Santa Maria Maddalena is located at the heart of beautiful fishing village Atrani. Built in 1274 and facing the sea, it features a beautiful facade the only example of Rococo on the Amalfi Coast. A majolica dome and an elegant sixteenth-century bell tower. The interior of the church is divided into three naves separated by marble pillars. Numerous paintings and statues from the seventeenth-nineteenth century enrich the chapel.
Please note that to get married in a church on the Amalfi Coast, you must hold a civil ceremony. Symbolic ceremonies are not allowed.