How do you get 1 Disneyland Paris Fastpass? Is it free?

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How do you get 1 Disneyland Paris Fastpass? Is it free? – Fast Passes at Disneyland Paris have long been used to allow you to skip the line for free to enter your favorite attraction. Fast Passes were essential to enhance your Disney parks experience especially when the parks were particularly busy.

If you go to Disneyland Paris now, however, you must know that they have unfortunately now been replaced by Disney Premier Access. Disney Premier Access is a non-free but paid service that allows you to skip the line at the most popular attractions in Disneyland Paris.

How Does Disney Premier Access Work?

How Does Disney Premier Access Work? Let’s see how it works in 4 steps:

  1. Open the app and log into your Disney account or create one.
  2. Associate your ticket, your package stay or your Annual Passport to your account. You should do this before your visit to the park. This way you can organize yourself better and not waste time.
  3. Once you are in the Disney parks, choose an attraction and add the people you want to do it with. You will be offered a time slot, subject to availability.
  4. After payment, go to the dedicated row of the attraction in the time slot that has been assigned to you with your QR codes (available in the “My Disney Premier Access” section of the application).

How Fastpassess worked in the past.

If you are used to use the Disneyworld FastPass you’ll notice there is a big difference with Disneyland Paris Fastpass. Anyway, they are essential to visit Disneyland Paris especially when the park is too crowded.

In Disneyworld your ticket allows you to book in advance your 3 FastPass per day using the app. Also in Disneyland Paris, your ticket includes freely the Fastpass, but you can’t book them in advance.

Furthermore, Disneyland Paris Fastpass cannot be booked on all the attractions. The list of attractions found at the park entrance indicates whether a fast pass can be booked for a specific attraction.

How do you get a Disneyland Paris Fastpass?

When you are in the park and you want a FastPass you have to go to the ride you want to do and scan your ticket to the Fastpass machine. This machine gives you back the Fastpass ticket with the assigned time. The time on the ticket has a range of half an hour.

To sum up:

  1. Go to the attraction
  2. Scan your Disneyland Paris ticket on the fastpass machine
  3. The fastpass machine prints your fastpass ticket
  4. Come back to the attraction at the assigned time

Can I choose the time of my fastpass?

No, you can’t because the machine assigns you the first time available.

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Can I book all Fastpass that I want?

Yes, you can but pay attention! You can book only one Fastpass at a time and before taking the next one you have to complete your reserved ride.

It is, therefore, useful to make your own considerations. If I want a Fastpass for an attraction but the first time available is 6 p.m. I should consider that I can’t take other fast passes till that time. Is it maybe better to choose another Fastpass before that one?

Are Disneyland Paris Fastpass always available?

No, because they are only available till they don’t finish the available times. That means they can finish fastly when the park is too crowded. In August many attractions had run out of fast passes already in the morning.

My advice is to take your first Fastpass as soon as you enter the park or maybe soon after your first ride.

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TOP 10 things to do in Maiori Amalfi Coast Italy.

TOP 10 Amalfi Coast Maiori What to see?

Here is the list of the best things to do and see in Maiori:

  1. Maiori beach
  2. Maiori seafront
  3. The Path of Lemons
  4. Roman Villa (Minori)
  5. Sal De Riso Pastry Shop (Minori)
  6. Mezzacapo Palace Gardens
  7. Acquachiara beach
  8. Dead Horse Beach
  9. Castle of San Nicola de Thoro-Plano (check openings)
  10. Santa Maria de Olearia or Sanctuary of Santa Maria a Mare

Video Maiori Amalfi Coast in winter

Here we are in Maiori on a splendid winter day. In Maiori, the winter temperature is mild and in this period it is a fairly quiet location even though there are always people who love to walk along the beautiful promenade that runs along the beach.

In fact, here in Maiori, we have a beautiful wide and long beach with an equally long promenade that runs along the beach. This is an almost unique scenario here on the Amalfi Coast where the beaches are for the most part smaller. What amazes, fascinates and I like about the Amalfi Coast is this variety.

Each location has its beauty and particularity. You can choose your favorite location on the Amalfi Coast or you can simply daily choose the town of your destination considering what you would like to do that day. Enjoy the video!

