Magical Memories of 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 -Photo by Margie MikA jewel of exquisite beauty on the Amalfi Coast

Positano - Photo by Margie MiklasSteep streets with endless turns

Positano - Photo by Margie MiklasThe warmth of a gentle breeze across the azure Tyrrhenian Sea

Positano Fornillo Beach Photo by Margie MiklasAn unforgettable lunch at the beachfront restaurant Buco di Bacco

Positano Photo by Margie MiklasA vertical city built into the side of a cliff that hugs the coast

Positano-photo by Margie MiklasQuiet waves with a rhythm that soothes me to sleep

Positano - photo by Margie MiklasThe sweet taste of cannoli and cappuccino at La Zagara

Cannoli at La Zagara in Positano - Photo by Margie MiklasAn artist’s expressions on canvas that reveal the tranquility at the beach of Spiaggia Grande

Photo by Margie Miklas - A painting of PositanoA young fisherman and his wooden boat at twilight

Photo by Margie MiklasThe magnificence of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta with its majolica-tiled dome

Positano - Photo by Margie MiklasGlorious bougainvillea in hues of magenta and purple

The words here are from a page in Colors of Naples and the Amalfi Coast, my recently published photo book.

Colors of Naples and the Amalfi Coast by Margie MiklasIf you like this post, you may be interested in my book, available either on, or directly through me. I’d be happy to send you an autographed copy for the same price ($24.99) plus shipping ($5.01 – International shipping costs are higher). Contact me at

Have you visited Positano? Do you have magical memories to share? I’d like to hear them, so please leave a comment.

Ciao and grazie.

About Margie Miklas

An award-winning author, Margie Miklas writes medical thrillers and travel memoirs about Italy, a place which has captured her passion for travel. She is also the creator and owner of the travel blog, Margie in Italy, and a contributing writer for an Italian-American newspaper. A retired critical-care nurse, she enjoys spending time with her family, including her three cats. Her favorite place is the beach, and she likes learning new computer skills, when she is not writing. A member of the Florida Writers Association, Margie makes her home in Florida.
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19 Responses to Magical Memories of Positano

  1. As you know, I LOVE it there as well! The minute you drive away, you want to return! Lovely memories & photos…

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  2. My first ever overseas trip was to Sorrento. I remember being ‘blown away’ by the beauty of Positano. Thanks for the memory nudge.

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    • Thank you Andrew…Positano is a place that never disappoints. Ive been there many times and this was the first time I actually stayed in Positano…I had a glorious five days and can’t wait to return again


  3. imarancher says:

    Loved the artwork in your latest book. Its already giving the neighbors plans for their next trip. You have a gift with the camera for sure.

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  4. auguri on your latest book!

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  5. Eileen says:

    What hotel did you stay in while in Positano? I plan on going there in the future and I’d love a recommendation for a great hotel with a beautiful view. As usual, your pictures make me want to go to Italy.

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  6. That is such a wonderful gift Eileen..I also enjoy planning Thanks so very much.



    Margie, Although I am A Sicilian Screenwriter You know how I am Hon, and that I only Speak when I really do have something of significance to Say ….

    Yet whenever i see any view of Home in all of its Magnificence… Italia just comes alive for me and it puts My Heart at ease which allows me to feel at Great….

    And Margie Positano is without question una bellezza mozzafiato davvero!!!


  8. Pingback: The Gift of Positano | margieinitaly

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