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Sorrento is a charming coastal town located in the Campania region of Italy. It is a popular destination for tourists due to its beautiful architecture, stunning views of the Bay of Naples, and delicious cuisine. The town is famous for its lemons, and you can try the local specialty, limoncello, in many of the bars and restaurants. Sorrento is also a great base for exploring the nearby Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, and Capri. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a cultural adventure, Sorrento is definitely worth a visit.


Things to do in Sorrento

Via San Cesareo

Via San Cesareo

Walk along Via San Cesareo, one of the oldest streets in town, until you reach Sedil Dominova. This was once the gathering place for Sorrento's high society and is now the headquarters of the Società di Mutuo Soccorso. From here, take Via Reginaldo Giuliani down to the entrance to the Villa Comunale park, where you'll find the Church of San Francesco on your right.

Marina Grande

Marina Grande

Marina Grande is the perfect place to stop for lunch. (Don't confuse it with the bustling ferry port of Marina Piccola.) There are numerous waterfront eateries here, specialized in local cuisine featuring fresh fish and seafood. Our favorite restaurants and trattorias in Marina Grande are: Da Emilia: traditional cuisine in a family-run restaurant Bagni Sant'Anna: fish and seafood with a contemporary twist Bagni Delfino: classic dishes and an unforgettable view

Cloister of San Francesco d’Assisi

Cloister of San Francesco d’Assisi

The Cloister of San Francesco is located in a beautiful position in Sorrento, near the Sant’Antonino square and the public gardens of the town, that overlooks amazingly the Gulf of Naples. One of Sorrento’s oldest monuments. Located adjacent to the church of the same name and the Villa Comunale, this captivating structure from the 14th century exhibits an architecture that is nothing short of unique.

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