Video description: Maiori Amalfi Coast in winter walking tour along the beach, what to do and sunset – The video shows you Maiori in winter and explains what you can do and see in Maiori. As you can see, Maiori beach is incredibly wide for being a beach on the Amalfi Coast.

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Look at the sea.

Hi! Where are we? We are in Maiori on the Amalfi Coast!

What I like about Maiori is this long walk along this large beach. We don’t have many long and wide beaches here on the Amalfi Coast.

It is a winter day, the climate is mild, and the sun shines. Let’s enjoy this beautiful walk together.

Where is Maiori located? Leaving from Positano, Maiori is located after Amalfi. We have in fact Amalfi, Atrani, Minori and then Maiori.

What are other interesting things here in Maiori?

Here in Maiori, you can also hike doing the Path of the Lemons, which connects Maiori to Minori.

Just in Minori, we have, for those who love history and archeology, the remains of a Roman villa to visit, and for those who love the food, there is the famous pastry shop Pasticceria Sal De Riso.

Walking here in Maiori, it suddenly becomes evening, or at least in our video, and we can admire a magnificent sunset.

We’re at the end of this video, so I greet you. Bye and see you in the next video!

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Where to stay on Amalfi Coast in winter weather and things to do – We always love the Amalfi Coast and it’s always appreciated by many people coming from different parts of the earth. We love coming to the Amalfi Coast in summer when we can enjoy fully the beaches and sea, we also love coming here in spring when the Amalfi Coast offers us mild temperatures. What about the Amalfi Coast in winter? What are the Amalfi Coast weather and temperatures in winter? Where to stay? What are the top things to do?

Amalfi Coast in Winter Yes or No?

Is it worth visiting the Amalfi Coast in winter? Yes, it is. There is always a good reason to visit the Amalfi Coast. Despite the temperature don’t allow you to swim and stay on the beach the weather is milder than in other Italian places. The Amalfi Coast is very known not only for the sea but also for beautiful views, the good food, and the history.

Of course, you have to decide wisely where to stay on the Amalfi Coast in Winter. That’s why we are going to ask the following question: Where to stay on Amalfi Coast in Winter?

Where to stay on Amalfi Coast in Winter?

Where to stay on Amalfi Coast in Winter? As we explained in the post “Where to stay in Amalfi Coast” there are Amalfi Coast Towns that are very seasonable. That’s true for Positano for example. That’s why it’s better to stay in a bigger city such as Sorrento.

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Amalfi Coast in winter: Sorrento Italy

Sorrento, it’s perfect for your Amalfi Coast vacation in winter because it always offers good services and also good transportation. In fact, in Sorrento, there is a train station, buses for the Amalfi Coast Towns, and also a tourist port with ferry boats with different destinations.

I suggest you download the “Unico Campania” app on your smartphone which is a valid help for local transportation.

What are the top things to do on the Amalfi Coast in winter?

What are the top things to do on the Amalfi Coast in winter? There are really a lot of things to do on the Amalfi Coast in winter especially if you stay in Sorrento. Yes in fact Sorrento is a nice town full of cute streets and shops. It’s always enjoyable to walk in these streets, to shop and taste delicious food.

Then Sorrento is also a perfect point to stay if you want to visit nearby towns and tourist places. You can go by train to Napoli for an amazing pizza, to Pompei or Ercolano for a time travel. You can go to Positano or Amalfi by bus. You can also go to Capri using a company that works in every period of the year.

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This is an example of a plan for Sorrento-Capri and Capri-Sorrento in December.

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You can also go to the ticket office the morning you go to Capri and get the ticket there.

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Amalfi Coast in Winter: Sorrento tourist port boat ticket office

You have to know that in winter there are fewer boats than in summer. So plan your day tour according to the boat times that are available. These are for example the boat times available in winter 2021/2022.

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Amalfi Coast in winter Sorrento Capri boat

Here is a list of the Top 10 places to visit on the Amalfi Coast in winter:

  1. Sorrento
  2. Pompeii
  3. Positano + Nocelle: Path of the gods
  4. Amalfi and the Emerald Grotto
  5. Capri
  6. Ravello & Terrace of infinity
  7. Maiori
  8. Fjord of Furore + Marina di Praia Beach
  9. Naples: Pizza + area of ​​spaccanapoli + Castel Dell’Ovo + excavations of Piazza Bellini
  10. Herculaneum

Sorrento

Sorrento is a lively town, and it’s enjoyable spending your time here. Sorrento is full of characteristics corners, streets, and shops. The food is good and the sea view is beautiful.

