A haven of health
The resort fitness center is organized in several dedicated spaces catering to the different needs and desires of our guests. Work out in our fully equipped gym, play tennis, book yoga and pilates lessons, and organize walks and excursions on the coast.
Don’t miss a workout beat
SPORT & FITNESS
Keep fit and continue your workout at our well-equipped gym, stocked with weights, cardio machines and other essential workout equipment. The resort features a tennis court and a bocce ball court, both of which can be used upon reservation. And not to worry, tennis rackets and bocce balls are available to rent at the reception desk.
Keep fit at our gym, stocked with weights and cardio machines. The resort features a tennis and bocce ball court. Tennis rackets and bocce balls are available to rent at the reception desk.
Stop and breathe
Yoga & pilates
Take a moment for yourself and continue your wellness journey with yoga and pilates classes or private lessons at the resort in a space devoted to connecting body, mind and spirit. These practices are conducted in a calming oasis immersed in unspoiled nature for a balanced and harmonious approach to health and wellness.
Continue your wellness journey with yoga and pilates classes or private lessons at the resort in a space devoted to connecting body, mind and spirit. These practices are conducted in a calming oasis for a balanced approach to health and wellness.
The resort’s strategic location halfway between the Sorrento and Amalfi Coasts makes it the ideal starting point for organizing excursions to discover the wonders of the area.
The Sirenuse trail is a circular route that crosses the southern part of the Sorrento Peninsula between Sant'Agata and Colli di Fontanelle and lends itself to many other variations that could be shortened or integrated with other routes.
Punta Campanella is located at the outermost tip of the Sorrentine Peninsula and mythologically known as the land of the sirens that bewitched Ulysses during his long journey. Punta Campanella can be reached in about an hour on foot.
Bay of Ieranto
The Bay of Ieranto is a rocky inlet between Punta Campanella and Punta Penna, a wild bay with a crystalline sea protected by the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano), accessible only on foot or by canoe.
Cala di Mitigliano
Together with the Bay of Ieranto, Cala di Mitigliano is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Massa Lubrense area and an enchanting oasis of unspoiled nature with a breathtaking view of Capri and Punta Campanella. The bay can be reached on foot or by car.
It starts from Via Pontone in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi. After crossing the Le Tore pine forest, proceed towards the Colli di Fontanelle. After reaching the Pizzetiello promontory on top of the cliffs of Punta Sant'Elia, you can admire the archipelago dei Li Galli, formerly known as the Sirenuse archipelago, the Amalfi Coast and the Faraglioni of Capri. From here, you can continue the path towards Torca and reach the inhabited area of Via Monticello, which ends in the small square of Torca. Continuing along Via Nula and then Via Pigna, you return to Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi.
It is a journey of about an hour on the north side of the Promontorium Minervae, the promontory that separates the Gulf of Naples from the Gulf of Salerno. After arriving in Termini, from Piazza Santa Croce, take Via Campanella and after about 400 meters at the crossroads, continue to the right towards the ancient Via Minerva, a Greek-Roman mule track from the 4th century BC. Along the descent, you will find a detour to Cala di Mitigliano, a small pebble beach with a view of Capri. To reach Punta Campanella, you will have to go straight. It is precisely from this moment that you can begin to glimpse the island of Capri. The road becomes steeper but finally reaching the tower, historically used for sighting pirates, and the lighthouse of Punta Campanella, where a bell was made to ring in the event of an alarm or something appearing on the horizon. Hence, the origin of the name of this beautiful jewel of the Sorrento Coast.
Bay of Ieranto
From this point, you descend and immerse yourself in the Mediterranean scrub. The route becomes more challenging due to the slope and the stones that protrude from the beaten earth, but it will be worth it, because you will find a truly unique sight in front of you. On the right, Punta Campanella and Capri with its Faraglioni. On the left, the Gulf of Salerno up to Punta Licosa, with the Amalfi Coast and the islands. And in the center, the wonderful Bay of Ieranto. Here the path forks. On the left you proceed towards Punta Penna and the Torre di Montalto. On the right, going down a staircase, you arrive at the small beach of Ieranto, a magical place to swim while looking at the island of Capri.
Cala di Mitigliano
Starting from Termini, from Piazza Santa Croce, take Via Campanella. At the first crossroads, proceed to the right and you will reach Monte San Costanzo. To the left, you will arrive at Cala di Mitigliano and Punta Campanella. The path becomes steeper, but from here, you can admire the church of Santa Maria di Mitigliano, built on the remains of an ancient abbey. After about 30 minutes of walking, you will reach the beach. Those who prefer to arrive by car, from Via Campanella you arrive at a crossroads. Here you pass through a private road immersed in the Mediterranean foliage. You will reach a parking lot where you can proceed on foot to the bay.