There's no restaurant or real club, unless you count the makeshift bar and ice cream stand that sends out rounds of cheap white wine to the sunning masses. It's located in one of the most beautiful settings in the world, these six rows of colorful orange lounges that sell for 10-Euros per day in with the backdrop of postcard-perfect Positano rising in the background. While the buses and vans that cart the tourists in and of this famous seaside city, local and summer resident flock to this well-known and beloved beach club located along a pebble beach a short walk from the main harbor and central village.
It’s the cheapest beach club experience you’ll likely find in all of Italy, and probably the prettiest, with lively and authentic crowd of summer time locals enjoying Positano’s best strip of waterfront.
The beach club gets going late in the day, around 3pm in summer, with loungers closest to the water filling-up with a buffet of chatty singles, show-off divorcees from America and stout Italian grandmothers with rambunctious children in tow.