Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi is an Italian village, the major hamlet (frazione) of the municipality of Massa Lubrense in the Province of Naples, Campania region. It is part of the Sorrentine Peninsula and its population is around 3,000.
Things to do in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
5 based on 1 reviews
We have visited Don Alfonso and stayed in the Beautifull suite for two nights. From the beginning until the end of our stay-nothing else but perfect. We met the whole family who is taking care for a beautifull house and excellent restaurant. We had an unforgetable dinner, tried the degustation menu and traditional menu and enjoyed every bit of it. They showed us their unique wine cellar with more than 28 000 bottles. Compliments to family and staff. Don Alfonso is certainly the place to visit before you die.
5 based on 356 reviews
Don Pedro is Family-run business is located in Sorrento, which every year hosts hundreds of couples; listening to their dreams, organizing their perfect day. We are here to take care of all the aspects of your Italian wedding, from the church or civil or symbolic service, the reception, photography, floral design, music and transport - and to find the most perfect town, Villa and Reception for the event.
Tony, Marcella and family are like the title says amazing - they were with me and my family every step to the way and they could not do enough for us - our wedding day was absolutely perfect and i cannot thank them enough. We had had so many traumas with our terrible hotel (Europa palace) that Tony and his family were just a breath of fresh air - if you are looking to book a wedding of big family get together these people are defiantly right for you. So many thanks Tony!! Yo9u ma sour day perfect. Thank you so much
4 based on 258 reviews
We visited this restaurant numerous times throughout our two week holiday at lunchtime. The pizzas were terrific as were the panini sandwiches all at reasonable prices. The price of drinks was also very reasonable.
The staff were very efficient and cheerful.
Would certainly recommend a visit.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Lo stuzzichino restaurant, run by the De Gregorio family, carries on the tradition of the Italian inn with great passion. Our warm hospitality, typical of this land, permeates the whole place. For a long time now, Lo Stuzzichino has been considered one of the top restaurants in the Land of Sirens with way of cooking that enhances the products and dishes of this wonderful land. Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi is a small village nestled in the Lattari hills, where residents proudly preserve local identity. The quality of Sorrentine art of cooking is here improved through a careful selection of products from local farmers and breeders. Our aim is to make guests feel at home as they experience an unforgettable encounter with our cousine and our traditions.
Our first night in Sorrento was a dream with dinner at Lo Stuzzichino.
We were guests at La Maison Minervetta (see separate review) and upon checkin we inquired about dinner options. They recommended several with a wide range of variety. It was already dark and not knowing the town at all, we took the easy option with a restaurant that sends a car to pick you up and also drives you back, for free!
It was an adventure and a true treat. The owner himself retrieved us. He was so happy to meet us, it was as if he knew us. A wonderful drive up the mountain and safe arrival at the lovely simple restaurant. The entire operation is family run, at the end of our meal, his wife drove us home. There were not a lot of diners, a mix of tourists like us and locals, but is is off season at this time of year, so not surprising.
The menu is filled with variety, but there were also many options for local fresh specials of the day. First we had clams with lemon/ricotta ravioli in an oil and garlic sauce. I cannot express how fresh the clams were, the ravioli were like little clouds, the sauce so delicate it was barely there. Grilled fish of the day, indescribably fresh perfection. Grilled artichokes so tender they melted in our mouths. We saved room for the legendary lemon cake -wow! Airy and just barely sweet with the citrus zest to finish off the meal. The wine list was huge with options from many countries, we chose a simple and refreshing Vermentino that was well priced. The complimentary Limoncellos with dessert sealed the deal, we will return again at least once before leaving Sorrento.
4.5 based on 325 reviews
Kilometer zero Restaurant The definition of KM zero is using and consuming food from the area of production Our farmhouse restaurant has always had this philosophy, that is, what is produced in our region (an area famous for wine and food ) becomes the foundation of our menu . By respecting the seasonality of our products we can ensure the freshness and quality of our ingredients . We put effort into promoting the local produce that tells a story about our surrounding territory without ignoring the excellent products that Italy is so famous for.
We arrived with our group to lovely snacks and drinks. We were then taken to an area where we were taught and made our own pizzas, gnocchi and mozzarella cheese!!! Amazing! We were then treated to an awesome buffet after that. Lovely setting overlooking the sea ...a great evening!!1
5 based on 6 reviews
We're open from 1st April to 31st October. We accept only reservation by phone, thank you!
Nice dining option in a large marina restaurant with seafood fish and pastas. We had the prosciutto starter with mozzarella, the sea urchin pasta, shrimp marinara pasta, tuna pasta and Vesuvio vegetable pasta - all were good, no complaints, while they weren’t life changing experiences, nevertheless! With coffees it came out to about 35€ per person. On the expensive side for pasta, but it is Sorrento and a seafood spot. Good and cordial service, nice marina views.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
We were staying in a villa just outside Sant'Agata and passed this restaurant on the way into the town. We decided to have lunch one day, and were extremely pleased that we did. It was quiet, there were only a handful of other customers. The food was excellent - with olive oil from the olives in the garden, and wonderful home made limoncello to finish. Add to that a view to die for and all in all it was a really enjoyable lunch. Only problem was the walk back to the villa.....uphill all the way!!
4.5 based on 907 reviews
We were recommended this restaurant by our driver Guiseppe. So pleased that we booked and went for dinner on our last night on the Almalfi Coast. Food was amazing and servings were very large, even with 3 hungry boys...Bathroom upstairs was spotless and loved the tiles. A short walk from our hotel.
5 based on 896 reviews
KEBAB Ciampa the different kebab since 2001...Our pita bread , meat, and sauces are all homemade and prepared fresh daily..... the meat is not halal
Superb kebab plate in pleasant little cafe off side street. Food excellent and good prices. Chilli sauce very good. Good alternative if you have had too much Italian type food. Got busy when we were there in the evening. Can highly recommend
4.5 based on 548 reviews
The restaurant "Il Fienile" is located in Massa Lubrense, near Sant'Agata sui due golfi. Inaugurated in June 2012 after having restructured an old barn of family. Surrounded by nature and overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, is the perfect location for a dining experience full of healthy eating and relaxation. Fruits and vegetables directly from the garden, fresh fish of the sea and local meats cooked with wisdom and creative chef Luigi, also master of hand-made pasta and desserts. We also produce olive oil, wine and some digestive as blueberry, limoncello and finocchietto. Do not hesitate to satisfy special dietary requirements (vegetarian, celiac or any personal preference).
A fair trip to get there unless staying local and a very steep driveway however once you're there what an experience!
We arrived just before sunset to appreciate the views... glad we did as they were pretty special.
The welcome from this family run restaurant was the best we've received all trip. Dad and sons front of house Mum in the kitchen.
One son had worked in London for a few years and all their English was very good.
House wine made by Dad, try it, we thought it was a bit too 'yellow' for us and not light enough but it was delicious!
All the food was amazing and great care and love put into it.
Between us we had carpaccio of beef, seafood pasta, beef fillet, mussels in pepper sauce, clams, mixed grill.... everything was lovely.
As the other reviews say, if you're staying local they'll pick you up. If the driveway's a bit steep they'll park the car for you.
Make the effort, this is a top restaurant in more ways than one!
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