Villa Nettuno

Address: Viale Pasitea 208, Positano, Amalfi Coast, Campania, Italy | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located on Viale Pasitea 208, Positano, is near Spiaggia del Fornillo, Spiaggia Grande, Sul Sentiero degli Dei, and Palazzo Murat.
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Travel Blogs from Positano

Brats, Beer, Wine, and Limoncello

A travel blog entry by mehoesly on Oct 14, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... decided to just stay at a B&B in Nocella. We had an amazing dinner with wine, pasta, and limoncello. I
learned that the Campania region is famous for Aglianico grapes, which makes my favorite red wine so far, and for limoncello. The B&B was great - nothing quite like waking up and overlooking the Amalfi Coast. On Sunday the weather was gorgeous so we walked the 1,700 steps down to Positano and did some more walking ...

Trains!

A travel blog entry by jklapak on Sep 17, 2011

... over already. Some more gypsies on the terminal station randomly asking her questions didn't help either. Dan and Lisa helped settle things down though by being so calm and reassuring. Finally arriving in Sorrento helped much as the hotel is beautiful and the views are breathtaking. The evening ended with a great dinner at a local restaurant. Much more travel time then expected but it is a totally different experience in this part of Italy and we all love ...

Sailing the high seas to the Isle of Capri

A travel blog entry by cafe_travel on Sep 10, 2010

42 photos

... were all over the place, the beach that was there was no longer and a lot of the shops that were under the bridge had all but been destroyed. Sadly, that included one of the restaurants Tanya and I dined at in 2008. The place was a mess and there were literally people everywhere, along with rescue services and helicopters flying overhead. We’d been woken up by a helicopter that sounded like it was about to land on our terrace so clearly this is where it had flown to. ...

Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by tonkin on Oct 31, 2009

3 photos

... was pretty funny too. I then went up to the centre of Capri which involved walking up hill upon hill. It's fairly nice, great views though. A number of wealthy people live there. There was one particular mountain where there is a 'golden house' built on its peak. It used to be owned by a president of somewhere, but now a very wealthy American family owns it.
That evening, I refused to pay for another dinner so one of the students and I ...

Italian Coast

A travel blog entry by katieandrod on Apr 25, 2008

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... our first stop was in Pompei. It's amazing how well preserved everything is, given that is was all buried by the volcano. Got a tour around the ancient city which was very interesting (not as good as Rome though). They were pretty advanced for their time - streets on a downward slope to the sea, for sewerage etc with bigger stepping stones to be able to cross the ...