Massa Lubrense, the land of the myth of Ulysses and the Sirens and a meeting place of history, art, culture and traditions, offers nature trails through old farmsteads, lemon orchards, ancient olive groves and Mediterranean scrubland, set against a background of unrepeatable views.
It is located at the point where the Sorrento Peninsula meets the Amalfi Coast. Massa Lubrense is a place where history, art, culture and traditions unite.
The heart of the town is Largo Vescovado, a marvellous terrace looking down over the sea, where the 16th-century church of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the 17th century Bishop’s Palace are located.
Its traditional products are citrus fruit, hazelnuts, St. Agata’s apples, oil and dairy products.
Massa Lubrense still preserves its original urban plan, with the presence of old agricultural farmhouses.
From here you can view both Capri and the blue waters of the Gulf of Naples.