The view is beautiful, overlooking the gulf of Naples, it goes from the Campi Flegrei to the islands of Ischia, Procida, Capri, dominated by the Vesuvius National Park.
Sorrento captivates and enchants with aromas of orange and lemon trees, olive trees with the dark twisted trunks and silver leaves that move slowly, with a slight sound, the wind from the sea, born from rocks of a volcano.
Sorrento has interesting monuments including the remains Roman villas, il Duomo (XI sec.), The Villa Correale (museum), Palazzo Vernier (XIII sec.) And the cloister of San Francesco (XIV century).
The town is characterized by a maze of narrow streets onto which features artisans' shops and some houses still retain the original medieval look, stuck together with terraces and balconies.
Sorrento today represents excellence for the hospitality in the tourism sector, thanks to the geographical position that allows you to quickly reach the nearby islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida and world-famous archaeological sites such as Pompeii and Herculaneum.