Cetara is one of the towns that better preserves the typical features of the fishing village on the Amalfi Coast… a group of coloured houses surrounding the main church, the fishing boats floating in the port and the guard tower, built in the past to defend the village from pirates. Its origins go back to the Middle Ages and its history has always been related to the sea and fishing. In Cetara is possible to taste very particular fish dishes. The town is famous for the “Colatura di alici”, a sort of dressing made with anchovies extract, and for the finest tuna fish. To visit San Pietro’s church is a must in Cetara: there, you can appreciate the amazing dome covered in typical maiolica tiles, and also the guard tower that now is a museum of paintings from local artists.