Minori is a charming village, on the coast, four miles far from Amalfi. It's name come from the ancient latin name :"Rheginna Minor", which came from the Rheginna river, which still exists today in the valley.
As the others coast villages, Minori grew under the ancient Roman who choosed the Amalfi Coast for their vacancies, because of its beauty and weather.
The first comercial activities in Minori
were the production of artisanal paper first, tha pasta then, and liquor with a speciality made with lemon.
Places to visit in Minori : the ancient roman villa, the Basilica of Saint-Trofimena, and the churches Santa Lucia, San Gennaro and San Michele.