Boat Rental in Positano
The atmosphere in Positano is cosmopolitan and international, while still feeling safe and restful.
Choose a charter with skipper and set your own agenda for a week as you explore this stunning zone. A trip to Capri will allow you to see some amazing historical sites and dine in some of the best restaurants in Italy. Amalfi and Sorrento are also great destinations for a boat trip, with plenty to see and do.
Cuisine in Positano
Of course, like anywhere in Italy, Positano offers the reliable favourites that you know and love, like homemade pasta or authentic pizza.
Accompany these world-famous dishes with the local drinks. Limoncello is a liqueur made from lemons that is a common after-dinner drink. Its less famous sister, fragoline is based on strawberries and is just as sweet and delicious.
Soak up the Scenery
Head to Agerola for one of the best hikes in Italy. The Path of the Gods hike will take around two hours to complete. At the end of the 7 kilometres, you'll be in Nocelle, a tiny village above Positano, where you can enjoy dreamy views of the Amalfi Coast. Don't forget to charge your camera - you're going to need it, to capture the endless scenic vistas that you'll see. For great sunbathing, go to Laurito Beach. It's hard to get here by land - unless you fancy walking down 450 steps, that is. In your private boat rental, you'll be there in minutes, and you'll enjoy a secluded spot with far fewer tourists than Positano's more famous Spiaggia Grande beach.