Bagni della Regina Giovanna: Want to feel like the queen of Naples? Then we advise you to take a dip in nature’s own natural pool called Regina Giovanna. This wonderful and romantic basin is located 3.6km away from the famous Piazza Tasso in midst of the centre of Sorrento
Marina Piccola: For the real tourist attractions,we want to inform you about Marina Piccola. This extremely beautiful area with several beach establishments including their own restaurants, is known for all tourist to relax. Right beside these beaches, you will find the ferries to take you to any island nearby
Marina Grande: Wishing for a day to escape the business of the tourism in Sorrento? Marina Grande is the place to go. Its characteristic pastel-coloured houses and lovely seafood restaurants will make sure that you will relax at the end of your day!
Marina di Puolo: Located between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense, you will find the incredible sandy and rocky beach of Marina di Puolo. In between ancient ruins, you will be able to swim in the crystal-clear blue sea and enjoy the nature surrounding you
Nerano: Known by most celebrities and VIPs around the world, Nerano is a great place to recommend to our guests. With several different restaurants located right at the beach, you can feel each of their charm. Relax, recharge, and mostly enjoy the wonderful cuisine of Nerano
Cultural trips in Sorrento
Museo Correale: With its 24 exhibition rooms spread over 4 floors in an eighteen-century residence, Museo Correale is an amazing museum to visit during your holiday. This archaeological museum is located in the centre of Sorrento
Chiostro di San Francesco: Ever wondered how it felt if time would have stopped at the end of the nineteenth century? Let us tell you about the Chiostro San Francesco. This cloister dictates the neo-romantic styles and ambiances from the German Monk who build the establishment in the 14th century
Basilica di Sant'Antonino: The not so traditional church looking building of Basilica San Antonino, dates back to the 11th century. Basilica San Antonino is named after the saint who performed numerous miracles. With its incredible elements of the Roman times and stories, we sincerely advise you to take a visit and soak up all the historical elements
Nature surrounding Sorrento
Vallone dei Mulini: Nature lovers, attention! When visiting Sorrento, it is a must-do to visit the Vallone dei Mulini. This valley originated about 35.000 years ago. Named after the ancient mill, Vallone dei Mulini is the only surviving valley of the three, which once made Sorrento
Path of Gods: Love hiking? We got the most beautiful hiking path for you. From the corner of Piazza Capasso in Bomerano, you can start the Path of Gods towards Nocelle. This 5.8 mile point to point hike, will take an average of 4 hours, whilst enjoying the incredible panoramic views of the area
Vallone delle Ferriere: This lush nature route commenced in the Monti Lattari. Surrounded by tall chestnut tree and long leaved ferns, you can see where Vallone delle Ferriere got its name from. Still visible are the ruins of the medieval foundries during this half day trek
Shopping in Sorrento
The narrow streets of Sorrento: Feeling like a day of shopping? Or just want to look for some souvenirs to take back home? The narrow streets surrounding Piazza Tasso will keep you busy for the entire day
Limoncello’s factories: Fell in love with the amaro’s here? We completely understand. This is why we would love to inform you about the possibility of visiting the citrus groves in Sorrento, such as, Giardini Cataldo. With its own garden filled with huge lemon trees, Giardini Cataldo is one of the best place to buy your Limoncello. Not to worry, they thought of travel sized bottles as well!