Maiori (Campania)

Maiori is a town on the Amalfi coast, in the province of Salerno. It has been a popular tourist resort since Roman times, with the longest unbroken stretch of beach on the Amalfi coastline. The city has monuments of all epochs such as the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria a Mare (13th century) the Church of San Francesco (finished in 1590), now in late Rococo style, the Santa Maria de Olearia (11th century), a Benedictine Abbey founded in 973 just above the historical centre of the town. The Castle of San Nicola appears on the summit of the hill which dominates the villages of Accola and Carpineto.

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Recipes From Campania


Moist brioche cake soaked in sweet rum syrup, rum babá is a favorite Neapolitan dessert. It’s so beloved that there’s even a Neapolitan expression: Sì nu babbà.


Taralli sugna e pepe are a classic Neapolitan snack food, for sale by street vendors and bakeries, and perfect with a glass of chilled dry white wine.


The Danubio napoletano is often served as a part of a pre-dinner aperitivo or as a snack for children.

Try your hand at making gnocchi alla sorrentina, a dish from Campania's Sorrento coast

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i'm looking for a lawyer to represent me in my application for citizen by descent in Oliveto Citra in Campania. 

What are some things to do in Ischia in June - we have only 2 days. Grazie mille.

Hello everyone! Here at Italy Magazine, we want to know your travel memories and tips from the region of Campania as part of a special issue we're working on. We might not be able to easily travel right now but we can still think about those trips we've enjoyed in the past.