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Sorrento is a component in Italy's impeccable coastline, and has long been popular with summer guests. The country is traditionally popular with the moneyed set, but it's becoming easier to find relatively inexpensive accommodating here
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There isn't a lot to do in Positano, aside from delighting in the views and the sun. The beach in Positano is the main attraction, followed closely by the boutique shopping that you'll find all around the harbor. A longer stay in Positano is also a great idea if you want to make day-trips to nearby Naples, the islands of Capri or Ischia, or Pompeii and Herculaneum. Whichever you do, you'll want to take life slowly here - Positano is meant to be savored, and you can't do that in a hurry. Oh, and remember that cities like Positano along Italy's coasts get overloaded with inland Italians on holiday in August, so you might want to steer clear of it then.
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Amalfi Coast officially begins in Positano and continues almost to Salerno, the road snaking and twisting through the towns of Amalfi, Vietri Sul Mare, Maiori, Cetara, and Ravello.