Casa Chiara is a graceful house which faces the sun and the sea. Casa Chiara is 75 square meters It can sleep 4 people. The apartment features 2 double bedroom,a comfortable bathroom, 1 Terrace ,3 tv, Internet WI-FI and air condition.
Information: if you only book for two people the house is all for you except for the second bedroom that will be closed
If you book for 4 people the bathroom is shared
The Romantic room is located inside Casa Chiara.
With private bathroom, private terrace and private living room
The room is very spacious. There is a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed) In this room you will find a television,a closet, a small table to put the luggage, and table with iron
The room does not have air conditioning,because is very cool in summer.
There is a ventilator, ,but you do not need.
From the bedroom you will be able to enter the terrace with unique and magnificient view of the sea ,through a French door.
The terrace is 20 square meters(215 square feet) is equipped with a table, chairs and two sun lounger. From the terrace you will enjoy a splendid view of the sea, of Positano and of the Amalfi Coast.
You will be able to enter the bedroom from the living room.
The living room is bright and tastefully furnished. The furnishings include a sofa and a table with chairs for four people. In this room you will find a television, It is equipped with an air conditioning, WI -FI ,Kettle and microwave ( if you turn on the air conditioning in the living room, please close all doors )
Attention the apartment has no kitchen
but it is equipped with a fridge,forks,plates ,glasses and napkins
you can use: coffee , chocolate, barley,' yogurt, fruit juices,packaged croissants,jam and sugar
THE BATHROOM has the shower, the sink and the WC. You will be able to enter the bathroom from the living room. you can use: shampoo and bath foam.In the bathroom there is a hair dryer
Information: if you only book for two people you will have the whole house for you except for the second bedroom that will be closed
If you book for 4 people the bathroom is shared
to 10 meters of the house in the curve there is a local bus stop for the center of Positano ( square Mulini ) you'll see a small chapel with the saint.
Center distance 1,8 KM
Center sea 2 km
From Casa Chiara climbing down 300 steps you can reach the Fornillo beach,and main beach Positano ( if you do not want to walk you can 'take the bus )
At less than 100 meters, near Bar Internazionale there is the bus stop from where you can take the SITA bus to Amalfi, Ravello or Sorrento or the local bus to reach the main beach Marina Grande.
Positano is divided into 10 districts: 1 CHIESA NUOVA
( is the most 'large area of Positano.) In this area there is the post office, the town hall,the police, finance man,grocery shop,, fruit shops, fish shop, and restaurants. My house is located in this area
Total ban on smoking in the house.
contact with the guests will be 'with Michele
I'll be at your disposal
What had been a sleepy fishing village is now a swanky destination popular with the jet set and common travelers alike. Positano is an almost impossible town, clutching the cliffs of Monti Lattari, a pastel-dabbled landscape that scrambles up the hillside from the Mediterranean Sea. It sits above the glittering gulf with views that sweep over the sea to the islands and coastal towns; it is itself a sight to see on its steep perch. Here, the "streets" take the form of passageways among the houses and steep sets of stairs that interlink the alleys. Only one road traverses the town - Viale Pasitea, where shops, cafes, hotels and villas huddle together to take advantage of the vehicular access and "wider" space. Other shops, eateries and coffee bars are tucked away in the lanes that you access by foot.
Positano was originally a Roman settlement where wealthy patricians had seaside villas. Ruins from that epoch are found near the Church of Assunta. It was later the site of a Benedictine abbey dating back to the 9th century, then grew when the people of Paestum fled coastal raids that destroyed their homes and took refuge here on the safer, steeper cliffs. Positano was pillaged by Pisa, sacked by the Saracens and raided by pirates, all lending to a decline. Emigration at the turn of the 20th century left it in a sleepy state, until the construction of the coastal road raised its fortunes and its status, and Positano prospered as a playground of the rich and famous. Literary and artistic types flocked here, and the masses quickly followed, drawn by the scenery, the unusual setting, the charming aspect of the town itself and the nearly constant sunshine.
It is a seductive place. Terraces shore up the buildings and almost every turn offers a visual bounty to enjoy. The most prevalent point of references is the colorful tiled dome of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, in the smack-middle of town. Everything else tumbles down toward the water from here. The beach at the marina is known as Spiaggia Grande (big beach) because it is one of the Amalfi Coast's largest. This is the central seafront for the town and there are several excellent seafood restaurants just above the beach. A pathway leads over to the Fornillo Beach, a more peaceful place to lay out your beach blanket and enjoy the surf and sun. You can also take a water taxi to one of the many coves and sandy spots that dot the cliffs that are reachable only by boat. Ferries depart the marina to link Positano with other towns along the Amalfi Coast and the islands.
When you tire of the water, you can head to the hills to hamlets like Nocelle and Montepertuso. A bridge near Punta Germano spans a deep crevice and is called Ponte dei Libri (Bridge of Books) because of the unusual strata layers that look like tomes lined up. There are good challenging hikes in these hills for outdoors enthusiasts.
Cuisine is, naturally, centered on seafood but fresh produce plays an important part. Everything is fresh and light, with local white wine to compliment the meals. Lemons are abundant and used in everything from roasted potatoes to gelato to the potent after-dinner liqueur known as "Limoncello". Hand-made pastas and excellent pastries are also produced here and should be sampled.
Positano is an enticing town that enjoys perennial popularity because of its stunning location, stellar views and star power.
I am sorry,No smoking.
There is the terrace.
Please respect the apartment as if it were your own.Trying to take care of the apartment and its contents so that other people can enjoy it as well as you.