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Myrtle liqueur: between history and production

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Myrtle liqueur is a digestive obtained from the maceration of ripe myrtle berries. It is popular in various areas of Italy, being the myrtle plant (Myrtus communis) typical of the Mediterranean maquis.

In Massa Lubrense, the plant is present along the slopes most exposed to the sun, where it grows from sea level up to an altitude of 500 meters above sea level. It is possible to find it, for example, on the sides of the path that leads to the Bay of Ieranto or along the Sentiero delle Sirenuse.

This digestive liquor is a tradition rooted in Massa Lubrense and is produced both in local homes and in specialized distilleries present in the area. It is loved not only for its unique flavor, but also for its historical connection to the culture and tradition of this region.

Homemade production often involves recipes passed down from generation to generation, while commercial distilleries prepare it on a larger scale, helping to spread its distinctive taste throughout the territory.

The myrtle plant

Scientifically called Myrtus communis, the myrtle plant belongs to the Myrtaceae family and has intense green leaves that give off pleasant smells. It is an evergreen shrub typical of the Mediterranean scrub, which prefers a mild climate. But it can also resist the frosts, if protected and sheltered from the bad weather.

Solitary and elegant, the flowers are simple and white in colour. According to phenology, the plant flourishes between the months of May and June and bears fruit around October and November for the harvest of its berries.

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Myrtle flower

The origins

Its origins are very ancient and shrouded in mystery. Traces of myrtle plant already appear in ancient Egyptian and Arab written documents. It is said that the ancient Egyptians decorated their cities with myrtle branches during the holidays, attributing to the plant a divine power capable of warding off evil spirits, catastrophes and diseases.

Furthermore, it was also the sacred plant of Aphrodite. In the myth, the plant protected Aphrodite’s virtues from the malicious gaze of satyrs. Therefore, it is considered a plant that represents love, fertility and eros and was used, in fact, as an aphrodisiac remedy or to adorn wedding banquets.

The Harvest

Harvest period begins in November, when the berries are maturing, and extends until January. According to the artisan myrtle producers, however, the best period for harvesting is the month of December, when the berries are neither too raw nor too cooked. The secret to understanding whether the berries can be harvested is revealed to us by the presence of the bloom. A substance produced by the fruits themselves on their surface which makes the myrtle berry an opaque blue color and which gives the fruit an intense and strong flavou

The myrtle picking takes place almost exclusively by hand. Although this type of harvesting affects speed, it is preferable due to its minimal impact on the plant and the ability to preserve all the characteristics of the berries intact.

Once picked, fresh berries must be immediately processed for the production of the liqueur.

Freshly picked myrtle berries

The recipe

Myrtle liqueur’s preparation is long but simple at the same time.

Ingredients (for 2 litres):

  • 1 l of water
  • 500 g myrtle berries
  • 500 g granulated sugar
  • 1 l of pure alcohol (90°)


Take the myrtle berries, wash them under running water and place them in a strainer to eliminate impurities. Leave a few small leaves if you want.

Once washed, leave to dry for 2 or 3 days on some clean cloths. At this point, place the myrtle berries together with the alcohol in a glass container with hermetic closure, essential for maintaining aromas and perfumes intact. Store the container in a dark, cool place for approximately 40-50 days.

After the resting time, drain the berries.Using a clean cloth, squeeze the berries gently to extract the juice.

In the meantime, boil the water on the stove and when it has almost reached boiling temperature, begin to slowly dissolve the sugar. Once the syrup composed of water and sugar has cooled completely, add the alcohol flavored with myrtle berries and mix the resulting liqueur with a wooden spoon. Using a strainer, filter the liqueur and then, using a funnel, transfer it into the glass bottles.

Before tasting the myrtle liqueur, it must rest in a cool place for at least a month. Then all that remains is to sip the excellent digestive with its typically Mediterranean aroma at room temperature.

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The typical sweets of Capri

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The island of Capri, known for its beautiful coastline, the faraglioni (stacks) and many attractions such as the Grotta Azzurra, is the land of Caprese cake.
There is a story that tells that this cake was born from the mistake of a baker who forgot to put the flour in the dough. The result was so surprising that it continued to be prepared only with almonds, sugar, butter and eggs, without flour and yeast. It is, therefore, a soft and fragrant sweet perfect for celiacs and lactose intolerant.

There are various versions: classic with bitter chocolate, lemon, almonds and limoncello or pistachio and white chocolate, as well as many others. It can be enjoyed at room temperature or warm and can be accompanied by whipped cream, ice cream or seasonal fruit.

