a beautiful city found in the southern part of Italy,
a dream destination for just about any traveler. It is home to numerous
must-visit landmarks and tourist spots ranging from majestic architecture
to elegant cafes, restaurants and shops and much more.
The city is considered a gateway for travels to the Amalfi Coast,
the Island of
Capri as well as the city of Pompeii. It is very convenient
for travelers to visit the city because a number of hotels and lodgings
are available in the area. Most tourists reach the city through the Naples
International Airport, then travel to the city by bus or via the train
service called Circumvesuviana which goes from Naples to
A day or two is probably not enough to do all the activities
that are available in Sorrento. Make sure you spend enough time to really
enjoy this historic place. What you can do and where you can go is limitless,
depending on how adventurous you can be. A great start is to spend
time taking a splash in Naples Bay or, if you want to spend a romantic
night with your loved one or family, you can wander the pedestrian-only
streets during the night. Nothing beats enjoying this city in Italy at
night because of all the lights and the way Sorrento comes alive
during these times. You should also not miss seeing the ruins of Pompeii.
If you want to explore the island of Capri riding a motorcycle, it is easy
to rent motor scooters in the area and drive around the island of Capri
to see the place on your own time. Other things you can do in Capri include
enjoying a nature walk through the tree-lined walkways going to the Nature
Park. This will surely be a refreshing and relaxing experience if you want
to have some fresh air. Capri is also famous for its Blue Lagoon and cave
where you can find the bluest and clearest cave water imaginable.
You can also visit the National Museum in Naples where you can find remnants
and artwork from Pompeii. Some of the most famous landmarks in Sorrento
- the Piazza Angelina Lauro, one of Sorrento’s two main city squares
- Corso Italia which is the main street in Sorrento
- the Gulf of Naples, a huge body of water, about 18 km wide bounded
by Naples, Pompeii as well as the Sorrentine Peninsula
- and the Piazza Tasso, the main city square in the city of Sorrento.
There are many other historical, important and notable landmarks including
the Port of Sorrento, San Paolo Church, the Sorrento Cathedral, Vesuvius
Volcano and Villa Communal.
With all of these landmarks and tourist attractions, there
is no way you won’t enjoy your travel or vacation to Sorrento.
It’s a beautiful place to spend quality time either with yourself,
your loved one or family. There are many Sorrento
vacation rentals by owner that you can choose from. Rentals range
from condos, apartments, vacation
homes and villas.
If a beach
rental is your preference, Owner Direct can provide you options.
If you are travelling with your pets, we recommend the pet-friendly
rentals by owner.
Some other interesting nearby regions include Conca
Dei Marini, Furore,