Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea
Since the 18th century, Sorrento has been famous for its intarsio furniture, made with elaborately designed inlaid wood. Some wonderful...
Sorrento Cooking School
You can opt for a serious culinary vacation here or one of their popular four-hour classes (€60) learning to make such Italian staples...
To get a feel for Sorrento’s history, stroll down Via Pietà from Piazza Tasso and past two medieval palaces en route to the cathedral...
The vast upstairs garden terrace, with its orange trees and dazzle of bougainvillea, is a delight and attracts a primarily expat crowd...
Owner Franco Coppola (no relation to that movie man) exudes a real passion for showcasing local produce – the restaurant is a member of...
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Lonely Planet review
It’s too large and bright for a romantic dinner for two but locals continue to recommend this place for its down-to-earth, well-prepared dishes, particularly the seafood, such as mussels with garlic and parsley, and grilled squid.