“Positano bites deep.” Part II


Painting of Positano Beach in Positano, Italy

After our relaxing afternoon having lunch on Positano Beach (Marian Grande Beach), we decided to take a walk along the gorgeous gray silver sand. The artists were out, selling their paintings on the beach and along the bougainvillea covered walkways that lead to the Church of Santa Maria Assunta.

This church is one of the Positano’s most prominent and photographed sights. Its colorful majolica tiled dome is amazing with its intricate pattern of tiles in green, yellow, and blue. Most of the staircases leading up from the beach pass through the small piazza in front of the church.  I found this artists’ painting depicting the church on the beach.  This church has appeared in countless paintings, photographs and written descriptions of Positano.

When author John Steinbeck visited Positano in the 1950’s, he stayed in a room overlooking the beach just below the church.

Positano: “Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.”  John Steinbeck



Positano, Italy

Church in Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

Beach in Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

The long and winding road, Positano, Italy

This picture reminds me of The Beatles song, The long and winding road.

Positano, Italy

Lovers in Positano, Italy

There are many nooks and crannies for the young lovers.

Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

Farewell Positano, Italy

Farewell Positano, Italy

 Farewell, my Positano! Farewell.

Up next:  Furore, Italy:  the most beautiful place on earth and then there is Ravello

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Positano bites deep (Part 2) (this post)

Furore, Italy:  the most beautiful place on earth and then there is Ravello

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