Sagra dell’ Uva 2018. Discover the traditions and products of Sorrento.

The "Sagra dell 'Uva" event is back. From 06 to 08 October 2018 in Priora, a small village in Sorrento.

The event is the perfect opportunity to learn about ancient harvesting traditions and to discover the great local wines the Campania region have to offer.

Now in its 39th edition, this year's festival also offers rich program. During the evenings, numerous events will alternate like musical performances, guided tours with demonstrations of the ancient harvesting methods, stands with displays of agricultural equipment from the past, local culinary products and many food and wine tours.

Each evening, those in attendance will participate in a true "themed" food and wine tour full of local Sorrentine products where you'll get the chance to taste, for free, the delicious Sorrentine grapes which will be given out in honor of the event.

For more information about the event and other possible activities to enjoy while staying at Laqua Charme & Boutique, please send us an email at We'd be delighted to give you a hand!

2018 Sagra della Noce

One of October’s most awaited autum event in Campania is the “Sagra della Noce”, the “Walnut fest” of Scisciano’s village.

The event, thanks to the numerous and significant affluence of visitors over the years, has become one of most important popular fest of Italy.

The event is scheduled to take place on October, 13th and 14th 2018.

The Sagra della Noce Fest of Scisciano is linked in particular to Walnut and is set to promote and develop the rich and diversified enological and gastronomical patrimony of the region.

During this two event days all the visitors  will have the opportunity to enjoy the many recipes of the Campania Region  who have Walnut as main ingredient.

The Walnuts are the source of energy and nutrients. A good sources of vitamin E, vitamin B2 and the essential minerals magnesium, potassium and selenium.

The Walnuts have twice as many antioxidants as other nuts or seeds. They increasing dietary antioxidants confers many benefit to the health.

At Laqua Charme & Boutique the walnut, in particular the “Walnut of Sorrento” is one of the most important ingredient for the eslcusive treatments and massages CLICK HERE for more informations.

The Limoncello of Sorrento

Sorrento has always been considered the “land of the Sirens”, a place to visit for many philosophers and intellectuals that were inspired by its stunning scenery from the terraces on the blue light sea but it is also the birthplace of the precious " yellow nectar", The Limoncello.

The Mediterranean climate of the sorrentine area is the ideal location for the cultivation of this particular lemon needed for the preparation of the right limoncello through its peels. Commonly referred to as " Oval common femminello of Sorrento", it has been recognized for many years now, under the trademark "IGP". This Protected Geographical Indication. This trademark is given to all the lemons who claim that specific name and are produced in Sorrento, under specific regulation.

One of the well-known prduct iof Italy around the world, the Limoncello is extracted from the special blend of various ingredients: lemon peel, water, alcohol and sugar. The yellow wrinkled peel of these particular lemon is rich in essential oils that give it a special and typical flavor. These are the basic ingredients for the Limoncello of Sorrento, one of the most popular products of this territory, that has always claimed the exclusive on it.

Over the years the paternity of Limoncello has always been a dispute between the citizens of Amalfi, Capri and Sorrento's and about its origin many anecdotes and urban legends have been written and told.

It has been said that it was initially produced already at the time of the Saracens, by the fishermen of the village of Marina Grande and by farmers of Sorrento as a homemade remedy against the cold in winter.

The only officially documented report about it, however, concerns Maria Antonia Farace, a woman living in Capri, that, dealing with different restaurants on the island, produced the liqueur in order to offer it to customers as a digestive at the end of meals. Later on, it was his son, Massimo Canale, that invented over the years the name "Limoncello" , starting a small artisanal production.

A delicious product to taste sitting down nice and comfortable terrace of Laqua Charme & Boutique inebriated by the smell of the luxuriant and fragrant citrus groves and culled by the sound of the sea of the bay of Meta.

Ritual: “Ode to the Goddess”

A deep treatment with the priceless antique roses of Pompei, they rebalance the skin’s PH, relieving redness, stimulating the microcirculation. Their perfume acts on the nervous system and the heartbeat, bringing calm and physical and mental well-being.

This precious ritual includes:

  • scrub with rose buds
  • mask with buffalo milk and rosewood
  • face massage with little bundles of rose petals
  • Surya Deva cream to make skin glow with golden pigments

Let our therapist guide you. Book this esclusive treatment or ask for additional information just calling at +39 081 8087730 or writing an email to the email address

Rituale: “Ode alla Dea”

Rilassa il viso donandogli radiosità e splendore grazie ad un trattamento profondo con preziose rose antiche di Pompei che ricche di vitamine riequilibrano il PH della pelle attenuano i rossori e stimolano il micro circolo. Il loro intenso profumo agisce sul sistema nervoso e sul battito cardiaco donando un profondo senso di calma e benessere psicofisico.

