Just sit back, and let your private and experienced guide take you through Positano. It’s no wonder why film directors have chosen Positano for the setting of feature films. You’ll really feel the way things used to be. Positano is a very special paradise, perched on the coast of Southern Italy, and waiting for your presence in this ever sunny haven.
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Your hotel or cruise ship in Sorrento. (Please mention your hotel details at the time of booking. Alternatively, please mention the name and docking details of your cruise ship. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)
Your hotel or cruise ship in Sorrento
You will be picked up from your hotel or cruise ship in Sorrento in a private air-conditioned car for your Positano sightseeing tour . The drive to Positano is approximately 45 minutes. You’ll be given approximately 2.5 hours to spend in Positano. Follow the spectacular coast road which winds its way along the cliff-side. Positano is often hailed as the jewel in the crown of the Amalfi Coast. Nestling amongst the cliffs the little white-washed houses cling perilously to rocks interspersed with bursts of colour from the fragrant flowers which spill from the window-boxes. Your guide will give you a comprehensive tour of the city, and then you’ll be given free time to enjoy the city. Being a coastal city, Positano has a very Mediterranean culture. You’ll enjoy the picturesque views of the ocean here. Positano is also a popular destination for the rich and famous, who are attracted by the area’s natural beauty and luxurious but unobtrusive hotels, and for film-makers. But despite its fame, the crystal-clear waters, the narrow, winding streets, tiny shops and houses and unhurried way of life all mean that Positano retains the atmosphere of a small, but wonderfully picturesque, fishing town. You will be dropped back at your hotel/cruise ship in Sorrento, where your tour ends.
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