Sorrento is built on a tuff cliff: under you, there is the sea of beautiful green color and in front of you is the Vulcan called Vesuvio.

Video Sorrento Italy in Winter

How is Sorrento in winter? In this video “Sorrento Italy in Winter vs Summer,” we see the main parts of Sorrento in winter. We see also the same areas in summer when people swim in the sea and relax under the sun. Watch the video!

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Positano Italy in winter

Positano is a magnificent location both in summer and winter. To get to Positano from Sorrento you can take the bus. In the summertime, you can get here also by boat but in winter the service is discontinued.

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Positano Italy in winter by boat – Amalfi Coast in winter

Watch the following video: it shows you Positano in winter!

Amalfi Coast in winter: Positano Italy

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Hi everybody, we are in Positano in winter. Positano is a magnificent location both in summer and in winter.

Clearly in winter, it presents itself in a completely different way than in summer.

For example, we remember well what the beach of Positano is like in summer.

In the summer we were worried if we would find a place on the beach and if there were umbrellas still available. Surely this problem does not exist now!

Our umbrella was right over there!

In Positano, many restaurants are closed in winter, but you have no problem finding the place you like best for lunch. Both for a lunch at the restaurant and for a quick lunch and why not even with a sea view.

Wow, what waves! Right there where in summer we wait for boats to Amalfi, Sorrento or Capri. Clearly, boats do not leave here in winter.

What to visit in Positano in winter? An excellent idea is to visit the very interesting MAR Roman Archaeological Museum, where you can also see part of the remains of an extraordinary Roman Villa. The museum ticket office is located near the church near the beach.

Walking on the beach is also very enjoyable, especially when there is a beautiful sunset.

Let’s now move to via Cristoforo Colombo to admire the beach of Positano and the view from above.

We wait for it to get darker and the lights of the houses to be turned on. I like admiring Positano in the evening.

Amalfi in winter

Amalfi is known all over the world for its beauty and particularity. What are the most characteristic areas of Amalfi? We certainly have the main square where we see the Cathedral of Amalfi and the port among the many. These 2 places have also been the set of numerous international films.

Amalfi is an excellent destination for spring-summer when we can enjoy the beaches of Amalfi, the beautiful sea and when we can go shopping as all the shops are open. But what about Amalfi in winter?

Amalfi is an excellent destination to go to even in winter: a walk through the streets of the center, a lunch in one of the excellent restaurants, a stop in the square to admire the Cathedral of Amalfi, and for super delicious ice cream even in winter thanks at the mild temperature of Amalfi.

One thing not to be missed on the Amalfi Coast in winter is the sunset. In fact, both in winter and in summer we have more opportunities to admire magnificent sunsets. In this video, we are mainly located near the tourist port of Amalfi. On one side is the illuminated Amalfi seafront and on the other a magnificent sunset.

Amalfi Coast in winter: Amalfi Italy

Emerald Grotto

Amalfi is one of the symbols of all the Amalfi Coast. In Amalfi, you can visit the city center the unique church, and the Emerald Grotto that is not far from Amalfi. You can get to the Emerald Grotto by boat from the Amalfi port, by bus, or by car.

The best part of the day to visit the Emerald Grotto is the early afternoon.

The Emerald Grotto can be closed due to the sea condition when it’s too agitated to visit the grotto. It may happen that you arrive at the grotto and you find it closed.

Anyway no problem because here on the Amalfi Coast there is a lot to see and so you can choose another beautiful destination to spend an amazing day on the Amalfi Coast.

Things to do in Capri in winter

Capri is a very famous island for more than a reason: for its sea, for the Faraglioni that are amazing Rocks in Water, for the Blue Grotto o the fancy shops and much more. What are the things to do in Capri in winter?

In Summertime I like to do the boat tour around the Island, snorkel, and also relax on the Marina Grande beach before exploring the island but winter is the perfect occasion to do those things I don’t have time to include in my Capri program for a day trip in the hot season.

