Enjoy the scenic views & romance that the Amalfi has to offer from the balcony of a rustic Italian villa.
Enjoy breathtaking views & take in the multicolored sunsets of the Amalfi from their timeless balcony’s surrounded by beautiful bougainvilleas for the perfect timeless holiday stay.
A taste of modern Italy with an enviable spot amid Positano’s old streets, yet moments from the shore, Villa Franca is a peaceful haven in the heart of the action.
An oasis in the very center of Positano this charming nineteenth-century residence is protected by a shaded garden where the scent of citrus will distract you from everything and everyone.
A wonderful place from which to enjoy the simple pleasures of Positano and the spectacular Amalfi Coast.
Put your feet up, take in the view & enjoy all that Italian cuisine has to offer. From the freshest of seaside seafood to the best vegan - there is something for everyone.
For the best pasta in Positano. Order a glass of Aperol and the Pasta Genovese, grab a table outside and soak in the views over a long lunch.
For scrumptious vegan food - the best avo toast and soy latte in town.
Setting the scene for a romantic meal set in centuries-old renovated rooms, which once served as a boathouse.
See and Explore
Enjoy strolling the cobblestone streets, stop & enjoy a lemon granita, smell the Jasmin flowers, & just dive into the most romantic Italian town.
Hire a car and take a slow drive along the winding roads of the Amalfi Coast. Stop off along the way capture those iconic scenic views and the summery palette of the Italia.
Instagram hotspot, this is one not to be missed. Enjoy a sundowner and get ready to snap that perfect Italian getaway shot.
Conca del Sogno - renowned for its cobalt blue waters and the pristine beach is a ‘must-visit'.
Da Adolfo - arrive at this pristine spot via a sweet 5min boat ride from Positano, & enjoy honest & authentic seafood alongside the seashores.
BRUNA Muse | Lois Schindeler
Captured on film by photography duo Julia Linkogel and Arran Critchley for Summer ’21