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Pastel painted houses cling impossibly to rugged cliffs in Positano

Positano is where pastel-painted homes improbably cascade down the vertiginous cliffs of the Amalfi Coast. Its winding streets are framed by spectacular purple bougainvillea and its staircase streets lined by craft shops and cafes. Meeting the high standards demanded by the rich Italian landscape, our luxury villas in Amalfi and Positano combine elegance and comfort. 18th-century mercantile houses restored to their former excellence await you, or there are modern mountain retreats overlooking the sea’s blue waters Wherever you rest your head, with private pools and sun-kissed terraces, you’ll soon be living the Italian dream.

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January
13°C
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February
15°C
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March
15°C
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April
20°C
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May
21°C
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June
26°C
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July
29°C
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August
29°C
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September
26°C
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October
22°C
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November
18°C
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December
14°C
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About the Amalfi and Positano

The cliff side village of Positano is without doubt the jewel in the crown of the Amalfi Coast. Our luxury villas in Amalfi and Positano find themselves surrounded by pretty pebble beaches and architecture spanning centuries. Add to this some narrow streets lined with ancient trees, sleek boutiques and stylish cafes, and you’ll have a stylish and scenic Amalfi Coast getaway par excellence. Fine dining is high on the agenda in Positano and you’ll find some mouth-watering cuisine on offer along its hillsides and tucked in its cobbled alleyways. While the town is packed with historic allure, the best vantage point from which to enjoy it is out on the water. Let us arrange a boat tour on the region, and it won’t take long to discover a new perspective on a familiar iconic scene. The Amalfi Coast is also famed for its expansive cave systems, including the Grotta dello Smeraldo near Conca dei Marini. Partly submerged by the sea tides, this haunting cavern is lit from within to truly atmospheric effect. Better yet, you can even explore it on a rowing boat excursion. Of course, no trip to southern Italy is complete without a visit to the captivating town of Amalfi. This once powerful city lost much of its population and buildings to the sea during an earthquake in the 14th-century. However, what’s left behind, including the 9th-century Amalfi Cathedral, provides a tantalising hint of its former glory.

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