Only the spouses and the witnesses for a wedding in one of the best places in Italy

Location: Positano, restaurant Rada

Wedding Planner: From Italy With Love


Laid at the southern feet of the Mounts Lattari, which protect it from the Northwinds, Positano enjoys his wedding photographer Positano – thanks to its favourable position – all the advantages of a mild, dry climate. It is surrounded by green mounts, which form a sort of crown: Mount Comune, Mt. S. Maria del Castello, Mt. S. Angelo a Tre Pizzi (1444 metres high), Mt. Conocchia, Mt. Campo dei Galli and Mt. Paipo; towards south and east the gaze sweeps over the sea up to Punta Licosa and Capri. Three miles away from the coast a little arcipelago rises from the sea – “Li Galli” or “Sirenuse” – composed by three islands: “Gallo Lungo”, “Rotonda”, “Castelluccio”, which was always supposed to be the abode of the bewitching Syrians. The origins of the wedding photographer Positano, like those of many other towns, are lo

st in the mists of time, so that it is difficult to distinguish between history and legend. As it often happen in the past, myths supplied for the lack of data: one of these myths tells us that Positano was founded by Poseidon – the Latin Neptune, the god of the sea – for the sake of the nymph Pasitea, whom he loved. It is certain that Phoenicians and Greeks, tra

velling westwards, landed in Positano, which at that time, was inhabited by Oschi and Piceni and the wedding photographer positano. The Romans built near the ‘great’ beach a rich patrician villa, which has now been buried by gardens and by the church devoted to Our Lady of the Assumption. With the fall of the Roman Empire Positano became a part of the Republic of Amalfi, the first maritime republic, and went through flourishing period, owing to the commerce with the other countries of the Mediterranean area.

Ray Sheryll – wedding Positano