A Video View of Positano and the Amalfi Coast Road

Amalfi Coast Road Photo by Margie MiklasFor all the times I’ve tried to describe the Amalfi Coast road, I could never really adequately explain what this short video shows so clearly.  A classic example of “show, don’t tell.” Thank you, Coastal Living Instagram, for posting this cool video of Positano which received over 22,000 views in six hours. Enjoy.  Please check out @coastal_living on Instagram. Don’t you agree, this video is spectacular? Now you know why I love this place in Italy.

Along the Amalfi Coast, Italy photo by margie MiklasHave you been  as spellbound as  I have seeing these views as you took a ride on the Amalfi Coast road?  Or have you had the misfortune to become sick from the numerous twists and turns of the road that you couldn’t enjoy it? Please share your experience…I’d love to hear it, so please leave a comment.

Amalfi Coast Photo by Margie MiklasIf you enjoyed this post, you may also like my photo/coffee table book featuring images and correlating stories about Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

Positano Photo by Margie MiklasEach photograph tells its own story, enhanced by the lively and insightful narrative that accompanies it. If you’ve visited this special area of Italy, you will want to return once you’ve turned the pages of her book. lf you’ve never traveled there, you will put a trip to Naples and the Amalfi Coast at the top of your bucket list.” – Recent Amazon review

Colors of Naples and the Amalfi Coast by Margie Miklas

Available on Amazon in hardback $24.99

Have you visited  the Amalfi Coast? Did you love it as much as I did?  I’d love to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment.

Grazie and ciao






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 A Video View of Positano and the Amalfi Coast Road

  1. Karen DiRienzo says:

    I loved it when we first visited in 2014. Will be returning this September to take in more of this place and beautiful country.

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  2. Tony says:

    Absolutely incredible! I cannot wait to see and experience it myself…just 30 days away now! 🙂

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  3. suzette008 says:

    Hi Margie! To me, the coastal cliffs of Amalfi are as timeless as the wind. This past October/Nov I rode it via bus a number of times and learned quickly that Dramamine was my new best friend. I was thankful that I had not rented a car and attempted the drive it myself; even in the slow season those tour buses go fast and there is only one lane in many places, as you know! I did accidentally find myself walking the winding turns of that coastal road though, which was a harrowing adventure of it’s own 😉 I enjoy your stories and photos, thanks for sharing.

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  4. Dee Ann Costello says:

    Yes, got bus sick from twists and turns the first time on Amalfi coast. The second time was better as we saw the coast via a boat ride…so much more enjoyable and you could view the villages and countryside.

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  5. I have a Zia in Salerno so have been to the area many times. The first time I was 11 and I remember taking a boat along the coast. I think we went from Salerno to Amalfi. I also remember my whole family almost drowning in a n overcrowded tiny boat on choppy seas in Capri..Papà took a movie camera and the scenes from the boat are hilarious-although we did not think so at the time! I have not been to Positano or hiked il Sentiero dei Dei, so would like to do that some day. Ciao, Cristina

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  6. One of the best things that I have ever done including stopping for lemonade high over Positano. I always like this quote from John Steinbeck – “Flaming like a meteor we hit the coast, a road, high, high above the blue sea, that hooked and corkscrewed on the edge of nothing, a road carefully designed to be a little narrower than two cars side by side.”

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  7. Anonymous says:

    I closed my eyes. We were in a group led by the importer, VIETRI, and we commissioned a bus. There is nothing like going around the turns and not seeing the road beneath you as you look straight down. Very narrow and not room for two buses to share the road, that’s for sure. I was glad to reach our destination.

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  8. Natale says:

    Ciao, Amalfi my favorite place next to my home of Napoli. Its beautiful, peacefull, and romantic. The food is great and the people are beautiful. Natale

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