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5 secret spots to visit between Porto Cervo and Capri

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Il San Pietro di Positano Hotel

40°37’22.2”N 14°30’13.0”E

Adrian O’Neill, captain of 60 metre Y.CO charter yacht Oasis, reveals some lesser-known highlights of the classic Porto Cervo to Capri run...

1. Il San Pietro di Positano Hotel

The San Pietro hotel is south of Positano on a cliff top and is one of the best hotels to visit by superyacht. You anchor outside — it’s shallow water, 13 metres — walk from the jetty into a cave, where a tiny lift, built into the rock, takes you all the way up to the hotel. When you step out you are in a different world, with magnificent views over Positano and Capri in the distance. Sitting out on the terrace for drinks, with the Italian tiles and marble, is a genteel experience.

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