My Positano hotspots guide is here! :) You guys know I've been to Italy maaany times but somehow I never made it to Positano. So finally, when we were looking for a special place to celebrate Gabriel's 1st birthday, we had the perfect excuse to go! We had such a great time chilling at the beach, eating our weight in gelato and exploring the pretty little streets of this Amalfi coast gem. So if you're still looking for a sunny vacation destination Positano is definitely worth the trip, especially if you hit all of my fave hotspots! :)
FAVE PLACES TO STAY
Despite not being very big, Positano has lots of amazing hotels to stay in! We had the pleasure of staying at Hotel Poseidon and Le Sirenuse. And though I absolutely loved both, I have to say that Le Sirenuse isn't really that suitable for kids, so keep that in mind if you're planning a trip with your minis. Both hotels were as paradise-like as you'd expect, with lush breakfasts (yay!) and the prettiest pools for chilling.
FAVE THING TO DO
Honestly, there's only 1 thing you should really do in Positano and that's enjoying the epic scenery! The hillside houses are world famous by now, but I swear that pictures don't even do it justice. We pretty much spent every single day strolling around, eating popsicles on the beach, and taking a dip in the ocean. Marina Grande is the most well known beach and you know what that means: looots of people! A little walk from here there's Spiaggia del Fornillo beach, much less touristy so definitely worth it. A little bit outside of Positano lies Fioro di Furore, a beach with a little bridge that's also not as crowded as Marina Grande.
FAVE PLACES TO EAT
First things first: if you want to snap that typical Positano parasol shot, the Pupetto beach bar is the place to go! For typical Italian treats (pasta, pizza, gelato) we loved Saraceno d'Oro, Il Fornillo and Da Vincenzo Positano. Also: you HAVE to go and try the pizza at Chez Black (they have the cutest heart-shaped ones :))! We went there a couple of times because I just couldn't get enough haha. For drinks I loved the patio at Villa Treville, and the terrace of the Il San Pietro di Positano hotel has the most amazing view to enjoy your apero.
Have you been to Positano? Any hotspots to add here? :)