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The charm of Torca and its hidden treasures

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Torca is a fraction of the municipality of Massa Lubrense, located on the southern side of the Sorrento peninsula.

The marina of Torca, Crapolla, probably hosted a Greek temple dedicated to Apollo in ancient times. The etymological origin of the name “Torca” could therefore derive from the “Theorica” ​​street. Indeed, they were frequented by long processions called “Theoriae” directed towards the aforementioned temple

According to the tradition, it is believed that Saint Pietro landed in Crapolla during his journey to Rome. Subsequently, the Abbey of San Pietro was built on the presumed site of the temple of Apollo, a monastery affiliated to the order of Black Benedictine friars. The original structure of the abbey included three naves with columns made of marble and granite, frescoes narrating the Stories of the Holy Scriptures and floors decorated with mosaics.

The Chapel of San Pietro now stands on the area of ​​his remains. It can be reached via the path that leads from the small square of Torca to the fjord. Made with the same stones used to build the original abbey, the chapel represents a tangible link with the past.

The trails that pass through Torca

In Torca the roadway ends, leaving space for a network of paths that wind through landscapes that are breathtaking for their natural and wild beauty.


The Crapolla fjord is among the most evocative natural coves of the Sorrento Peninsula. Accessible exclusively on foot, via a well-marked path, the route from Torca is characterized by a notable difference in altitude of around 350 meters and a long staircase of around 700 steps. This makes the walk along the mountainside demanding, but a rewarding challenge. The experience becomes immersive as you enter environments characterized by still uncontaminated nature, enriched by a significant archaeological heritage and panoramas that will lasts as indelible in the memory.

Sirenuse Trail

Immersed between sky and sea, the Sirenuse Trail is linked to the Greek myth of the sirens. Its name is a tribute to the three islets now known as Li Galli. From these, according to legend, the sirens attempted to enchant Ulysses with their seductive song.

Extending for approximately 9 km, the trail passes through the picturesque village of Torca. The suggestive atmosphere is enriched by the lush vegetation. The breathtaking views open onto the sea of ​​the Amalfi Coast, the islets of Li Galli, the stacks of Capri and the rock of Vetara, making the entire experience unforgettable.

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Among sirens and sunsets: in the heart of Termini

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The village of Termini, with a fascinating past, goes from being a Greek colony to a tourist destination.

Today it is one of the most popular destinations for travelers looking for a relaxing holiday, among enchanting places that can be explored especially via hiking itineraries.

Termini constitutes the western end of the Sorrento peninsula, a thin strip of mountainous land that juts westward into the sea. This place is steeped in myths and legends linked to the sea and the mountains, with cultivated terraces, citrus groves and olive groves overlooking the splendid blue. The wild cliffs fall into the sea animated by the currents that intertwine at Punta Campanella, right in front of the island of Capri.

The Church of Santa Croce

An example of a place of worship in Termini is the Church of Santa Croce. It that dates back to ancient times, testifying to the religious history of the area. This church, dedicated to the Holy Cross, stands soberly in the village square and represents an important spiritual point of reference for the local community.

Monte San Costanzo in Termini

Just before the limestone peninsula plunges into the blue waters, stands Monte San Costanzo, the highest peak in Massa Lubrense. The hill rises approximately 500 meters above sea level and boasts absolutely breathtaking landscapes on each side: on the Bay of Ieranto, on the cove of Mitigliano, on the gulf of Naples and that of Salerno, and on the island of Capri.

The path that leads to Monte San Costanzo starts right in the heart of Termini, in Piazza Santa Croce. It is also part of the longer Athena Trail.

On the highest point of the promontory stands the Chapel of San Costanzo. It is a small church dating back to the second half of the 16th century which gives to the surrounding area an almost mystical atmosphere. For most of the time the church is closed to the public, but every year on May 14 hundreds of faithful gather for the procession towards Monte San Costanzo, where the Holy Mass is celebrated in honor of the Saint.

