Minori, which literally translates to small, was known as Rheggina Minor in olden times as it is situated on the banks of river Rheggina. Over a period of time, the city’s name changed to Minori. Still a hidden gem, Minori was once a favorite recreation destination among the Romans. Although a small town, it finds its place on the map as the hub of pasta and pastry production. Explore Minori’s ancient villa, visit lemon gardens and try limoncello – city’s famous liquer; and give in to gastronomic pleasures at the annual food festival – Gustaminori.
Minori is approximately 11 kilometres away from Amalfi, if you drive down and makes for a perfect getaway for a day while at Amalfi. Some of the top attractions in Minori are - Basilica di Santa Trofimena, Villa Roma Antiquarium and Minori Beach.
Minori Travel Tips
- Best time to visit Minori, like its neighbouring cities, is anytime during the year. Although the peak season is from June to August.
How to Reach Minori
- Drive down or hop onto SITA Bus to get to the city.
- Pub Birilla
- Il Giardiniello
- Café Europa
- Pasticceria Gambardella
- Sal de Riso
- La Botte
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6.34% of people who visit Amalfi include Minori in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
38.46% of people start their Minori visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Minori
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Minori