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Amalfi coast 8 days with 4 yr old

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My wife and I are taking my 4 yr old daughter away with us for 8 days on the Amalfi coast in early August (are we mad???). Flying in and out of Rome we are after any advice on where to stay and also transportation.

We have been to rome previously so not planning on spending time there - maybe 1 night at start or end of trip.

Priorities are good access to beach, good casual dining options and day trip options.suggestions welcome!

Was thinking of hiring a car in Rome and driving south, as a car may be handy for a day trip or 2 or would train and local buses/ferries be more advisable? maybe 1-2 nights in either naples or Sorrento and then 5 on Amalfi coast. Any advice on which of the following (or anywhere else) Positano, Praiano or Amalfi would be best would be greatly appreciated. Fully understand it will be peak summer at this time but "quieter" option is preferred.

Any advice would be appreciated, previously had excellent recommendations given for Emilia Romagna area resulting in an unforgettable trip.

thank you in advance

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