Hotel Paradiso Residence

Address: Via Pozzillo , Santa Maria di Castellabate, Campania, 84072, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Pozzillo , Santa Maria di Castellabate.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate

    The Amazing Amafi

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Oct 04, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... shops. After somewhat of a wait, we did manage to catch a bus back to Praiano, standing room only for careening around those curvy mountain roads.

    On Saturday morning we checked out of the very nice Hotel Le Firoriere, gave hugs to "mama" Rosanna, and drive the autostrada (after a morning drive through the narrow streets of Praiano and Positano one last tie!) a few hours north to the Umbrian hill town of Orvieto. More about that next time!

    Positano, Italy's vertical city

    A travel blog entry by boneleone on May 29, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    After having a simple breakfast at Nino's B&B in Nocelle, we caught the local bus to the Maricano Hotel in Positano. Thankfully, Niño carried my bag to the bus stop for me. The bus driver dropped us off right at the hotel door. This place is fab and a beautiful place to rest. We had lunch at the hotel, and Mark was thrilled they ...

    Ruins, Disasters and Scenic Drives

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 26, 2013

    51 photos

    ... alluded to the fact that ceramics are very big in this area, and each town along the coast appears to have its own little twist to this particular product. We visited Vietri Sul Mare [Vietri on the Sea], the southern-most of the 14 towns on the Amalfi Coast, on our last day in this area and it seemed that about 50% of the town's shops specialised in ceramics. Most had the very traditional products in yellows and greens but some were clearly trying to break ...

    Higher and Higher!

    A travel blog entry by dmandpeter on Sep 02, 2013


    ... off the edge and whilst they looked precarious they have obviously been there for years. If there was ever any earth movement here (and lets face it it is not far from Vesuvius) the entire Amalfi Coast would just fall into the water! The brown bodies were at it again, grabbing a section of the rocky beach and in some cases paying 18 euros (about $28) for the privilege of a chair and an umbrella. (And no you don't get to keep them!). ...

    Long drive with crazy Italian drivers!

    A travel blog entry by cintony on May 01, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... 3 lanes most of the way, and a speed limit of 130 kilometres. Most cars passed us! Which was getting to competitive Tony, I think. Anyway all was grand until we reached the coast and got off the freeway. As mentioned before, the public holiday meant crowds of people had headed to the coast for this perfect weather day. We took a wrong turn and ended up in a lane way enroute to some beach- we sat in the laneway traffic for about 40 minutes. Jen ...