Besides Caprese cake, ice cream is another symbol of the island.

Ice cream, one of the typical desserts of Capri pastry

Ice cream

In several bars or pastry shops you can find excellent ones, made with fresh and top-quality ingredients. Even the crunchy waffle is handmade and is often still served hot in the shape of a cone or cup.

You can also enjoy it in the “tulip” version, that is enriched with whipped cream and a ganache of melted chocolate. In addition, you can also find cups to customize with hazelnuts, colored confetti and creams, enjoying them just sitting at the tables of places that have made the history of the place.

Biscuits and dry pastries

Other sweets born in the shadow of the faraglioni (stacks) are the goats. These are fragrant and soft biscuits with almond and lemon paste that are prepared with only egg whites and are gluten-free. The original recipe is secret, but it is known to all that these cookies are made by combining almonds with two wonderful typical products: the local lemons and limoncello liqueur, which characterize this icon of tastiness.

Do not forget, then, the ricci capresi, made with pine nuts and chocolate in the double version “black” and “white”. Moreover there is the pistachio cannolo, dry pastry and biscuits. Moreover there is the brioche “with tuppo” with cream, graffe (staples) and Kranz, both with sultanas and chocolate chips.

The staples, an exquisite yeast cake typical of Neapolitan cuisine

It is clear the enormous richness of flavors and scents that the Neapolitan pastry offers in its island declination, which we invite you to enjoy, choosing what appeals to you in the places that have contributed to writing the culinary history of Capri.

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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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The recipe of the babà

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The babà is a very soft yeast cake, wet with rum and mushroom-shaped. It is a typical product of traditional Neapolitan pastry.

Originally it was a natural leavening cake from Poland and other Slavic countries, then it was perfected by French cooks before arriving in Naples. It is said that the recipe for rum babà in the typical modern mushroom form dates back to 1835 and is attributed to the famous pastry chef Nicolas Stohrer, who would have invented it on the occasion of the wedding of Maria Leszczyńska with the king of France Louis XV.

Another story tells that the king, known for his ugly character, had thrown the cake against a cupboard crushing a bottle of rum, which ended up soaking the cake and that his father-in-law tasted it and thought it was excellent.

The babà has fully entered the tradition of Neapolitan pastry both in the form of donut served with whipped cream, both smaller with custard and black cherry, or oblong mushroom-shaped of various sizes. It can be filled with cream and fruit salad, chantilly cream and strawberries, mascarpone and limoncello cream, hazelnut cream, citrus cream, with pistachio and fresh raspberries. Even were also made savory versions very tasty with meats and cheeses such as provolone, scamorza, Gruviera or pecorino.

Cream babà with berries

In short, there are endless reinterpretations of this timeless sweet symbol of Italian culinary culture, but especially Neapolitan. Below we propose the indications to replicate at home the traditional version.

Recipe of the babà

Ingredients for the babàs

  • 125 g flour
  • 50 g butter
  • 2 whole eggs (large)
  • 1 yolk
  • 15 g milk
  • 15 g sugar
  • 15 g brewer’s yeast
  • a pinch of salt

For the syrup:

  • 500 g water
  • 250 g sugar
  • 250 g rum
  • 1 lemon
  1. To start preparing babas with rum, briefly mix flour and yeast in the stand mixer with the hook, or by hand. Add milk, eggs and yolk, previously mixed and work for a few minutes until smooth. To avoid lumps, add the egg and milk mixture while the mixer is running or, if you are working by hand, keep mixing. Add sugar and mix. Finally add salt and butter, softened at room temperature. The dough should be soft, almost liquid.
  2. Then put the dough in a sac à poche. Pour it, then, into the molds, and fill up to about 1 cm from the edge. Leave to rise for about 30 minutes at 30 ºC in the oven. Turn off the light.
  3. Bake at 180 ºC in a ventilated oven preheated for about 13 minutes. The babas will be ready when they can be easily removed from the mould. You can cut the bottom of a babà and check the alveolature of the dough. Unmold and let cool very well.

The syrup

  1. To prepare the cake syrup: in a saucepan heat water, sugar and lemon peel. Boil it and then filter. Add rum. Put the syrup in a bowl and, when it is still warm, completely immerse the babas for a few moments. Drain on a cake rack.
  2. Put them in the fridge for 1 hour before serving to enjoy them. Rum babas, before being wet, can be stored in the refrigerator for about a week or in the freezer, until the evening before use, tightly closed in a food bag.

