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Discovering Massa Lubrense by scooter

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Massa Lubrense is a wonderful destination situated on the coast of the Sorrento peninsula, and is an ideal place to explore by scooter.

Motorcycle tourism is a constantly growing phenomenon. Visiting new places, from the hills, to the villages, to the beaches, is the new way of experiencing tourism in the saddle.

This transport option allows you to fully enjoy the natural beauty and spectacular landscapes that the area has to offer. With a scooter tour in Massa Lubrense, you can travel along panoramic roads, coast the sea and discover suggestive places such as Marina del Cantone and Monte San Costanzo.

The comforts of traveling on two wheels

Certainly, among the conveniences of traveling by scooter there is the direct contact with nature and with the landscapes that surround us. An adventure towards new destinations that allows you to avoid busy stretches of road and experience your holidays in a completely different way.

In fact, a scooter offers greater freedom of movement compared to public transport or organized tours. You can decide when and where to stop and what to visit.

Furthermore, in Massa Lubrense, parking for scooters is always free on the street, within special spaces delimited by white lines.

Of course, traveling by scooter comes with some challenges. Firstly, weather conditions can greatly affect your itinerary and could sometimes ruin your trip. Thus, “flexibility” becomes a crucial element during your adventure.

However, the opportunity to travel on two wheels allows you to discover new routes and places hidden from the usual itineraries, which will help to make the trip unforgettable.

Crossing the territory of Massa Lubrense by scooter allows you to immerse yourself in a more authentic way in the local culture and the surrounding environment, breathing the air and hearing the sounds of the place.

Rent a scooter in Massa Lubrense

Massa Lubrense in scooter

To rent a scooter in Massa Lubrense, you can follow these steps:

  1. Search for scooter rentals: Start by looking for rental agencies in Massa Lubrense. You can do this online using search engines or travel apps, or simply asking to your accommodation agents or local agencies for information.
  2. Choice of rental: Evaluate the options available based on the rates, the type of vehicle (for example, scooter or Vespa), the duration of the rental and the services offered.
  3. Verification of the requirements: Make sure you have the necessary documents. Typically, you will need a valid driver’s license, often also a credit card for the deposit.
  4. Booking: Book the scooter at the chosen rental company. Be sure to confirm your rental details, including the pick-up and return date and time.
  5. Check-in and instructions: At the time of withdrawal, the renter will provide you with the scooter, explain its functioning and may require a security deposit via credit card.
  6. Insurance: Ask if insurance is included in the rental. It is important to be covered in case of damage or accidents.
  7. Follow the traffic laws: Always obey road safety rules, wear a helmet and drive carefully.
  8. Exploration: Now you are ready to explore Massa Lubrense and its natural beauty by scooter. Be sure to plan your itinerary and stop to admire in the spectacular views.
  9. Return: When you have finished the rental period, return the scooter according to the previously agreed arrangements.

Make sure you read the terms and conditions of the rental carefully and ask for any clarification if you have any doubts. Renting a scooter is a fantastic way to explore this beautiful coastal region, but it’s important to do so in a safe and responsible way.

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What to do in Massa Lubrense when it rains

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The area of ​​Massa Lubrense is renowned above all for its enchanting landscapes and outdoor activities. But what to do in Massa Lubrense when it rains? Rain won’t stop your discovery of this beautiful destination! Even on rainy days, this location can offer fascinating opportunities.


Visiting a local farm could be a valid option to make pleasant a rainy day in the company of your own family. In the area of ​​Massa Lubrense, in fact, there are many agricultural companies which organize routes that allow you to taste typical local products such as the famous D.O.P. extra virgin olive oil. coming from the Sorrento Peninsula, or Sorrento Lemon I.G.P., oranges, mandarins and other vegetables.

Cosa fare a Massa Lubrense quando piove

Cooking courses

Among other activties, In Massa Lubrense there are schools that give lessons to learn the art of gastronomy. During the cooking lessons, the preparation of various typical dishes of the Mediterranean tradition – such as gnocchi, ravioli, pizza and much more – is taught. This could be a great and alternative way to spend a rainy afternoon, because the lessons will be held indoors.

Cosa fare a Massa Lubrense quando piove


If cooking is not for you or you simply don’t want to, a great option to spend a rainy day in Massa Lubrense you can also be enjoying a delicious meal in one of its cozy restaurants. Let yourself be tempted by local delicacies and live a memorable dining experience while the rain adds a welcoming touch to the atmosphere. Several restaurants will allow you to taste the typical flavors of Italian cuisine, ranging from traditional to gourmet recipes. The Mediterranean cuisine boasts the freshest land and sea products, to be paired with a good glass of local wine.

