Positano to Amalfi Ferry
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Positano to Amalfi is a domestic route in Italy and is operated by Travelmar.
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Located on the edges of the national park of Mons Lactarius on the Amalfi Coast. It is a stunning village with colourful houses built high into the hills. The town has narrow streets, which helps keep the town shaded and cooler.
You will have a choice of beaches to go to, including the Marina Grande beach, which is popular with the rich and famous and offers a variety of restaurants and hotels. For a quieter experience, head to Fornillo, Positano's other beach.
Positano is right at the front door of the beautiful national park of Mons Lactarius. This is a hikers paradise, offering the most extensive trails of the Apennine mountains and beautiful views!
Until the earthquake in 1343, Amalfi was a maritime powerhouse. Unfortunately, there is little evidence of this today as most of the old city and it's populous slide into the water. What is left is a quaint town with an iconic coastline and a beautiful harbour.
One of the first things you'll notice when you dock in Amalfi is the magnificent bell tower of the Amalfi Cathedral. The building is dedicated to Saint Andrew, and has been remodelled several times over hundreds of years with influences from Roman, Byzantine, Gothic and Baroque architecture.
Amalfi is one of the larger towns on the Amalfi coast. You can walk around squares and through pedestrianized streets with many restaurants and souvenir shops.