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Cetara


CetaraProbabilmente Cetara:segue Vietri sul Mare, and is a picturesque seaside village on the Amalfi Coast Amalfitana at the foot of Mount Falerio and, relaxing in a deep valley flanked by vineyards and citrus groves, it opens almost like a fan on the narrow flat strip at sea level. It has always been a fishing village, it is no coincidence that its name derives from the Latin Cetaria, tonnara, or cetari, sellers of big fish. The famous festival of the Tuna is the proof. The origins of this fishing village date back perhaps in the High Middle Ages
View from the sea of ​​Cetara
During the Evo Antico its territory, almost completely uninhabited, belonged to the jurisdiction of the Etruscan city of Marcina, coinciding very probably with Vietri sul Mare. The settlement seafaring had to be established in the second half of the ninth century, when in that locality a Saracens colony settled, then driven out towards the end of that century. In 1030 the cetaresi paid the ius piscaria e to the archbishop of Amalfi, while in 1120 the duke William gave it to the Benedictine monastery of Erchie the right to the collection of the tenth that was paid for the activity of fishing in the sea of ​​Cetara.Nel Middle Ages the eastern part of the territory of Cetara belonged to the Lombard principality of Salerno, while the western one was inserted in the tenimento of the duchy
Ancient tonnara of Cetara
The landscape of those areas was characterized by woods, chestnut woods, most of which belonged to the aristocracy amalfitano-atranese and the monastery of S. Maria and S. Benedetto diBeach Erchie. The rugged orography of the coast forced the ancient Cetarese to the realization of terracing supported by dry walls, called still today macerines. In these terraced terraces were planted orchards, vineyards, lemon groves. Spontaneous instead grew the olive tree. The bay of Cetara was in direct contact with the port classic of Fonti, where in the early Middle Ages the ships of the Badia di Cava de 'Tirreni. The Cetarese, like all the inhabitants of the duchy of Amalfi, participated in maritime and commercial activities of the small coastal State.

Cetara Beach
Thus, embarked on the ships of the republic, the Cetarean sailorspescatori they contributed to the triangular cycle of the Amalfitan trade, which it had as vertices southern Italy, northern Africa, the empire of Byzantium. & nbsp; & nbsp; There are no old coastal fleets today that memory; only that of Cetara continues to plow the waves of the Western Mediterranean. Only on January 1, 1834, after centuries of quarrels and disputes, Cetara was elevated to municipality with administration independent and separated from Vietri. A first attempt by the Cetarese, for the establishment of a municipality separated from Cava, had occurred centuries before, in 1486: with the resolution of the University of Cava, however, in the sitting that instance was rejected. With the installation of the municipality i cetaresi felt satisfied in their centuries-old aspiration to be administratively autonomous in the soul.

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  • 1 persona 100 Euro
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  • 4 persone 120 Euro
  • 5 persone 130 euro
  • 6 persone 140 Euro
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  • 8 persone 160 Euro

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From Ravello to Rome or vice versa

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