Unusual views

The territory of Massa Lubrense is characterized by the presence of breathtaking landscapes. During rainy days, the beauty of the area transforms itself into a fascinating and evocative vision. Being sheltered from rain and admiring the intricate details of the coastal views and rolling green hills, can creates an iridescent dance of color and light, will give you the opportunity to live a truly unique and memorable experience. The panoramic points, the covered terraces and even the panoramic windows of the premises can offer a suggestive and romantic perspective on the natural splendor of Massa Lubrense, even when the sky is cloudy and the ground wet. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the intimate beauty of this place, enriched by the rain which accentuates its charm.


There are no museums in Massa Lubrense, but the archaeological finds found in our territory are preserved at the Georges Vallet Archaeological Museum in Villa Fondi, Piano di Sorrento.

Even in Sorrento there are several museums you can visit on a rainy day.

The Tarsialignea Museum (MUTA) is a museum dedicated to the art of Sorrento marquetry. Its rooms host exhibitions of various wooden objects made by nineteenth-century Sorrento’s inlayers.

The headquarters of the Correale Museum of Sorrento is an eighteenth-century villa. Inside there are paintings typical of 16th century Neapolitan mannerism and paintings made by numerous artists who were part of the “Posillipo School”. There are also examples of Sorrento’s inlay, historic furnishings and prestigious porcelain that date back to the 18th century.

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How to visit Pompeii from Massa Lubrense

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Pompeii is an interesting archaeological site that attracts tourists from all over the world. Its history is linked to the tragic eruption of Vesuvius, occurred in 79 AD. The lava and ash buried this rich Roman city together with other urban areas such as Herculaneum, Oplontis and Stabiae. The excavations allow you to visit some public buildings, the ancient patrician villas as well as the shops, the taverns, the public housing, the brothels and much more. Furthermore, the city merges all that remains of the ancient Roman-pagan world with the Christian spirituality, witnessed by the Sanctuary dedicated to the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompeii.

How to get to Pompeii from Massa Lubrense

There are several solutions to visit the site of Pompeii from Massa Lubrense:

By train

The railway line begins in Sorrento. All buses that go from Massa Lubrense to Sorrento reach the Circumvesuviana train station.

From here, just take the Circumvesuviana train Sorrento-Naples and in about twenty minutes you will be arrived at the Pompei – Villa dei Misteri stop. The “Porta Marina Superiore” entrance is located opposite to the Circumvesuviana entrance. If you continue for a few meters you can also get in from the “Porta Marina Inferiore” entrance in Piazza Esedra.

By car

Another way to easily reach the Pompeii excavations from Massa Lubrense is by car, taking the A3 Napoli-Salerno motorway (taking Pompei Ovest motorway exit). Close to the entrances of the archaeological site, there are many parking possibilities in large and specially equipped areas.

With the convenience of a car at your disposal, you can enjoy full autonomy and choose how to continue your day discovering new wonders of this vibrant city. After visiting the excavations of Pompeii, you have the opportunity to extend your trip with a visit to the imposing Vesuvius, the famous volcano which preserves a thousand-year of history, or to one of the many wine cellars nearby.

With private drivers

The rental service with driver (NCC) offered by various companies can be another valid solution for visiting Pompeii from Massa Lubrense. This option is especially suitable for those who choose to travel with their family or a small group of friends. Simply contact one of the local companies and indicate the number of passengers, the date and time of departure.

Usually, companies offer daily excursions of 7 or 8 hours, in which it is possible to visit both Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius, or Pompeii and Herculaneum.

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5 Instagram profiles to follow on Massa Lubrense

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In questo articolo suggeriamo alcuni tra i profili Instagram più interessanti da seguire relativi a Massa Lubrense, nota per i luoghi meravigliosi e imperdibili che la contraddistinguono.

Il primo profilo è quello di AmpPuntaCampanella, in quanto presenta una gallery molto vasta di scenari suggestivi relativi alla mitica “terra delle sirene”, con alcuni tra i paesaggi subacquei tra i più belli del Mediterraneo.

All’interno del profilo viene evidenziata l’assoluta necessità di tutelare quest’Area Marina così ricca di biodiversità, infatti l’Amp porta avanti una serie di progetti mirati alla salvaguardia del mare, alla tutela delle specie protette come i delfini, alla sensibilizzazione dei pescatori, al monitoraggio delle tartarughe, dei cavallucci marini e della qualità delle acque.


