Sorrento is one of Italy’s most popular holiday destinations. Located on one of the world’s most impressive and scenic coastlines it offers fantastic excursion opportunities, the ever welcoming and vivacious buzz of the Italian people, mouth-watering cuisine and wines and enjoys a wonderful Mediterranean climate. A world renowned holiday resort set on a spectacular headland with magical views of the Bay of Naples, Capri and Ischia. The elevated position above the sea offers up panoramic views of rolling hills, rugged coastline and crystal clear blue waters. The old town is full of charm with a wealth of bars, restaurants, boutiques and ancient buildings. Life centres around the famous square ‘Piazza Tasso’ which comes to life at night.
Positano is an exclusive and picturesque vertical cliffside town where the roads are replaced by steep flights of steps leading to smart restaurants and chic colourful boutiques. It is believed the town dates back as far as the 9th century. The vibrant town life, sun bleached pastel-hued villas and enchanting landscape will take your breath away. Spiaggia Grande is one of the largest beaches on the Amalfi Coast and one of the most glamourous attracting a chic and fashionable crowd and possibly the odd celebrity or two! Fornillo beach is a little more peaceful and can be reached via a coastal path from Spiaggia Grande. This romantic town is ideal for couples and honeymooners with magnificent views over the Mediterranean.
The glorious island of Capri lies south to the Bay of Naples. Just 10 square km it is a magical place steeped in history and culture, attracting visitors from all over the world. In fact it’s been attracting visitors since Roman times! Sample its chic lifestyle, gourmet cuisine, sophisticated shops and soak up that Mediterranean sun on one of its pebbly coves and bays. Capri can be reached by a ferry boat from Sorrento.
Amalfi is situated on the Sorrento Peninsula and lies in a deep ravine surrounded by dramatic cliffs and magnificent coastal scenery. Historic and stylish this small ancient town that is easily discovered on foot was once a maritime superpower! It continues to attract and enchant holidaymakers just as it did in the days of the Grand Tour. It is the main town on the coast with many shops, restaurants and cafes and has a small pebbly beach.