Nerano

 

Nerano is a beautiful seaside town on the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento, famous for its peaceful atmosphere and the deep fascination that emanates from every corner. It stretches down towards the sea, offering a very special landscape, enclosed in a small cluster of houses and properties from the top of the road, in a maze of curves, extend to Marina del Cantone. The latter is the most important beach of Nerano with breathtaking views on the island of Capri, Sorrento and Amalfi. The tranquility of the place, combined with the sun, the sea and a landscape of great beauty Nerano make it the ideal place for an unforgettable stay.

From Nerano you can also visit the beautiful surrounding beaches, some of which are accessible mainly by sea.

In addition to the famous Marina del Cantone, which embraces several beaches, all pebbly and famous for its pure waters, Nerano is very close to the landings Recommone and Crapolla. Recommone is the next beach at Marina del Cantone is reached by walking for 10 minutes from a trail near the entrance of Olga Resort or in a quaint scenic route through the beach of the Cantone, along which you will come across a watchtower built in the coastal the lido fifteenth century. The lido, mainly stony, is located in the heart of a picturesque rocky bay and offers one of the most renowned restaurants of the coast. Crapolla is an ancient port where fishermen still signs of the fishing activity are visible in the surrounding area. Pebbles and clear waters of the fjord can be reached in 3 ways: starting from our hotel and walked for about an hour along a trail and down the side of the hill with a beautiful view; through a path that starts from the village of Torca; by sea by boat.

Several nature trails wind along the coast of Nerano, offering a unique sight between the vegetation on the most beautiful spots of the Bay. The most famous is the path that leads to Ieranto Bay, which has its origin from the square of Nerano. This bay donated in 1986 to the FAI (Italian Environment Fund) is the only intact the Sorrento Peninsula and is one of the most beautiful walking trails throughout the territory of Massa Lubrense. The path runs along the rocky big undulations covered with Mediterranean trees such as olive and mastic trees and offers a stunning view of the Faraglioni, Punta Campanella, Amalfi Coast, Galli island and Punta Licosa. On the bed of the beach awaits the crystal clear sea and an interesting seascape that is definitely worth a scuba dive. During the summer there is an active transport service boat that serves Marina del Cantone with the Ieranto Bay. The service fee (€ 10.00 per person round trip), allows you to get directly on the beach in about 15 minutes.

The St. Saviour Church (Chiesa di San Salvatore) is a church with three naves, with cruise and apse. Until the second half of '400, the church was smaller in the beginning, but from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century it was enlarged, with a transept, where the right is the Chapel of St. Philomena. During the renovation of the church altars were replaced also present today in the aisles, two on the left and three to the right, level with the arches and the entrance to the sacristy.

 

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