For example, we can spend more time in Anacapri. You can include the beautiful Villa San Michele, walk in the Anacapri streets and go up the Monte Solaro with the chair lift.

Because the heat is not strong we can also think to get to Anacapri by climbing the Phoenician staircase if it is accessible.

When you arrive at Capri by boat is better to go first to Anacapri because all of these attractions close in the early afternoon. When we have finished we can go to Capri to walk from the Piazzetta to the Augustus gardens to see the Faraglioni and Via Krupp.

Then from the Augustus Gardens to the Tragara viewpoint.

If you arrive in the early morning and the sea is calm, you can also dedicate a couple of hours to the island boat tour. In this way, you can pass through the amazing Faraglioni.

If you do this option probably you’ll have less time for the Capri center, but seeing the Faraglioni or Rocks in water from the sea you can cancel the Tragara Viewpoint.

Summarizing the following are the 2 options for Capri in winter

Capri in winter Option1

  • Anacapri climbing the Phoenician staircase if it is accessible. Walking tour.
  • Villa San Michele
  • Chairlift to Mount Solaro
  • Piazzetta Capri
  • Walking tour to Augustus Gardens to see the Faraglioni and The Krupp Street
  • Walking tour to Tragara View Point to see the Faraglioni.

Capri in winter Option 2

  • Anacapri by bus
  • Villa San Michele
  • Chairlift to Mount Solaro
  • Boat tour around the Capri island
  • Piazzetta Capri
  • Walking tour to Augustus Gardens to see the Faraglioni and The Krupp Street if you have enough time

Ravello & the Infinity Terrace

It’s the beginning of January and we are in Ravello on the Amalfi Coast to see the Infinity Terrace at Villa Cimbrone. Watch the following video!

Amalfi Coast in winter: Ravello & the Infinity Terrace

How can you reach Ravello? For example, you can come to Ravello by car and park at the Piazza Duomo car park. Beware that the road to travel by car is quite narrow and in periods of particular crowding you may struggle to find a parking space.

You can also come to Ravello by bus from Amalfi thanks to the Amalfi – Ravello – Scala line.

In Amalfi, as you can see, the bus stop is near the beach. The bus takes you to Ravello, and the bus stop where you can get off is very close to Piazza Duomo.

From Piazza Duomo, you can reach Villa Cimbrone on foot. Keep in mind that the road to get to the villa is uphill and there are several steps.

Maiori Amalfi Cost in winter

Here we are in Maiori and it’s a splendid winter day. In Maiori, the winter temperature is mild and in this period it is a fairly quiet location even though there are always people who love to walk along the beautiful promenade that runs along the beach.

In fact, here in Maiori, we have a beautiful wide and long beach with an equally long promenade that runs along the beach. This is an almost unique scenario here on the Amalfi Coast where the beaches are for the most part smaller.

What amazes, fascinates and I like about the Amalfi Coast is this variety. Each location has its beauty and particularity. You can choose your favorite location on the Amalfi Coast or you can simply daily choose the town of your destination considering what you would like to do that day. Enjoy the video!

Amalfi Cost in winter: Maiori

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Look at the sea.

Hi! Where are we? We are in Maiori on the Amalfi Coast!

What I like about Maiori is this long walk along this large beach. We don’t have many long and wide beaches here on the Amalfi Coast.

It is a winter day, the climate is mild, and the sun shines. Let’s enjoy this beautiful walk together.

Leaving from Positano, Maiori is located after Amalfi. We have in fact Amalfi, Atrani, Minori and then Maiori.

What are other interesting things here in Maiori?

Here in Maiori, you can also hike doing the Path of the Lemons, which connects Maiori to Minori.

Just in Minori, we have, for those who love history and archeology, the remains of a Roman villa to visit, and for those who love the food, there is the famous pastry shop Pasticceria Sal De Riso.

Walking here in Maiori, it suddenly becomes evening, or at least in our video, and we can admire a magnificent sunset.

We’re at the end of this video, so I greet you. Bye and see you in the next video!

Furore Fjord Amalfi Coast in winter

The following video is about a winter day at the Furore Fjord. It was a cloudy day, but we liked this place a lot. One of my friends remembering that day said: “This was a cool little spot … it’s not that big but just amazing in the structure, water, and scenery to soak in”. Enjoy the video!

