“Balconies Galore with Stunning Views!” Our family of 4 (with two young children) stayed at Villa Boscariello for a week in May. The apartment is perched well up the hill overlooking the town and the sea. It was extremely clean with comfortable furnishings and plenty of space. We were able to cook easily in the well-stocked kitchen. The owner –Giovanni—made us feel at home and even gave us a bottle of his homemade wine upon arrival which was well-received after a long day of traveling. Our stay in Positano was extremely relaxed thanks to Villa Bosciarello. I've already recommended this villa to friends and family. Next time we visit Positano, this villa will be our first choice.
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR STAY IN POSITANO:
Board the small boat in Positano with the big red fish labeled Da Adolfo which takes you to a semi-private beach and restaurant. Hike the Path of the Gods: we took the local bus up to Nocelle, hiked for 1 hour, then came back. If our 3 year old can do it, you can. After the hike be sure to eat at Santa Croce in Nocelle. Another must do restaurant in the area is La Tagliata–the culinary highlight of our trip to Positano. It's a bit pricey but worth every cent! Take out pizza at Fornilla. Pizza is much cheaper as take-out. Last thing….embrace the steps: Yes, a few hundred no matter where you go. It gets easier, never easy (blame it on gravity, not the Villa or Positatno). The steps are part of what makes Positano so charming and perfect in my opinion!
“25th wedding anniversary getaway” This was one od our best memories for our anniversary holiday. We had 7 close australian friends meet us in Italy and we spent our 2nd week here. We found Gaetano very helpful in recommending things to do and places to eat.
Even on the last day when the coffee pot exploded and stained the kitchen walls, Gaetano was very understanding.
I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it.