Minori, Neapolitan Riviera
Minori is a delightful village at the mouth of of the Reginuolo. Minori is home of the splendid Villa Marittima Romana, an ancient roman villa considered to be one of the most important monuments on the whole Amalfi Coast. The villa is thought to have been the seaside residence of an influential member of the imperial court. Minori's cathedral, dedicated Santa Trofimena, is another main tourist attraction. 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.