Amalfi Coast in winter: Fiordo di Furore

Furore Fjord Amalfi Coast Description

The Fiordo di Furore is internationally famous as it is one of the most particular and characteristic realities of the Amalfi Coast.

Regardless of the suggestions aroused by the ancient, tiny building settlement, the valley has one of the most important naturalistic riches of the entire peninsula.

You can get to the Fiordo di Furore from the state road, thanks to the steps that bring you directly to the small beach or from the Punta Tavola: the rocky spur above. The steps to reach the beach are not many and absolutely nothing compared to the steps necessary to reach the Duoglio beach.

However, the staircase has a total of about 700 steps. The environment surrounding the long staircase is characterized by the so-called vegetational inversion for which the valley floor is occupied by essences which, in general, are characteristic of higher altitudes.

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Marina di Praia Amalfi Coast in winter

Close to the Fiordo di Furore there is the Marina di Praia Beach. Marina di Praia beach: very characteristic as it is set between 2 fjords. The beach of Marina di Praia is not the best known but it is really very characteristic. The beach of Mariana di Praia also has a great charm in the winter, indeed the natural beauty of this beach stands out even more in the quiet winter.

Watch the following video Marina di Praia Beach Amalfi Coast in winter VS summer (Praiano is not far from Positano Italy)

Amalfi Coast in Winter: Marina di Praia Beach

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Napoli in winter

Naples has a lot of history and its archaeological museum is extraordinary (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli). Winter is a good period to visit the museum where you can see many archaeological finds from Pompeii.

The history is very interesting but what attracts many people is the pizza. In Naples there are a lot of good pizzerias and one of the most famous is the Pizzeria Sorbillo.

See also: Best Restaurants in Naples Italy: Where to eat in Naples

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Pizza is not the only traditional food you can find in Naples. Babà is a very well-known dessert here.

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Amalfi Coast in Winter Weather

Let’s see together a few examples of weather in winter by looking at the weather app. Of course, the weather can be different every year but these pictures are useful in order to have an idea. Temperatures are in degrees Celsius.

Amalfi Coast weather in December

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Marina di Praia beach Amalfi Coast Italy – Marina di Praia beach: very characteristic as it is set between 2 fjords. The beach of Marina di Praia is not the best known but it is really very characteristic.

How to get to Marina di Praia beach?

You can get to Marina di Praia by bus or by car. In fact, there are parking spaces available here even if spaces are clearly limited. The cost of parking varies from year to year. In fact, for example, in 2020 all the places available except for the places reserved for hotels were paid. Instead, a good amount of free parking spaces were available in 2021.

An alternative to using a car is the bus. In fact, the Mariana di Praia bus stop is on the Positano – Amalfi line.

Marina di Praia beach in summer

Watch the following video where you can admire the beauty of Marina di Praia beach in summer.

Watch the following video! The video is in Italian but you can enable the subtitle in your favorite language.

Marina di Praia beach in summer

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Hello, we have just arrived in Praiano and more precisely in Marina di Praia. This beach is an extraordinary place, and during this video, we will get to know it better. You can get to Marina di Praia by bus or by car. Parking spaces are available here, even if they are limited. We are observing this magnificent beach from above, from the road where we find the bus stop. Below we see the beach set between 2 majestic rock walls.

Here we also find some hotels and restaurants. We go down to access the beach. The beach is very characteristic, and the sea is fantastic. The only negative note is that precisely because of the two side rock walls that make this beach so unique, the sun illuminates the beach only in the central hours of the day. However, we can go beyond this beach by following the path that runs along the coast to find other options to relax and swim. Let’s explore. To conclude, you cannot miss an excellent lunch on the beach.

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Marina di Praia beach in winter

In this video, we see the beach of Marina di Praia in winter. Marina di Praia beach is set between 2 high rocky walls and is a truly unique place, one of my favorite spots on the Amalfi Coast. Very popular in summer during the day for the sea and the evening for romantic dinners on the beach.

In winter it is presented in its most natural state: without umbrellas, without dining tables, and without boats docked right in front of it. The beach of Marina di Praia in winter really allows you to fully savor the beauty of this place. Enjoy the video!

