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Holidays in Sorrento will see you bask in the majesty of what is considered one of the most beautiful and picturesque corners in Europe. Located on the stunning Italian Neopolitan Riviera, Sorrento and its surrounding towns and waterfronts are the perfect spots for romantic holidays, couples’ getaways and family holidays. The cobblestone streets running throughout this chic resort are packed with quaint cafes, upmarket restaurants and stylish boutiques, alongside terraces flourishing with glorious flora. Stroll the pedestrian-only streets shopping for souvenirs and be sure to enjoy a shot of limoncello, the local sweet and syrupy lemon liqueur available in all manner of different flavours.

 

Sorrento holidays will have you admiring spectacular views of the azure Bay of Naples from Villa Comunale, Sorrento’s largest public park sitting pretty on the rugged clifftop and discovering traditional fishing harbour of Marina Grande to catch a glimpse of Mount Vesuvius in the distance. Then there is the food, with Sorrento home to some of the finest renditions of pizza and pasta in the whole of Italy.

 

Make your Italian escape memorable with a sailing trip to the gorgeous island of Capri, or drive along the Amalfi coast and soak up views of the vibrant landscape as you go, while Pompeii is a popular day trip destination if you want to learn about the area’s rich history. If you're looking for a sophisticated stay in the sun, Sorrento holidays are the perfect choice.

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Places to go and things to do in Sorrento Coast

Shop In The Via San Cesareo

Shop In The Via San Cesareo

A leisurely stroll down this beautiful street will give you the opportunity to pick up some mouth-watering morsels to take home with you - if you can hold on to them for that long without eating them, of course! Walnuts, olive oil and limoncello are very popular buys here. There are handicrafts available, too.

Sip Limoncello At A Terrace Bar

Sorrento is famous for its production of the sweet citrus liqueur, Limoncello. Made from the zest of Sorrento lemons, it is a perfect treat for an after-dinner digestif and a popular choice on the menu! Grab a table at one of the bars or cafes in the Piazza Tasso and watch the world go by as you sip this tasty and refreshing drink.

Sorrento Beach

While the centre of Sorrento is high up in the cliffs, the beaches beneath the resort are a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. It’s a steep but pleasant descent, and once you’re at the bottom you can enjoy Leonelli’s Beach. The pretty Marina Piccola is also worth a visit.

Sorrento by Horse and Carriage

If you head to the Piazzo Tasso, you'll see plenty of horse-drawn carriages waiting to take you on a pleasant ride around the town. It’s a perfect option if you’d like a romantic ride for two, especially as the sun sets. Journey through the quaint streets and enjoy rows of colourful shops and trattorias, and stop to visit the ornate Basilica.

Places to go and things to do in Sorrento Coast

Shop In The Via San Cesareo

Shop In The Via San Cesareo


A leisurely stroll down this beautiful street will give you the opportunity to pick up some mouth-watering morsels to take home with you - if you can hold on to them for that long without eating them, of course! Walnuts, olive oil and limoncello are very popular buys here. There are handicrafts available, too.

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Sip Limoncello At A Terrace Bar

Sip Limoncello At A Terrace Bar


Sorrento is famous for its production of the sweet citrus liqueur, Limoncello. Made from the zest of Sorrento lemons, it is a perfect treat for an after-dinner digestif and a popular choice on the menu! Grab a table at one of the bars or cafes in the Piazza Tasso and watch the world go by as you sip this tasty and refreshing drink.

Read More
Sorrento Beach

Sorrento Beach


While the centre of Sorrento is high up in the cliffs, the beaches beneath the resort are a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. It’s a steep but pleasant descent, and once you’re at the bottom you can enjoy Leonelli’s Beach. The pretty Marina Piccola is also worth a visit.

Read More
Sorrento by Horse and Carriage

Sorrento by Horse and Carriage


If you head to the Piazzo Tasso, you'll see plenty of horse-drawn carriages waiting to take you on a pleasant ride around the town. It’s a perfect option if you’d like a romantic ride for two, especially as the sun sets. Journey through the quaint streets and enjoy rows of colourful shops and trattorias, and stop to visit the ornate Basilica.

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