Pastificio dei Campi - Bucatini di Gragnano


The hilltop town of Gragnano may not boast sweeping views like its neighbors on the Amalfi Coast but it has a noteworthy legacy of its own: it’s the birthplace of dried pasta. While Northern Italy is famous for fresh pasta like tortellini and tagliatelle, Southern Italy is the unrivaled champion of dried pasta, including penne, spaghetti and maccheroni. And thanks to its strategic position in the Gulf of Naples, Gragnano is at the epicenter of its production.