Maiori is one of the main towns of the Amalfi Coast. UNESCO
declared since 1997 Maiori, together with the Amalfi Coast, Patrimonio
It rises between Capo d'Orso and the short promontory that separates it from Minori ed
is a beautiful seaside resort located on the alluvial plain that
it forms the terminal part of the Tramonti canal, which can
boast the most extensive tourist hotel accommodation assets
present on the Amalfi Coast.
The town is full of things to see and hosts a large number of
hotel and B & B: the neighboring towns of the Costa can be reached
easily by public transport and by own means in a few minutes.
According to history, the origins of the city date back to the period of the
Etruscans. The original name of Maiori was Rheginna Maior for
distinguish it from the nearby town Rheginna
Minor (l’attuale Minori).
The city has undergone the historical events of the Divina since the times of the Ancient Amalfi Republic.
Since the post-war period, Maiori has registered a considerable expansion
urban planning and boasts one of the best living standards of Campania.
There are many things to see in Maiori which is one of the countries of the
Larger coastline and home to several seaside hotels ideal for those
wants to take a few days on the beach