Since the fifteenth-century history, art and ceramic tradition still exist in Vietri sul Mare, a small fishing village at the entrance of the Amalfi Coast, a World Heritage Site since 1997. The Vietri culture is known around the world for the production of furnishing rigorously handmade tiles, that for their decors and colors, remember everyday life, rural and marine landscapes and animals, such as the "galletto" (cock) and the "ciucciariello" (donkey), become icons of the ancient ceramic tradition.