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Sorrento is a lovely city where kindness and hospitality have been passed from generation to generation. Literally a land and city of colours, the brilliant shades change with the seasons. Just stop to enjoy the sunset while gazing out towards Punta del Capo, Ischia or Procida, whose profiles you can clearly make out, or admire from the sea the majestic coastline changing colour every hour of the day.
Sorrento isn't just a seaside destination, but also home to the prestigious Correale di Terranova Museum, which hosts important artefacts of the city's history. The museum was privately founded by brothers Alfredo and Pompeo Correale, last descendants of an ancient Sorrentine family. It houses a collection of European and Oriental porcelain, as well as rare paintings by Neapolitan and foreign artists. Since the 18th century, Sorrento has become famous for its grand tradition of inlaid wood. Some valuable examples can be seen in the Bottega della Tarsia Lignea Museum, committed to local art appreciation. The museum is a multi-functional building that houses prestigious and valuable items and products, as well as organising courses and independent production.
Amongst the religious buildings are the Cathedral of Sorrento, the Church of Carmine dedicated to the Martyred Saints of Sorrento, the Church of Santa Annunziata and the Cloister of S. Francesco. Strolling through the streets in the historic centre you can make out the city's ancient Greco-Roman structure, especially along Via Pieta, Via S. Cesareo, Via Padre Reginaldo Giuliani and Via Tasso, where you can admire Villa Fiorentino and Palazzo Veniero. Sorrento is the site of important cultural, musical and cinematographic events, as well as a great base from which to explore the rest of the coast's illustrious spots like Capri, Ischia, Pompei, Positano and Amalfi.
The Sorrentine Peninsula has an unmistakeable landscape with alternating hills and majestic mountains. Man dominated this impervious landscape, transforming it into terraces from which to admire the sea and coastline of Campania, perhaps seated at a table enjoying delicious seafood or one of the many typical local delicacies, thanks to one of the many holiday packages to Sorrento.
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A: Your time in Sorrento Coast will most likely begin by touching down at Naples (NAP-Naples Intl.). This airport services 1,936 international flights per month.
A: From fancy options to those that won't break the bank, you have plenty of choice. Many visitors base themselves in apartments. Other in-demand places in Sorrento Coast are hotels, bed & breakfasts and villas.
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Hotel Continental is located across from a lovely park with sweeping views of the Bay of Naples and is close to all the restaurants and shops in the heart of Sorrento. We immediately loved the old-world Italian charm of the lobby. Our room was comfortable and very clean, but we had a bad noise issue ...
Hotel is seaside. Great location. It’s a bit of a hike up to Sorrento. Easier on the way down. 15-20 minute walk. Rooms a little on the small size, but comfortable.
This is an historic hotel. It has an impressive history and some beautiful rooms. The garden was lovely and the views of Mt Vesuvius are wonderful. The hotel feels a bit tired and neglected in some ways. We had booked a rather expensive suite and though the hotel was well under occupied in the second ...
Grand Hotel Hermitage was one of the most pleasant and comfortable hotels my boyfriend and I have ever stayed in. The view is indescribable, the pool is clean and sizable, and the pool deck is spacious and beautiful. The rooms were large with two balconies, perfect for enjoying the sun from. The ...
Great views of the bay. Huge, well kept swimming pool. Bit of an old school place which we enjoyed. Very roomy lobby and public rooms, large suites. Waiters in tuxedos, while guests were casually dressed. Evening entertainment. Well situated above the hustle and bustle of the town, with a very prompt ...
It's in a great location, the view of the sea could have been better, but there were scaffolds near my window that obstructed the view. Make sure that you let them know that you have the free parking amenity because there was some confusion when I inquired about mine.