Sorrento Tourism & Travel Guide

There are ferries and hydrofoils that head from Sorrento and Amalfi daily to and fro from the island....

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The Islands of Capri and Sorrento are a must visit if you plan to stay in Naples for a longer period....

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Piazza Andrea Veniero, 80067, Sorrento
Via del Mare, 80067 Sorrento Naples, Italy
Via del Mare is one of the most charming streets of Sorrento. It is not so hard to guess from its name, it is the main street leading to the beach. The scene throughout this road with the sea near these houses with beautiful facades in deep blue and the gold of the sand glistening, is something everyone should see in a lifetime.
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About Sorrento

Sorrento is a beach town located just south of Naples and just on the other side of the Amalfi coast. It is located on the cliffs above the Tyrrhenian Sea and it makes a great jumping off point to see the highlights of Campania, including Pompeii, Naples and Positano, all of which are just a short but sweaty train ride away (if you are going in summer that is since there is no air conditioning). Sorrento is framed with looming Mt. Vesuvius in the east and Capri in the sea out to the west. You couldn’t ask for a more idyllic location, the only problem is that the beach is super tiny. But the Italians solved this problem by creating places to tan and swim by building large piers equipped with lounge chairs and umbrellas. Sorrento is an amazing town and well worth staying there if just for the sunsets and the water, but the town also has amazing food. If you are heading to Campania I highly recommend staying in Sorrento and even if you are on a budget there are a lot of cheap camping sites where you don’t even have to worry about bringing a tent.

Best Time To Visit

Best time to visit Sorrento is from March to July

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