Welcome to this guide on getting from Naples to Positano.
Positano is the first town on the Amalfi Coast that you come across when arriving from the north of the region.
The town is in the southern Italian region of Campania and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world for its outstanding beauty.
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Naples to Positano
Positano is nestled amongst high coastal cliffs facing the blue Tyrrhenian Sea, dotted by small piazzas, ancient churches and alfresco restaurants.
Unfortunately, there are no direct public transport connections between Naples and Positano. But there are a few different ways to get there.
Hence why below, we’ll explain how to get from Naples to Positano.
Is Positano worth visiting?
The Italian town of Positano is one of the most precious jewels on the Amalfi Coast, and the history of this small town is somewhat ancient.
Positano has existed since the Stone Age. The origin of its name goes back to when the Greeks were expanding around the Mediterranean Sea.
At that time, they decided to name the city after the Greek god Poseidon for its strong connection with the sea.
Apart from its long and fascinating history, though, what else do Positano and the picture-perfect Amalfi coast have to offer you as a visitor?
Let’s explore some reasons to visit Positano: