When entering the territory of Massa, the landscape and coastline change sudently, with the triumph of nature and a series of beautiful views of Capri, which enchant and bewitch.
We are glad to inform all our customers that from 5th March 2017 Enchanting Sorrento has finally opened its Headquarters in Via Palma 34 in Massa Lubrense
The coastline of Sorrento overlooks the Bay of Naples for less than 5 km. Marina Piccola is a major tourist hub: more than a third of international tourism of the province of Naples passes through this pier. The hamlet of Marina Grande is certainly one of themost authentich of Sorrento, animated by a fishing community that surrounds the Church of St.Anne.
Two historical places of our land: The Medieval Castle that today is one of the most beautiful location for weddings, parties and events along the Sorrento peninsula; and the Quisisana Royal Palace, the summer resort preferred by royalty, especially during the plague in Naples.
The territory of Sorrento includes Capo di Sorrento, where there the “Bagni della Regina Giovanna” and the remains of a Roman Villa, that for a long time were erroneously identified with those of the villa of Pollio Felice, a member of a wealthy family from Pozzuoli.
Opposite Marina Lobra rises from waters “O’Revece” or the Vervece (from the Latin Vervex = goat) a typical Massa rock. However small it is to see, the ‘island of Vervece is rich in stories and legends
The traditions that make up our life have very deep roots, and the choice of the Easter egg to celebrate the resurrection of Christ is linked to the egg as a symbol of life.
Eggs have been created to celebrate Easter since 1850.
A small delicious pastry with a generous dark, hot chocolate heart that will warm your winter evenings and will delight your palate
The world of the classic chamber music in Sorrento
Fascinating and delicious, chocolate sausage is a dessert that makes a great impression yet is quite simple to prepare.
And we assure you this because it is the only cake that one of our maiden aunt incapable to cooking, is able to make!! 🙂
In June 1889, to honor the Italian Queen Margherita of Savoy, the chef Raffaele Esposito prepared the “Pizza Margherita”, a pizza topped with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil to represent the colors of the Italian flag.