Sentieri di Massa Lubrense
Sentieri di Massa Lubrense
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b2run
Ontario, Canada284 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
The hike runs from Sorrento to Massa Lubrense. It climbs to a fairly high altitude and then descends to the town of Massa Lubrense. You can continue down to the beach which is another drop of around 150 meters. There's not much at the beach but you can walk along the shore. There is a bus that comes around and drives you back up to the town of Massa Lubrense but we never found out where to buy tickets. You can catch a bus back to Sorrento if you don't want to hike back.
The hiking trail is quite smooth with some markings but it is difficult to know where it turns sometimes. There are a number of amazing viewpoints along the hike.
Written October 25, 2022
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Ged H
36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Couples
We visited Massa while staying in Sorrento. We walked to the town in just over one hour but local busses are available. Well worth walking down to the small port and visiting Angelos bar. Beautiful scenery and welcoming staff. Having missed the bus back to the town centre we even got a lift from Angelo in his amazing car. Lovely view of Capri from the Villa Fiorella art hotel on the way to the port.
Written May 3, 2017
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rostourist
Western Ireland, Ireland672 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Couples
Readily accessible by the 10.30 Sita bus from Sorrento, Termini offers two pleasant and not too strenuous walks that can be combined in a single day's excursion.
On arrival, the beginning of the walk to Punta Campanella should be easy to find; allow about 45 minutes for the downhill stretch on well maintained pavement most of the way - with views of Capri to your right hand side.
On beginning the return leg, a red and white marked stone indicates a short path to the right that leads up to a viewing spot over the Bay of Ieranto. Returning back to the main path, you can expect to be back in Termini in under an hour.
As this will conveniently coincide with lunchtime, you should make tracks for Restaurant Miracapri for something to eat on their outdoor balcony, with Capri in the distance.
Suitably refreshed, take a sharp left turn as you descend from the piazza and you are on the pleasant downhill track that first goes through Nerano and then reaches Marina del Cantone - and the 4.30 bus back to Sorrento.
Written July 25, 2016
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keewerner
Rome, Italy98 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
There are a lot of very nice foot paths to follow in the area Termini, Nerano, Massa Lubrense, Sant'Agata. An overview (and some maps!) you can get here: http://www.giovis.com/

They are all very narrow, sometimes a bit steep, require some knowledge, but all very interesting with breathtaking panoramas. Take a small (!!) day pack, some water, the printed maps (or the OpenStreetmap apps you can download for smartphones, like Locus or OSMAnd) and go.

Always calculate the time - in hot August weather, you wouldn't want to do a long hike along the southern coast line (at least not between 10:00 and 17:00) but some walk long the northern coast line, say, to Sorrento. Or you can take an evening hike like the one called Vuallariello from Termini to S. Costanza departing late (say, 18:00 local time in August) so you will enjoy the sun set.

You have to be prepared to be a bit adventurous as not all foot paths have equally good signage ...

Enjoy!
Written September 10, 2015
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Jeremy L
Altrincham, UK101 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Couples
A few bars and restaurants, walk down the cardiac hill to the pretty village of Marina Lobra (a bit steep coming back but fun)
Written September 22, 2017
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