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La guida di The Gocce Team

The Gocce Team
The Gocce Team
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The Gocce Team

La guida di The Gocce Team

Visite turistiche
Punta Campanella At the point where the Monti Latteri start to slope down towards the sea, Punta Campanella links the Sorrentine Peninsula with the Amalfi Coast. A land of myths and legends, this narrow strip of land stretches out to sea as if wishing to be reunited with the nearby island of Capri, from which it was separated many thousands of years ago. Things you should know before commencing the walk Departure point : Termini (fraction of Massa Lubrense) Arrival point: Termini Duration: 2hrs (return journey) Kilometers: 4 Difficulty: easy How to get to Punta Campanella The path to Punta Campanella commences in the aptly named Termini, the last town on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Buses to Termini depart from outside Sorrento railway station. From Termini's small town square, facing the sea and the island of Capri, you'll find signs indicating the road to take to reach the path. This easy route, passing over relatively flat terrain, has the sea to one side and small vegetable gardens and olive groves to the other. At a certain stage, the path divides into two, the higher path taking walkers along the ridge of the Monte San Costanzo, the lower path along the flat tongue of land which is Punta Campanella, to the Saracen Tower and the ruins of the Minerva Sanctuary. A strip of land steeped in history and legend Punta Campanella is a land steeped in history and legends: according to the Odysseus it was here that Ulysses met the Sirens; the Greeks built a temple in honor of Athens on the site, a structure which the Romans later converted into a Sanctuary devoted to Minerva. In the 14th century a watch tower was built on the promontory, to guard against Saracen attack from the sea. On the top of the tower there was a bell which was rung in case of danger and to communicate with the other towers positioned along the coast. On the Punta Campanella plateau you'll find a slit in the rock from where a precarious flight of steps leads up to a cliff linked to a cave and ravines on sea level. This is where the Ancient Greek and Roman ships loaded with offerings for the Goddess Minerva used to land. As you look up at the rocky ridge, you may be able to spy the Oscan inscription which indicated the mooring point for the Sanctuary. A more demanding route Experienced walkers happy to test their legs on tougher terrain, will want to extend the excursion and take the path to the summit of Monte San Costanzo. The red and white signs painted on the rocks (pathway 00, alta via dei Monti Lattari) indicate the path to the Chapel of San Costanzo, some 485 meters above sea level. From here, a magnificent view, extending from the hills of Massa Lubrense to the Faito massif, can be seen. From the mountain top, walkers can make the return journey to Termini via an ancient mule track.
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Punta Campanella
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Punta Campanella At the point where the Monti Latteri start to slope down towards the sea, Punta Campanella links the Sorrentine Peninsula with the Amalfi Coast. A land of myths and legends, this narrow strip of land stretches out to sea as if wishing to be reunited with the nearby island of Capri, from which it was separated many thousands of years ago. Things you should know before commencing the walk Departure point : Termini (fraction of Massa Lubrense) Arrival point: Termini Duration: 2hrs (return journey) Kilometers: 4 Difficulty: easy How to get to Punta Campanella The path to Punta Campanella commences in the aptly named Termini, the last town on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Buses to Termini depart from outside Sorrento railway station. From Termini's small town square, facing the sea and the island of Capri, you'll find signs indicating the road to take to reach the path. This easy route, passing over relatively flat terrain, has the sea to one side and small vegetable gardens and olive groves to the other. At a certain stage, the path divides into two, the higher path taking walkers along the ridge of the Monte San Costanzo, the lower path along the flat tongue of land which is Punta Campanella, to the Saracen Tower and the ruins of the Minerva Sanctuary. A strip of land steeped in history and legend Punta Campanella is a land steeped in history and legends: according to the Odysseus it was here that Ulysses met the Sirens; the Greeks built a temple in honor of Athens on the site, a structure which the Romans later converted into a Sanctuary devoted to Minerva. In the 14th century a watch tower was built on the promontory, to guard against Saracen attack from the sea. On the top of the tower there was a bell which was rung in case of danger and to communicate with the other towers positioned along the coast. On the Punta Campanella plateau you'll find a slit in the rock from where a precarious flight of steps leads up to a