Positano, one of the main towns and pearls of the Amalfi Coast, lives its status as a holiday destination renowned since Roman times, thanks to its mild climate and enchanting landscape. This is confirmed by the discovery of an ancient villa just below the Church of Santa Maria Assunta whose access was only by sea and further rediscovered with new excavations in 2004. In the centuries X to XII was the territory of the rich Duchy of Amalfi and, from 1806 to 1860, the capital of the homonymous district belonging to the District of Salerno of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Positano is also famous for the many typical stairways that lead from the upper part of the town to the sea. Among the many fascinating beaches, the main ones are definitely the Spiaggia Grande and that of Fornillo, both within walking distance; by sea, however, the other can be reached: La Porta, Arienzo and San Pietro Laurito. Practically for the entire year, Positano Positano is always full of people and it is sold out: the idea period, however, to plan your trip in this beautiful location is the spring during which the heat is not excessive and the happy climate allow an unforgettable and pleasant experience from all points of view. But Positano is always welcoming: winter is not rigid with minimum temperatures that almost never fall below 6 degrees and the summers, which last for many months, are so sunny but often refreshed by the sea breeze.