Bagni Regina Giovanna
Sorrento lacks a decent beach, so consider heading to Bagni Regina Giovanna, a rocky beach with clear, clean water about 2km west of...
Sorrento Cooking School
You can opt for a serious culinary vacation here or one of the popular three-hour classes (€60), learning to make such Italian staples...
Basilica di Sant’Antonino
Named after the patron saint of Sorrento, the oldest church in town dates from the 11th century. A few Roman artefacts have ended up...
The southern-Italian equivalent of a London old-time music hall, Teatro Tasso is home to the Sorrento Musical, a sentimental 75-minute...
Ristorante il Buco
Housed in a former monks’ wine cellar, this dress-up restaurant offers far-from-monastic cuisine. The emphasis is on innovative regional...
Via Luigi de Maio 16 · interesting places nearby
Well worth seeking out, this place sells distinctive inlaid-wood items made in Sorrento by the same family of craftsmen (and women) for three generations. The pieces are highly original, especially in their use of colour and design, which is often mosaic or geometric. Fine jewellery, including coral pieces, is also on display, made by family member Amulè.