Marina di Praia beach in winter

The beach of Mariana di Praia also has a great charm in the winter, indeed the natural beauty of this beach stands out even more in the quiet winter.

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Top 10 Sardinia Cagliari Italy things to do

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Top 10 Cagliari Italy things to do – Cagliari is the principal city in the South of Sardinia. The Cagliari area is worth visiting for its history, fauna, beaches, and fantastic sea!

Cagliari from the sea

To start, let’s enjoy the beautiful view of Cagliari from the sea with the following video.

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What to do in Cagliari? Below we bring you the main things to see in Cagliari.

  1. The Pink Flamingos at the Molentargius Park
  2. The Poetto beach
  3. The castle of Cagliari or the San Michele castle which rises at the top of the hill
  4. The Elephant Towers
  5. Tower of San Pancrazio
  6. The Cathedral of Santa Maria in Cagliari
  7. Sanctuary of Bonaria in Cagliari
  8. Mari Pintau beach
  9. Porto Giunco ​​beach and Stagno di Notteri
  10. Chia beaches

The Poetto beach

Poetto beach is the city beach of Cagliari. This beach divides the sea into salt flats where you can admire the beautiful flamingos.

You can admire the Poetto beach from above in the following video.

Castle of San Michele Cagliari

The San Michele Castle is inside San Michele Park. This park has undergone a notable historical evolution.

The San Michele Park is located in the northern part of the city on a hill at 120 meters above sea level. You enter the park via a stone path marked by wooden fences through the hairpin bends surrounded by pine trees. Here the white of the limestone rocks alternates with the green of the agaves and Mediterranean essences.

On top of the San Michele Park hill stands the medieval Castle of San Michele, even if the first plant was of Byzantine origins. The elevated position of the Castle offers a vast and breathtaking view. It goes from the Campidano plain to the Sella del Diavolo.

The Pisans built the Castle of San Michele. Subsequently, it passed to the Catalan, Aragonese, conquerors of the kingdom of Sardinia. It was besieged in the fourteenth century resisting the troops of the Arborea, rulers of the last surviving Sardinian judged.

After becoming the fortified residence of the Carroz family, the Castle offered refuge to dangerous fugitives for a certain period, so much so that the councilors of the Municipality of Cagliari asked the sovereign in vain to requisition it and have it demolished.

In 1652, during a plague epidemic, it was used as a hospital, then went through a phase of decline during the Austrian and Piedmontese periods. 

From 1820 to ’48, it became a barracks for the disabled.

In 1895 its new owner, Roberto di San Tommaso, had it restored by the architect Dionigi Scano and surrounded it with the still present pine forest. 

From 1929 to 1972, it was a radiotelegraph station of the Navy.

The Castle is currently a modern center of art and culture and hosts exhibitions. The visit inside the Castle is, of course, enjoyable.

Still, if you don’t have enough time for a complete visit coming here to the top of the hill to see the Castle from the outside and admire the vast surrounding panorama is also a good idea.

You need a ticket to visit the castle but the Castle square with the view is free.

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Mari Pintau beach

Mari Pintau is a beautiful beach set between the blue colors of the sea and the Sardinian mountains. As we can see, even near the city of Cagliari we find magnificent beaches and Mari Pintau Beach is a great example!

Porto Giunco ​​beach and Stagno di Notteri

Porto Giunco beach is located near Villasimius, on the southeastern tip of Sardinia.

Porto Giunco ​​beach is a beautiful beach washed by a crystalline sea and it is possible to walk safely in the water as the seabed is shallow near the beach.

The main feature of Porto Giunco beach is that the beach acts as a dividing line between the sea and the Stagno di Notteri. This division has not always existed. In more ancient times, in fact, the sea reached inside the pond allowing this area to become a Phoenician port as has emerged from the studies conducted in the area.

The division created over time makes this place unique: on one side the transparent sea of ​​Sardinia and on the other a pond that hosts flamingos.

Those who come to this beach, therefore, have 2 options: a nice refreshing bath or a nice walk along the pond for a more naturalistic observation.

You can see the beach in the following video:

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We are in Porto Giunco!

Hi Everybody! From the parking lot, we walk a short distance and in front of us, we find the beautiful Porto Giunco ​​beach,  in the south Sardinia, near Villasimius.

