This is our home, our land and since the time of the Grand Tour, we are used to welcoming people from all over the world, ready to open the doors of our city to show everyone how beautiful it is. Discover it with us!
From piazza Tasso it is possible to start a nice walk through the historic center of Sorrento, not before having overlooked the sea right under the famous flags, a meeting point for hundreds of people every day. You can continue on Corso Italia or walk through the alleys that start from Piazza Tasso or Piazza Sant’Antonino, meeting shops, shops and excellent restaurants.
Located in via Santa Maria della Pietà, it is dedicated to San Filippo and San Giacomo and is famous for its inlaid ceiling and the marble of its arches.
It is possible to visit it every day, except during religious services. Appropriate clothing is recommended
In the heart of the historic center there is this gem for connoisseurs: the museum dedicated to the ancient art of wood carving of which Sorrento is the capital and over the years has managed to revive the decorative arts sector of Sorrento.
The Bottega Museum is open every day except Mondays from 10 to 13 and from 16 to 19.30 and the cost of the ticket is 8 euros per person.
Not far from the Villa di Sorrento (from which a public lift leading to the port of Sorrento departs) is the Cloister of San Francesco, a perfect good retreat to take refuge in search of peace and silence. The Cloister is part of a larger complex that includes the Church and Monastery. The Cloister is also famous all over the world for being one of the most requested wedding locations for civil ceremonies in Sorrento. It is open every day from 7 to 19, admission is free.
Built at the behest of the Sorrento aristocracy, it is located in via S. Cesareo and was the seat of the Sorrento workers’ society.
Its large frescoed vault has been recently restored and in the Christmas period it houses a typical Neapolitan nativity scene.
It is the Museum of Sorrento: a 4-storey building that collects various artistic testimonies: paintings, ceramics, jewels, inlaid objects, porcelain from the fifteenth century onwards. In addition to having a beautiful garden overlooking the sea which is another of the most popular wedding locations in Sorrento.
The cost of the ticket is 8 euros but the Museum is currently closed.
It is the most iconic beach in Sorrento, because it stands on the remains of an ancient Roman villa, built during the domination of the Emperor Domitian and then made famous by the legend that tells that Queen Giovanna came here to hide with her lover. Set among the rocks this is certainly the most beautiful place to swim in Sorrento.