Luigi, Livia and the dogs know how to make guests feel at home in the Banana Split bar. It’s the place where locals and...Read More
This classy little hangout in the corner of the main square is prime people-watching turf. In the mornings, it’s a top... Read More
Sorrento's full of places to buy souvenirs that come with the local seal of approval. For delicate embroidered lace and... Read More
Sorrento does have a couple of small patches of beach here. One's at Marina Picc... Read More
Pizza originates from round these parts so you can expect stone-baked, wood-fire... Read More
Pizzas in the south of Italy must be tried. Stop off at one of the hrabourside a... Read More
When the sun goes down, the bars and clubs in the centre of Sorrento come alive ... Read More
The hills and coastline around Sorrento are lined with well-marked walking trail... Read More
Foodies will love the shops on Via San Cesareo. Here, you’ll find places piled h... Read More
At night, Sorrento’s not one for sleeping. Evenings start with an aperitif at on... Read More
If you’re craving sand, Sorrento can sort you out with a couple of tiny, grey pa... Read More
This place is a local institution – it’s been in the same family since 1868. On ... Read More
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