Cappella di San Costanzo a Termini
La Cappella di San Costanzo

Punta Campanella

Punta Campanella is the end of the peninsula, facing Capri and dividing the Gulf of Naples from that of Salerno. It can be reached on foot via a path of about three kilometers that starts from the Termini square. Along the way it is possible to see elements that tell stories of past eras, such as the remains of a Roman villa and two of the defensive watchtowers that stand along the Lubrense coast.

Veduta da Termini

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5 useful apps for traveling peacefully

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To better plan and enjoy a trip, here are the 5 best useful apps for traveling peacefully.
The smartphone in our times has certainly become an indispensable part of daily life, whether it is work or a holiday. Therefore, downloading apps that could make the travel experience simpler and more pleasant is necessary in order to reduce the risk of unpleasant surprises. It doesn’t matter whether you are an experienced tourist or an occasional traveler. The apps proposed here have been designed in a simple and easy way to use.

Google Maps

Downloadable on both iPhone and Android, Google Maps is a free online mapping app developed by Google. It allows you to view maps of a large part of the Earth, making it easier discover new places. The app suggests the optimal routes to reach any destination. Thanks to the “traffic” function, the app is able to detect road traffic problems and indicate secondary routes. It is also possible to navigate offline, ensuring maximum efficiency even without an internet connection.

The services offered by Google maps are designed for all those who drive, walk, cycle or take public transport. Particularly useful for travelers to find out about accommodations, local attractions, dining options and other activities nearby. Finally, the display of maps in Street View mode is useful for identifying points of interest, reviews and images of places, museums and much more.

Google Translate

Google Translate available for both iPhone and Android, is a free multilingual machine translation app developed by Google. It’s a support service to prevent language barriers from hindering your trip.
It can also be used when you are offline.

Thanks to the artificial intelligence, the app in instant translation mode allows you to translate restaurant menus, road signs and much more in real time. You can type the contents of a handwritten text, or you can take a photo for a real-time translation. The app will scan the text and detect the most appropriate translation, offering also alternative translations.

Furthermore, with Google Translate it is also possible to set the “Conversation” mode. By clicking on the microphone icons, the app detects and translates the conversations it is listening to in turn. Therefore, this app is a powerful ally for holidays abroad.

Accommodation booking app

Among the useful apps, an application for booking the accommodation of your trip certainly cannot be missed. Trivago, Tripadvisor, Airbnb and Hotel.com are just some of the platforms you can rely on to book your accomodation. They are all free apps that allow you to book your accommodation according to your needs through the numerous filters offered. Depending on the destination chosen, they offer hotels, apartments, villas and much more to make your travel experience unforgettable.

In addition to accommodation, they also offer complementary services such as transfer services, car rental and on-site parking that can satisfy all your travel needs.

App utili per viaggiare

The Fork

The fork is a free app available for both iOS and Android, useful for quickly and easily making reservations at the best restaurants in the city. You can book 24 hours a day from a selection of restaurants perfect for any occasion.

Thanks to the search filters you will find the restaurant that best suits your needs, often with discounts of up to 50%. You can also earn loyalty points and get discounts in restaurants which take part to the loyalty program. In just a few clicks you can book your table and obtain immediate confirmation from the restaurateur.

Social media

Among the most useful apps, Social media, such as Instagram and Tik Tok, offer free platforms that allow you to experience your holidays in a social way, but also to discover the most beautiful places and the most popular activities in each location. Social media users, thanks to photos, reviews, and travel stories shared by their friends and influencers, can virtually explore places and get an immediate overview of tourist destinations. Furthermore, more and more tourism operators are choosing social media to promote city, sea or mountain destinations. This impact of social media has made the process of choosing a destination more visual and engaging.

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Autumn in Massa Lubrense

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Autumn is one of the best times to visit Massa Lubrense: the weather is still warm, the crowds are few and the prices are lower.

Massa Lubrense is chosen as a holiday destination all year round, with temperatures ranging from 10°C (50°F) to about 30° C (85°F). In autumn, temperatures are mild, making it even more pleasant to visit this area.

The largest number of visitors is registered in the summer months, so it is highly recommended to book at least two months in advance if you intend to spend your summer holidays here.

In less demanded months such as October and November, prices tend to drop, the weather is cooler and there are fewer tourists. Sunny days are the majority and the sea is still warm for swimming. Autumn travelers can experience an all-round vacation in Massa Lubrense with less traffic, good weather and fun cultural events.

