What to see in Massa Lubrense
Sun, sea and tradition are the perfect cocktail for those who want a relaxing holiday. Massa Lubrense is the ideal destination, rich in history and flavors.
Touched by the sea for about 20 km by the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno, Massa Lubrense offers beaches and pristine bays on both sides.
The coast is protected by the institution of the Marine Protected Area of Punta Campanella and, from 2008 to today, Massa Lubrense has got every year the prestigious Bandiera Blu (=Blue Flag) award, thanks to its crystal clear waters.
Massa Lubrense is a natural oasis with lots of walking among ancient farmhouses, archaeological areas, towers, Mediterranean vegetation and breathtaking views.
More than 100 km of trails run through the whole territory, touching all its 18 hamlets and the most pristine places. All trails are marked and reported in special maps that you can download here or pick up at our office.
The 18 little hamlets – with their nature, history and architecture – make Massa Lubrense an interesting territory to be discovered, where time seems to have stopped.
Surrounded by greenery, the hamlets are linked both by roads and alleys and by internal paths, marked and easy to follow.
Typical products from Massa Lubrense are primarily oil and lemon. On the whole area you can see long stretches of olive and lemon groves, giving an intense scent to this country.
The festival of lemon takes place during the summer in Massa Centro, giving the opportunity to taste local products made from lemon.
Massa Lubrense has a strategic geographical position: between Capri, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, is the perfect starting point for those who want to visit the surrounding area.
Sorrento is only 5 km away; daily ferries to the islands and the Amalfi Coast; trains and buses to all destinations of interest.