La Masseria Farm Experience

La Masseria Farm Experience

La Masseria Farm Experience
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About
Family-run farm since 1898 recognized by EU with quality trademarks and experted producer of Sorrento's lemons and Extra virgin olive oil. This farm expecially promotes guided tours among lemon and olive groves with explanations of the farm's history, production, traditional farming techniques, visit of an old family museum, Oil mill and an ancient family Winery. Buffet tasting of own products such as fresh homemade lemonade, sliced lemons with sugar,citrus marmalades, honey and fragrant olive oil on homemade bread. Optional light Lunch/dinner with typical homemade Italian cooking based on the products growing in the farm and accompanied by a Wine Tasting. Then learn how to make the typical Limoncello of Sorrento with a demo/explanation on the traditional recipe and free sampling. You can even buy the products seen and tasted. It's an experience not to be missed! Reservation is required
Duration: 2-3 hours
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  • Caryn R
    8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Highly Recommended Farm Tour
    This was a wonderful family friendly or adults only farm tour. The farm was started in 1898, our host, the newest generation, was informative, humorous and multitalented (walked across the netting). Animal petting and feeding was encouraged, including of the cats and kittens running around. We received lessons on making wine and lemon cello. Two of our party are gluten free and they went out of their way to accommodate us for lunch and tastings of fresh marmalade, honey, and flavored olive oils.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 21, 2023
  • Kathleen D
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Holiday in sorrento
    My whole experience in sorrento was amazing, pompei was great lots of walking. We walked to harbour also amazing. Hotel Michealandelo was fantastic rooms cleaned daily staff all friendly. Food was delicious plenty on menu to choose from only thing I didn't enjoy was the coffee. The staff in the rooftop bar were very nice and friendly. It was nice to sit there of a night time. 3 nights there was entertainment on. Would I go again definitely
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written October 5, 2023
  • T6802IAkatec
    Jacksonville, Florida33 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Educational and delicious. Absolute perfect experience
    This farm tour and lunch was the absolute highlight of my Amalfi coast trip. It was not on our original plan, but due to scheduling changes we had a free day and decided to check this out, especially since it included lunch. We went in blind so I had no expectations at all, which made it extra fun. A mystery tourist activity. It is a family owned farm with the focus on lemons and olives. They grow a little of everything there though. The tour guide for us was one of the sons, Eugenio. He shared so much knowledge with the group and was very charming. He made everything interesting and was able to answer just about any question tossed his way. I now know so much more about olive oil and how to use it, and how to pick out the good stuff. The farm also has animals such as goats, chicken, cows, cats, and pigs, many of whom I got to pet, so that was an added bonus. And they make their own wine. Throughout the tour we got to smell many of the herbs they grow, as well as the lemons! I was able to pick a fig fresh from the tree. I've never had a better fig! While we toured the mother of the family was cooking lunch for the group - made from farm fresh ingredients! There were meats and cheeses, pasta, fried zucchini flowers, eggs (hard boiled with lemon olive oil drizzle), lemon tiramisu, and of course limoncello, lemonade, and wine - all made there! I'm sure there are foods I am missing but everything was heavenly. As a note - they do ask about food allergies and dietary restrictions so it sounds like they can accommodate for most things! I purchased olive oil (lemon and regular), lemon marmalade, and limoncello. And I'm already regretting not getting giant sizes off all (it wouldn't fit in my luggage). I could go on for pages and paragraphs about this place, but the best thing I can say is just go try it! I will make my way back any time I am in Italy. Worth the trip. They deserve a Michelin star for the lunch if you ask me. Nothing like an Italian Nonna cooking in her kitchen for you.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written November 21, 2023
