Massa Lubrense is a Sorrento peninsula’s municipality known for the beauty of its landscapes and beaches. Due to its calmness and closeness to all the sites of interest in the area (Sorrento, Capri, Positano, Amalfi), it’s strategically ideal as a place to stay for everybody who wants to visit the Sorrento peninsula and the Amalfi coast.
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The Massa Lubrense municipality’s territory is touched by two gulfs, the Napoli and the Salerno one, and, in many panoramic places, it’s possible to enjoy breath-taking landscapes on both sides of the peninsula. Massa Lubrense is divided into many little villages (hamlets) each one with different charms and enchantments. One of these hamlets is the Termini one, placed on the peninsula’s extreme point and famous for the privileged view on the Capri island and for the access to many trekking paths such like the Ieranto bay and the punta campanella (the bell tip).
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Massa Lubrense: the nature and the beaches
The whole territory is a heaven full of history, traditions and naturalistic attractions. The green predominates the landscape and all around it’s possible to admire landscapes full of olive and citrus groves, brooms and the Mediterranean scrub.
The sea is always on the background of these landscapes and Massa Lubrense is known even for its many beaches and restaurants close to the sea where it’s always possible to find some good fresh fish.
The most known fishing villages in the area are the marina di Puolo, the marina delle Lobra and the marina del Cantone, which are really fishing villages where you’ll find fishermen’s boats and fishing nets that are perfectly mixed with the restaurants and the bathing beaches.
Besides the bathing beaches, it’s possible to visit uncontaminated beaches and coves, reching them by foot. Among these, the unmissable are the cala di mitigliano, the Ieranto bay, the sirene bay, the marciano bay, the recommone and the fiordo di Crapolla, where you’ll can even admire an ancient little church close to the sea.