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The lemon tasting itinerary of the Limoni in festa 2023

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On 8 and 9 July in Massa Lubrense, on the occasion of the Limoni in Festa 2023, it will be held an interesting tasting itinerary with a lemon menu to taste in the streets of Massa Centro.

Poster of the Limoni in festa 2023 in Massa Lubrense, where there will be shows, walks and the lemon tasting itinerary

To participate in the tasting itinerary you can buy tickets in a stand located opposite the headquarters of the Pro Loco in Massa Lubrense. The ticket costs 15 euros and can be used on both days, Saturday 8 July and Sunday 9 July. Tickets sales will start at 18:30 and will end at 22:00 and they can be used from 19:00 to 22:30.

The tickets will consist of 11 detachable coupons, each coupon for a different tasting. To receive the corresponding tasting, you will need to go to the shops indicated along the tasting itinerary.

How the tasting itinerary takes place

The tasting itinerary takes place in this way:

  • Restaurant Il Cantuccio – lemon caciottina;
  • Grace Kitchen Bar – lemon arancini;
  • La Terra delle Sirene – glass of wine;
  • La Terra delle Sirene – lemon cheese;
  • Butcher Aniello Bread – lemon balls;
  • Restaurant La Primavera – lemon risotto;
  • Pizzeria Pulecenella – lemon pizza;
  • Sport Bar – limoncello;
  • Millevoglie Bar – delizia al limone;
  • Di Sarno Bar – lemon ice cream;
  • Ladies Bar – lemon granita.
The delizia al limone in the lemon tasting itinerary

Participating in the tasting itinerary with the lemon menu, you will have the opportunity to walk through the whole center of Massa. Along the way, you can see craft markets and local products and the town’s hotspots where the exhibitions are set up, becoming completely immersed in the festive atmosphere of the event.

The exhibitions in the streets of the city center will be:

  • Ceramics of the Castle: exhibition of ceramic works;
  • RecuperArte: solo exhibition of the artist Giovanni Parlato;
  • Palazzo Vespoli: “Craftsmanship is Art” by UniTre;
  • Boutique La Terra delle Sirene: special offer for the “Mermaidland tour”.
Ceramic works with lemon theme

This event is part of “Omaggio alla bellezza”, a series of summer events promoted by the municipal administration of Massa Lubrense.

The entertainment

Also there will be entertainment; both evenings will be enlivened by the performances of great artists like Foja, the Italian folk-rock band born in Naples that will perform in the concert “Miracoli e Rivoluzioni” on July 8 at 21.00, blending traditional Neapolitan sounds with contemporary influences and Paolo Caiazzo, the comedian who on July 9 at 21.00 will perform in the show “Eppure sorrido” in which he will propose hilarious sketches and monologues.

The artists of the Limoni in festa 2023, the group Foja and the comedian Paolo Caiazzo

For more information just look at the program of both evenings of an event that will satisfy not only the view with themed installations, the craft market and the typical products, but also the ears and the palate with an explosion of taste, local culture and tradition thanks to the lemon tasting itinerary.

In conclusion we wait for you in Massa Lubrense to celebrate together this citrus and its beneficial properties, its color and fragrance, that are part of the precious heritage of the Sorrento peninsula.

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It’s almost time for Limoni in Festa 2023

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Come and experience an explosion of taste and tradition at the Limoni in Festa in Massa Lubrense! This one-of-a-kind event awaits you for an unforgettable festival, dedicated to the king of citrus fruits: the lemon.

On 8 and 9 July, the streets of the picturesque town of Massa Lubrense will be filled with bright colors and heady scents. The local lemons, famous for their exceptional quality, will be the absolute protagonists of this festival.

Like every year, it will be a true paradise for lovers of food and handcrafted products. With the tasting itinerary you can taste lemon-based delicacies, from fresh appetizers to succulent desserts, up to refreshing drinks. There will be local specialities, enriched by the freshness and acidity of lemon, which will tickle every palate.

Limoni in festa 2023

In addition to the gastronomic aspect, the Limoni in Festa will also offer a feast for the eyes. It will be possible to admire wonderful themed installations, with the handicraft and typical products market that will transform the streets into a magical and fragrant world.

The atmosphere will be enlivened by music and entertainment for all ages. The Foja are a Neapolitan musical group that will perform in the “Miracoli e Rivoluzioni” concert in the first evening of the festival, Saturday 8 July. The band is known for its unique style, which blends traditional Neapolitan sounds with contemporary influences.

