Conca dei Marini – History
In ancient times, Conca dei Marini was satellite centre of the biggest and richest Amalfi. It served the capital of the Dukedom from the economical point of view, having at its disposal a good group of boats for fishing or for trades also at long-range, and since it represented the arrival point of cut wood which arrived from Agerola woods. It shared its fate with Amalfi period of enfeoffment and then of the annexation to Italy Reign.
After a period of sharing administration with the near Furore, it became an independent municipality.
The village coast of arms contains an important reference to the role that it had during the angevin period, in fact there are three lilies of France, heraldic symbol of D’Angiò family.