cliff linked to a cave and ravines on sea level. This is where the Ancient Greek and Roman ships loaded with offerings for the Goddess Minerva used to land. As you look up at the rocky ridge, you may be able to spy the Oscan inscription which indicated the mooring point for the Sanctuary. A more demanding route Experienced walkers happy to test their legs on tougher terrain, will want to extend the excursion and take the path to the summit of Monte San Costanzo. The red and white signs painted on the rocks (pathway 00, alta via dei Monti Lattari) indicate the path to the Chapel of San Costanzo, some 485 meters above sea level. From here, a magnificent view, extending from the hills of Massa Lubrense to the Faito massif, can be seen. From the mountain top, walkers can make the return journey to Termini via an ancient mule track.
Enjoy sweeping views of sky and sea while hiking the Path of the Gods (Sentiero degli Dei) on the Amalfi Cost with an expert hiking guide who will lead you along this famed trail for an unforgettable adventure! Lead by a local guide, you will discover all the natural essences which you find walking.
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Path of the Gods Trailhead
16 Via Pizzillo
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Enjoy sweeping views of sky and sea while hiking the Path of the Gods (Sentiero degli Dei) on the Amalfi Cost with an expert hiking guide who will lead you along this famed trail for an unforgettable adventure! Lead by a local guide, you will discover all the natural essences which you find walking.
Capri is beautiful – seriously beautiful. There’s barely a grubby building or untended garden to blemish the splendour. Steep cliffs rise majestically from an impossibly blue sea; elegant villas drip with wisteria and bougainvillea; even the trees seem to be carefully manicured.
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Capri
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Capri is beautiful – seriously beautiful. There’s barely a grubby building or untended garden to blemish the splendour. Steep cliffs rise majestically from an impossibly blue sea; elegant villas drip with wisteria and bougainvillea; even the trees seem to be carefully manicured.
Offerta gastronomica
Olive oil The municipality of Massa Lubrense (certified “Oil City”) has a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) production, thanks to the enviable position of its olive groves, in the Mediterranean maquis and the sea breeze. From the olives of Massa Lubrense comes a pale yellow oil, with greenish hues, very sweet tasting, with harmonious and subtle notes of bitter and spicy.
Oleum - Agriturismo e Frantoio Oleario
5 Via Padre Rocco
Olive oil The municipality of Massa Lubrense (certified “Oil City”) has a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) production, thanks to the enviable position of its olive groves, in the Mediterranean maquis and the sea breeze. From the olives of Massa Lubrense comes a pale yellow oil, with greenish hues, very sweet tasting, with harmonious and subtle notes of bitter and spicy.
Le Guide ai Quartieri
Marina del Cantone is in the heart of the Sorrento Peninsula, just a few minutes’ drive from the little village of Nerano. The harbour is renowned for having several world class restaurants, each one serving wonderful meals created from the delicious local fare. The pebbled beaches are south facing, with warm clear waters, and are just a short two minute drive from Matisse Cantone.
Piazza Marina del Cantone
Marina del Cantone is in the heart of the Sorrento Peninsula, just a few minutes’ drive from the little village of Nerano. The harbour is renowned for having several world class restaurants, each one serving wonderful meals created from the delicious local fare. The pebbled beaches are south facing, with warm clear waters, and are just a short two minute drive from Matisse Cantone.
Nerano A town halfway up the shore with houses and terraces that come down towards the sea, and the vast and beautiful Marina del Cantone and Bay of Ieranto, a rocky cove at the feet of Mount San Costanzo, today the property of the FAI (Italian Environmental Foundation) who insures its environmental integrity.
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Nerano
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Nerano A town halfway up the shore with houses and terraces that come down towards the sea, and the vast and beautiful Marina del Cantone and Bay of Ieranto, a rocky cove at the feet of Mount San Costanzo, today the property of the FAI (Italian Environmental Foundation) who insures its environmental integrity.

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Običaji i kultura
Limoncello
Lemons and limoncello Lemons of Massa Lubrense are characterized by a pale yellow pulp, the juice is rich in vitamin C and minerals and the peel is rich in essential oils. They are known in particular for the excellent limoncello produced with them. The festival of lemon takes place in Massa Center in the summer, giving the opportunity to residents and visitors to taste local products made with lemon.