Un altro profilo da tenere d’occhio è AboutSorrento, nel quale sono raccolte splendide immagini relative a Sorrento, Vico Equense e dintorni, con una cartella in evidenza dedicata a Massa Lubrense e molti post con i suoi scorci più belli, i cibi e le bevande più stuzzicanti, le spiagge più suggestive. Costituisce uno degli account più accattivanti anche per l’eccezionale qualità delle immagini e dei video proposti.


Per gli amanti delle passeggiate in bicicletta che desiderano condividere il proprio percorso con qualcuno, il profilo Instagram EnjoyBikeSorrento risulta molto utile da seguire. Si tratta di ciclisti esperti che si occupano di organizzare tour in bici da Sorrento a Massa Lubrense in modo da raggiungere, pedalando, gli angoli più incontaminati del territorio, lontani dal turismo di massa, vivendo un’esperienza unica circondati dai profumi e dai colori della natura.

Biagio | Sorrento

Il creator digitale Biagio, su Instagram nse_bg, raccoglie sul suo profilo molteplici reel e immagini delle meraviglie campane viste dall’alto. Sono particolarmente belli gli scorci della costiera Amalfitana, Capri, Punta Campanella, Positano, Sorrento e moltissimi altri luoghi catturati via drone all’alba, a notte fonda o durante il tramonto. Anche le musiche selezionate per accompagnare i video sono particolarmente piacevoli e sembrano caricare di poesia e romanticismo queste località da sogno.

Campania da vivere

L’ultimo profilo che vi proponiamo è CampaniaDaVivere, progetto di marketing turistico in Campania, una sorta di vetrina per dare visibilità alla regione Campania con i suoi luoghi, eventi, locali e gastronomia.

Nel profilo è presente un’intera cartella in evidenza su Massa Lubrense in cui vengono mostrati scorci di Torca, l’isolotto Isca, l’Abbazia di San Pietro, il Fiordo di Crapolla, l’arcipelago Li Galli, Marina del Cantone ed il borgo marinaro di Marina della Lobra. Anche la gallery è piena di tramonti meravigliosi, mare turchese e luoghi da sogno che meritano di essere visti da vicino.

Se avete in programma di farlo e necessitate di più informazioni su iniziative, feste, escursioni e moltissimo altro ancora, anche l’account della Pro Loco di Massa Lubrense vi sarà utilissimo.

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A day in Crapolla

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Crapolla è una località marina del paese di Torca, frazione di Massa Lubrense. Affaccia sul golfo di Salerno a poca distanza dalla rinomata Positano. Il fiordo si insinua nel Monte di Torca, dove sorgono una torre antisaracena e i resti dell’abbazia di San Pietro.

Il Fiordo di Crapolla a Massa Lubrense è certamente tra le più suggestive insenature della Penisola Sorrentina, un luogo che custodisce un ricco patrimonio storico e naturalistico.

Cosa fare in un giorno a Crapolla

Il fiordo di Crapolla è raggiungibile esclusivamente a piedi partendo dalla piazzetta di Torca. Gli autobus SITA che raggiungono questa frazione partono da Sorrento, alcuni passano da Massa Centro prima di raggiungere Sant’Agata sui due golfi, quindi Torca. Per chi arriva in auto, c’è possibilità di parcheggio nelle strisce blu, nella piazzetta accanto alla Chiesa di San Tommaso Apostolo.

Il sentiero può essere intrapreso anche da Sant’Agata sui due Golfi, che dista solo un chilometro da Torca. Il percorso è di difficoltà elevata, ma ben tracciato. Prima di intraprenderlo, assicuriamoci di avere con noi abbondante acqua, cibo, un cappellino e scarpe da trekking.

Dopo un primo tratto tra i vicoletti del centro abitato, il sentiero si innesta su una vecchia mulattiera circondata dalla flora mediterranea.

Sentiero di Crapolla

Arrivati sul belvedere noto come “La guardia”, vi è una diramazione (tracciata con la fascia bianco-rossa) che prevede un percorso di ben 700 gradini che conducono al fiordo.

Il panorama

Sul versante di Positano si avvista l’arcipelago de Li Galli, che si lega al mito di Ulisse e delle sirene.