Sunday 9 July will be the turn of Paolo Caiazzo, an Italian comedian who will perform in the show “Eppure sorrido”. The actor is known for his ironic and satirical style of comedy, which tackles current affairs, politics and everyday life with sarcasm and humor.

The Lemon Festival in Massa Lubrense is an event not to be missed if you love authenticity, local culture and the intense flavor of lemons: an exciting experience that will stimulate all the senses.

We look forward to seeing you in Massa Lubrense to celebrate the great beauty of this extraordinary fruit!

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Limoncello cream recipe

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The territory of Massa Lubrense allows us to embark on a journey through the aromas and flavors of its land. In particular, those of its citrus fruits with an irresistible scent, from which countless delicacies can be drawn.

Limoncello cream, for example, is a thick and creamy liqueur very common in the Sorrento peninsula. It is an ideal end of meal, to be served frozen and enjoyed alone or in company. Some use limoncello cream as a garnish for cakes and tarts, to flavor desserts or as a wets for sponge cake and baba. Its preparation is not difficult, but requires quite a long time. However, the result repays the effort.

The flavor of limoncello cream recalls that of limoncello, the classic liqueur made from the alcohol infusion of lemon peel. The lemon of Massa Lubrense, known as “femminiello”, is different from the one of Amalfi for its particular skin, more subtle and aromatic. In short, impossible not to recommend for the production of our limoncello cream.

How to prepare limoncello cream

To get an excellent limoncello cream, make sure, therefore, to pay attention to the lemon peel that you will use. In fact, regardless of their origin, it is preferable that they are biological and untreated. 

Ingredients – dose for 1,5 liters

8(untreated) Lemons
500 mlPure alcohol at 95°
½ lFull-cream milk
800 gSugar
½ lFresh cream
1Vanilla bean

Here’s how to prepare our limoncello cream in 4 steps:

Crema di limoncello
  1. Wash the lemons with the help of a sponge and cut the peel avoiding the white part. Pour the pure alcohol in an airtight jar, then add the lemon peels and let them macerate there for at least 10 days. Put the jar in a cool place remembering to shake it every day.
  2. After doing this, pour the milk and cream into a pan and bring to a boil adding next the vanilla bean.
  3. After turning off and letting it cool add the sugar and stir it until it will dissolve completely. Once the cream has cooled completely, let’s remove the vanilla bean and proceed to pour the alcohol of our jar filtering it with a gauze or a strainer.
  4. Mix it well, pour the liquid into glass bottles and keep it in a freezer for about 20 days. After this, our cream will be ready to be served with a dessert or to be enjoyed in good company as a simple digestive.


Limoncello cream can be stored in the freezer for one year. Cream and milk liqueurs (liqueur creams) are easily altered, so it is better to keep them in the refrigerator and consume them within 12 months of their production.


Shake it well before serving. If the cream is too thick, leave it for 10-15 minutes outside the freezer before consuming it. To make your limoncello cream less alcoholic, reduce the dose of alcohol: about 350ml instead of ½ liter, remains an excellent solution.

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Festivals: an opportunity to get to know the area

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written by Claudia Fontana

Festivals are popular local celebrations that generally arise from a religious festivity, often to commemorate a saint. They are generally animated by music, fun activities and excellent cuisine. In Massa Lubrense there are several festivals throughout the year: here you can taste the best products of our land.

Zucchini Festival

It takes place on the second Sunday of July in the village of Acquara to celebrate the patron saint St. Vito. The day of St. Vito is actually celebrated on June 15th, but it is customary to carry out the festival in July. The most important moment is certainly the procession that passes through the whole village. Among the delicious foods that you can eat, there are many zucchini-based dishes such as the famous parmigiana and spaghetti alla Nerano.

Lemon Festival

Among the most famous festivals in the area there is certainly the lemon festival. It is held in July and is dedicated to one of the typical products of our land: lemon. You can taste various dishes and lemon-based specialties such as sorbet and risotto and you can also try the famous limoncello.

Snail Festival

Also very famous is the snail festival held on June 29th in Monticchio. The festival takes place on the occasion of the feast of St. Peter. There is, at first, a long procession followed by the Massa Lubrense music band. Then during the festival, in addition to pleasant musical performances and various activities for the youngest, you can taste the delicious snails.

