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Positano Guide

The Italian village of Positano is located on the Amalfi Coast in the Campania region of Italy. The village began life as a fishing village and is today chic resort, famous for its hotels and boutiques along with its winding stairways that connect the town and the cliffs above. As land is scarce, buildings are stacked on top of each other, on steep slopes. The villages open areas are cultivated with vegetables and fruit which thrive in the village's fertile volcanic soil. The village has a couple of gravelly beaches which is rare in an area characterised by steep rocky cliffs that descend straight into the sea. Parts of the beaches are free but some sections have been cordoned off where visitors have to pay to use a sun bed. Unfortunately there aren't many cheap options in Positano, although the restaurants do offer a wide selection of options that should suit most people. Restaurants line the back of the beach, but if the atmosphere is too noisy and touristy for you, try ascending the steps or roads to a quieter spot.

From the village's port, ferry services operate to Amalfi, Capri and Salerno.


Castellammare di Stabia Guide

Castellammare de Stabia, usually referred to as just Stabia, is located in the province of Naples in the Campania region of southern Italy. The town is around 30 km to the south of the city of Naples and lies on the shores of the Bay of Naples. Destroyed in 79 AD by the Vesuvio volcano eruption is the nearby ancient Roman city of Stabiae which is a popular place to visit. Here visitors will see ;lovely architecture, many churches and significant works of art of the old town centre, all of which combine to make the area the perfect location for a bit of history and to relax on the areas lovely beaches.

From the town's port, ferries depart to Capri and Sorrento. Along with passenger traffic, the port is also used for commercial cargo shipping and for fishing vessels. The port is also the third largest port in Campania after the ports of Naples and Salerno.