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Minuta is the hamlet which best preserves the imprint of its rich medieval past. It stands on a headland on the Dragone Valley. At its heart is a quiet square and it is bounded by the Church of the Annunciation (11th century). From here you can admire the Basilica of St.Eustachio, Ravello, Pogerola and the gorges of Atrani and Amalfi.
Everyday the fountain in the square offers refreshment to the mules whotravel back and forth along the ancient steps between Scala and Amalfi.
The square of Minuta during a break in filming. The relationship between cinema and the Amalfi Coast is a longstanding love affair.
The panorama between sea and mountain where you can enjoy the sunset from the ruins of the Basilicata (13th century). Considered one of the most beautiful in Southern Italy, it overlooks Monte Aureo and the village of Pontone.