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Apartments Sorrento

Western gateway to the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento rises steeply above the sea on one of the most spectacular points of the Campanian coast. From here it’s a straight shot to Pompeii (by train), or Naples and Capri (high speed ferry).   Continue >

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      Due to its enchanting position and mild climate, Sorrento has been a favorite resort since Romans times, drawing heavyweights the likes of Agrippa, Augustus, and Antonius. Although it’s a popular tourist destination in summer, Sorrento is a lively city year round, making it an ideal home base for excursions throughout Campania in the off season.

      Don’t Miss:

      • Piazza Tasso, the city’s heart and soul and an epic spot for people watching. Meander the historic center’s narrow lanes lined with artisan workshops specializing in inlaid wood, leather goods and limoncello.
      • A taste of gnocchi all sorrentina—a local specialty made with tomato sauce, melted mozzarella and basil.
      • A day trip to Pompeii or Herculaneum via the Circumvesuviana rail line; it’s a 20-minute trip. We recommend hiring a guide once you’re there, or renting an audio tour device. There’s a lot to see!
      • A seafood lunch or dinner on Marina Grande. You’ll find a great selection of humble family-owned restaurants and the view of the waterfront is just beautiful.  
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