Positano || Amalfi Italy
Positano is best described by the words of John Steinbeck who in May 1953 wrote in Harper’s Bazaar the following words: “Positano bites deep“, he then went on to say “It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.” These printed words launched mass tourism for this sea-town, and despite its popularity in the summer months it is still charming and magical even experiencing it along with hordes of tourists. To really appreciate its beauty arrive first by ferry to get a panoramic views of the town nestled into the mountain that drops into the sea. Then depart by car, no trip is complete without experiencing a drive on the harrowingly narrow twists and turns of roadways that precariously cling to the cliff, but hire a driver so you can enjoy the view.
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