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Cetara, Nerano and Minori

Far from the mass toursim

Minori is a little village with roman history. A visit at Minori worth for its lovely historical centre, the beach, the Roman villas and for a stop to Bar De Riso and its worldwide famous Ricotta and Pere cake. Minori it's a concentrate of the Amalfi coast: old houses, between two hills that make its crown of green and lemon trees, a blue and calm sea.


Nerano is a little jewel in the Amalfi Coast, far from the mass tourism (exclude August where is extremely tourist).
Few houses, one church and 3 beaches. This is the village that will amaze with its colors either from the houses and the sky and the blue Mediterranean sea. Perfect location to relax its quiet until August when the "invasion" makes this paradise a bit less charming. Day trip in boat is a must, and also a walk along the coast until Baia di Ieranto and Punta Campanella for the expert.


Catara is a picturesque fishing village and one of the most picturesque towns of the Amalfi Coast.
Cetara worth a visit because it still retains the charm of village strongly linked with the sea. Everywhere, including its streets, its old houses, the life is connected to the fishing. The name indeed, might derive from "cetaria", in Latin tuna, or "Cetari".
A typical dish is represented by Cetarail spagetti with anchovy sauce. This souce is made from the fermentation of anchovies marinated in special containers and can be thought of as an evolution of "garum”, a fish sauce which was crazy about the ancient Romans.