Maiori – Paths
The urban center with the longest coastline on the coast exerts a strong attraction on those who want to experience the area for its seaside component. The city was transformed after the disastrous floods of 1954, when the Reginna creek wreaked havoc with mudslides.
The houses were rebuilt and the stream was rearranged but the gardens dedicated to the cultivation of sfusato lemons that reached the sea or the sand dunes that framed the beach were unfortunately lost.
Today Maiori is the starting point for numerous visits both along the coast
and towards the hinterland being at the outlet of the natural pass towards the Nocerino countryside with the archaeological remains of Pompeii, Herculaneum, etc.