Italy, from north to south, captivates with its landscapes. Each town or settlement charms with its splendor. The natural potential of the peninsula is inexhaustible.
On the southern coast of Italy, near the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the province of Salerno, lies the renowned town of Positano. According to local legend, the town was founded by the god Poseidon in honor of the beautiful nymph named Posithea.
The place gained great popularity after the mid-20th century with the publication of John Steinbeck’s essay. Currently, Positano attracts and accommodates celebrities from around the world. The town continues to capture the attention of cultural and artistic figures.
Here you can find the villa of the German musician Wilhelm Kempf, the Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, and the actress Sophia Loren.