5 days in Positano
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Positano, Boat Trip to Nerano Bay
We decided to spend a few hours on the water, taking a boat trip on the Mediterranean to Nerano Bay on the hotel’s boat SantAntonio, an old, glorious, and very comfortable wooden fishing boat. The weather was perfect, sunny and probably about 75 degrees on the water. And, as luck would have it, we were the only two people that booked the trip!
Lunch at Da Tommaso Allo Scoglio in Nerano was delicious; their specialty is spaghetti with zucchini. Both the captain and first mate told us that we “must” have it, and we’re glad that we did.
On our way back we slowly circled the archipelago of three atolls called Li Galli, owned by Rudolf Nureyev owned until he died in 1992. Check it out. For a mere 55€ – 150€ per week, you can stay there… Personally, I prefer Le Sirenuse in Positano!
Mike and I can’t decide which of our days we loved the most: hiking the path of the gods, taking a cooking class at Ristorante Max, or our afternoon on the Mediterranean on Sant’Antonio. One thing I do know: we’ll be back.