Residenza Pansa

Via di San Nicola dei Greci 11, Amalfi, 84011, Italy
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Praia

by lengleng

Hello all,
can you tell me if this is a good base for about 3 nights before we move to positano for another 3 nights?
http://www.alfonsoamare.it/Default.htm
thank you

Re: Praia

by nicolaitan

assuming you mean Praiano, between Amalfi and Positano, why move? They are not so far apart that you could not spend all six in one of them. Either by bus or private rented car, no great distance separates them.

Re: Praia

by footstool

our colleague Nicolaitan makes an excellent point. Praiano is literally 10 minutes east (as I recall, having stayed in Positano last year) from Positano. I recall the local restaurant/pizzeria had a terrace that overlooked a church and its adjoining playground, and then the beautiful water behind it! The pizza was typically thin and crusty, with little cheese, and greens on top. Delizioso!

Travel Tips for Amalfi

Positano Action

by Jmill42

You might wonder why everyone says "You HAVE to go to Positano / Amalfi coast", and yet can't exactly give you a true reason. Well, it is because the place has a certain charm that you can't describe. Sure, there are bars and a club or two, but that’s never the reason someone tells you to come here. It’s the mountains melding with the sea. It’s the winding staircases that never end. It’s the restaurants on the water, the local bands serenading you as you eat the fabulous seafood. It’s all of these things plus the thousand other things that you can't possibly describe. You have to see it, feel it for yourself.

Vagliendola

by sandysmith

The Vagliendola quarter, with its tower houses is a reallyt quaint area to explore amongst the back streets of Amalfi. The real heart of Amalfi.

Found just behind the harbour area, or the side roads on the left hand side of the Piazza Duomo.

A Dinning Experience

by acoco about La Caravella

Located in a "Palazzo" from the 11th century, La Caravella offers a very tipical ambiance with traditional regional Napoletan Music and an impecable service. The food menu is excelent with traditional napoletan cuisine with a modern view. The wine list is also very good and, as a matter of fact, there are two wine list, one for reds and one for whites, sparkiling and desert. Both organized by country and regions. Try the Sample Menu, for € 120 you will sample 2 appetizers, 2 pasta course, 2 main course and 2 deserts with 4 pairing wines. It's a gastronomic experience that you cann't miss.

Napoletana humour and a barge trip

by unravelau

Esmerelda grotto is a must see when you travel down the Amalfi coast (or up too). The stop on the road has the bus just about dangling off the cliff, but never mind. This must be a regular pit stop because the usual gifts are available straight off the bus. To get to the grotto you can take this ancient elevator (quite an adventure) or indeed walk the zig-zag pathway (taking considerably longer). You arrive in a cave like atmosphere..........very dark and damp and it gets more so when you approach the grotto entrance. My photo's weren't very good inside so you will just have to take it from me that it was worth the little barge ride to the extremities of the cavern even if only to hear the banter of the barge drivers. I didn't land in the water but I really wasn't in any danger of that.

Reality vs Imagination

by solopes

When I decided to travel along the Amalfitan coast, I was expecting to see some of the most beautiful beaches of Italy. Well, beaches is not the exact word to describe what I saw. there are a few small banks of sand stretched in the hills, but calling them beaches is... a favour.

It's possible to swim, the water seems very calm (I don't imagine the temperature) and the sights are... awesome. If you take your yacht, that's a fabulous destination. I "forgot" mine, and by the road, I only caught a good collection of good views.

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