11 giugno 2011 - ore 20,42
1_positano_con_pianta_grassa.jpeg Located in the heart of the Amalfi Coast, Positano is a pearl of Italy, nestled in a corner of paradise between steep cliffs and gentle waves. The origins of Positano are very old and is thought to have been founded by a group of refugees from nearby Paestum.

Who thinks of Positano, inevitably, ends up thinking about fashion and the beaches of Positano and the Amalfi Coast. In fact, this magnificent reality has much more to those who want to enjoy a tour of the traditional type.
If you wish, in fact, can devote to visiting the interesting sights of Positano mainly composed of artifacts from various eras.
Among these, the most interesting ones are preserved along with the remains of the watchtower, originally, were used for sightings of ships and to try to prevent the landing of the pirates or, more generally, of the invaders.

Talking of the Towers of Positano is like talking about an important part of the story is good because the evidence was concrete and felt the problem of landing of the Saracens on the Amalfi Coast.
Of these merits attention that the Tower of the Shore is located in the high above the Marina Grande, Positano.

The Tower Trasita, however, lies midway along the route leading from Marina Grande to the beach of Fornillo and, according to a widely held, is so named because of the area in which it arose. in 1950 has been heavily restored.

Always among the towers of Positano, in addition, the Tower is the most recent to Fornillo built in 500.
the islands of "Li Galli" for his important position had a peculiarity: the tower of "Li Galli" that was used as the first sighting in order to experience the city in case of danger, pursued becoming an attraction for celebrities who housed from 1925 onwards.
Eighteenth-century villas of Positano - have been turned into hotels, but retain their old charm.
Among the villas that deserve to be seen include: Palazzo Murat, Villa Sersale, and still Orseolo Villa (formerly Villa Margherita), Star Roman Villa.

To visit the Mother Church or Church of Positano Assumption, was built around the seventh century by monks from Brazil. characteristic is the colorful tiled dome. It is a famous icon of the so-called Black Madonna of Positano twelfth-century altar, and a bas-relief depicting the Pistrice a fantastic monster half fish, half dragon. Along the aisles, you can admire the paintings depicting San Biagio e Immacolata Concezione. Near the church you can admire the bell tower, dating back to 1707, the Chapel of Oratorio di Positano and Positano to the lapidary.