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A town of good taste

This little seaview village may be modern day Amalfi's best kept secret, but the ancients of old were savvy to the charms of a holiday to Minori. Home to the magnificent Villa Marittima Romana, Minori was evidently a popular summer vacation spot for the ancient Roman upper class. A fact that we're sure it uses to taunt its bigger brother Maiori which lies just down the road. Another string to underrated Minori's bow comes in the form of its culinary prowess. Dubbed "the town of good taste", Minori's restaurants are laid-back but highly rated. Aside from a smattering of rather grand ancient attractions, you'll find Minori to be a quiet, unpretentious, working town with a pleasant little beach and lower prices than many of its neighbours along the Amalfi Coast.

Your Minori questions, answered

Minori's status as a gourmet village is celebrated in early September with anannual food festival, the GustaMinori which brings together local artisans.
Try the lemon pasta made with scialatielli - thick ribbons of fresh pasta and we think you'll be hooked. Seafood ravioli is another hotly tipped recommendation.
For truly authentic souvenirs (albeit ones that won't last long), grab a bottle of locally produced limoncello and a bag of homemade pasta.

Hotels in Minori