Questo sito o gli strumenti terzi da questo utilizzati si avvalgono di cookie necessari al funzionamento ed utili alle finalità illustrate nella cookie policy. Se vuoi saperne di più o negare il consenso a tutti o ad alcuni cookie, consulta la cookie policy. Chiudendo questo banner, scorrendo questa pagina, cliccando su un link o proseguendo la navigazione in altra maniera, acconsenti all'uso dei cookie.

Accetta

 

english

  • Pasticceria Pansa

    Pasticceria Pansa

    Confectionery, Pastry shop, Wine Bar, Tea room on the Amalfi Coast Amalfi Salerno Campania Italy

  • Hotel Rufolo Ravello

    Hotel Rufolo Ravello

    Quality 4 Stars Charming Hotel Accommodation Swimming Pool Restaurant Wellness Area Ravello Amalfi Coast Neapolitan Riviera Salerno...

  • Villa Maria Holiday Farmhouse Minori

    Villa Maria Holiday Farmhouse Minori

    Country House Bed and Breakfast Bio Farmhouse Accommodation Restaurant Minori AmalfiCoast Neapolitan Riviera Positano Amalfi Minori...

  • Villa Sant'Alfonso Apartments Amalfi Coast

    Villa Sant'Alfonso Apartments Amalfi Coast

    Charming Villa Aparments Accommodation Neapolitan Riviera Scala Amalficoast Ravello Amalfi Salerno Campania Italy

  • Taxi Amalficoast

    Taxi Amalficoast

    Rent a Car Exclusive Excursions Airport Trasfers Rome Naples Capodichino Ravello Amalficoast Neapolitan Riviera Mini Van Taxi...

you are here: Home Campania Amalfi Coast Albori (Vietri sul Mare)

Stay

Visit a locality browsing the menu on the left. In each Italy area you can then choose the best touristical structures we are proposing.

Print this page Send to a friend by e-mail

Share:
fb-like
g-plus

Albori (Vietri sul Mare)

Description

Albori is a hamlet of the town of Vietri sul Mare, perched on the eastern side of a valley, at the foot of the Falerzio Mount; it is characterized by a particular urban network.
The village is surely of marine origin and in the winter months, when sailing was not possible, the people cultivated whatever bits of land were tillable on the mountainside.
The origin of the name is uncertain: someone suggests that it can derive from Arvo, one of Jason's Argonauts who, following a storm, decided to settle here; others suppose that it can derive from Albolo, a Goth or Longobard man; finally the name could also designate the place where trees (albores) were cut in the ancient time, in order to built ships.
In the main square there is the church dedicated to Santa Margherita; inside the church there are admirable frescoes by the Neapolitan school.

Map

This town web page has been visited 167,893 times.

Choose language

italiano

english