Il trattamento “Ode alla Dea” include:

  • scrub ai boccioli di rosa
  • maschera con latte di bufala e polvere di legno di rosa
  • massaggio viso con fagottini di petali di rosa
  • applicazione crema illuminante Surya Deva con pigmenti d’oro

Per prenotare questo prezioso rituale o chiedere maggiori informazioni puoi telefonare al numero +39 081 8087730 o scrivere una mail all’indirizzo di posta


"2018/2019 Luci D’Artista” in Salerno town.

One of the most awaited Christmas events all over Italy is back again: "Luci D’Artista 2018/2019” of the city of Salerno.

The colored lights of Salerno are some spectacular exhibitions of artworks which illuminate with their twinkling the streets, squares and every single corners of Salerno town, where fantasy becomes reality by leaving all the people in the audience breathless.

Every lighting equipment has got a specific theme: the enchanted gardens, the most loved fairy tales, the planetary constellation, the astronomical phenomena, the suggestions of the East, the circus movements, the sails and the sea.

The “Luci D’Artista” of Salerno will take place from November, 11th 2018 until the end of January 2019 in Salerno. At the event there will also be the Christmas markets which sell local and Christmas traditional products open from December, 6th 2018 to January, 8th 2019.

Furthermore, there will be again this year for all the kiddies the Ferris wheel, Santa’s house and the Sand Nativity exhibition, open to the public from December, 8th 2018 to January, 8th 2019.

For further information about the event “Luci D’Artista of Salerno” during your staying at Laqua Charme & Boutique, please do not hesitate to write to our email address:

[:it]Halloween 2018… Alla scoperta della Napoli Esoterica!

Laqua Charme & Boutique, is the perfect spot for an alternative Halloween including a visit to the city of Naples with its “dark and esoteric vision'', famous throughout the world for its beautiful scenery, crystal clear sea and warm sun.

Still today, in Italy, there are many cities associated with a certain amount of mysticism which has developed over the centuries. Bologna, Turin, Genoa and the city of Naples are perfect examples.

Behind the many artistic and architectural beauties of Naples are hidden mystical and occult signs as well as legends, ghost stories, gnomes, illustrious characters and enigmatic historical figures. All hidden among the columns, lace and frescoes of the dated 18th Century palaces of the historic city center.

There are numerous places famous for their obscure symbols; like those found on the Obelisk outside the Piazza del Gesù Nuovo or the Chiesa delle Anime Del Purgatorio ad Arco located in Via Dei Tribunali. This artistic and cultural treasure, dating back to the 17th Century, is known for the cult of the pezzentelle souls, or better yet, those souls wandering through purgatory in search of eternal peace.

In fact, in the past, there was the widespread habit of adopting a "pezzentella" soul by taking care of his or her bones. The people's prayers would help these souls pass on to the afterlife as a way to ensure positive influence and benevolent protection.

Among the pezzentelle souls, the most famous is undoubtedly that of Lucy, whose skull has been preserved over the years with her bridal veil as the young girl died near her wedding or, according to another version, soon after in a shipwreck or, the poor thing, for being overwhelmed by a wave while waiting on a cliff her husband's return. Her “capuzzella” is still honored with flowers, candles and written pleas.

Not less important are the esoteric symbols in the cemetary "Cimitero Delle Fontanelle Del Rione Sanità", an ancient tuff quarry where you can see the numerous skeletons of the victims from the plague which struck the village in 1600 and drastically reduced the number of inhabitants.

Worth mentioning is also the underground in Naples. The famous Neapolitan Sottosuolo full of tunnels were created while the city was being built as tuff was removed. Over the centuries it has had several functions; from an aqueduct to a refuge used by the citizens during the wars.

Legend tells us of a munaciello or a small, mischievous but not evil spirit who would move from house to house through the passages of the cistern, taking "aim" especially at the owners of the house.

Another stop you can't miss is the Cappella di San Severo, where you can see the city's most famous and most mystical attraction, the Cristo Velato (Veiled Christ).

In the chapel's cavea is perhaps the most occult and esoteric spot ever ... the alchemical laboratory of the mysterious Prince Raimondo di Sangro with his anatomical machines which are visible to those visiting the chapel.

Your visit won't certainly end here. Continue along, through the many narrow streets of Naples where, as legend has it, you can hear the cries of those citizens who have disappeared over the years. And be sure to visit the Palazzo Petrucci, Via dei Tribunali, Piazza San Domenico Maggiore and Piazza Dante, each with its own history as well as a litle something sacred, profane and artistic.

Come and live a Halloween out of the ordinary, book your stay in one of our sea view rooms and ask for more details on the tour of Naples.