Positano is known as “the Gem of the Divine Coast of Amalfi”. Located at the southern foot of Monti Lattari or the Milkmen Mountains, it was an inspiration to poets and artists since Homer immortalised the Sirenuse Islands. Think beautiful, narrow, shaded streets leading to chic boutiques, luxury hotels, and seafood restaurants.
Da Adolfo Beach Club restaurant is worth a visit when cruising nearby. Cast like a shipwreck along a private beach, Adolfo's is accessed via private tender that leads to a small pier and gravel beach lined in striped loungers and Italians the color of terracotta. A series of rock formations is conjoined with a long covered terrace that is home to the casual but uber-fashionable restaurant that turns out wood-grilled seafood.