Potato Festival

It takes place in the village of Termini to celebrate San Costanzo. It is held in July and usually lasts for a weekend. The main product is the potato, which is the basis of all dishes, from the starter to the dessert. Among the specialties are croquette, potato ravioli and Neapolitan staples.

Tomato festival

It takes place on the first Sunday of August in the village of Torca to celebrate the patron saint, St. Anna. As for the zucchini festival, also in this case the feast of the saint is actually on a different day, that is, July 26th. The tomato can be tasted in many traditional and non-traditional recipes, all accompanied by music and fun.

Fiordilatte Festival

On the occasion of the patronal feast of St. Salvatore, on August 6th, the Fiordilatte Festival is held in the village of Schiazzano. Fiordilatte is one of the typical cheeses of Massa Lubrense but you can also taste the famous provolone del monaco and a great variety of local dairy products.

Eggplant Festival

The festival is held on August 15th in the village of Marina della Lobra to celebrate the feast of the Madonna dell’Assunta. For the religious anniversary, a procession takes place by sea to the rock of Vervece. Afterwards, in the evening, you can enjoy various eggplant-based dishes, including the famous chocolate eggplants.

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Typical Easter dishes in Massa Lubrense

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written by Eleonora Aiello

Massa Lubrense is known not only for its cultural, historical and landscape resources, but also for its gastronomy. In particular, given the imminent arrival of Easter, we will go and see which are the main dishes of the Easter tradition in this area.

Salty “casatiello”

Casatiello, a name that derives from the Latin caseus (= cheese), is one of the savory dishes par excellence of the Easter holidays. Inside we can find a mix of cheeses, lard, cracklings and various cold cuts. All then garnished with unshelled hard-boiled eggs that are woven into the dough as a decoration.

Casatiello guarnito con cubetti di salame, prosciutto, mozzarella e uova sode.

Sweet “casatiello”

It is a recipe that is handed down from family to family, each with its own secrets and procedures.
Compared to the salty casatiello it has a much longer and more elaborate preparation. It has a leavening process that can last for days, thanks to the use of “criscito” which in the Neapolitan dialect is nothing more than the mother yeast, which allows it to be stored for many days without losing its soft consistency.


It is one of the oldest Easter desserts on the peninsula. Its origins date back to pagan cults, prepared to celebrate the arrival of spring. It is a shortcrust pastry pie with a filling made of ricotta, boiled wheat, eggs, spices and candied fruit. The pastry of the pastiera is crunchy, in contrast to its soft gold-colored filling which has a flavor and scent that vary according to the aromas used. The classic version involves the use of cinnamon and orange blossom water, but this does not prevent you from trying different aromas.

Roasted artichokes

They have always been considered the classic side dish of the Easter lunch. To prepare roasted artichokes, you need large, hairless, thornless artichokes with a long, straight stem. They are flavored with oil, garlic and parsley, and then cooked directly on the coals.

Carciofi arrostiti Piatti Pasqua

The handmade Easter egg

The choice of the Easter egg as a symbol of this holiday is linked to the fact that the egg is seen as a symbol of life. All the children are anxiously awaiting the arrival of this day in order to finally be able to break the chocolate eggs and unwrap the surprise. The eggs have been made to celebrate Easter since 1850 and are used only in Italy or in countries where there are large Italian communities.

Today, the Massa Lubrense pastry shops prepare artisan chocolate eggs of all sizes and for all tastes. A gift appreciated not only by children!

Handmade Easter dove cake

It was Dino Villani, advertising director of the Milanese company Motta, who, in the 1930s, invented a dessert similar to panettone, but intended for the Easter holidays. Since then, the Easter dove cake has spread to the tables of all Italians, and even far beyond the borders of Italy. The original dough, based on flour, butter, eggs, sugar and candied orange peel, with a rich almond glaze, has subsequently taken on different shapes and variations.

Piatti del menù di Pasqua

Easter menu with traditional dishes

For those who have no idea what to cook for Easter Sunday lunch, here is a menu to take inspiration from.

  • Appetizer: casatiello, various cold cuts, cheeses and vegetables;
  • First courses: lasagna or baked pasta;
  • Second courses: lamb in the oven or mixed grilled meats with potatoes or vegetables;
  • Desserts: pastiera and chocolate eggs.

These are the typical dishes of an Easter lunch in Massa Lubrense, but nothing prevents you from being able to create a personalized menu based on your preferences.

Buon appetito!

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Experiences in Massa Lubrense

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Massa Lubrense vanta un vasto repertorio di attività da svolgere, che spaziano dalla gastronomia all’attività fisica: esperienze imperdibili che renderanno il vostro soggiorno indimenticabile.

