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- Trip to Capri and Pompeii
- View from Vesuvius
- Church of Santa Maria Assunta
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If you want to spend your holidays in a very special place, Positano on the Amalfi Coast is the place for you. Whoever moves into a apartment or a vacation rental there sets up their tents in the middle of a picturesque city that stretches up the mountain with its terraced rows of houses. Accordingly, from the terrace of your holiday apartment you can enjoy the fantastic view of the coast and the Monti Lattari massif. In addition, holiday accommodation in Positano is also very attractive due to its short distances to the beach, to the numerous restaurants and to places of interest such as the church of Santa Maria Assunta.
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Once you have taken a few steps through the historic gorges of Positano, you will feel transported back in time. The churches of Santa Catarina, Madonna del Carmine, Santa Maria Assunta and Madonna delle Grazie are particularly noteworthy for their architecture and artistic interiors. No less worth seeing are the Marina Grande, the Torri Sarranceni and the Grotta dell'Incanto. The journey through time is rounded off by excursions to the nearby countryside, where sights such as the ruins of Pompeii or the Museo Correale di Terranova in Sorrento await you.
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The mild temperatures all year round make Positano, as well as the entire Amalfi coast from March to October, a very rewarding destination. While active holidaymakers and cultural tourists make the best use of the low season between March and early June and between mid-September and late October, beach holidaymakers get their money's worth in midsummer.
During the National Socialist era dozens of well-known German artists emigrated to Positano.
Top 3 travel tips
From the port of Positano you can start an excursion to the sunny island of Capri and visit places of interest such as the Blue Grotto or the ruins of Villa Jovis.2. Take a guided hike on the Sentiero degli Dei
If you want to experience the true beauty of Positano, you can join a guided tour to the top of Sentiero degli Die. Reward yourself with breathtaking views and let us show you the most beautiful places in the area.3. Dare to dance on the volcano
Climb Vesuvius, just a few minutes' drive from your apartment, and look into Mother Earth's gorge at the crater rim. The spectacle of rising fumes gives an idea of the violence that still slumbers under this sleeping giant.
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Positano is the most expensive city in Italy, with a cost of $450.59 on average per night.
]If you want to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Positano are November ($339.44 the average per night for accommodation), December ($369.52), and January ($369.69).
In 2020, the month that had the highest annual average in Positano was August, with an average price of $559.2 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of $545.14, and June, with $541.76.
When organizing a trip to Positano, you don't have to plan well in advance as the annual occupation is 42%.
October, April and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 69.4%, 67.75%, and 65.6%.
The months with the lowest properties available in Positano are, in order, August, January, and February with respective average availability figures of 39%, 42%, and 45.8%, based on data collected in 2020.
We have collected the offers from 22 different providers in Positano, so we can provide you with around 570 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!