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...
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...
Think locked-eyes-over-cocktails time. This is the place to impress your partner with cocktails (from €7) on the terrace, surrounded by...
Founded in 1947 and still run by the same family, this is an atmospheric, mildly scuffed spot overlooking the fishing boats in Marina...
Via Marina Grande · interesting places nearby
Marina Grande information
The closest thing to a spiaggia (beach) is the pleasant sandy stretch at the harbour at Marina Grande; if you want to just loll in the sun, nearby jetties sport the ubiquitous umbrellas and deckchairs. While it’s far smaller than the island of Procida in the Bay of Naples, this former fishing district has a glimmer of similarity with its pastel-coloured houses, brightly painted boats and fishermen mending nets.
There are some earthy seafood restaurants here as well, serving fish from the morning’s catch.