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A month in Positano - where to stay??

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Putting the details together for a trip to Positano May 2015. I already have a week booked with friends in a private villa but want to add 3 weeks to explore on my own. This will be my first trip to Italy and I love the idea of having a home base and traveling from there, as well as really getting a feel for one particular area. Future trips will take me inland to other magnificent areas of Italy but for this one I want to focus on the Amalfi Coast - with the possible exception of a getaway to Cinque Terre.
Would love recommendations for where to stay in Positano. I am super active, love to meet others when traveling, and also really appreciate nice accommodations. Plan to do a considerable amount of hiking, cooking classes, exploring other coastal towns nearby. Thinking a centrally located apartment (with an amazing view) might fit the bill, especially if there is possibly a central dining/breakfast/lounging area. Any tips for apartments, hotels, B&B's for a 2-3 week stay?

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