Villa Fiorella

Address: Via Marina Della Lobbra, Massa Lubrense, Campania, 80061, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Marina Della Lobbra, Massa Lubrense, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Punta del Capo, Marina di Puolo, and Bay of Naples.
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Travel Blogs from Massa Lubrense

Positano - Positano ends

A travel blog entry by steve.chappo on Jun 20, 2015

... swimming and sun beds and then long lunch). Bella brothers and their old waiter mates. - walk of the gods (taxi to B and then walk to Nicolle about 2 hours and then half hour more to Montepertuso). Ending with lunch at Il Ritrovo at Montepertuso. - Restuarants. Da Vincenzo, Sarenceno D'Oro, Casa Mele (but modern and expensive), Il Ritrovo - drink at Le Sirenuse and San ...

San Marino to Amalfi by Fiat

A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Oct 12, 2014

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... help button at the automatic toll gate. We managed to reverse out and go to a person in a booth. After some time explaining it was Popilo that we got on at she charged us €7. While travelling down the Autostrada you see many old towns on hilltops which if you had the time would be fantastic to explore! We also passed by Monte Cassino which held a significant battle with the Germans in WW2. When we got to Naples everything was very hazy I think due to pollution. You could just see ...

Ancient Pompeii and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Sep 21, 2014

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The coastal drive around
the Bay of Naples is very pretty but very crowded with settlements
merging into one huge area interspersed with vineyards, olives and
market gardens. Sorrento is on the southern side of the bay and a
fairly slow drive through tunnels and over high bridges. After we
left the ferry at Naples we had breakfast at a rather swish hotel
(**** food on the ferry apparently) overlooking ...

Amalfi: Big miles on our feet-Big points for Italy

A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo on Apr 21, 2014

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... is said to have once had 70,000 residents until a big earthquake and tsunami hit in 1343 which caused much of its city and its people to slide into the sea. I guess not too many could swim very well so now the city is actually a quaint little town...well until Easter week 2014. And probably the fact that this was Easter week, we were in a beautiful piazza on the Amalfi Coast and we had "Americans are here" stamped on our foreheads, our quick stop at the said cafe cost us 9€ for ...

Getting lost in Sant'Agata

A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Jan 07, 2014

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It all sounded so easy: get a bus to Sant'Agata, follow the walking track above the coast, then inland and up to Pineta del Torre ( pine forest on the ridge above both the Bay of Naples and Salerno Bay), and then walk back to Sant'Agata. We had the GPS on the iPad and some maps and info I had found on the internet - what could possibly go wrong? We had trouble finding the start of the walk ( not a good sign), but eventually got on our ...