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.
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.
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.
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.