Cetara is a charming coastal town situated in the Campania region of southern Italy. Known for its picturesque harbor, beautiful beaches, and delicious seafood, Cetara is an ideal destination for those looking to experience the traditional Italian way of life. To learn more about this beautiful town, you can visit the official Cetara tourism website at https://www.cetaraturismo.it/en/.

Highlights of Cetara:

  1. Torre di Cetara - an ancient tower that offers stunning views of the town and the sea. Website: https://www.italyguides.it/en/campania/cetara/torre-di-cetara

  2. Church of St. Peter - a beautiful church located in the heart of the town, famous for its beautiful frescoes and beautiful architecture. Website: https://www.italyguides.it/en/campania/cetara/church-of-st-peter

  3. Beaches - Cetara is known for its beautiful beaches, including the Spiaggia di Cetara, which is one of the most popular beaches in the area. Website: https://www.cetaraturismo.it/en/spiaggia-di-cetara/

  4. Anchovy Festival - a celebration of Cetara's most famous product, the anchovy, held every year in July. Website: https://www.cetaraturismo.it/en/sagre/festival-dellacciuga/

  5. Ceramic shops - Cetara is home to a number of ceramic shops where visitors can buy beautiful handmade ceramics and pottery. Website: https://www.cetaraturismo.it/en/artigianato-e-shopping/le-ceramiche-di-cetara/

Directions to Cetara:

By car: From Naples, take the A3 highway towards Salerno and exit at Vietri sul Mare. From there, follow the SS163 coastal road for about 8 km to reach Cetara.

By plane: The nearest airport to Cetara is Naples International Airport, which is located about 60 km away. From there, visitors can take a taxi or rent a car to reach Cetara. Alternatively, there are also regular trains and buses from Naples to Salerno, from where visitors can take a bus or taxi to reach Cetara.