There are so many reasons why you should visit Positano in autumn and winter! Positano is famous as a perfect summer destination in Italy. But it is definitely great to visit during autumn and winter.
In this article, I show you exactly why!
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1. It’s less busy
In summer, Positano is very busy. There are almost no quiet spots unless you're going there early in the morning.
In winter and autumn, that's different. Positano is much quieter then and there are almost no crowds!
For that reason, you will experience Positano as if you're a local. This is a very unique experience for sure.
2. It’s cheaper to stay in cities around Positano
In Positano, most hotels aren't open in autumn and winter. But in cities near Positano, the hotels are very cheap compared to summer.
For example, you can stay in Sorrento and Naples and it will be very affordable. A great place to stay in Sorrento is House Matilde.
Thus, you will be able to have a very affordable place to stay in Italy!
3. It is the perfect place to relax
Positano is gorgeous. For that reason, there are many amazing photo spots in Positano. There are so many spots where you can watch the beautiful view for hours!
Whether you have been busy with work, studying or you just need to take a break, the beautiful Positano is the perfect place to get some rest.
4. It’s not very cold
In autumn, Positano has the perfect temperature. The temperatures are between 48.2°F (9°C) and 77°F (25°C).
In winter it gets a bit colder, but it won't be very cold. Then, it's between 41°F (5°C) and 53.6°F (12°C).
So if you don't like very cold weather, you should definitely visit Positano in autumn and winter.
5. There are many places to sit down
Okay, the well-known colorful beach beds may be gone during autumn and winter, but there are still lots of possibilities to sit down. This makes going here a very relaxing experience.
There are very cute benches from where you can enjoy the beautiful view of the village.
Also, you can take a blanket and have a wonderful winter/autumn picnic at the beach!
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