Porto Giunco ​​is not only one of the most famous beaches of Villasimius but also on the whole island. What are the characteristics that make it so famous?

A transparent sea washes the white beach. The shallow and sandy seabed makes it an ideal destination for families with children.

Being a known beach is very busy, maybe not the favorite for those who love peace and tranquility, but the beach is long and wide, so you shouldn’t struggle to find a place to lie down.

Porto Giunco ​​beach is not only known for its beautiful sea. It’s particular because enclosed between a lagoon and the sea.

You can drive along the pond for a while, passing through Via Dei Ginepri.

However, you can get to the pond also directly from the beach. Let’s go to explore!

The Pond of Notteri has no connection with the sea and is shallow: thus it favors the presence of pink flamingos. Here you can admire both pink flamingos and other migratory birds.

After this walk, we relax and enjoy this beautiful sea. Bye and see you on the next adventure!

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Positano Italy: 10 unforgettable Things to do in Positano & Positano beach

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Positano Italy – Things to do in Positano – Positano beach. As already written in the post “Amalfi Coast Towns” Positano is one of the best towns on the Amalfi Coast. Its beauty enchants many people.

Positano Italy

As you can see below, Positano is developed on different levels, and starting from the top going down to the pedestrian center you have to follow a road on the coast. On this road, you can find many restaurants with a wide view of the coast and the sea. It’s unique!

You’ll see many shops in the pedestrian area where you can find many clothes in a perfect Positano style.

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Positano Italy 10 unforgettable Things to do in Positano & Positano beach

At the end of your way, you find something very precious in this area: the beach! This makes Positano the town to choose for those that love beaches.

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As a result, maybe Positano is the best town to stay in especially in the summertime but not in the low season. Positano is the town most affected by the tourist seasons!

Precious Advises

For our own experience, we want to give you the following precious advice.

  • In August and the more busy seasons prefer the boat to the bus when you have to move. When there are many people, the bus times aren’t trustworthy and if the bus is full it doesn’t stop and it leaves you at the bus stop :(. The boat times are instead always right.
  • Do not pack too many things because Positano is full of stairs and it isn’t easy to arrive at your hotel with big and heavy bags. If you don’t want to renounce to some of your stuff use the porterage service. The porterage service brings your bags from the tourist port of Positano to your hotel. In this way, you’ll not have a heart attack 😉 if you’re not trained.
  • Avoid the 2 central weeks of August if you can. Too hot and too crowded.
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Things to do in Positano

In Positano, there are many things to do and visit. The first thing you should do in Positano Italy is to get lost in the town and find out all the characteristic corners and shops. You can’t also miss the amazing sunset! You’ll get in love with it.

Visit the following page to watch our Positano sunset videos: Best Amalfi Coast Sunset Positano Italy.

When you are in Positano, I’m sure you want to visit also the other Amalfitan Coast Towns. The good news is that Positano is well connected to the other Amalfi Coast towns such as Sorrento, Amalfi and Capri.

Here you can find a list of top things and places you can visit while you’re in Positano Italy.

  1. The Positano beaches
  2. Visit Positano’s Center and do a good shopping
  3. MAR, the roman archeological museum
  4. The Path of the Gods Positano or il Sentiero degli Dei: you can take the bus in Positano (https://www.sitasudtrasporti.it/orari – 5070 AMALFI – POSITANO – SORRENTO (via Meta – via Massa Lubrense – via Nastro Verde)) and in a few minutes you arrive to the following bus stop: Via Arienzo, 53, 84017 Arienzo SA
  5. Enjoy the food, even better if you have delicious food with an amazing view (Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view)
  6. Visit Amalfi, Ravello and the other Amalfi Coast Towns
  7. Visit Capri
  8. Enjoy the nearby beaches
  9. Visit the Emerald Grotto
  10. The Saracen Tower

Positano beach: Marina Grande and Fornillo Beach

One of the best things to do in Positano is to relax on the Positano beach and enjoy the view. Positano beach is very nice and it’s also big compared to other beaches on the Amalfi Coast. When you walk from Positano’s highest part to the lower part through the city center, you finally arrive at the Positano beach: Marina Grande.