Massa Lubrense in October

Average temperature: 22°C (71°F)

Average sea temperature: 23°C (73°F)

Temperatures are mild in October. The weather is perfect for exploring the historical and archaeological sites, visiting the towns and, of course, walking among the breathtaking natural beauties of Massa Lubrense.

The sea temperature is still warm in October, it is almost always sunny and the beaches are not crowded at all. Shops and businesses are all still open despite the lower turnout and, of course, great deals can be found this season.

Massa Lubrense in November

Average temperature: 18°C (64°F)

Average sea temperature: 20°C (68°F)

As winter approaches, temperatures begin to drop in November, but the climate remains mild. Massa Lubrense is still a pleasant tourist destination, but with some rain.

The month of November is perfect for visiting museums and archaeological sites, such as Pompeii and Herculaneum. Walking along the paths of Massa Lubrense is more pleasant with the cool and clear air allowing you to better appreciate the postcard views.

Prices are significantly lower in November, allowing you to spend less and maybe do more! Some businesses are closed, however, the absence of crowds and the reduced traffic make the streets and squares quieter, where you can savor the authenticity of life in Massa Lubrense.

Meteorological data sources:

Che tempo faceva a Massa Lubrense – Archivio Meteo Massa Lubrense » ILMETEO.it

Temperatura dell’acqua del mare a Massa Lubrense oggi | Italia (seatemperature.info)

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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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The M.A.R.E. project

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by Rosario Sisto

The territory of Massa Lubrense boasts countless natural wonders. Among these, the aquatic environment that surround its banks is especially important and it is safeguarded by the Marine Protected Area Punta Campanella. The M.AR.E. project was indeed started by the Marine Area with the aim of protecting the aquatic ecosystem of these territories.

This project aims to engage a number of young volunteers from all over the world in activities designed not only to help safeguard the local aquatic ecosystems, but also to help spread the knowledge of aquatic wonders and how keep them safe.

For this article we had the opportunity to interview one of this year’s volunteers: Pedro Ribeiro.

Let’s start with an introduction: what’s your name? How old are you? What country are you from?

My name is Pedro Ribeiro, I’m 26 and Portuguese. I was born in a small town in the inland of Portugal and I studied biology, including marine biology, at the University of Aveiro.

Tell us: how did you decide to take part in the M.A.R.E. project?

After getting my master degree last year, I looked for a job in Portugal, but I wasn’t able to find anything that suited me.

One day I discovered the M.A.R.E. project on Facebook and decided to take part in it. Above all, I wish to bring the knowledge I have gained through the project with me to Portugal.

Moreover, during my university studies I was unable to take part in an Erasmus project, so this experience allowed me to “fill that void”, in a sense.

Specific studies or preparations are required to participate in the M.A.R.E. project?

Actually, of the 10 volunteers currently participating in the project only 7 are experts in marine biology, while the other 3 have studied completely different subjects.

Despite this, as much as it may not be strictly necessary to possess specific knowledge to become a volunteer, it is still important for at least a part of the group to have studied marine biology, so as to support the others in the more demanding activities.

What are the main activities carried out by you volunteers?

project M.A.R.E.

During the first month we attend an Italian language course to facilitate communication.

The actual activities start during the summer, often with the assistance of other organizations.

The main activities take place in the Bay of Ieranto with the goal of protecting the biodiversity of the area, meaning its hundreds of aquatic species, both plant and animal. When boats happen to enter the bay – where it is not allowed to cruise or dock if your boat is engine-powered – we approach them by canoe to explain to the people aboard the park regulations and its goals, and so we invite them to go elsewhere.

At the same time we put effort into teaching people the importance of protecting this ecosystem, and we often organize kayak guided tours and snorkeling. In this way people can personally immerse themselves in the aquatic wonders of the territory and get to know it better.

Volunteers are also involved in the protection of sea turtles: we follow their footprints in the sand along the beaches, searching for potential nests. Once we find one, we protect it to make sure that the eggs will be able to hatch safely. In the meantime, we take this opportunity to explain the details of the whole process to the people who are on the beach.

