Set on the spectacular Amalfi Coast of Italy, in the province of Salerno, the small town of Minori is the local’s answer to the crowds of Amalfi and Positano. Somehow more authentic than its glitzier neighbours, Minori is still home to some incredible beaches, gorgeous scenery, and a legendary pasta making scene. UNESCO-listed for its heritage, the village is filled with magnificent coastal villas and ancient buildings. Top attractions include the magnificent Santa Trofimena Cathedral, and the Roman Villa Marittima Romana, with baths, pools, and enthralling frescoes.Despite almost 2000 years having passed, the villa’s Nympheaum still conserves a number of its original frescoes and mosaics. Minori’s cathedral, dedicated Santa Trofimena, was restored in the 19th century and has three light-filled aisles and a 17th century marble pulpit. In the 18th century, Minori became famous for its watermills and pasta factories and to this very day, tourists come to taste the town’s delicious pasta, served in the small restaurants nestled between the brightly painted houses. Powdery beaches and calm, warm seas offer perfect swimming conditions, and umbrellas, restaurants and beachside bars contribute to a sublime holiday experience.

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