The Farmhouse holiday La Lobra in Massa Lubrenze, Sorrento Peninsula, is in an optimal point from where to start to visit all the tourist and cultural places. As in fact the Amalfi Coast is less than half an hour's drive away, Sorrento is just a few minutes away. The farm is nestled in the village of Marina della Lobra, on the sea and one of the most beautiful places in the world. Positano 23 km - Sorrento 9 km - Amalfi 38 km - Ravello 45 km - Pompeii 34 km - Naples 63 km - Caserta 80 km - Paestum 98 km - Herculaneum 46 km - Vesuvius 45 km - Capri 15 minutes - Ischia in one hour.
We are a few steps from the "Marina della Lobra" one of the most beautiful villages in the world and rich in history.
Nearby: Isle of Capri, An ancient legend says that Massa Lubrense in the past hosted the legendary Sirens who enchanted Ulysses with their song and for this reason, his first name was Sirenusion, the archipelago of the Gauls
the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the center of all the cultural and social activities of the city, and the monastery built on the desert hill, the "Monte San Costanzo", from which you can enjoy a wonderful panorama. The Jeranto Bay of
Punta Campanella protected marine park. The "Marina del Cantone", the "Conca del Sogno", a favorite place for VIPs.
Positano One of the most popular and famous tourist destinations in Italy, at the beginning of the
Amalfi Coast it is famous for its local artisan fashion, made of typical fabrics and original models sold in its characteristic shops. Beautiful and spectacular the historic
Roman Villa to visit absolutely. The village can be visited on foot to enjoy all the beauty of its alleys and small colored houses carved into the rock.
Amalfi is one of the four Maritime Republics and home of the legendary Flavio Gioia, disputed between
Positano and Amalfi and inventor of the "compass". In the center of
Amalfi stands the majestic Cathedral of the IX century, with the famous and scenographic facade, decorated with nineteenth-century gold colored mosaics. From
Amalfi it is very easy to visit another enchanting and famous tourist destination,
Ravello, with its villas "Rufolo" and "Cimbrone", famous all over the world.
The city of Caserta is known by all as the "Versailles of Naples" for its Royal Palace built by Charles of Bourbon in the eighteenth century. The Royal Palace, in fact, is considered one of the most sumptuous in the world, with its 1,200 rooms, rich in furnishings, frescoes, tapestries and works of art. Wonderful are the gardens surrounding the large 75-meter waterfall.
Pompeii is one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world, which attracts above all for the rediscovery of the ancient remains of the Roman Empire. The city was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD and only in the eighteenth century did the archaeological excavations begin, which gradually brought to light the splendors of past civilization, such as the fabulous villas full of frescoes or the majestic amphitheater.
Vesuvius is the symbol of Naples and is an active volcano. The imposing volcanic mountain overlooking the Gulf and the city from above can be reached up to an altitude of 1,000 m by bus. The visit then continues on foot with authorized alpine guides, up to the top of the crater
Naples is one of the oldest cities in Europe; it is a unique and special city, known all over the world for the warmth and joy of the people. All foreign dominations have left their mark on art, cuisine and monuments. A story that can be breathed above all in the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a treasure trove of incomparable beauty. Highly recommended to visit the
Catacombs of San Gennaro.
Herculaneum which according to legend was founded by Hercules is a jewel of Roman antiquity. It was built approximately between 80 and 70 BC. and was destroyed during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Unlike Pompeii, Herculaneum was not affected by lapilli and lava but was buried by mud, formed by water and lava, which solidified becoming soft tuff, thus managing to preserve many frescoes and objects that can be admired today. The city was discovered in 1709 and excavations have brought to light sumptuous villas, spas, theaters and even a villa that belonged to the stepfather of Julius Caesar, called Villa di Pisone. Much of the city is still buried and excavations are still ongoing.
Archaeological Area of Paestum, an ancient Greek city dating back to 2600 years ago. Walking through the suggestive archaeological site, full of temples and buildings, you will feel like reliving the history of Ancient Greece. Its museum is very interesting, full of finds.