  • Pamela A
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely farm Lemon & Olive tour!
    My daughter and I were here the 1st week of June. This family owned tour & dinner was one of the top if not THE top things we did in Italy. Rafella was our tour guide & one of the two sons working alongside their parents/family. He was so fun, knowledgeable and wanted to share the love of their farm and history of lemon and olive production. There was so much more on the tour to explore besides the lemon and olive trees. Their farm is truly Farm to Table! They produce everything on their farm including fruit, vegetables, grapes and have their own livestock. They even have bee hives! They produce their own wine from the grapes! After the tour we went into their home for a family style meal with others on our tour. We sat with 2 other couples during dinner- 1 couple from Chicago & another from Washington DC. We had such a wonderful meal with them. As a matter of fact, we had so much fun, the 6 of us continued our evening together for several more hours! This was a event we will never forget! Thank you for a special day!
    Visited June 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written June 23, 2024
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Pamela A
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Family
My daughter and I were here the 1st week of June. This family owned tour & dinner was one of the top if not THE top things we did in Italy. Rafella was our tour guide & one of the two sons working alongside their parents/family. He was so fun, knowledgeable and wanted to share the love of their farm and history of lemon and olive production. There was so much more on the tour to explore besides the lemon and olive trees. Their farm is truly Farm to Table! They produce everything on their farm including fruit, vegetables, grapes and have their own livestock. They even have bee hives! They produce their own wine from the grapes!
After the tour we went into their home for a family style meal with others on our tour. We sat with 2 other couples during dinner- 1 couple from Chicago & another from Washington DC. We had such a wonderful meal with them. As a matter of fact, we had so much fun, the 6 of us continued our evening together for several more hours!
This was a event we will never forget! Thank you for a special day!
Written June 23, 2024
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Caryn R
8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
This was a wonderful family friendly or adults only farm tour. The farm was started in 1898, our host, the newest generation, was informative, humorous and multitalented (walked across the netting). Animal petting and feeding was encouraged, including of the cats and kittens running around. We received lessons on making wine and lemon cello. Two of our party are gluten free and they went out of their way to accommodate us for lunch and tastings of fresh marmalade, honey, and flavored olive oils.
Written July 21, 2023
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Christine K
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Family
This tour far exceeded any expectations my family and I had. The family who owns the farm all work together to keep the entire production going. We were allowed access to the various components of the facility including the animals , vast quantities of vegetation, wine cellar , and of course the magnificent lemon trees. We were given fresh lemonade , homemade wine , various olive oils also made on premise, jams , honey , magnificent limoncello, and a delicious meal prepared by the mama. This family is purely delightful and the best afternoon in a beautiful slice of heaven. Do not miss this tour. Grazie alla familglia!
Written May 7, 2023
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T6802IAkatec
Jacksonville, FL33 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Friends
This farm tour and lunch was the absolute highlight of my Amalfi coast trip. It was not on our original plan, but due to scheduling changes we had a free day and decided to check this out, especially since it included lunch.

