Torre del Capo di Conca
This tower, also known as Torre Saracena or Torre Bianca, is an old watchtower built in the XVI Century on a headland by the sea. Dipped into the Macchia Mediterranea wildlife, it was part of Costiera Amalfitana’s safety features.
Cappella della Madonna della neve
This chapel is a significant cult location according to the local inhabitants. Set into the rock near Marina di Conca beach, it is consecrated to the Madonna della Neve (Madonna of snow), patron of sailor men, yearly commemorated on 5th august by carrying the statue representing the saint on a boat and celebrating mass on the beach.
According to the legend, the high relief on the altar of the church, representing the Madonna with Baby Jesus, was found by Conca’s sailors on Costantinopoli’s beach after Ottoman plundering.
Chiesa di San Pancrazio
This church, mentioned for the first time on an official document written by the archbishop of Amalfi in 1370, enjoys an enchanting view of Positano and Capri’s Faraglioni. It seems that the wonderful olive tree grove all around it has been source of inspiration for the native poet Alfonso Gatto.