Massa Lubrense is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located about 25 km southeast of Naples. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 13,404 and an area of 19.7 km².
Restaurants in Massa Lubrense
4.5 based on 479 reviews
This was a true highlight from our trip to Italy. Beautiful little beach with turquoise and clear water. To get there, there is a 45 minutes hike. Efforts are paid-off by the magnificent view you get along the way and by swimming in the sea. Note: When we went, someone got a minor sting from a jellyfish.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
We took the Blue Train Tour on the day before we left. The tour is absolutely brilliant and lasted for a good three hours, great value at twenty euros each. We visited many places on the route and various sites to view the sea, Capri etc. We called at a Limoncello factory, tried mozzarella cheese and tasted different olive oils. Our 'driver' was very amusing and knowledgeable.
4 based on 223 reviews
A hidden gem. Great facilities. Probably quite exclusive in the Italian world so you get some people prancing around in heels and sarongs but just a lovely view and ideal area to swim. A pebble beach not sand but sun loungers provided as part of entry fee.
4 based on 383 reviews
We had driven to Maria del Cantone a couple of years ago while on a visit to the area - we really enjoyed it, so much less built up than other places on the Amalfi coast, but we remembered that parking was tight, the beach pebbly, and though there are free beach areas, the pebbles make it uncomfortable to spread a towel so the loungers are the best way to go - but cost some money.
So this year we were prepared. First, we stayed within walking distance. A bit uphill and down, but the water was crystal clear, and we had already planned for renting the chairs. Luckily, we had come down to dinner at a little hotel on the first day of our stay, got into a conversation with the owners, and they let us use theirs for free during the week! They only could not let us use them on the weekend, as they were fully booked and needed them for guests.
Second, we were armed and ready with beach sandals as really, it's so rough on the feet to go to the water barefoot.
This is a very family-oriented beach and it seemed most of the people there were Italian. Great people-watching and a charming ambiance - it isn't all 'beautiful people'.
The water was crystal clear all week, as was the weather - mid-June.
If you've seen the hot spots of the Amalfi coast and Sorrento, come here to slow down.
5 based on 43 reviews
Started from Termini (easy to find) long walk down to punta canpanella. Last bit is not doable by strollers or people with walking impairment. Returned hiking on another route straight uphill. Strenuous hike, well signed out, but only doable with proper footwear and solid physical condition. Rewarded with cooling winds and panoramic views over Capri and both sides of the peninsula.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Amazing little bay next to Massa Lubrense. A few tips for all visitors coming by car... do not trust the bartender guy at the top of the hill!! He suggest to leave the car at his small bar/restaurant, but it is a very long and hard walk from there. The 5 eurs for the parking down at the beach is absolutly worth! And also do not trust the roadsign which says no entrance
4 based on 107 reviews
we took an EAV bus to Massa Lubrense (runs form Sorrento) from our hotel which was nearby. We walked down the steep path and steps to Marina della Lobra. it is quite a steep walk down, and we passed olive trees with nets hanging under them, and lemon groves. I think it is possible to go here on at SITA bus.
Our first stop was Angelo's bar, we we had a cup of coffee, looking out over the marina. It is lovely. It is possible to take a boat trip from here, and fishing trips
However, we walked along the path alongside the sea. Here there are at least 3 'swimming pools'. Areas cordoned off by rocks with steps going down into the sea water. It is possible to hire deckchairs or sun loungers at at least one of the pools, where there is also a sun bathing area. i am a bit vague as to which one has these for hire, as I wasn't really taking much notice. Just enjoying the view over the sea, and wishing I had taken swimming things.
There are various bars and restaurants, and it is altogether a good place to visit. It is really peaceful, after the 'bustle' of Sorrento, and well worth a visit
5 based on 26 reviews
the family De Gregorio are cheesemakers from 3 generations, are very famous for the production of the Provolone del Monaco D.O.P., and for the local fior di latte, since the 2011 organize guided farmtours with subsequent tastings of the products: from the simple caciottina to the provolone del Monaco D.O.P.
We went on this great trip in April. It was a real blast! The people were so friendly and funny! The tour was a perfect mixture between facts, fun and trying different foods (and Limoncello). I can only recommend to do this tour to everyone....MoreGrazieeeee!!!!!
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