Are there any difficulties in protecting a foreign territory?

Personally not. Adapting to this cultural context was fairly easy for me since, in my experience, Italy and Portugal are not very different from a socio-cultural point of view.

How does collaboration between young people from different countries and cultures influence the activities?

M.A.R.E. project

Some of the M.A.R.E. project activities also aim to create strong bonds between us, in order to make us feel united despite our cultural differences.

Among the more interesting and memorable activities are the “cultural evenings”: each of us is given a whole evening during which we can tell the others about our country and our culture. The goal of these meetings is to make us all feel closer. We have organized many similar events: Spanish, Greek, Croatian, and many others.

For giving us so much of his time and so much information, we sincerely thank Pedro Ribeiro.

We hope to have aroused interest in those who have read this article. We invite you to visit the territories of the Punta Campanella Marine Protected Area, so that you can personally admire these wonders and fully understand the importance of safeguarding them!

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Marcialonga 2022

Marcialonga: the awaited event is back

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On December 26, 2022, the 42nd edition of the Marcialonga will be held in Massa Lubrense.

The Marcialonga is an amateur free paced race through the streets of Massa Lubrense, discovering the most evocative corners of the area. It is an event organized by the parish community on the occasion of Christmas, which attracts hundreds of participants every year.

More then a competition, it is actually a pleasant walk through the hamlets and natural beauties of the place. For the residents, taking part in it is a way to spend cheerful time in company, in the spirit of the holidays.

The first edition was held on December 26, 1978, involving the entire town. From then on the Marcialonga became a real recurrence. In 2019, 2508 people of all ages took part in it, breaking all records. In 2020 and last year, due to the covid-19 pandemic, the event could not take place.

How to participate

Like every year, the event begins on St. Stephen day at 2 p.m. You can register on the same day from 9 a.m. until 10 minutes before the start at the stands in Piazza Vescovado (Vescovado Square), where the start is also scheduled. The rules of participation will be specified at the time of registration by handing over the regulations.

The route

Three refreshment points are included, two along the way and one at the end. It is possible to taste typical Christmas sweets, such as roccocò, panettone or fried zeppole prepared by the organizers, as well as the inevitable sausage sandwich.

From the square, the walk continues towards Via Roma, Via Rivo a Casa, via IV Novembre and via Nastro d’Oro, before reaching the crossroads for Santa Maria, the first refreshment point. The walk resumes along via Caselle, via Annunziata, arriving at the square of Santa Maria, where a second stop is planned. The longest part of the route then begins from via Padre Rocco, following the rotabile Massa Turro, deviating for via Mortella, crossing via Rachione, G. Marconi square and viale Filangieri. The event ends in Piazza Vescovado, where there will be one last refreshment, usually based on brioche and hot chocolate, served by the staff.

The first 100 drawn numbers will receive prizes offered by the local commercial activities. At the end of the walk, celebrations for young and old will continue.

As in the last edition, the event will be completely plastic free: respecting the environment only biodegradable disposable material will be used.

  • Marcialonga 2019
  • Marcialonga, i dolci natalizi, 2019
  • Marcialonga 2019
  • Marcialonga 2011
  • Marcialonga 2014, partenza
  • Marcialonga 2019
  • Marcialonga 2018

Every year many people work behind the scenes, with passion and dedication, to provide moments of joy and lightheartedness. Among the organizers there are those who make the desserts or other gastronomic delights, those who take care of setting up the stands or taking the registrations, but many more are the activities that make the event a success, which would be impossible without everyone’s cooperation!

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Winter in Massa Lubrense

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Although winter is the least favourite season for tourists to visit seaside locations, low temperatures still allow you to enjoy the beauty of the area.

Massa Lubrense is chosen as a destination all year round, with temperatures that rarely drop below 10°C (50°F) degrees during the day. In the winter time, sunny days alternate with cloudy days, with possible rain and wind.

With the right clothes to face the low temperatures, avoiding rainy days, walking the trails remains one of the favourite activities.

Winter walks

If you’re going on vacation in Massa Lubrense in winter, there is no need to book in advance, the prices are for sure lower and the influx of tourists is at a minimum, so you can fully enjoy the area.

