Contact information

  • Address: 150, Guglielmo Marconi Street
  • Postal code (ZIP): 84017
  • City/Location: Positano
  • Phone: +39 0898123297
  • Fax: +39089812048


By plane:
We suggest to land preferably at Capodichino Airport  in Naples (50 km).
You can  both taxi ,or bus for you transfer.
By ferry / boat:
Hydrofoils and ferry boats leave the harbour of Molo Beverello in Naples approximately every hour. The journey takes about 40 minutes.
The port of Sorrento “Marina Piccola”, is very close to the town centre from where you can catch a Sita bus to Positano or take a taxi.
By train:
From Salerno train station, is possible  to take the Sita Bus.
From Naples train station,  is possible to take the train to Sorrento (Circumvesuviana - Naples-Sorrento). From Sorrento take the Sita bus to Positano. 
By car:
Coming from south, the amalfi coast can be entered from Vietri sul Mare and, following the coast and crossing Cetara, Minori, Atrani, Amalfi and Praiano ,one arrives at last  to Positano.
Coming from Nord,to reach Naples, take the A3 motorway Naples-Pompei-Salerno. Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and follow directions to Positano/Amalfi.

The central position of Villa Fiorentino, just a few minutes walk on foot from the most beautiful beaches of Positano, easily facilitates excursions to Amalfi and Sorrento with the public bus, Sita and via sea with the Metro del Mare.
For sea-lovers every day there are ferries and hydrofoils leaving from the Positano jetty for trips to Capri and stops at the thermal establishments of Ischia offering the most spectacular scenery along the Punta Campanella, the Sorrento Coast and even further, the Gulf of Naples.
For those who come on holiday to Positano, one cannot not do a boat-trip around Li Galli, the three privately owned islands just a short distance from Positano and associated with the myth of the sirens.
History lovers can relive the fascination of the ancient civilisation with excursions to Pompei, to the excavations of  Ercolano and toPaestum, cradle of Magna Grecia with its almost intact doric temples.
Guides are available for trekking on the Amalfi Coast and the “Sentiero degli Dei”, the Valley of Blacksmiths and the pathways of Punta Campanella.
During the summer season there are enogastronomic trails and events on the Amalfi Coast are vast.
Not to be forgotten is the Ravello Festival of music and a visit to this old medieval town and its charming streets.