Tra le cose da fare a Massa Lubrense, c’è l’imbarazzo della scelta: le attività proposte sono numerose e si adattano a tutti i gusti e renderanno il vostro viaggio un’esperienza memorabile. In questo articolo vi proponiamo alcune delle attività di Massa Lubrense alle quali non potete assolutamente rinunciare!

1. Attività fisica: trekking e sport

Se le vostre passioni sono lo sport, l’attività fisica e il benessere, andare in vacanza a Massa Lubrense non vi fermerà dal mantenere una routine di esercizi regolari. Anche in viaggio è possibile cimentarsi in attività sportive, che giovano al corpo come alla mente: trekking, canoa, pilates e yoga sono le opzioni favorite. La nostra località promuove spesso eventi al fine di incentivare l’attività fisica e un corretto stile di vita, a beneficio di cittadini e turisti.

È quindi possibile tenersi in forma in vacanza? A Massa Lubrense non solo è possibile, ma è d’obbligo, soprattutto per avvicinarsi alla sua realtà naturale.

Per coloro che amano trascorrere il loro tempo a contatto con la natura, la nostra località mette a disposizione diverse possibilità escursionistiche. La rete sentieristica che attraversa tutto il territorio offre numerosi sentieri di trekking, in numerosi ambienti e con diverso grado di difficoltà. Il livello di preparazione e di equipaggiamento richiesto varia a seconda della difficoltà del percorso e del tempo che si prevede di trascorrere in natura. Si tratta di una profonda e rassicurante attività da svolgere in armonia col nostro territorio. Il “campo da gioco” del trekking non conosce confini, quindi approfittate di questo vantaggio, ma siate sicuri di rispettarlo allo stesso modo.

Esperienze a Massa Lubrense: trekking

2. Esplorare i dintorni: tour in barca

Avventurarsi alla scoperta dei dintorni rientra assolutamente nelle esperienze da fare a Massa Lubrense. In posizione strategica tra il golfo di Napoli e quello di Sorrento, Massa Lubrense è un punto di partenza ideale per accedere alla penisola sorrentina, alla costiera amalfitana e alla zona vesuviana.

Non perdetevi l’occasione di esplorare la zona circostante! Come? A Massa Lubrense potete scegliere tra diversi itinerari in barca: una valida opzione per entrare in contatto con la nostra realtà marittima. Barche veloci, sicure e confortevoli vi condurranno alla scoperta delle località più suggestive della Costiera Amalfitana e del Golfo di Napoli, inclusa l’incantevole isola di Capri.

Le peculiarità del territorio lubrense non hanno eguali, ma vale la pena spingersi oltre i suoi confini.

Esperienze a Massa Lubrense: tour in barca

3. Eventi e sagre: alla scoperta dei prodotti locali

Tra le attività da svolgere non può mancare la degustazione dei prodotti tipici. Il patrimonio naturale e culturale di Massa Lubrense si riflette soprattutto nella sua grande eredità culinaria. La località, che non rinuncia alla sua vocazione agricola, si distingue per il turismo gastronomico. Stiamo parlando di una vasta offerta culinaria, con pietanze di tutti i tipi e in grado di soddisfare qualsiasi tipo di palato. Qui di seguito vi indichiamo alcuni dei suoi prodotti:

  • limoni
  • limoncello
  • olio d’oliva
  • provolone del monaco

Quale modo migliore per assaporare i prodotti locali se non partecipare alle numerose sagre che si tengono abitualmente in paese? Massa Lubrense è infatti nota per lo svolgimento di sagre ed eventi caratteristici a cui si può facilmente accedere, scoprendo usi, costumi e tradizioni del nostro territorio. Per quanto le manifestazioni enogastronomiche abbiano un ruolo primario, non mancano eventi sportivi, religiosi e culturali. Partecipare attivamente agli eventi proposti contribuirà ad arricchire il vostro soggiorno, del quale conserverete un ricordo indelebile.

Esperienze a Massa Lubrense: prodotti locali

Abbiamo dunque motivo di affermare che il territorio lubrense offre a coloro che vivono o trascorrono qualche giorno di vacanza una serie di attività che ne valorizza la tradizione naturale come culturale. Dal momento che la natura di Massa Lubrense è variegata, è importante sottolineare quegli aspetti che, nel complesso, ne fanno una destinazione per esperienze indimenticabili.