Casa Flavia in Minori overlooking the sea

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Description from the owner

  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Casa Flavia in Minori overlooking the sea

Indoor: 40 mq - Terrace: 1 mq - Tv - Elettrical heating

Casa Flavia has been tastefully restored and furnished. With Minori at the doorstep and the beach only a walk away, this is a delightful base to discover the Amalfi Coast; only 10 minutes by bus, it is possible to reach Amalfi.

Al in one area, the apartment consists of:

Well equipped kitchen; a living room with sofa bed; a bedroom area with a double bed

A bathroom with shower

A balcony overlooking the beach and the coast

Please note: There is no washing machine; laundry service is nearby.

Bus stop at 30mt, parking, restaurants, shops and cafés are all in a short walking distance.

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Casa Flavia in Minori overlooking the sea
Minori, Campania, Italy

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Additional Location Information

Minori derives its name the torrent Reginna Minor(or Riginuolo) that crosses it. It has been inhabited since Roman times, as some remains of the splendid Villa Romana Testify.
In the Middle Age it had more than adequate economic development, in fact, Minori had been a Diocese since 987, due to Papa Giovanni XV’s will and shared the history and fate of the near Amalfi, with which it was often in competition. It is a small but very nice town with beautiful promenade, enriched by a splendid 11th century fountain (Lions’ Fountain) and a net of picturesque and lively lanes.
Minori has often been devastated by natural catastrophes and plagues: a tempest 1597 was particularly terrible, it destroyed the walls and the main square. The Cathedral deserves a visit: it preserves S. Trofimanas’ relics, a saint venerated all along the Coast.
A 17th century marble pulpit is very remarkable. A wooden Baroque altar is interesting too, it is in the church of S. Lucia at Benedictine Convent. However, above all, Minori offers the possibility of visiting the remains of a Roman Villa of the Augustean Age(1st century), built on a 2500-square-metre area. Excavations began in 1932 and were continued after the flood of 1954 buried in under a blanket of mud. The building had two stories originally, but the top floor has been lost. The ground floor is still intact and is surrounded by three archways and a nymphaeum and is decorated by frescoes and mosaics. The inside a swimming pool of Roman times was discovered. The Roman Villas is of a great archaeological interest: it is only evidence of this type on the Coast.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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