beach

Shop:

  • handmade cloth clothes

 

  • Paintings

Hike:

 

 

  • Boat Day

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About Danielle

Hi, I'm Danielle a traveling blogger who’s lucky enough to see the world. There are a lot of layers to this blog, which resembles me. Ultimately, this is a lifestyle blog balancing my life of travel, fashion, fitness, and everyday adventures. Welcome Abroad!

Hi, I'm Danielle a traveling blogger who’s lucky enough to see the world. There are a lot of layers to this blog, which resembles me. Ultimately, this is a lifestyle blog balancing my life of travel, fashion, fitness, and everyday adventures. Welcome Abroad!