Discover Treville Positano’s simply iconic Botanical Bianca Bar and enjoy a luxurious atmosphere like never before. Within the pristine white space with the inviting sofas, adorned with Moorish décor, filigree furnishings and a Moroccan allure, sits the pioneering Bianca Bar where beloved drinks meet the beneficial properties of herbs sourced from the estate’s organic farm. Relish in every crisp sip and become one with the beguiling atmosphere of a destination that has hosted the world’s brightest stars.
Hop aboard Treville Positano’s traditional wooden San Fernando II vessel and embark on an adventure through the waves. The estate’s marine limousine, a ten-metre-long Apreamare classic, was built over sixty years ago yet it is this patina of time that adds to its charm. Available for guests to reach the laid-back haven of Laurito Beach Club, a ride on San Fernando II manages to transport visitors back in time, reviving the pleasant peacefulness of Treville Positano and infusing any stay with added dose of elegance.
Glide across the crystal clear sea. Sink into relaxation aboard the Maison’s private luxury yacht Luna B.
The 66m/216’6″ motor yacht ‘Luna B’ by the Dutch shipyard Ocenaco offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 cabins and features interior styling by Alberto Pinto.
Offering an abundance of social and dining options, as well as a highly attentive crew, luxury charters aboard motor yacht Luna B are set to be truly magical whatever the destination. Her features include a spa, beach club and gym.
Built in 2005, Luna B offers guest accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 suites comprising a master suite, one VIP cabin, two double cabins and two twin cabins. The supremely spacious full beam master suite incorporates its own study. There are 8 beds in total, including 4 doubles and 4 singles. She is also capable of carrying up to 18 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht charter experience.
Either will be a full day cruise, a private transfer or a overnight stay this Luca Santella’s concept walkaround boat, will take you on the discover of magical places, food and experiences of the the Mediterranean.
LOA 18,80 m – 61 ft. 1 in
Beam 5,37 m – 17 ft. 6 in
Max capacity Passengers 12
Max Speed 39 kn +/- 5%
Cruise Speed 25 kn +/- 5%
Services included: BeachTowels, Soft drinks and snacks, Snorkelling equipment, Water toys, Prosecco, Nespresso, Wi-Fi
Set out for a stunning exploration of the Amalfi Coast with an excursion to the Path of the Gods. Experience a side of the famed Costiera that refreshingly veers off the beaten path and leads you away from the maddening crowds and right into nature. Wander through historic towns, follow the ancient mule routes and enjoy some of the most dazzling coastal panoramas. Don’t know where to start? You have two options, both equally exciting, for the beginning of your journey. The most popular spot is known as Il Sentiero degli Dei and is located is Bomerano. This trail ends in Santa Maria Del Castello and is slightly more challenging as it features many uphill paths. You may also start at Praiano after going up a large staircase, leading you to the start of the hiking trail, a less demanding trail that also crosses through the village of Nocelle, where the trail ends. The round trip extends over a total of 10km while it is advised to tackle the trail with the help of an expert guide. In the summer months especially an early start is advised to avoid exhaustion from the high temperatures while it is also wise to opt for light and breathable clothing and hats as well as the appropriate hiking footwear for extra comfort. During the trek you will be treated to a variety of terrains and see the scenery change from terraced hills to stunning displays of the Mediterranean Sea, tinged with the deep green of the surrounding flora. For an added touch of local exploration, Treville Positano’s hike experience also takes you to Antonio’s farmhouse for a degustation of delicious homemade goods. The skilled producer and shepherd is one of the few people to still reside along the path, living off of the land and his animals. This unique trail is guaranteed to mesmerise you with its breath-taking views and offer you an in-depth look into the nature and culture of Positano, infusing any stay at Treville Positano with an added dose of immersion and connection to the destination.
When talk turns to the Amalfi Coast, images of the seascape and sceneries of colourful villages spring to mind. Yet, few know of the Valle Delle Ferriere natural reserve. The valley, the Scala region’s shining gem, is a deep basin that has remained almost intact thanks to its secluded location. The path begins in Pontone, standing 225m above sea level, and leads from the Lattari Mountains to Amalfi, with unique walks across lush woods and babbling streams. The valley’s name derives from the ruins of the medieval ironworks found along the way and is one of the county’s 41 biogenetic reserves. The last part of this hike features water-powered mills which are used in the production of the renowned Amalfi paper. The path is simple to navigate and takes about three hours to complete. For an extra dose of adventure take a detour before returning to Amalfi to visit the Integral Reserve. We advise wearing comfortable clothing and hiking footwear to tackle the trail in comfort.
