THE POSI­TANO LIT­TLE BLACK BOOK

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - TRAVEL -

GET­TING THERE

The main trans­porta­tion hubs to the Amal Coast are Sor­rento, Salerno and Naples, a 75-minute drive away. You can also reach Posi­tano by ferry from Naples.

WHEN TO VISIT

The best time to ex­plore Posi­tano is from April to June, when tem­per­a­tures are in the mid-to-high 20s and the ow­ers are in bloom. You’ll also skip the tourist peak of July and Au­gust.

SLEEP EASY

Rest in 18th cen­tury lux­ury at La Sirenuse ( Sirenuse.it). Enjoy panoramic views from the fam­ily-run Ho­tel Po­sei­don ( Hotel­po­sei­don­posi­tano.it).

EAT THERE

Ristorante Buca di Bacco ( Bu­cadibacco.it). Da Adolfo’s ( Daadolfo.com), Ristorante Bruno and L’Al­ter­na­tiva Posi­tano are good op­tions, too.

SHOP HERE

La Bot­teguc­cia ( Labot­teguc­cia­posi­tano.it) for cus­tom-made leather san­dals. Silk printed kaf­tans and quirky jew­ellery at Cabiria ( Cabiri­amoda.it). Carro ( Car­roposi­tano.it) of­fers es­padrilles and leather hand­bags and Teresa Bou­tique ( Teresabou­tique.it) is per­fect for splurg­ing on sum­mery dresses.

FIND OUT MORE

For more about Posi­tano and the ex­quis­ite Amal Coast, visit Posi­tano.com – it’s lled with in­for­ma­tion from the lo­cals.

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Fresh seafood spaghetti; Ristorante Buca di

LEFT Bacco Posi­tano’s streets are lined with mar­kets

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