With the largest stretch of uninterrupted beach in the area, it’s easy to get lost in this ancient section of Italy. Maiori’s rich history hangs in the air and is apparent wherever you look.
The best way to embrace the past is to wander amongst the ruins of Santa Maria de Olearia, an eleventh-century Benedictine monastery whilst letting the warm Mediterranean breeze roll in and play on your cheeks. When your belly starts to rumble then take a late dinner at Pizzeria Pineta 1903 which as the name implies, was founded in 1903 and is the oldest pizzeria in the area. The restaurant is famous for its Neapolitana white sauce pie.
With so much beach concentrated in such a minute stretch of land. Maiori is known as the jewel of the Amalfi coast and with a professional, local photographer you are now able to take some of that treasure home with you.