Sorrento Guide

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Sorrento Guide

Sorrento has been a tourist spot since Roman times, and it continues to draw the crowds throughout the summer months. You can jostle for position on the beaches or many piers, or just walk around, taking in the air and the other tourists, and lasciviously eyeing up the boats in the harbour and the marinas.

In town, you can find the Museo Correale de Terranova, which houses examples of local woodwork and archaeological discoveries from the surrounding area. As darkness falls, the bars fill up and the town comes out to play. Whilst there you have to sample the local delicacy, limoncello, a strong-flavoured liqueur made from the rinds of the Sorrento lemon. It’s traditionally drunk after dinner, but no one will give you funny looks for going straight for it. Despite its beauty and tranquility, you’ll probably want to explore the surrounding area including the ancient ruins of Pompeii and the magnificent cliffs and coves along the Amalfi Coast

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Sant’Agnello is the perfect place to stay during a trip to Campania, away from the hustle and bustle of Naples, but within easy distance of all the nearby attractions and sites.