The tarantella, the typical wild dance from southern Italy, comes from a common denominator from Puglia in the 17th century.
So small on the map, so close to the “giant” Naples, Sorrento can be reached by many different means. If you are planning your holiday here, follow our useful advice.
You can choose to take the trip in a single solution or with some stops along the way. In both cases, it will be an exciting experience.
Visiting Sorrento and its surroundings is easy, comfortable and funny if you know which public means of transport to rely on.
Hotel Central and Hotel Cristina offer wonderful swimming pool.
If you are enjoying your vacation in Sorrento – sun, sea, views, historical beauties – you might like to know something else.
The patron saint of Sorrento was born here. This is the reason why, on St Valentine’s Day here in Sorrento they celebrate another saint, Antonino Cacciottolo.
Have you ever imagine Sorrento in winter time? Have you ever tried to dream of it during the Christmas period?