Positano is a fabulously photogenic myriad of colour, culture and charisma. A colourful confection of houses tumble down the steep side a cliff into the sparkling sea, and further inland, an evocative maze of streets are lined with fashionable boutiques and refined restaurants. Throughout the years, prominent artists and authors have been enraptured by the dreamlike beauty of the place, and visitors will be inspired and enamoured by this aesthetically dazzling destination, which has still managed to retain a rustic and welcoming charm.
Positano’s most legendary landmark is undoubtedly the Chiese di Santa Maria Assunta, a sacred structure whose dazzling dome tops it like a decorative cherry. As one of the world’s most popular wedding destinations due to its picturesque position, visitors are more than likely to witness a matrimonial ceremony, which is sure to only add to the bristling beauty of this consecrated attraction.
Airy and artfully lit, the Franco Senesi Gallery boasts a rich and contemporary collection of modern art and sculpture. The dynamic diversity of the artwork encompasses the essence of the town itself, allowing culture connoisseurs to enjoy surreal sights, realistic expressions and artful sculptures.
Ristorante Next 2 seamlessly combines the classic and the contemporary with its dynamic décor and regionally inspired cuisine. While the décor embraces modern impulses, the classic cuisine is firmly rooted in Italy’s inspiring culinary heritage. Sublime specialities include a rustic squid and potato stew, lightly fired pizza and a daring variation of aubergine parmigiana which incorporates fish fillets. (Via Pasitea, Positano, Italy)