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84017, Positano, Italy
+39 334 814 8254
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“main beach” (95 reviews)
“great beach” (26 reviews)
“beach bar” (13 reviews)
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84017, Positano, Italy
+39 334 814 8254

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Found the beach while walking around .. Didn't have enough time to make the most of it .. On our list for our next visit .. Will be our chill out place

Thank Brian K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I hesitate writing anything about this place for the sole reason of letting more people in on a great spot. Everyone knows about Spiagga Grande. If you want to avoid the crowds, Fornillo beach is a great option. But don't tell anyone...

Thank Luca D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Positano beach was busy and crowded so we decided to walk towards the stone castle to the right of the beach. The path is paved and weaves around the cliff to a small less crowded beach. We went the next day with bathers, books and...More

Thank TasmanianTourists
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Less touristy than spiaghia beach. We found free toilets which is always a bonus in Europe. We also spent about an hour collecting larger chunks of sea glass. This is a hidden gem.

Thank Aaron P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well, went for a quick early morning walk and decided to visit thus beach 429 steps down and 429 steps up! The sends is limited, mainly pebbles and dark. Well for the experience a must, bo neey for gym or jogg ;)

Thank Anthony H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We walked from the main beach in Positano on a path built above the sea into the side wall so the views are exceptional. To get from Positano to this beach is only a 20 min walk on mostly flat path. There are approx 30...More

Thank Oneofthesmallpeople
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place was amazing, really lovely friend family run cafe great service, it is along walk with many steps and I suggest you bring aqua shoes for the beach and to protect your feet when swimming. The water is divine clear as crystal, if you...More

Thank Marie C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had our 18-year old granddaughter with us and we all agreed that this restaurant was the worst dining experience that we had in our 3 days in Positano. Not a single person was friendly or made an attempt to make us feel welcome. The food...More

1  Thank lexlp16
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We took a day trip to Positano during April. It was a bit too cold to go swimming, but our kids had a fun time collecting rocks and "pebbles" (they were actually broken beer bottles that were smoothed out from the waves/water). Beware there are...More

Thank gsp209
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Positano is a gorgeous town in Costiera Amalfitana. Its main beach is said to be always crowded. Though it was off-season when we visited there, there were many people sunbathing or playing beach volley or even painting. There are many restaurants where you can have...More

1  Thank IzmirTErdal
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Any restaurants you recommend for lunch near Fornillo Beach?
31 August 2016|
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Response from recoplan | Reviewed this property |
I do not know, since we ate sandwiches bought in Delicatessen bakery (Via Dei Mulini 5-11, Positano)
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Do you have to reserve an umbrella/beach chair in advance or can you do it upon arrival? Is it best to visit during morning hours or afternoon? Thanks!
24 August 2016|
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Response from traveltounravel | Reviewed this property |
No! Just show up, with cash!
Can I ask what was the name of the place you ended up booking in Amalfi? I have been trying to plan a trip and just can't decide to stay in Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento, or a small fishing village called nerano. My problem is I have a bad knee and difficulty with steep hills and lots of stairs. So trying to find a place very low in Positano close to main area. I had booked the Hotel Bellevue Suites and La Bussola but I can't tell if there are lots of stairs to get down to the main beach area or how to walk to the main town with shops and restaurants. I thought I would try the place you stayed if you can send me the name. Thank you for your help. Anne
19 March 2016|
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