We went in blind so I had no expectations at all, which made it extra fun. A mystery tourist activity. It is a family owned farm with the focus on lemons and olives. They grow a little of everything there though. The tour guide for us was one of the sons, Eugenio. He shared so much knowledge with the group and was very charming. He made everything interesting and was able to answer just about any question tossed his way. I now know so much more about olive oil and how to use it, and how to pick out the good stuff. The farm also has animals such as goats, chicken, cows, cats, and pigs, many of whom I got to pet, so that was an added bonus. And they make their own wine.

Throughout the tour we got to smell many of the herbs they grow, as well as the lemons! I was able to pick a fig fresh from the tree. I've never had a better fig!

While we toured the mother of the family was cooking lunch for the group - made from farm fresh ingredients! There were meats and cheeses, pasta, fried zucchini flowers, eggs (hard boiled with lemon olive oil drizzle), lemon tiramisu, and of course limoncello, lemonade, and wine - all made there! I'm sure there are foods I am missing but everything was heavenly. As a note - they do ask about food allergies and dietary restrictions so it sounds like they can accommodate for most things!

I purchased olive oil (lemon and regular), lemon marmalade, and limoncello. And I'm already regretting not getting giant sizes off all (it wouldn't fit in my luggage).

I could go on for pages and paragraphs about this place, but the best thing I can say is just go try it! I will make my way back any time I am in Italy. Worth the trip. They deserve a Michelin star for the lunch if you ask me. Nothing like an Italian Nonna cooking in her kitchen for you.
Written November 21, 2023
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Juna T
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Solo
What a lovely passionate family!
Enjoyed the tour very much
And the lovely meal cooked by their mother, Marry.
So accommodating, though it’s the slow season in Sorrento with loads of activities canceled and hotels closed. They still managed to make it work.
Sustainable farming done here!
I seriously cannot say enough good things about this family
Written December 17, 2022
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James L
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
My girlfriend and I couldn't recommend this experience more!

Greeted by our wonderful host, Eugenio, we were amazed to learn how this self-sufficient farm has grown and adapted through the generations. We were enticed initially by the picturesque lemon groves & olives trees, but were left beaming having learnt about all the other special produce seeded, grafted and carefully harvested by the family-run farm (not to mention meeting the local goats, chickens, cows and pigs!). Schooling over, we were then treated to not only a tasting session of the produce, but to a full, home-cooked meal from 'mama'. Finished off with a Limenocello toast, we took home some very fond memories and new friends. Would highly recommend!

Alla nostra!
James & Sarah
Written July 28, 2022
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Kathleen D
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Couples
My whole experience in sorrento was amazing, pompei was great lots of walking. We walked to harbour also amazing. Hotel Michealandelo was fantastic rooms cleaned daily staff all friendly. Food was delicious plenty on menu to choose from only thing I didn't enjoy was the coffee. The staff in the rooftop bar were very nice and friendly. It was nice to sit there of a night time. 3 nights there was entertainment on. Would I go again definitely
Written October 5, 2023
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Drdennis1970
Destin, FL43 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
They picked us up. They showed us around their family farm. let my son play with the goats, the ducks, cows, pigs and kittens and then their mom makes us a traditional dinner while we sip on wine they have made and sit outside above the farm. Do yourself a favor, do this. It is a relaxing 3 hours that you won't regret.
Written June 5, 2022
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pamjohnson
Seattle, WA12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2011 • Couples
My husband and I visited Azienda Agricola for their gastronomic tour, and it was one of the highlights of our trip to the Amalfi Coast -- I highly recommend it. The family welcomes you with a tour of their farm...beautiful lemon groves, olive trees, various nut trees, and even grapefruit trees. The land itself is lovely, with terraced fields. Then we came back to the house and sampled lemons, grapefruit, and fresh made lemonade; we visited the area where they press olive oil and sampled several different types. Then, a cheese maker from the village, Benedetto, came to show us how he makes cheese; he is one of 15 cheese makers in all of Italy who makes Provalone di Monaco, truly one of the most delicious cheeses I have tasted. He made mozzarella in front of us from milk that had come from the cow that morning which we were then able to sample. After, we were accompanied to a restaurant in the village, where a pizza maker helped us to make our own wood fired pizzas using products from the farm, cheese from Benedetto, and his own wonderful dough. It was a wonderful experience -- the beauty of the land, the flavor of the food, and the spirit of the people who were welcoming us were truly magnificent. If you want a break from the tourist trail, with fresh air, good food, and an interesting cross-cultural experience of meeting real people doing what they love, this will be for you.
Written October 25, 2011
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rkousor
Breda, The Netherlands56 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Couples
We drove an hour and a half just to attend this trip and all I can say is how amazing and worth it was.
Eugenio and his family showed us around their family farm, and animals. We learned so much about their day to day life on the farm. How they make their produces and use their limited resources to stay self sufficient. I was left amazed, bewildered and humbled by how hard they work to to what they do.
We got to taste some of the produces that are made on the farm. No doubt I bought some to take back!
We stayed for dinner and that alone was a massive plus point. Dinner was cooked by “mama” yummy tasty simple traditional food. The dessert was mouthwatering.
If you are looking to spend some quiet quality time in Sorrento then this is the place. Highly highly highly recommend!
Written July 23, 2018
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