Positano's Rifugio degli Dei is a country residence, which stretches along the entire length of the Amalfi Coast. A typically Mediterranean country house, immersed in peaceful woods, from the height of its mountainside position Rifugio degli Dei offers a superb view of Positano and the islets of Li Galli, Punta Campanella and Capri.
The apartment contain traditional architectural features such as vaulted ceilings, chestnut wood architraves and slaked plaster walls. The apartment is comprised of bedroom, bathroom, living room with kitchenette, and sunny, sea view terrace.
Once you’ve reached Positano, you need only travel a short distance further along the main road to reach Arienzo. From the main road there are aound 250 steps which lead to a pathway which you follow for another 150 meters.
According to the legend, Positano was founded by a group of inhabitants from Paestum who were escaping from the attack of some Saraceni (pirates of the time).
The first official information about the town's existence comes from some ancient Roman documents, but some artifacts from the Palaeolithic Era have also been found in Positano. These artifacts testify to a much more ancient origin of the settlement.
The town of Positano is located in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Amalfi Coast, and the valley opens up to an equally magnificent stretch of coastline. At the center of town you can see the brightly colored 'maiolica' dome of Santa Maria Assunta, the main church of Positano. As well as completing the picturesque view of this Southern Italian town, the church is also a very important part of daily life, for many local inhabitants of Positano. Inside, the church features a collection of intriguing works of art from the XIII, and XVI century that are well worth visiting.
Other Activities: trekking, escursion on the coast, climping