Italy

An Italian Adventure – Charming Cetara

Cetara is a quintessentially Italian town on the Amalfi coast, where tourism isn’t really that big of a deal.  It is a cosy fishing village with a decent sized harbour to watch the boats coming in and out, I was lucky enough to visit on a clear day and I could watch the giant liners going in and out of Salerno.


There isn’t much to do in Cetara, but it is wonderful to have a relaxing wander and seat in the sunshine after a busy few adventures, with a nice Italian coffee. 

I love the small cobbled streets, the picturesque white sugar-cube houses which you can see as you walk down the street because there are 80% less tourists here compared to Amalfi or Positano.  The church of St Peter from several parts of the town with its blue glazed dome.  The thirteenth-century bell tower with double lancet windows stands at the top of a huge hill, which was very step to climb (but covered in tasty purple flowers).   

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My favourite part of the day was going on the fishing boat, unfortunately they made me to lots of work.  But, I don’t mind! I love floating on boats.  As you can see I didn’t really achieve much whilst I was in Cetara, but it has a certain charm to it, kind of like Positano in the 1980’s. If I were to return to this area, I would probably visit Vietri Sul Mare or go all the way along to Salerno and visit a bigger Italian city.  Hopefully my next adventure is a little bit more exciting. 

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