The Amalfi Coast: Positano, Italy

I can’t even begin to tell you how in love I am with Positano, Italy. Pictures and words do not do it justice. It is by far one of the most beautiful villages I have ever been to. If you are thinking of a European destination wedding, honeymoon, or vacation for that matter then this is a must stop or do for you. The village of Positano is one of many clustered into the infamous Amalfi Coast. Its houses are built one on top of the other, is known for delicious olive oil and wines, incredibly soft linen, scrumptious seafood, and of course its breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.   Small and large yachts find this port their home during the months of summer months, including those of Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise.

Once the home to bohemians and artists seeking (and finding) artistic inspiration, Positano remains a hidden gem along the coast line. It is a short yacht ride over to Le Galli and Capri. You can spend your days walking around the village and getting to know its locals with the Discover Positano Walking Tour where Cristina guides you through its history and culture.  Taking short car, ferry, or boat rides to neighboring villages such as Sorrento, Amalfi, Capri, and Ravello to visit Limoncello farms, vineyards, or try amazing cuisine. Take a cooking class at Buca di Bacco where you will never be more proud of a dish you prepared yourself, or at least assisted in. Bask in the sun atop black sand and cool waters. Or cool off in your hotels’ rooftop pool while taking in the view from up top. I promise it will not disappoint.

The Chiesa di Santa Maria is perfect for a religious wedding ceremony and for your non-religious destination wedding ceremonies, the beaches and/or restaurants that overlook the sea and boats are more than picturesque. If a memorable wedding is what you are looking for, look no further … and we are more than happy to do the event planning for you!

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