Marina di Puolo
Marina di Puolo is situated halfway between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense and its name comes from the Roman Pollio Felice, a distinguished member of a noble family and owner of a villa whose ruins are still visible nearby.
The small village consists mainly of fishermen’s houses and the beach, that overlooks the Mount Vesuvius, is made of pebbles and sand, there are free areas and several bathing establishments, bars and restaurants. The beach offers rental pedal boats, charter boats and much more.
The brach is easily accessible by car, along the road that leads from Sorrento to Massa Lubrense and then Via Marina di Puolo. At the end of this road there is a paid parking. The public transport, SITA and EAV, buses run along the road between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense, in both directions. The bus stop is at the intersection with Via Marina di Puolo, from here you can walk down for about 10 minutes.