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To get to Oleum you can book our transfer service, not free, or get from Sorrento with a public service bus (the stop is just 50 meters from us).

On foot you can easily get to the village of Santa Maria Annunziata, a small hamlet of Massa Lubrense with a spectacular terrace overlooking Capri. Here is the famous La Torre restaurant – One Fire, inserted in the gastronomic guides among the best slow food restaurants in the area.

Ten meters from the farm there is also a small supermarket and grocery store that sells a bit ‘of everything. It is recommended the car or the rental of a motorbike to get around easily.

Oleum Sorrento
Via Padre Rocco 5/d, 80061 Massa Lubrense (NA)

From the Station

From Naples Garibaldi Station you can take the Circumvesuviana train towards Sorrento, rent a car or request our transfer service.

From the Airport

From Naples Capodichino International Airport you can reach Oleum Sorrento by taking advantage of our transfer service or by renting a car.

With Car

From the A3 "Salerno Reggio Calabria" motorway, exit at Castellammare di Stabia, continue following the signs for the Sorrento Peninsula. Take the entire SS145 to Sorrento centro and then follow the signs for Massa Lubrense.

From the farm, in the village of Santa Maria Annunciata starts many nature trails through several little-known trails that lead to Punta Campanella, Ieranto, Sorrento, Massa Lubrense…

Punta Campanella

Punta Campanella is a protected natural marine area, a path that starts from Massa Lubrense and extends over a distance of about 40 km along the sea and is the extreme tip of the Sorrento Peninsula.


The small beach of Nerano is a jewel overlooking the bay of Marina di Cantone, made of white pebbles and very transparent water and is located in the middle of the Punta Campanella nature reserve. And for the lunch break, spaghetti alla Nerano is a must!


Alleys full of shops, restaurants, bars and views overlooking the sea and the Gulf of Naples. Sorrento is a town easily visited on foot in one day to savor its beauty: from Piazza Tasso, the living room of the city, to the Cloister of San Francesco from the Middle Ages, up to Marina Grande, the ancient fishing village of Sorrento.

Massa Lubrense

Massa Lubrense is a small village that lies gently towards the sea and its delightful marina of Marina della Lobra, where the colorful boats of the fishermen propel the landscape. From Massa Lubrense Capri is very close and almost seems to be able to touch it. This is a panorama that can hardly be forgotten.


From Massa Lubrense one of the most beautiful itineraries of this part of the Peninsula starts: Ieranto, a path about 6 kilometers long that leads to the Bay and the beach of Ieranto where you can swim practically in front of the Faraglioni of Capri. The route is of medium difficulty but the flashes of sky and the landscape, largely repay the effort.


What strikes of Positano is the color of the houses perched on the village and seen from the sea, is a town that develops vertically and the streets are replaced by the steps of the alleys. Positano is also synonymous with elegance and joy of living, loved by VIPs and jet-set who have frequented and loved her forever. But Positano is also a place to discover moments of unique beauty and silence, climbing along the paths that lead to the village of Nocelle, the final stage of the Path of the Gods.