Nature & parks in Massa Lubrense

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Nature & Parks in Massa Lubrense

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  • malgo
    Brussels, Belgium181 contributions
    Great if you like places off main tracks. Go to Nerano, park the car. Take a route on the right to the main road, a bit on the side when you face the sea. It took us 30 min to the beach. Way back is more difficult as you have to climb 300 m up . Then it is easy walk. You may also visit a small castle. Take water for the whole day. Bad surprise - there were stinging jellyfish in the water so swiming was not do pleasant.
    Written 1 October 2019
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  • James O
    Gerrards Cross, UK1 contribution
    Parking is €10 for a car for the day/evening. Be very wary of paying more, they will try to charge you extra, sometimes €15, even €20, just laugh at them and say you know it's €10, they will eventually give it to you for €10, after suggesting you go up the hill and park there for €2. They will offer to park your car for you but I'd suggest parking it yourself and keeping your keys on you, don't leave valuables in your car or anything in sight just in case.
    Le Sirene is the best value meal we had, lovely seafood and lovely service, but prebook for weekends or large groups. Avoid Cantuccio as it's overpriced and not great service.
    Written 16 June 2022
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  • Della C
    Pontardawe, UK46 contributions
    This beach is accessed by a steep walk down a winding path. Some parking is quite close but you may have to walk from the village of Termini if unlucky. The beach is full of boulders and can be uncomfortable but the sea is so inviting that the rocks don't matter. There is a small cafe at the beach so you can get a drink or ice cream and even a lounger!
    Written 30 August 2019
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  • JP P
    Luxembourg5 contributions
    A marvelous place in front of Capri, with an authentic view!
    Pay the fee of 15€ for entrance you enjoy, seat and umbrella included ! Very sad that the old infrastructure is out of service ...but you have a bar and a self service with good products to a fair price !
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • The Chauffeur of Positano
    Positano, Italy914 contributions
    The territory of the Reserve is characterized by homogeneity in the landscape and in the natural aspects of great importance at a global level, by the historical and cultural quality of the sites, by the presence of tourist settlements, of food and alimentary and artistic craftsmanship, by commercial activities, and by high-quality tourist services. Because of the calcareous nature of the peninsula, the area is characterized by karst phenomena leading to the formation of a considerable number of emerged cavities, which became underwater because of tectonic movements and of the raising of the sea level. Among the most spectacular ones there is the Grotta della Cala di Mitigliano in which, at not a very great depth, you can explore the charming world of the underwater dark caves.

    Written 7 June 2019
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  • William G
    6 contributions
    Went to beach as was recommended and we were not disappointed. Took moped and parked for 3 euro for day with small hilly walk down to beach. Sand is black so very warm on feet. Rocky to get into water then sandy once out a bit. A few restaurants to buy food drinks at reasonable prices. 2 beds and a umbrella was 30 euro for the day. It is busy as every inch is covered in sun beds, but there is a section if you don’t want to hire, it’s just not so well kept. Now looking for next beach to visit just for a change, but will come back here if we don’t find any
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • Ray S
    Coventry, UK76 contributions
    This is a quiet harbour with few tourists, little road traffic and a really slow pace of life. Angelo's Bar overlooks the harbour was a perfect place for a late morning beer. Funiculi Funicula is a restaurant on the harbour edge which serves good food and is not overly expensive. Our lunch was one of the best eats I had whilst in Sorrento.
    Written 7 October 2019
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  • markyberry
    Datchet, UK22 contributions
    Nice bit small. Usual lounger sellers. Can’t snorkel too well with boats in and out each side picking up boaters.

    Nice and secluded location. Worth a visit.
    Written 21 August 2018
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  • The Chauffeur of Positano
    Positano, Italy914 contributions
    From the top of Mt. San Costanzo, a 360 degrees view: from the Gulf of Naples to the Amalfi Coast, from Mt.Vesuvius to the well known islands.
    Written 13 September 2019
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  • Shai F
    15 contributions
    Cinque Mare provides great boat rental option to explore the Amalfi coast and Capri.
    We had 2 sails, and it was perfect.
    Written 19 August 2018
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  • William G
    6 contributions
    We had been to Marina Del Cantone as well as Marina Di Puolo and both were very very busy with hardly any space between chairs which cost 30 euros for 2 chairs and a umbrella. We found this very small and much much quieter beach where you get same chairs etc for 15 euro and as much space as you want. 2 downsides are like most beaches it’s all rocks both in and out water and 2nd it’s very hard to get to as we were on moped and just found it and wouldn’t recommend taking a car. We enjoyed as less busy so would probably go back here vs others
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • thepostie2010
    Barnstaple, UK860 contributions
    Wonderdul place to spend the day. Secluded the footpath is amazing but if you don't like spets (700 of them) then this probably is not for you.
    Written 17 May 2022
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