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Positano beach

You can see Positano beach in many postcards and many beautiful pictures around the web. The truth is that Positano beach is lovely and unique for its scenario.

There is also another beach you can easily reach on foot: Fornillo Beach.

Fornillo Beach is not far from the Grande beach of Positano. You can easily get to Fornillo beach on foot, thanks to the paved path that takes you directly from Spiaggia Grande to Fornillo beach.

This trail is also very nice to walk as it counts the sea and is scenic. The Fornillo beach remains more private and quiet than the Spiaggia Grande in Positano, especially during the high tourist season.

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Positano Italy Positano beach – One of the best things to do in Positano is to relax on the beach and enjoy the view.

You can see better the path that leads you from Positano beach to Fornillo Beach (where there is the Hotel Pupetto) in the following video:

In the following video, you see a beautiful view of Fornillo beach from the boat and the path leading you to the beach. Watch the video!

Visit Positano’s Center and do a good shopping

Most likely, to get to Spiaggia Grande you passed through the streets of the center. The center of Positano is very characteristic especially thanks to the shops that display and sell clothes in perfect Positano style.

Positano by night has a very magical atmosphere.

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The Path of the Gods Positano

One of the best things to do in Positano is the Path of the Gods Positano. Positano and the Amalfi Coast are in fact also famous for the trails in the mountains just behind the coast. The peculiarity of these trails is that they are extremely scenic.

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Positano Italy – unforgettable Things to do in Positano – The Path of the Gods Positano

The Path of the Gods Positano is a very panoramic hiking path. If you start your hiking tour in Nocelle, don’t stop at the beginning of the path because, after 1 hour of walking, you can see Positano, and the view is much better than at the beginning of the path.

A good idea is to go in the morning and then have lunch at the restaurant la Tagliata or have a light lunch at the ” Inverno al Chiosco del Sentiero degli Dei” that is at the beginning of the Path of the Gods. Go to the following page: “Top 3 Best restaurants in Positano Italy with a view“.

How to reach the Path of the Gods?

You have 3 options to reach the Path of the Gods:

  1. By bus from Positano
  2. By car
  3. On foot thanks to the stairs that lead you from Arenzio near the beginning of the Path of the Gods. This option is the most tiring and certainly not for everyone.
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Path of the Gods by bus from Positano

To reach the Path of the Gods by bus you can go to the Chiesa Nuova stop in Positano and take the bus to Nocelle. The Nocelle bus stop is very convenient because it is located a few steps from the road that leads you directly to the Path of the Gods.

Path of the Gods by car from Positano

To reach the Path of the Gods by car you have to head towards Nocelle where you will find a small parking lot which, however, fills up quickly at certain times of the year. I, therefore, suggest you arrive early. For convenience, I leave you the Google point that you can set on the navigator to reach the parking: https://goo.gl/maps/YNymZt2aQ5wnzQyR8.

From the parking lot for the Path of the Gods, you have to walk a short paved section between the houses. During this route, you will also see the sign indicating the stairs to Positano. In fact, from here you can also reach Positano on foot, more precisely Arenzio.

Continuing the path shortly after you will see on your right the Kiosk of the Path of the Gods, once you pass it you will begin your adventure on the Path of the Gods!

Path of the Gods on foot from Positano

From Positano, it is possible to reach the Path of the Gods also on foot thanks to the stairs which, however, do not directly connect the center of Positano to the Path but arrive at Arenzio. So in your journey, you have to take into consideration that from Positano you have to go to Arenzio or vice versa.

This option is the most tiring and certainly not for everyone. In order not to go up all the stairs it might be a good idea to go to the Path of the Gods by bus and then walk back.

Why do the Path of the Gods?

The Path of the Gods is an excellent alternative to the beauties of the coast of the sea. In fact, you can admire these beautiful landscapes from a different point of view.

Landscapes from the Path of the Gods in summer:

Landscapes from the Path of the Gods in winter:

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You also do physical activity and enjoy the natural beauty.

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After the effort you can refresh yourself at the kiosk of the Path of the Gods: in summer with excellent slushes with fresh lemon or orange juice and in winter with excellent cold cuts. All always with the magnificent view of the Amalfi Coast.

Winter at the kiosk of the Path of the Gods

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