Sorrento sits on the cliffs overlooking the water towards Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Steep cliffs and blue water always makes for stunning scenery and Sorrento is no exception to that rule. Such stunning scenery, in combination with a picturesque Italian village of terraced houses, was not bound to go unnoticed for long.
From the Sorrento Travel Guide
Great place. Don't plan on visiting too many other towns close by, as the closest one nearby is Sorrento, and that is an hour-long bus ride. We stayed in one of the mini-house type accommodations and we were thrilled with how much room we had and the value we got for what we paid. Our house had 6 beds, 2 full bathrooms and a kitchen. ... more
bungalows are very close to each other, very simple furniture, no tv and limited hours to eat ... more
Tuesday we took it easy, dropping down just two stops on the Circumvesuviana to the port town of Sorrento for some shopping, some eating, and some sightseeing. Here Debra and Allison eat some phenomenal Campanian apricots, with Vesuvius in the background: ...
Posted in The Millers Do Italy by elefantstn
Beautiful. Thursday 14th June - Sorrento Oh my goodness the last cruise day. We tendered about 8:30am to the most beautiful port of Sorrento. We were thrilled with this little port. It is absolutely ...
Posted in G & L Sweeting Italy 2012 by Sweeting6