C’è poi Vetara, isolotto disabitato. Dista poche centinaia di metri lo Scoglio Isca, in passato abitato da Eduardo de Filippo, scelto come location del film È stata la mano di Dio di Paolo Sorrentino, il quale mostra le meraviglie della Penisola Sorrentina e della Costiera Amalfitana in scene solari, luminose e a tratti comiche.

Sul versante opposto si ammira il profilo di Punta Penna che delimita l’incantevole baia di Marina del Cantone.

La cappella e la spiaggia

Per fare una pausa dall’impegnativa passeggiata, lungo il sentiero che porta al fiordo si può visitare la Cappella di San Pietro, che si racconta sia stata edificata con le stesse pietre con cui era stata costruita la precedente Abbazia di San Pietro. Secondo la leggenda, quest’ultima sorgeva a sua volta sulle rovine di un antico tempio dedicato al dio Apollo e questo spiegherebbe il toponimo Crapolla.

Oltrepassata la cappella di San Pietro si giunge, finalmente, alla spiaggia. La spiaggia di Crapolla, in ciottoli, è anch’essa parte della Riserva Marina Protetta di Punta Campanella e solo in alcune ore del giorno è esposta al sole, mentre per gran parte della giornata resta in ombra.  

La spiaggia di Crapolla

La strata di ritorno è la stessa dell’andata, per cui consigliamo di evitare di percorrerla nelle ora più calde, soprattutto nei mesi estivi.

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Hiking and the sea: paths to the beaches

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L’hiking è un’attività molto diffusa a Massa Lubrense e ci sono, in particolare, alcuni sentieri che vanno verso il mare, verso luoghi incantevoli e incontaminati. Parliamo di escursioni giornaliere che si svolgono su sentieri i cui itinerari non sono troppo complessi e richiedono un’attrezzatura minima.

Oltre 100 km di sentieri segnalati, paesaggi dai colori incredibili, calette nascoste e antiche viuzze tra i borghi sono alcuni dei motivi per cui Massa Lubrense è il luogo perfetto per passeggiare. La rete sentieristica gode di imperdibili e indimenticabili panorami sui due golfi di Napoli e Salerno.

Vediamo, quindi, quali sono i più bei sentieri che vanno verso il mare a Massa Lubrense.

Il fiordo di Crapolla

Il fiordo di Crapolla, una stretta e profonda spaccatura nella roccia che si insinua tra l’alta scogliera, da tenere in considerazione per svolgere hiking

È da non perdere il fiordo di Crapolla, un fiordo naturale che si trova a Torca, frazione di Massa Lubrense.

Si tratta di un’insenatura situata tra Recommone e Punta Taschiera che termina con una piccola, ma suggestiva, spiaggia in ciottoli, circondata da resti archeologici romani.

Fa parte dell’Area Marina Protetta di Punta Campanella e il mare è cristallino e incontaminato. Nei pressi della riva si può rimanere ammaliati da una flora e una fauna marina pregevolissima.

Per fare hiking in questa splendida zona di mare si consiglia di portare con sé cibo e abbondante acqua e di prediligere le ore meno calde, in quanto lungo il sentiero non ci sono molte zone d’ombra. In questo modo sarà possibile godere senza problemi dell’esperienza e del panorama mozzafiato.


Vi è poi l’insenatura di Recommone che si trova fra la Marina del Cantone e il Fiordo di Crapolla ed è caratterizzata da scogli, sassolini bianchi e ghiaia. È un luogo perfetto per godersi il sole e il mare in una cornice rocciosa, per cui si suggerisce di portare con sé ciabatte adatte a camminare sui ciottoli.

Si tratta di un posto incantevole che può essere raggiunto in barca o a piedi da Marina del Cantone. Il percorso attraversa il promontorio di Sant’Antonio, con incantevoli viste sul mare, poi il sentiero attraversa una boscaglia fino a fiancheggiare un muro di contenimento prima che si apra alla vista la costa di Recommone.

Baia di Ieranto

Baia di Ieranto

La Baia di Ieranto si colloca in un’insenatura della costiera sorrentina e fa parte dell’incantevole paradiso di Massa Lubrense. È la perla dell’Area Marina Protetta ed è raggiungibile solo a piedi o in canoa.

Qui il mare è tra i più cristallini e la Baia è stata interessata da diversi interventi che nel corso degli anni hanno ripristinato l’originale macchia mediterranea col suo rosmarino, il mirto, l’euforbia e il ginepro.