During the winter time, activities related to the maritime tourism close, only to reopen in spring. Bus services decrease due to the low tourist influx, favouring daytime rather then the evening timetables. More information can be found here.

Once the Christmas holidays are over, some cafés and restaurants close for holidays, usually for about a month between January and February.

Massa Lubrense in January

Average temperature: 10°C (50°F)

Average sea temperature: 15°C (59°F)

January days in Massa Lubrense are very short, with sunsets between 4:45 pm and 5:15 pm. Snow is a rare occurrence, very much appreciated by the inhabitants for its exceptionality. Rains are more frequent, but sunny days are not lacking.

In good weather, it is pleasant to walk through the streets and squares, where you can stop at pastry shops or restaurants to taste typical dishes. Massa Lubrense is famous for the production of olive oil, cheese, a large variety of products based on the local lemons, and much more.

At the beginning of January, the festive atmosphere of Christmas holidays is still in the air, so take the opportunity to taste the desserts of the festivities. This is also the best time for shopping, because the sales start in the second week of the month.

Massa Lubrense in February

Average temperature: 11°C (52°F)

Average sea temperature: 14°C (57°F)

In February the weather is still cold, but sunny days are not lacking. You can go for long walks on the beach, lose yourself in the evocatice scenery of the sea in winter, good for you mind and body.

It is possible to do religious tourism, visiting the many churches and chapels, or simply walk trhough the hamlets. You can certainly enjoy the landscape in the coldest season of the year, in abscence of crowds and traffic. Alternatively you can visit museum, archaeological sites such as Pompeii or Ercolano, in the surroundings of Massa Lubrense.

If the weather does not help, you can opt for an afternoon of shopping by choosing the local activities of handicrafts.

Massa Lubrense in March

Average temperature: 12°C (54°F)

Average sea temperature: 14°C (57°F)

In March the days get longer, with sunset between 5:50 pm and 7:25 pm, with the transistion to daylight saving time. Moving towards the end of the month, temperatures will rise by a couple of degrees on average.

Benefiting from more hours of sunshine, outdoor activities will certainly be more enjoyable. You can visit parks with children, such as the Parco delle Sirene in Massa Centro. While walking, you can stop at the most suggestive viewpoints, from which to observe the beauty of the area from above.

If you love the gastronomic products of the area, you can visit one of the many farms to discover the secrets of production.

So, despite the weather, there are still many activities to do!

Weather sources:

Che tempo faceva a Massa Lubrense – Archivio Meteo Massa Lubrense » ILMETEO.it

Temperatura dell’acqua del mare a Massa Lubrense oggi | Italia (seatemperature.info)

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Massa Lubrense: protagonist of cinema since the 1950s

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There are numerous film productions that have as their backdrop the breathtaking landscapes and the extraordinary beauties of Massa Lubrense. From Paolo Sorrentino to Pierce Brosnan, Massa Lubrense appears in the masterpieces of both national and international cinema.

In this article, you will find the best films shot in Massa Lubrense.

The Hand of God (2021)

Written and directed by director Paolo Sorrentino, nominated for an Oscar 2022 in the Best International Film section, and a Golden Globe 2022 for Best Foreign Film. The coast of Massa Lubrense and the protected marine area of Punta Campanella are the backdrop to the Schisa family’s holidays. In the opening scene, there is a tribute to Eduardo De Filippo, with the shot of the Isca islet which, for decades, was the home of the well-known Italian actor and playwright. The mayor of the municipality of Massa Lubrense himself invited the director Paolo Sorrentino to personally appreciate the natural beauties that this place has to offer.

Love Is All You Need (2012)

A film directed by Danish director Susanne Brier. Between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense the love story blossoms between Philip (Priece Brosnan), an English citizen living in Denmark and Ida, a Danish hairdresser. To bind the two protagonists is the imminent marriage of their respective children which forces them to leave for Italy and which sees the beginning of their love and the perfect city for romance in the Sorrento peninsula.

