Bacio del Sole B&B

Via Arco, 30, Nocelle, Positano, 84017, Italy
Bacio del Sole B&B
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Hotel in Positano

by edfisher

Has anyone stayed at The Hotel Poseidon or Le Sirenuse? What are they like? Is Le Sirenuse really worth 600+ EUR a night?

Re: Hotel in Positano

by nicolaitan

sireneuse is a world class hotel, amazing. and for an equally costly alternative, consider il san pietro where we stayed. also worth every one of those euros. two of the best in europe.

Re: Hotel in Positano

by nicolaitan

tim - we ate dinner at the isp two night, surprisingly informal, some a bit dressed up but most including us in everyday attire. the hotel offers a free and frequent shuttle to positano, drivers refuse tips.

we had a rental car and found the free parking lot to be spacious enough to just get in the car and drive out. according to friends who stayed at the sireneuse and rave about it, the parking at sireneuse is very croweded and one may find their car blocked in and have to get the hotel staff to move or or more cars in order to get out.

Re: Hotel in Positano

by nicolaitan

tim - read my write up on the isp on my positano page. they have a breathtaking hotel but they are NOT nice people. we had been forewarned and therefore were not surprised by just how snarky they could be. despite our problems it remains my beloved proserpina's favorite hotel of all time - it is just breathtaking. as you know. there are plenty of similar comments on tripadvisor at least from the last time i looked several years ago.

Travel Tips for Positano

Walking the vias

by iandsmith

One of the enchanting things to do in Positano is to walk the back streets. Actually, every road here is like a back street come to think of it!
Some, like the Via Maria pictured here, are nothing more than stairways leading up and down the hill. Like every other street in Positano, they do not favour the physically disabled or unfit.
Obesity is rarely encountered here. Down by the beach (pic 4) is where some of the ritzier places can be found and crowds thin out noticeably the further you go up the hill where you might run across some villas (pic 3).
Because it was laid out with only people and mules in mind most ways are narrow (pic 5) which, for me, makes it more atmospheric.

Seniero Degli Dei -The Route

by sandysmith

The trail goes along a narrow rocky path through Mediterranean scrub and oak woods, vineyards and chestnut woods to Colle la Serra (575 m). The more rugged scenery of the Vallone di Grarelle starts here with many caves and deep coves. Continues on to a suburb of Positano, Nocelle, a very panoramic area. A walk along the village leads to the old footpath which leads to Montepertuso (365m) crossing through the Vallone Porto, a deep gorge with striking limestone walls. From here take the old steps - there are many of them!! down and down through olive groves and vineyards to the centre and beach of Positano.


by sandysmith

This pretty little village is above Positano - we had to pass through it on the Sentiero Degli Dei pathway (see sports tips). From the end of the path is took about 30 mins walking on the road through to this village. There was a CAI signpost for the walk leading under a bridge after the Vallone Porto has been passed - but don't take this I think this section of the path has been closed as it came to a dead end.

Rose Petals

by kcochran111 about Chez Black

Chez Black is located right on the beach of Positano in the main boardwalk. Trying to get a table on the street can be tricky on weekends or holidays, and the wait may be awhile for any table. But, grab a glass of champagne and take a seat on the boardwalk while you wait.

Once seated, the atmosphere is delightfully hectic. There are so many tables of people speaking so many languages, and the waiters are literally running trying to keep up with orders. The petali di rose con zucchini was absolutely delicious! I've never had pasta like this before (neither the shape nor the sauce) and we ended up buying a couple bags of the "rose petals" to take home.

The calamari is lightly fried and wonderful, but the swordfish wasn't spectacular. Red wine actually compliments Chez Black's dishes quite well. Try the arancini as a starter. These mini-rice balls are a tasty appetizer.

"DA GIORGIO" is da Bomb! (Capri)

by Geisha_Girl about "da Giorgio" Cucina Tipica Caprese

"da Giorgio" ristorante was recommended to us by one of the locals in Capri. We figured this would be the best way to choose one of the dozens of restaurants on the island that wasn't so......"touristy." We were quite pleased with the results and the dishes that were served up there. The fresh sea bass was served whole, but you can have them "filet" it if you don't want to risk swallowing the bones!

The ambience was pretty lively and the service was friendly and entertaining. The one great thing about dining in Italy is that, no matter how crowded the restaurant can get or no matter what time they close.....the wait staff never "rush" you to have you leave your table. You must request "il conto" yourself if you're in a hurry to skee-daddle out of there! I had been long awaiting to sample the "Caprese salad" (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil) in its origin of Capri. I wasn't disappointed at all with the version that "da Giorgio" served up!
The key ingredient in this dish is the FRESHEST tomatoes.


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