By Betsy Burlingame
Last updated on Feb 10, 2022
Expats, digital nomads and retirees talk about what it is really like living in Minturno, Italy. They offer advice about meeting people, cost of living, finding a home and more.
What do I need to know about living in Minturno?
When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Minturno, they said:
"It is a great spot to retire. Food, utilities and housing are cheap. The weather is great. I can't ask for more. Enjoy the history, culture and natural beauty of this diverse little slice of Italy,"
remarked another expat living in Minturno, Italy.
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Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Minturno accepting of differences?
Join our Italy forum to meet other people living in Minturno, Italy.
Help other expats and newcomers by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Minturno.
Healthcare in Italy
An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), Covid-19 entry requirements, vaccinations for Italy, prescription medication availability and more.
Moving to Minturno, Italy
Expats offer advice about everything you need to know before moving to Minturno: what to bring (and what to leave behind), how to find housing and more.
Expat Report: Moving to Minturno
An expat in Italy shares some thoughts about moving to Minturno, Italy, including how they gradually moved there and the costs associated with the transition. Also includes some ideas for what to bring to Italy with you, and what to leave at home.
Expat Report: Living in Minturno
An expat who retired in Minturno, Italy says the people there are the most welcoming, friendly and accepting group she has ever met. She appreciates the low cost of living, beautiful weather, history and culture of Minturno.