The majority of beaches on the Amalfi Coast are mostly rocky. Forget long sandy stretches: shores in this part of Italy are pebbly coves pulled from towering cliffs, with rapidly plunging deep blue sea underfoot. Positano is often known for its main central beach, but the “natural crèche village” boasts several other beaches to choose from. You can pick one of the beaches of Positano listed below and lounge there all day, or hop from one to the other, chasing the sun as it starts to dip behind the mountains when evening approaches.
Eleonora Baldwin is a TV host, freelance food and travel writer, and culinary connoisseur based in Rome, Italy. Her writing appears in several food and travel publications. Her shows “ABCheese” and “Uazz’america” are broadcast on Italian food network Gambero Rosso Channel. Her podcast “iCheese” is recorded live on the Radio Food Live network.