Positano — Positano, with its white villas and palazzos built into an impressive cliff on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is a painter’s paradise. From prosperous port in the 16th and 17th centuries, to poor fishing village, the town was launched back into the limelight in the '50s when John Steinbeck wrote a glowing essay claiming that the little town "bites deep."
What's New in Positano
September 30, 2010 by Jim Sherman
One thing about the Amalfi Coast is that it almost doesn't matter which town you stay in as you are likely to spend a day in each. Staying in Sorrento is usually ... Read More »