Exploring Sorrento, Amalfi Coast & Surroundings

Exploring Sorrento, Amalfi Coast & Surroundings
Discover the best places to explore near Amalfi Coast with curated recommendations from our team of travel experts.

Amalfi Coast

One of Italy's most spectacular coastlines begins after Sorrento, runs through Positano and continues until it reaches Amalfi. Looking along the tall cliffs and down into the sapphire sea, takes your breath away.







Sorrento Coast

Sorrento offers wonderful views of the entire bay of Naples and the Island of Capri. There are beautiful beaches, bars surrounding Piazza Tasso, great shops and a fragrant citrus purfume from near-by trees.






Capri Island

Capri offers panormamic vistas at every turn, picturesque eateries with local seafood and blue grottos hidden under the limestone cliffs. A trip to Capri is ideal for a one-day excursion from Sorrento with the hydrofoil.






Caserta Royal Palace

Caserta's enchanting Royal Palace, with gardens and spectacular fountains, was acquired in 18th century by Bourbons. The palace has 1,200 rooms, rich in chandeliers, frescoes and tapestries.






Pompeii & Paestum

With its white marble temples dating back to 6th century BC, Paestum provides a Greek experience in Italy.The ruins of Pompeii show an ancient Roman city destroyed by the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD.







Naples in the Sunshine

“Bella Napoli”, where the pizza Margherita was born, is renowned for the character of its people who say “see Naples and then die”. Admire the impressive panorama and the former Royal family palace in Piazza Plebicito.






Shopping on the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi coast offers unique local, hand-crafted produce; varieties of limoncello (lemon liquer), coral jewellery and artifacts, inlaid wooden pictures and jewellery boxes, ceramics and real leather shoes.






Rome Eternal City

This eternal city is magnificent and overwhelming, full of piazzas with renowned statues and fountains. Its ancient monuments and artistic wonders include the Colosseum, St Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel.