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Positano - Villa " Maristella"

 The place:
Via Pasitea,197  - Positano (SA) Italy

Positano photos

Beautiful Villa. 


Our Villa you will be in the heart of that picturesque area of Positano, houses built on a steep rocky coast facing the sun and sea which renders the panorama of Positano so famous and unmistakable!

(Photo)La Garitta, Positano -Amalfi Coast - Italy


The Place
Situated in one of the most scenic areas of Positano, walking on the pedestrian area, from Villa Maristella you can easily reach the Big Beach and the Pier (to Capri and Ischia) or beautiful Fornillo beach.


The location of Villa Maristella is halfway between the beaches and the entrance to the town of Positano, making it possible to reach either one either on foot or by the local bus that stops 30 meters from our home.

The gate of the house is reached by climbing an 15-step stairway.

You can reach the bus stop on foot 30 meters from the house, and you can park your car 100 meters away in a pay parking lot.

You can easily reach the Pier and the beaches by descending a pedestrian shortcut or walking through the old stairwells of Positano, the ‘scalinatelle’ (little streets consisting of narrow stairways and steps).
This is something not to be missed! Climbing down the steps, passing by the most visited places by tourists, you will discover and unveil enchanting angles of Positano, and then, once you have visited all the little streets by foot, you can always go back up by the local shuttle bus!

The villa Maristella is an ideal place for groups of friends, family reunions, or for guests attending a wedding on the Amalfi Coast.

Nearby tourist attractions
The SITA buses link together Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, Sorrento, and it is easy to reach Pompeii, Herculaneum with the ‘Circumvesuviana’ train. Villa Maristella is an ideal home-base for exploring the Amalfi Coast. At 200 meters there is a bus stop for Amalfi (15 km), Ravello (22 Km), Sorrento (18 km), Pompeii (35 Km) and Herculaneum (45 Km). You can easily reach the main pier of Positano (5 minutes by foot – 600 meters) and from there you will be able to board ferries and mini-cruises to visit the islands of Capri and Ischia. Those who love hiking can easily reach the famous trail along the mountains that overlook the Amalfi Coast-- this trail is called 'The FootPath of the Gods' for its extraordinary beauty made of precipices and breathtaking views.
 Information about FootPath of the Gods:              


Nearest Train station: Sorrento (18 Km)
Nearest airport: Naples Capodichino airport (60 Km)
                 or the Rome Fiumicino airport (300 Km)
Nearest Motorway: Castellammare di Stabia (30 Km) 

             Walking Distance

Nearest Bus stop:    Local Bus Stop at 30 meter


Nearest Ferry:         Positano Pier 800 meters


Nearest Beach         Fornillo beach at 600 meters

                             Big Beach at 800 meters

Nearest Café-Bar:    Pasitea Bar at 20 meters

                            Villa Gabrisa bar-restaurat 30 meters

                            Cafè Positano 300 meters


Nearest restaurants:Villa Gabrisa restaurant at 30  meters

                            Il Fornillo restaurant 100 meters

                            Il Saraceno d’oro 100 meters

                            Next Two restaurant 150 meters

                            Il mediterraneo restaurant 150 meters

                            Il Capitano restaurant 200 meters

                            Da Vincenzo restaurant 240 meters

                            Cafè Positano restaurant 250 meters

Nearest Grocery:     Paradiso Grocery at
150 meters

                            De Lucia Giovanni 250 meters

                            Non solo Frutta  250 meters

                            A.D. grocery at 250 meters

Nearest Parking:      Parking  Ma.Cri. at
100 meters
                            Parking Anna  at
100 meters
                            Parking Milano at 100 metrs
                            Parking Carpineto at
200 meters


Nearest Hotels:       Hotel Pasitea at 20 meters

                            Hotel Villa Gabrisa at 30 meters

                            Hotel Il Gabbiano at 50 meters

                            Hotel Villa Franca at 100 meters

                            Residence Villa Franca at 120 meters

                            Hotel LaFlorida at 150 meters

                            Hotel Posa Posa at 160 meters

                            Residence domina-Royal al 200 meters

                            Hotel Villa delle Palme at 200 meters

The Amalfi Coast, Italy  
The Amalfi Coast is a beautiful 50 kilometres’ stretch of mountainous coastline situated between the Sorrento peninsula and Salerno, just south of Naples, in the region of Campania.
The coastline is dotted with small picturesque villages and towns stacked precariously on steep rocky cliffs plunging into the Mediterranean Sea.
The famous islands of Capri and Ischia are nearby, both of stunning natural beauty.
The Amalfi Coast has been one of Italy's major tourist attractions for decades. It is regarded by many as one of the world's most beautiful stretches of coast.
Today tourism is the main industry, and the area has numerous luxury hotels and a wide selection of restaurants, bars, craft shops, boutiques, boat trips, and more. For those who like to drive, one of the highlights of a trip to this area is the romantic coastal road itself.
The narrow serpentine road clings to the coastal cliffs, soaring and plunging and winding around the towering cliffs that fall sheer into the sea. By car or bus, this road offers dramatic and breathtaking scenery.
At some places it is so narrow that two vehicles can hardly pass and have to back up to yield way to each other. National Geographic says of the Amalfi Coast: 
"The coastline around Amalfi is quite simply breathtaking. Cliffs plunge steeply into the azure sea with picturesque villages perched on their rocky sides, some of which until recently, were only accessible by boat. The views out across the Mediterranean Sea are stunning and this piece of coastline can quite rightly justify its claim to be one of the most scenic stretches in the world.” (National Geographic)

Positano is known as one of the most beautiful jewels of the Amalfi Coast.
Positano was a relatively poor fishing village during the first half of the 20th century.
It began to attract large numbers of tourists in the 1950s, especially after John Steinbeck published his essay about Positano in Harper's Bazaar in May, 1953. "Positano bites deep", Steinbeck wrote. "It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone." Its enchanting position, the beautiful houses and narrow streets exude Mediterranean harmony and charm. Beloved by artists from everywhere, it has enchanting views, shopping and strolls by the sea. Its wonderful boutiques have made Positano fashion internationally renowned.