Positano is full of activities both calm and adventurous.  From museums, classical concerts, beach-going and sightseeing tours to the more adventurous pastimes every palate can be satisfied by the full range of activities in this city.

Scuba diving around the coast of Positano promises a breathtaking view of the marine wildlife.  Indeed, Positano is internationally renowned for some of its diving spots, including Li Galli and The Emerald Grotto (a large cave filled with underwater stalagmites and the famous underwater “pottery crib”).  Daily trips are available, as well as lessons, guides and boats that can cater to all levels and experiences of divers. 

For those who prefer dry land, Positano boasts many walking and hiking trails (remember that it is built on a cliff-side) that offer a way to leave the “tourist” parts of the city.  Hikes can take you through Positano to the surrounding countryside and up to challenging altitudes.  As there are many routes, hiking can be as difficult as you choose, making it perfect for those of all experience levels. The Path of the Gods hike is not to be missed with spectacular views.  You can get directions on the web or hire an excellent guide Maurizio De Rosa at onthegodspath.com

Other activities include exploring the coast line in a sailboat (which can be rented) or taking a cooking class in Italian cuisine.

TENNIS is available also with spare partner at GIU.GIO.NAT in the town center ( contact Ms Giuliana 089 875829 or  089 875811).

For more information about the sports and activities mentioned above, please refer to the following links:
http://www.ondaverde.it/subi.htm
http://www.positano.com/en/positano-l...
http://www.laboa.com/
http://www.ondaverde.it/attivitaim.ht...
http://www.ondaverde.it/cookingclass.htm
http://www.summerinitaly.com/planning...

Maurizio De Rosa