Considered by some as the ‘Gateway to the Amalfi Coast’, Vietri sul Mare is also the ceramics capital of Campania. The historic centre of Vietri is full of shopfronts tiled in decorative ceramics.
Things to See and Do in Vietri sul Mare
Duomo di San Giovanni Battista
The first thing you’ll notice when arriving in Vietri will be the striking church of San Giovanni Battista. A late Neapolitan Renaissance-style building, the church’s dome-like many along the Amalfi Coast is covered in ceramic tiles.
Address: Via S. Giovanni, 18, 84019 Vietri sul Mare SA, Italy
Museum of Ceramics
Looking to know more about the ceramics? Villa Guariglia, a grand yellow house overlooking the town and the Bay of Salerno, is home to the Provincial Museum of Ceramics. The museum is a worthy stop, away from tourists, on your journey along the Amalfi Coast.
Address: SP75, 7, 84019 Vietri sul Mare SA, Italy
How to get to Vietri Sul Mare
If you plan to stay with us, you’re in luck as its just 20 minutes’ drive from Villa Di Martino. Need road directions? We’ve done the work for you! Click here for google map directions from Villa Di Martino to Vietri Sul Mare.
Vietri Sul Mare is also served by the metro train L2 and also SITA buses from Salerno, Amalfi and Maiori. Always check the SITA website for the latest bus timetables. You can also use the Trenitalia to check the L2 metro timetable, visit their website and use the search top right to insert the station.
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