Oggi Ieranto è riconosciuta Sito di Interesse Comunitario, incluso nell’Area Marina Protetta di Punta Campanella ed è un luogo ideale per tutti coloro che apprezzano il contatto con la natura più incontaminata grazie all’abbondantissima biodiversità.

Suggeriamo caldamente di provare l’esperienza di percorrere a piedi questi meravigliosi sentieri, lo sforzo di raggiungerli verrà ripagato dai panorami straordinari che incanteranno la vostra vista.

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The shows of the Limoni in festa 2023

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To cheer the 47th edition of the now traditional Limoni in festa this year there will be the Neapolitan musical group Foja and the comedian Paolo Caiazzo.

At Largo Vescovado Saturday, July 8, in addition to the opening of the stands of typical specialties, local crafts and a tasting path whose protagonist is the lemon, to animate the night there will be Foja.

The Italian folk-rock band born in Naples will perform in the concert “Miracles and Revolutions”, their fourth album.

The collaborations and successes of the band

They collaborated with Clementino, Enzo Gragnaniello, Lorenzo Hengeller, Alejandro Romero, Davide Toffolo and Alessio Sollo.

Twelve years of music, three albums, live and performance of all kinds; we remember their famous review of “Yes I Know My Way” by Pino Daniele on the occasion of the award ceremony to the “God of Naples” Maradona.

Their music is made of tradition, rock and songwriting, aiming at language mergers and Latin sounds, but never forget the Neapolitan tradition.

So “Miracoli e Rivoluzioni” is a concert/show with two acts in which the Foja deal with issues related to the sentimental sphere and existential and social issues mixing tradition and musical modernity.

They have traveled around Italy for years treading prestigious stages always sold-out as that of the Royal Theatre of Saint Charles, the Arena Flegrea.

The group also performed in the courtyard of the Royal Palace of Capodimonte, the Royal Palace and Castel Sant’Elmo in Naples in front of an audience of over six thousand people.

They got the nomination for the best original song both to David di Donatello and Nastri d’Argento.

So do not miss their performance that will animate the evening of July 8 at 21.00 at the Limoni in festa in Massa Lubrense.

The Neapolitan folk-rock band Foja that will animate the evening of July 8 of the Limoni in festa

On July 9, instead, at 21.00 at the Limoni in festa will be the turn of the comedian Paolo Caiazzo, one of the leading comedians and author of the Rai 2 comedy show, Made in Sud.

The television and theatre successes of Paolo Caiazzo

Paolo conceived very well-known characters, for example the Japanese man ‘Ndò, Max Playstation and Tonino Cardamone.

Moreover he has been featured on television shows like Quelli che il calcio, Bulldozer, Zelig Off and Colorado Cafè Live.

He is author and performer of successful plays, including Benvenuti in casa Esposito, co-written with Pino Imperatore and Alessandro Siani. He also received the Massimo Troisi Lifetime Achievement Award.

With his pungent irony, brilliance and charisma, Caiazzo always manages to conquer the audience.

His immense talent and his ability to create unique and unforgettable characters made him an icon of contemporary comedy.

The comedian Paolo Caiazzo who will animate the evening of July 9 of the Limoni in festa 2023

On this occasion Paolo Caiazzo will perform the show “Eppure sorrido”.

It is characterized by sketches and monologues whose protagonists are the characters that the actor spread on the social networks during the lockdown.

So impossible not to take a look at the program and miss the performance of these great performers.

The wonderful settings, the craft market and the typical products that will inebriate the streets with their citrus scents.

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Spring walks in Massa Lubrense 2023

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For this spring, the Pro Loco Massa Lubrense is offering four guided tours in some of the most fascinating places in the area.

Four Sundays between May and June to travel and discover Massa Lubrense: we do it on foot and with total respect for the places, to get to know them better and touch their essence. Paths and routes, sometimes even off the beaten track, are in fact real mines of treasures of history, traditions and nature.

Here is the program of the Spring Walks:

Sunday 14th May
Sirenuse trail
Departure: 9 am from the square of Sant’Agata sui due golfi
Duration: about 4 hours

The Sirenuse Trail is a scenic circular route that allows you to cross the southern slope of the Sorrento Peninsula enjoying enchanting views: from the Amalfi Coast to the Faraglioni of Capri.

Sunday 28th May
Ieranto Bay

Departure: 9:00 from the square of Nerano
Duration: about 4 hours

The Bay of Ieranto is a rocky inlet between Punta Campanella and Punta Penna. It is the pearl of the Punta Campanella Marine Protected Area and can only be reached on foot or by canoe.