The zesty fragrance of fresh lemons and a family friendly hiking trail revealing amazing sea views awaits to enchant you on the Path of Lemons! This scenic route connects the villages of Maiori and Minori while offering stunning vistas of the cliffs and the sea glittering under the sun. Travel back in time as you wander among flourishing groves and follow the trail of lemon growers from centuries ago.
Revel in the beauty of the Costiera Amalfitana with all your senses, inhaling the sweet scent of lemons and becoming one with nature’s magnificence. The excursion is a wonderful experience throughout the year. In the summertime it is recommended to head out early in the morning or late in the afternoon as the path is unshaded and temperatures may run high. The path is easy to follow but it is worth noting that there are more than 400 stairs to go down as well as natural up and downhill parts. On the whole the path poses no difficulties even for non-hikers or children.
The Vesuvius National Park is one of the most fascinating, most visited destinations in Italy. Who wouldn’t love to visit an active volcano site? The region provides a wonderful look into bountiful natural riches, breathtaking views and centuries-old crops growing on the fertile slopes and utilised with long-standing traditions. The classic trail leads to the crater, known as the Gran Cono, and is not a particularly strenuous one, making it ideal for all without any specific preparation or training. The trail’s length is about 4km long and leads to the highest peak, standing 1170 metres above sea level. Begin your exploration on a narrow path revealing amazing views of Vesuvius right away- vistas that preside over the Tirone Reserve, the Gulf of Naples, and the Piana Campana. Near the middle of the hike, you can enjoy views of Punta Nasone and, on the other end, the Cognoli di Ottaviano that stand over the Valle dell’Inferno. Follow a path dotted with flourishing yellow gorse and take on a small climb surrounded by maritime pines and birch trees leading you to the Baracca Forest. Next up is a visit to the edge of the crater, a vantage point that offers an amazing view of the entire Gulf of Naples, the excavations taking place and the Molise-Abruzzo Apennine Mountains. Combine your visits to Vesuvius with a visit to the ruins of Pompeii and enjoy a lunchbreak in the beautiful neighbouring areas. An excellent option is Sorrentino, famous for its winery, where you can even ride on horseback and paint wonderful sceneries within the vast vineyards.
Italian food carries along a brilliant legacy. It has done so for centuries. Italian food is not just a collection of ultra-fresh, quality ingredients. It is an evocation of a varied culture, a region’s trademarks, and a lifestyle that though many have tired, few can emulate. In Italy food bring families, friends and loved ones together in an experience that unites, because the best of memories are made around the dinner table. As we come together with those who matter most, flavours, scents and philosophies intermingle in the most delicious way. These are the moments that matter, the mental snapshots that will live on forever. It is for this reason that we suggest you take part in Treville Positano’s cooking classes, headed by Chef Vincenzo Castaldo guiding your through this sensory journey.
Venture to Tramonti to discover an unexpected side of the Amalfi Coast: unspoiled nature, centuries-old vineyards, churches and quaint villages where time seems to have stood still.
Choose the option that suits you:
1. A visit to the historic pre-phylloxera vineyards, all of them between 300 and 500 years old, combined with a tour of the 17th century wine cellar and rounded-off with an exquisite tasting. Sample three D.O.C (Designation of Controlled Origin) wines and enjoy some traditional, tasty bites within a wonderful setting.
2. A visit to the historic pre-phylloxera vineyards and a tour of the cellar with a four-course light lunch made of the finest local products, combined with a guided tasting of three D.O.C reserve wines.
3. A visit to the historic vineyards and a tour of the wine cellar accompanied by a five-course lunch full of the region’s tastiest products along with a guided tasting of three D.O.C reserve wines.
4. A visit to the Rupestre church, located near one of the historical vineyards, along with a five-course lunch and a tasting of old vintage and sparkling wines.
Welcome to an experience that captivates the senses. We embark on an adventure dedicated to the grape’s journey – from the vines to our glasses – through the intoxicating scents of the flourishing gardens, aromatic herbs, roses, and the unique woody scent of the barrel cellar. Become familiar with each step of the winemaking and ageing process through an immersive experience that culminates in a guided tasting of three delicious labels, or a tasting paired with a platter of cured meats and fine cheeses from Irpinia.
