Holiday House Gilda

Via Arienzo, no 76, Positano, 84017, Italy
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La Tagliata

by genebeans

Anyone been here with children. If so is it one charge or is there a children menu or charge as well.either way we are going but just wondering

Re: La Tagliata

by hawkhead

As it's Italy children eat what adults eat. No idea about the lesser charge but I should imagine not.

Re: La Tagliata

by genebeans

They are fine with children and don,t even charge for little ones;

Also regarding boats in and around Positano they don,t charge for children under 5 years old and half price up to 12 years old


Travel Tips for Positano

Positano - view from the sea

by dvideira

Leaving it ( or arriving there ) by boat is a beautiful way of seeing Positano...nested at the southern feet of the Lattari mountains and crowned by the steep slopes of Monte Comune and Monte S. Angelo in Tre Pizzi - all around rise green mountains - its arcaded, cubist buildings, set in tiers up the mountainside, with dawn-color walls: rose, peach, burgundy... what a picturesque view.

Leave the Hoochie-Mama shoes at home!!

by Geisha_Girl

As always......pack light! Positano is a cliffside town so pack only what you think you can carry up several flights of steps or several hills. If you rent a hotel room down near the main beach area, they have porters who can carry your luggage on their carts. Otherwise, you're on your own when luggging your pack on and off the trains, boats, and steps of Positano. Bring comfortable shoes and leave the high heels at home, please! God forbid you slip down one of the 1,900 steps of the town in your stilettos! Positano is a beach town so folks go very casual there......even in the evenings! In the summer and into September the weather stays quite warm so beach attire is required. Since there is only ONE "Farmacia" in the whole town of Positano, it might be wise to stock up on your own medical supplies. You may be able to find some of your toiletry necessities at some of the corner markets, but pack whatever you can fit in your SMALL luggage, just in case. Bring lots and lots of film! You can never take a bad picture in a town like Positano. Every angle is a photo opportunity! Panoramic shots come out gorgeous and frameable!


by iandsmith

I trudged on and, as luck would have it, I came upon the group of walkers that I had waved to. They were from Australia (mainly Geelong) and their guide Francesco said that the numbers of Australians travelling had increased markedly while Americans were literally scarce on the ground.
Soon after we came upon two walkers and three mules who were gathering wood. It was fascinating to see it still gathered in such a way in a relatively modern country like Italy, but that's the way life is here above the resorts.
Not long after, civilization beckoned in the form of a village called Nocelle (pic 5). From here you can catch a bus down to Positano but I chose to walk on.
Monte Pertuso came and went (pics 2 & 3) and other cliffs passed, along with natural water springs and religious sites.
From up top you can get a great view of the cemetery (pic 4), that improbably sited bit of real estate that sits bizarrely beneath a cliff.

Good food....

by sissah about Oops... Well, I'll tell you where it is.

We ate at this little place, and the food was great. We had some wine, and we were right on the porch looking at the water, and it was great. If you walk down the street that goes to the water, the restaurant is right off to your left, once you're at the water. It's a white building, and you'll see tables and people eating. It was really good.

Near the center square

by dlchilders about Cafe Max

This is a fairly new restaurant (2 years or so) in Positano. It is expensive, yet it is worth every dime! It's also half art gallery. Rachel Ray ate here twice when she visited Positano. It wasnt for her show, it was on her on personal time. It's more upper scale than the typical family run/operated restaurants that are all over Positano. Very good and worth going to. YOu must have reservations or you will be frown upon for sure. I had fettucine with mushrooms, white wine, was some kind of special of the night and I still think about this dish. I"m going back in September and asking for it again!!


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Address: Via Arienzo, no 76, Positano, 84017, Italy