Chiesa di Sant’Agata

Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi

Located in the centre of the village, enjoy the cool decorative interior of this 17th-century parish church, famed for its polychrome marble altar, an exquisite work of inlaid marble, mother-of-pearl, lapis lazuli and malachite.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi attractions

1. Convento del Deserto

0.46 MILES

This hulking convent is located 1.5km uphill from the village centre. It was founded in the 17th century by Carmelite friars, but since 1983 it has been…

2. Il Vallone dei Mulino

1.13 MILES

Just behind Piazza Tasso, a vertiginous natural phenomenon is on view from Via Fuorimura. Il Vallone dei Mulino is a deep mountain cleft that dates from a…

3. Villa Fiorentino

1.13 MILES

Completed in the mid-1930s and recently restored, the gracious, neoclassical Villa Fiorentino is a venue for high-quality temporary art exhibitions and…

4. Duomo

1.15 MILES

Sorrento's cathedral features a striking exterior fresco, a triple-tiered bell tower, four classical columns and an elegant majolica clock. Inside, take…

5. Centro Storico

1.18 MILES

A major hub for shops, restaurants and bars, recently pedestrianised Corso Italia is the main thoroughfare shooting east-west through the bustling centro…

6. Palazzo Correale

1.18 MILES

Built in the 14th century, the Palazzo Correale features a fetching Gothic-Catalan facade, complete with mullioned windows in dark tuff stone. The window…

7. Palazzo Veniero

1.19 MILES

Tucked away on one of Sorrento's original Graeco-Roman decumani (main streets), the Palazzo Veniero is considered a rare and precious example of Arab…

8. Sedile Dominova


Incongruously wedged between racks of lemon-themed souvenir merchandise, this 15th-century domed palazzo (mansion) has exquisite, albeit faded, original…