Residence in Positano Positano, Italy Vacation Rentals
Positano, Italy Vacation Rentals

  • 2Bedrooms
  • 3Sleeps
  • 1Bathrooms
Residence located in the centre of Positano in a splendid panoramic position.

5/5 Stars --

Surrounding Area

Positano is the most coy and aristocratic of the resorts along the Amalfi coast, almost inaccessible except by sea, where there is a small landing stage, or by the narrow, winding roadway high above the sea, where two cars may just about pass each other.
Positano is a charming village of 3700 inhabitants which lies on the Amalfi Coast between three valleys called Pertuso, Comune and Paipo. According to the tradition, Positano was founded by the inhabitants of Paestum who had fled from their homes, sacked by the invaders.

It has a small beach, very elegant haunts, exquisite hotels and everything is de-luxe or almost so. Mass tourism is banned from Positano, which cannot welcome more tourists than it does at present, for as it is they almost bump into one another of the tiny beach bounded by rock. There is no possibility of building further, and Positano is perhaps the only resort in the world that doesn't advertise.

Nowadays, this town is one of the most well-known seaside-resorts on the Amalfi Coast and it is especially popular with artists from all over the world.

They appreciate its houses, the majority white, clustering in picturesque confusion, on the seaward slope of the steep hill. Many painters, indeed, came to Positano for just a few days and stayed there for the rest of their lives.

What can you do in Positano ? Nothing!: but in a big way. Here people come for the sea, to meet the elect few in the private villas, to dance in the night clubs, to chat in the sun, or to walk in the narrow streets. It is a stupendous oasis of peace, where there are no motor-cars (only electric vehicles) and where life has a different rhythm, and an altogether different meaning.
In Positano it is worth visiting the so-called "Chiesa Madre", the main church whose majolica dome is visible from any spot of Positano.

And at sunset the fishing boats take to sea with great lanterns on their bow:
they fish anchovies and cuttle-fish. The nightlife of Positano is absolutely unique and you cannot miss enjoying a good dish of fish in one of the restaurants on the sea front.

Building where the apartments are

Vacation Rental Property

Ludovica apartments have been recently built in Positano centre in a splendid panoramic position. These five apartments have all a beautiful sea-view of the Amalfi Coast with the green orchards laying over the emerald-green sea water. These apartments are furnished with taste, with every comfort (e.g. air conditioning and TV) and with the typical ceramic floors from Vietri. Our guests can combine their stay in Positano with visits to the other resorts on the Amalfi Coast (Amalfi, Ravello, Vietri,) as the National Road 163, that links them, passes not far from the apartments. Tourists must not miss the nightlife of Positano which is one of the most exclusive and refined in Italy.


Map & Directions

Via Mangialupini 13, Positano, Italy 80062



From Rome follow the main road "A1" south bound (Napoli) and leave Napoli on the "A3" towards Salerno (Not Tangenziale Napoli). At Castellammare di Stabia, take the road to Sorrento. Follow the brown signs "Penisola Sorrentina". On arriving in Piano di Sorrento (a village along the way) turn left up Via Cavone and follow the National Road 163 to Positano.


A shuttle links the Airport with the main railway station in Rome. From Rome several trains leave for Naples (The trip takes approximately 2 hours). In alternative, (only on week days) the " Marozzi" bus leaves from Tiburtina train station at 7:00 am and 3:00 pm: the bus heads directly to Sorrento ( Euros 15.99). The "Sita" company buses in Sorrento main station leave for Positano every 40' mins.


From Naples Capodichino follow the A/3 motorway Naples-Salerno as far as the exit Castellammare di Stabia; once in Castellammare follow the National Road 145 (SS 145) as far as Sorrento which is about 48 kms from Naples. Be sure to always follow the brown signs "Penisola Sorrentina". On arriving in Piano di Sorrento (a village along the way) turn left up Via Cavone and follow the National Road 163 to Positano.


From Naples airport one can take a taxi or bus to the railway station in Piazza Garibaldi. At the main train station the local Circumvesuviana trains leave for Sorrento every 20 minutes all day. In alternative, from Naples Capodichino Airport one can take the bus of “Curreri” company that heads directly to Sorrento ans departs at 9:00 am " 11:30 am " 01:00 pm " 02:30 pm " 04:30 pm " 07:00 pm. (The trip takes approximately 1 hour). Once in Sorrento the buses operated by "Sita" leave the main station for positano every 40' mins.

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