The Villa Comunale, adorned with exquisite Vietri ceramics, graces the end of Vietri’s historic center, perched majestically above the sea, in close proximity to the Ceramiche Solimene.
Much like Barcelona’s Park Güell, it is defined by its soft and sinuous lines. Within this corner of the city, the walls, walkways, fountains, and railings overlooking the sea are entirely bedecked with stunning Vietri ceramics.
Within the park, there’s also an amphitheater that hosts numerous events and concerts, such as Vietri in Scena, a concert series held in July. However, what truly sets this place apart is the breathtaking panoramic vista it offers, encompassing the entire Gulf of Salerno.