The restaurant punt
Da Adolfo restaurant boat landing at Laurito Beach
Photo: Tim Lumsdaine
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The Amalfi Coast is well known for its selection of gorgeous beaches, which are buzzing with activity during the summer months. But there are a few beaches along the Amalfi Coast that the locals like to keep secret. One of these lovely spots is Laurito. Here you can stretch out on deck chairs and watch as the turquoise water laps at the dark sand and pebbles.
Although it’s a popular spot with the locals, it isn’t overrun with tourists and is a pleasant change from busier Amalfi Coast beaches. There’s a bus stop above the steep path that climbs down to Laurito, but shuttle boats that leave from Positano’s main jetty are a more popular option when it comes to reaching this secluded beach, just look for the boat with the red fish on the mast.
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