Ex 2: Still Friends? (2011)

A film directed and co-written by Carlo Vanzina. Sequel to “Ex” (2009) by Fausto Brizzi. Also in this film, there are scenes shot in Massa Lubrense, such as the village of Annunziata and the historic Villa Murat. Vincenzo Salemme, in the role of Antonio, is an ex-pharmacist who invites a group of ex-friends to his villa in the Sorrento peninsula. During the party, ties are found that, by now, were believed to have been lost. Some scenes are also shot in the square of the village of Annunziata, with Capri in the background.

Neapel sehen und erben: See Naples and Die (1988)

Directed by Marco Serafini, it is a German film with Massa Lubrense as its setting. The story begins in Germany and then continues, during the holidays, in Italy: landscapes of the Amalfi coast alternate with those in the seaside village of Marina della Lobra. The movie didn’t obtain a wide diffusion in Italian cinema, so today, in addition to the testimonies of the residents, it is possible to find only a few clips of the film that clearly show glimpses of the seaside village of Marina della Lobra.

Husban and Wife (1952)

The film is divided into two episodes, both directed and interpreted by Eduardo de Filippo. Much of his film was shot right in the village of Annunziata. De Filippo himself wanted the inhabitants of Massa Lubrense to act as extras. The film represents two episodes about married life: in the first episode, that of a poor man made immobile by paralysis and, in the second, that of Gennarino who, tired of his wife, his spinster sister, and a stupid son, invents a love story with a neighbor of his.

Village of Annunziata

Starting from the 1950s with Eduardo de Filippo, the relationship between Massa Lubrense and cinema is still maintained thanks to numerous national and international directors who, choose the beauties of Massa Lubrense as the film set for their movies.

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10 photos that will make you want to visit Massa Lubrense

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written by Serena Lobianco

Italy is among the countries that boast a great naturalistic heritage and it is not surprising that it is one of the most popular destinations for travelers. Undoubtedly, Massa Lubrense is one of its natural wonders there is, rich in coastal and hilly landscapes.

Precisely for this reason, we have selected 10 photos taken by the Instagram community that show one of the most beautiful Italian locations.

Congratulations to the photographers, professionals and amateurs, who inspired our selection!

Regardless of the view, the protagonist of Monte San Costanzo is certainly the white church, pictured here from above. Therefore, from the top of the hill you can admire a 360degree view of the Lattari Mountains and the gulfs of Naples and Salerno that embrace the coast.

Firstly from the top of Monte di San Costanzo, we overlook the Bay of Ieranto, an enchanting rocky inlet. Moreover if you take a look from a precise perspective, the bay forms the suggestive shape of a heart.


The Bay of Ieranto is a property protected by the FAI (Italian Environment Fund) and can be reached on foot by a marked path. Starting from Nerano, the journey takes about 40 minutes. Alternatively, the bay can be reached directly from the sea, but only by using a canoe.

This is a photo of Marina del Cantone taken from above. It shows the beauty of the crystalline sea of the Lubrense coast. In the background, you can see the gulf of Salerno, up to Punta Licosa.

In the image above, in the foreground, there is the Montalto Tower. This was completed in 1570 and placed in a strategic position to guard the coast. From the top of it you can admire the Bay of Ieranto and the Bay of Marina del Cantone.

This shot portrays the Recommone Bay. This small pebble beach can be reached on foot along a short path, departing from Marina del Cantone.

In the previous photo, there is a shot of Crapolla. It is a natural inlet, reachable by going down 700 steps.


Marina di Puolo is located at the very beginning of the town of Massa Lubrense, coming from Sorrento. In summer, some of the local restaurants have their tables directly on the beach, giving customers a unique experience.

In this photo we can see the Marciano bridge, it is fascinating because it’s one of the most panoramic points of Massa Lubrense. In particular, walking on it you can admire the island of Capri in the Gulf of Naples.

In conclusion, in this last photo, there is part of the Sirenuse path, which is a trekking path between Sant’Agata sui due Golfi and Colli di Fontanelle. It is called this way because during the walk you can see in the background the islets of Li Galli, also called Sirenuse.

These are just some of the many places to explore in Massa Lubrense. However, if you are interested in learning about new destinations, we recommend that you consult our blog or follow our Instagram page to discover them!