The Resort is located in a strategic position, between the Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast and allows you to easily visit the area and enjoy the crystal clear sea just a short distance away.

During your stay at the Donna Carmela Resort, you can explore the beautiful surroundings of the Lattari Mountains, paths full of history and magic. Not far away you will also find beautiful towns full of tradition such as Gragnano and Agerola.
And then the Amalfi Coast with its landscapes, villages, scents and colors.
We are at your complete disposal to book unforgettable excursions to Amalfi, Capri, Ravello, Positano, Pompeii and Naples and above all to advise and guide you on the main paths of the Lattari Mountains in which the Resort is immersed.


A few kilometers from our hotel, located at the foot of the Lattari Mountains, you can visit Gragnano, the City of Pasta. Gragano pasta is known and exported all over the world.
The production of pasta is favored by the particular climatic conditions, mild climate all year round, a slight humidity that allows slow drying and spring water that gives the unmistakable taste to the pasta.


Agerola and the " Sentiero degli Dei"

Located on the Lattari Mountains at 600 meters above sea level, halfway between the mountains and the wonderful sea of the Amalfi Coast (15km from Amalfi).
Agerola is known for the production of "mozzarella fior di latte" protagonist of pizza margherita, smoked provola, ricotta etc ... It is possible to visit the numerous dairies in the area and buy the dairy specialties directly. Paradise for trekking and walking in unspoiled nature.

Sentiero degli Dei
The path represents one of the greatest attractions of the coast, a wonderful walk that starts from Bomerano and crosses the municipalities of Conca dei Marini, Furore and Praiano from above, arriving at the beautiful Positano.



The Monti Lattari Regional Park extends between the provinces of Naples and Salerno, including 27 municipalities on the Sorrentine Peninsula and the Amalfi Peninsula.
Numerous excursions await you among the highest peaks or among rural landscapes such as the Valle delle Ferriere and the dense network of paths, caves, woods and terraces overlooking the sea.


Archaeological excavations of Stabiae

The ancient Stabiae, Castellammare di Stabia, is little known, but it is a very important city for the ancient Vesuvian area.
Compared to the more famous excavations of Ercolano and Pompei, those of Stabiae give the opportunity to observe an unprecedented aspect on the lifestyle of the ancient Romans: in fact, Stabiae was, in Roman times, a holiday resort, with numerous residential or rustic villas, finely decorated and embellished with furnishings of great value.
Today, only a small part of the ancient city has been brought to light: Villa San Marco, Villa Arianna and the second complex. But there are other villas that are still partially or completely underground, while others are still unexplored and to be discovered.



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