卢湾申花魂This time I took a special flight from Milan to the southern part of Italy. It feels like playing here is the same as another country in another season. The sea is very clean. It should be great to spend a holiday by the sea here.
Positano Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended
Positano is a cliffside village on southern Italy's Amalfi Coast. It's a well-known holiday destination with a pebble beachfront and steep, narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafes. Its Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta features a majolica-tiled dome and a 13th-century Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary. The Sentiero degli Dei hiking trail links Positano to other coastal towns. Spiaggia Grande is the heart of sea edge Positano. 300 meters long, the beach is one of the largest on the Amalfi Coast, and one of the most glamorous too, attracting a fashionable crowd of artists, actors and celebrities.
Those looking for a more peaceful spot in which to bask in the Mediterranean sun will love Positano's Fornillo beach, which can be reached via a coastal path commencing on the Spiaggia Grande. Legend has it that the three islets of Li Galli, just off the shores of Positano and often referred to as the "Sirenuse", were inhabited by Sirens who attempted to seduce with their song all those who sailed nearby.
Among those to have been enchanted by the islets' mysterious beauty, the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who spent the last years of his life here, is, perhaps, the most famous.
I love coming back to Italy. Out last trip was to Venice and Positano and I was mind blown by how stunning both locations were.
My favourite things to do included chilling on Spiagia Beach, wandering around and searching for the best pizza places, sipping wine by the canal and stopping by gems like Fiordo di Furore. My favourite place to stay was Villa Franca in Positano.
Postitano is one of the most Instagram worthy destinations. I don’t wonder why it’s so popular. The view is just breathtaking.