On the fertile foothills of Vesuvius sits a residencecellar where the heart of the region’s winemaking legacy beats strong. Five generations of locals honour the Vesuvian agricultural traditions and viticulture, producing the legendary Lacryma Christi whose name is a fascinating tale in itself. According to myth the name Lacryma Christi comes from an old myth in which Christ cried all of his tears over Lucifer’s fall from heaven, giving the earth’s vines divine inspiration to grow and flourish. Besides relishing in delicious wine and tucking into tasty bites, in Sorrentino you will also have the chance to gallop through the extensive grounds on horseback or even paint a picture of the wonderful scenery surrounding you. Pair this uplifting visit with your trips to Pompeii or Herculaneum or end your Vesuvius excursion in Sorrentino for the perfect end-of-day destination.
The Salerno region is to thank for the decadent dairy delight that is Mozzarella di Bufala, mozzarella cheese produced with buffalo milk. Want to know everything about the international favourite? A visit to Vannulo Estate’s dairy farm in Paestum will initiate you to all stages of its production – from milking the animals to sampling the final, delicious product. Tenuta Vannulo is the first organic producer of water buffalo milk and its cheese’s popularity speaks for itself. If you are eager to bring the tastes of Italy back home with you, make sure you get there fast – mozzarella stocks at the Estate tend to fly off the shelves! Paestum is a two-hour drive from Treville Positano, and the area offers guests the chance to spend a day immersed in nature. Pair your tour of the Estate with a visit to the temples of Paestum and enjoy the best the region has to offer.
The Roman Archaeological Museum of Positano is the result of years of excavations and restorations, which have brought to light a real jewel of the Roman era, a portion of a villa dating back to the 1st century AD. It is a part of the triclinium or dining room (about 30 square meters found 11 meters below the Church of Santa Maria Assunta). The entrance to the museum is located just behind the bell tower of the aforementioned church.
Get ready to take a trip back in time to 79 AD, the year of the eruption of Vesuvius. The Lattari mountains that surround Positano were unable to defend it from the fury of Vesuvius which at the same time destroyed the most famous Pompeii and Herculaneum. In fact, Positano does not rise directly on the slopes of Vesuvius, from which it is about 20 kilometers away as the crow flies…
Treville Positano rests near some of antiquity’s most impressive and beautiful archeological sites, awaiting to be discovered and offer a unique glimpse into the area’s illustrious past. The ancient city, along with others in the vicinity were buried under a mountain of volcanic ash and pumice following the devastating eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Pompeii was an affluent town with public buildings and luxurious homes, lavish decorations and works of art that reveal how advanced these ancient civilisations truly were. Now preserved under the ash and pumice, the ancient city is a vivid reminder of history as well as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Archaeological Park of Pompeii, stretching out over 44 hectares of land, requires at least 2 hours for a quick visit or a full day to get immersed in the experience and admire the vast grounds. The company of a local guide is advised in order to optimise your visit and travel back in time through expert insights and historical information. At Treville Positano we can arrange private car transfers as well as plan your meeting with an experienced tour guide.
Located west of the Vesuvius’ crater, Herculaneum was a small town overlooking the sea and enjoying a privileged location over the gulf. The houses in Herculaneum might have been small but they were richly decorated, an element that lead researchers and historians to believe that this was where the Roman nobility chose to spend their summers. We suggest pairing your visit to Herculaneum with a lunch break in one of the best restaurants resting on the Vesuvian hills. We propose dedicating an entire day to this visit in order to enjoy the experience to the fullest.
Initially founded by the Greeks around 600 B.C.E, the city of Paestum was called Poseidonia, borrowing its name form Poseidon, God of the Sea, or Neptune as the deity is also known. Between 400 and 273 BC, the city was occupied by the Lucanians while in 273 it became a Roman colony and renamed Paestum. The city is also a recognised UNESCO World Heritage site since 1998. Today Paestum is famous for its temples, good food and delicious wines. The three Greek Temples of Paestum were built between the 6th and the 5th centuries BC and stand out as the classical age’s best preserved templar buildings. Looking for a veritably hypnotising experience? Visit the sites in the evening with the bright full moon leading the way and let yourself get carried away by the splendour of centuries gone by. We suggest combining your visit to Paestum with a visit to the Tenuta San Salvatore estate for an unforgettable wine tasting or Tenuta Vannulo for the tastiest, freshest mozzarella di bufala you have ever tried!
Go back in time and relish in the charm and simplicity of bygone eras. Can you think of a better way to enjoy the picturesque coast, a true symbol of Italian lifestyle, than with a scenic drive? At Treville Positano we customise these experiences to suit your needs, from of the choice of vehicle to suggesting the best routes for your and your travel wish list. Get ready to tackle winding turns, enjoy dazzling sea views below and experience La Dolce Vita in its truest form. Can’t wait to get on the road in the finest vintage car for an added dose of glamour? We are happy to help you rent out the timeless car of your dreams for moments that seem to have jumped out of a postcard.