Sorrento Guides

Guide to Sorrento

Famous for its golden sandy beaches and mouthwateringly good limoncello!

Sorrento is the perfect place to unwind and get a taste of that dolce vita. With a couple of nights here, be sure to take a tour of the beautiful cloisters and cathedrals before popping to a liqueur tasting to cool off!

Facts About Sorrento

Cultural Hotspots

Chiostro di San Francisco

A gorgeous 14th century monastery like this deserves to be visited! The cloisters are not only a serene hideaway to rest your weary bones, but also play host to concerts and theatrical performances from time to time.

I Giardini di Cataldo

What’s a trip to Sorrento without a little limoncello? This mini citrus grove is probably the most well-known in the city and is open to tours and tastings in its gardens and factory.

Sorrento Cathedral

This Romanesque-style 11th-century cathedral is brimming with glowing marble alcoves and rich works of art by Italian painters like Nicola Malinconico and Giacomo del Po.

Top Attractions

Pompeii

Take a day trip to the famous archaeological site.

Amalfi Coast

The picturesque, sparkling coast of Sorrento.

Bagni della Regina Giovanna

Also known as Baths of the Queen Giovanna.

Trips to Sorrento