Sunday 11th June
Punta Campanella

Departure: 9:00 from the square of Termini
Duration: about 4 hours

A pleasant excursion on foot is the only way to reach Punta Campanella, along a path of about an hour on the northern slope of the Promontorium Minervae, which separates the Gulf of Naples from the Gulf of Salerno.

Domenica 11 giugno
Crapolla Cove

Departure: 9:00 from the square of Sant’Agata sui due golfi
Duration: about 4 hours

The Crapolla Cove is one of the most evocative inlets on the coast of Massa Lubrense: in addition to being of great naturalistic interest, it preserves visible traces of a past rich in history.


Pro Loco Massa Lubrense
081 5339021 (every day 9:30-13:00)
+393510862663 (WhatsApp)
Suitable clothing is recommended. Participation under your own responsibility.

The cycle of Spring Walks is part of the Omaggio alla bellezza review, and is organized by the Pro Loco Massa Lubrense with the contribution of the Tourism and Events Department of the Municipality of Massa Lubrense.

The Spring Walks in Massa Lubrense programme

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Massa Lubrense turns blue

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The Napoli football team is champion of Italy: all of Massa Lubrense turns blue to celebrate.

Great emotion and happiness for the Napoli fans who celebrated the third championship in the team’s history.

In every square and in every street, flags have sprung up from the windows, blue ribbons that go from one balcony to another, banners on the facades of the buildings.

The life-size silhouettes of the players were installed in the gardens of Massa Centro. There is also Spalletti and, of course, Maradona.

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The hidden beaches of Massa Lubrense

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The Sorrento coast with its beautiful beaches and crystal clear seas is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Italy. Some of these beaches, however, especially in the territory of Massa Lubrense, remain a jewel admired by few. These are isolated, poorly accessible or difficult to reach beaches that are able to give a dream experience. Let’s discover three of these secret and pristine beaches.

Fiordo di Crapolla

the hidden beaches of Massa Lubrense

Crapolla can be reached on foot from the hamlet of Torca, through a fascinating but challenging path where 700 stone steps lead to the beach. Every 50 steps there is a ceramic tile indicating the progressive numbering.

Along the path that leads to the inlet there is the small Chapel of Saint Peter, open to all visits, where every 29 June the faithful go on pilgrimage from Torca to celebrate Holy Mass. According to tradition, Saint Peter landed in Crapolla on his journey to Rome to Christianize the Sorrento Peninsula.

The small pebble beach is located in a narrow cove and is protected by a high cliff that keeps it in the shade for most of the day.

Baia di Ieranto

The Bay of Ieranto is located at the end of the Sorrento peninsula, just in front of the faraglioni of Capri. To reach it you start from Nerano, an ancient fishing village. The path is well signposted and starts near the village square. Its final part of the path consists of the “miners’ staircase”, used to reach the small beach overlooking Capri.

The route is quite tiring but the breathtaking view and the tranquility of the landscape, located in the middle of a protected area, repay the effort. During the hours of the day the beach is exposed to the sun without any shelter, so it is advisable to leave equipped. It is ideal for those who love to venture out and enjoy a day at sea, diving into one of the cleanest waters of the peninsula.

Cala di Mitigliano

Another of the hidden beaches of Massa Lubrense is the Cala di Mitigliano , a place of peace and calm characterized by its crystal clear waters. The beach, mainly in rock, is enclosed by high cliffs overlooking the sea. The path branches off from the one to Punta Campanella. It is a bit uncomfortable but not so strenuous, if faced with the right equipment.

The beach is sunny and the sound of waves hurling against the rock makes the atmosphere pleasant and relaxing.

Not only the beach but also the incredible view of the island of Capri are one of the reasons why everyone should visit the fantastic Cala di Mitigliano whose sea, when it is calm, gives the opportunity to snorkel and admire its underwater beauty. The landscape in which the cove is located and its path that runs through plants and shrubs typical of the Mediterranean maquis makes it one of the most beautiful beaches in the territory of Massa Lubrense together with the Bay of Ieranto.

Protected area of Punta Campanella

Among the municipalities to which the blue flag has been reconfirmed, the recognition of the FEE for 2022, there is Massa Lubrense, who got it for 15 consecutive years (2008-2022). This recognition is largely due to the hidden beaches of Massa Lubrense and the quality of their bathing waters. More generally, there is also talk of compliance with the criteria relating to sustainable land management, coastal belt maintenance and service efficiency.