Sorrento Points of Interest and Places to Visit

Sorrento

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Sorrento Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

The bustling port of Sorrento is a popular stop for cruise lines exploring Italy's southern coast of Campania. Sorrento, perched high on the clifftop above ...  Read more

Marina Grande

Sorrento's tiny fishing village of Marina Grande is known for its colorful wooden boats bobbing in the harbor, and local fishermen still mend their nets by ...  Read more

Piazza Tasso

Sitting astride the steep gorge that once divided the cliff-top center of Sorrento, Piazza Tasso is the pulsating heart of one of Italy’s most popular seaside ...  Read more

Ravello

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 35 Reviews

Tiny Ravello, an idyllic village along the Amalfi Coast, has a long history and vibrant cultural life. Founded by Romans in the sixth century, this ...  Read more

Mt Vesuvius

4.5 star rating: Recommended 198 Reviews

Looming above the Bay of Naples, Mt. Vesuvius erupted in AD 79 and covered Pompeii in ash, preserving parts of the ancient city that can still be seen today. ...  Read more

Basilica di Sant’Antonino

The patron saint of Sorrento is Sant’Antonino, so it’s not surprising that there is a large church in his honour found on the square which also bears his name, ...  Read more

Baths of the Queen Giovanna (Bagni della Regina Giovanna)

Sorrento is known for its coastal views, scenic landscapes and beautiful beaches. But perhaps none are more iconic—or remote—than Bagni della Regina Giovanna ...  Read more

Cloister of San Francesco (Chiostro di San Francesco)

Sorrento’s Cloister of San Francesco is an oasis of tranquility steps away from the historic town’s bustling central piazza of Sant’Antonino. The cloister ...  Read more

Correale di Terranova Museum

The picturesque seaside town of Sorrento is a popular retreat from gritty Naples across the bay, and a great base from which to explore the nearby Amalfi ...  Read more

Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo)

Tucked beneath the famous highway that skirts Italy's Amalfi Coast, the Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo) is one of the most popular attractions on this ...  Read more

Faito Mountain (Monte Faito)

Named for the beech trees that blanket its slopes, Faito Mountain inside the Lattari Mountains Regional Park offers some of the best hiking opportunities in ...  Read more

Positano

Positano on Amalfi Coast is famous for the brightly painted houses which tumble down its dramatic cliffside. This former fishing village along Italy’s ...  Read more

Praiano

Tucked between Amalfi Coast superstars Positano and Amalfi, tiny Praiano has managed to retain the feel of a sleepy fishing village, with a slower pace and ...  Read more

Punta del Capo

Jutting out from the Sorrentine Peninsula into the Gulf of Naples is a rocky promontory known as the Punta del Capo, or the Capo di Sorrento. It’s located a ...  Read more

Spaggia Grande Beach

The main beach of beautiful Positano, don’t expect to ever have Spaggia Grande Beach all to yourself. The town is the Amalfi Coast’s main tourist attraction ...  Read more

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