After the Amalfi domination, Cetara was under the control of Erchie Abbey, and later of the Cava Abbey, that used the Cetara harbour for their trade in the Mediterranean. A tragic event, happened, during the XVI century, when Turkish pirates pillaged and destroyed Cetara.
Places to visit :.
The church of San Francesco, built in the XVII century. Its dome was painted by the Marco Benincasa.
The church of San Pietro, patron of Cetara.
Cetara is renouned for its tinned anchovy and tuna fish production.
They used a Roman traditional recipe, modified in the time, called "GARUM", delicious with pasta.