How to reach

Art Hotel Villa Fiorella

By car:
Take highway A3 Napoli ­ Salerno and exit at Castellammare di Stabia, picking up the state highway SS145 (follow signs for the “Penisola Sorrentina”). After following this scenic and winding road to the town of Meta (you will see a large white church on the left), continue straight through the towns of Piano and Sant’Agnello and Sorrento with direction to Massa Lubrense. Once you reach the square of Massa Lubrense, please take the first street on your right and after again on the right. Follow the direction for Marina della Lobra.

From Naples airport:
At the Sorrento terminal, you can use taxi to the hotel or local public bus to the Centre of Massa Lubrense. After you can walk to the hotel (about 800 mt) following the direction to Marina della Lobra.

From Naples Piazza Garibaldi Train Station:
AOn the lower level of the Piazza Garibaldi train station in Naples the Circumvesuviana line departs with trains to Sorrento. Tickets cost around €3.60 and the trip lasts about an hour. Get off at Sorrento and take a taxi o public bus to the hotel or local public bus to the Centre of Massa Lubrense. After you can walk to the hotel (about 800 mt) following the direction to Marina della Lobra
If you are travelling with a number of suitcases, we do not recommend the Circumvesuviana as there is limited space for luggage and you may have to ride standing up. We suggest booking a private transfer by car instead.

By ship:
From the molo “Beverello” in Napoli there is a hydrofoil that reaches Sorrento in 40 minutes average. From the port of Sorrento, there will be the possibility to get a Bus (an orange EAV bus) to the Sorrento train station. Once in the station, you can wether take a taxi or a public bus.


Art Hotel Villa Fiorella
Via V. Maggio, 5
Massa Lubrense

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Sorrento (around 6 km away). Things to do: wander through the narrow streets of the old town and browse the shops and craft boutiques selling traditional products made from lemons, oranges and nuts, and small pieces of jewellery made from marquetry and silk. Visit the Cloisters of San Francesco, the Cathedral in Piazza Sant’Antonino and the Correale Museum. Admire the spectacular view of Vesuvius and the Gulf of Naples from the viewpoint at villa comunale, and head down from there to Marina Piccola. From Sorrento, you can easily reach the following places by train: the famous archaeological digs at Pompeii (the journey takes about 30 minutes) and Herculaneum (takes approx. 48 minutes).

The Amalfi Coast (Positano is around 23 km away, and Amalfi is about 38 km). Things to do: be mesmerised by the unique view of the towns that line the coast, overlooking both the sea and the sky. In Positano, lose yourself in the maze of alleyways and colourful houses, and when the weather permits, swim at the Spiaggia Grande beach which lies at the heart of the town facing out towards the Li Galli islands. Visit the grottos along the coast, and of course buy a traditional lightweight white dress from one of the numerous artisan boutiques. In Amalfi, let your eyes drink in the deep colours of the sea, and take part in at least one of the town’s many traditional festivals, such as the historical regatta which involves the other three ancient Maritime Republics. don’t forget to visit the magnificent cathedral, the Duomo di Sant’Andrea, and some of the workshops that still produce hand-crafted paper using techniques from the 1700s.

Capri: around 25 minutes from Sorrento by hydrofoil or boat. Things to do: after admiring it from the garden and the windows of Villa Fiorella, visiting the island of Capri is an experience that will leave its mark on you, thanks to its perfect mixture of natural beauty and nightlife. In Capri, you can walk along quiet mountain paths which lead from the summit of Monte Solaro to the hermitage of cetrella with only the sea and the sky for company, take a dip in the emerald waters of Marina Piccola, and be dazzled by the intense hues of the Blue Grotto. But you can also soak up the buzz of the Piazzetta, one of the most famous squares in the world, with its renowned bars and taverns where you can party in the evening.

Ask our staff for more information on places to visit: we can give you all the advice you need to organise your excursions.