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Positano Italy

Its not a big distance from Sorrento to Amalfi, so we took all the time we needed to get there. This is the village of Positano, beautiful and packed with tourists.

Positano Italy

Positano again.


Positano Beach Italy

The beach of Positano is populated with fisher boats, and you can see that there are huge, dark clouds hanging in the air. Later that day it would start to rain, which prevented any shots in Amalfi.


Positano Italy

Positano again.

Positano Italy

A beautiful restaurant in Positano.


Costiera Amalfitana Italy

One of the core problems at the Costiera Amalfitana is the lack of parking space. Thus, you find cramped garages like this everywhere. To get your car out, they sometimes have to re-arrange all cars.

Accommodation

Zanzig's Hotel Tip
Hotel Aurora
Piazzale dei Protontini, 7
84011 Amalfi (Sa)
Phone (089) 871 209
Fax (089) 872 980

The Hotel Aurora is situated close to the old harbour, right on the sea. It is just a short walk to the town center, so you are a bit off the beaten tourist tracks, and you will be able to enjoy the tranquility of the hotel. Some of the rooms have an awesome view towards the sea (it rained when we were staying at the hotel, what a pity). While it certainly is not a "grand hotel" like the hotel described in Billy Wilder's excellent movie "Avanti!", it is in our opinion better than its official three-star rating may suggest, both in terms of room quality and customer service. No wonder to us, as the hotel has just 29 rooms, and the hotel staff can take care of your wishes quite fast. All-in-all, a "very good" hotel.

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Restaurants

Ristorante Bar Pizzeria Il Teatro
Via E. Marini, 19
84011 Amalfi (Sa)
Phone (089) 872 473
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