About this listing
The House is located in Massa Lubrense (120 mt above sea level), a small town between the wonderful gulfs of Napoli and Salerno, at only 5 minutes from the sea and 10 minutes by car from the center of Sorrento.
Also called Quarazzano, and more anciently QUARAZZANO . It lies smack in the middle of the valley of Massa, and in its most flat, 100 m. above sea level, facing west. The area is very fertile and conducive to the development of a center housing, waves is supposed to have been inhabited since the most ancient times. ... .. Giovanna II had founded a villa in this place, and the date of the foundation, as will be seen, is restricted to the decade 1424-34. When the old city was destroyed by the Ferrante, there settled many citizens, and moved there in a special palace Governor. This building was to stay where he was built the Jesuit College (District), because the Persian says he was "locked up at the site of the college"; and scrap substantial walls and a cistern were seen for the past in the contiguous fund said Jesus.
Massa Lubrense Center
Massa Centro is the chief town of the municipality of Massa Lubrense, here are public offices, including the tourist information office of Pro Loco Massa Lubrense.
At one end of Largo Vescovado, the main square with the Town Hall and the Cathedral of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the lookout said “Pennino” allows you to admire the enchanting island of Capri and the island of Ischia.
Not to be missed, in Massa Centro, the “Cerriglio”, former palace De Martino, ancient aristocratic house, with a characteristic avenue of tuff pillars and marble busts; down the avenue the beautiful “Nymphaeum”.
Going through via Palma, in the area Villarca there is the “Torrione”, a typical military architecture of the early seventeenth century, raised in defense of the Jesuit College.
From the square it’s a 2km descent to this pretty little marina backed by ramshackle houses and verdant slopes – or, rather, a 40-minute downhill walk, and a wheezing hour-long ascent. The marina is a good place to rent a boat, the best way of reaching the otherwise difficult-to-get-to bays and inlets along the coast.
Bay of Ieranto
The path leadings to the picturesque Bay of Ieranto shows the most savage and enchanted side of the coast; the sea is one of the most crystalline.
The Bay of Ieranto is a rocky cove between Punta Campanella and Punta Penna, is the pearl of the Marine Protected Area and can be reached only on foot. With its pristine beauty, it is among the most picturesque areas of Massa Lubrense.
Walk the Path of the Gods
The Path of the Gods winds up and down precipitous ridges from Agerola all the way to Positano. At every turn, there is a new and dramatic view down to the cobalt-blue Gulf of Salerno below. If the Gods ever did walk the Earth, it is easy to imagine that they must have done so here.
Make it happen: Path of the Gods walk (3 hours, signposted from the main piazza in Agerola;
Other things to note
The House is very close to panoramic position and sea view, is the ideal place to stay for those who enjoy nature and relax. It's possible to have wonderful walks along the charming peninsula's landscape as: Crapolla, baia di Ieranto, cala di Mitigliano, Punta Campanella, Marina del Cantone and Recommone. You can also make daily excursions to wonderful places like: Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, Pompei, Capri and Ischia .
This host has a Moderate Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 7 days of the trip and get a 50% refund of the nightly rate, as well as a full refund of fees.