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Arts & Crafts in Sorrento

Stinga

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 c…
Fashion & Accessories in Sorrento

Bottega 21

This is the Sorrento branch of Neapolitan leather workshop Bottega 21, known for its stylish, handcrafted leather goods. Shop for fetching totes, handbags, duffel bags and backpacks, nifty tobacco pouches, wallets, …
Fashion & Accessories in Sorrento

Autori Capresi

If money isn't an issue, pop into unisex Autori Capresi for a serious costiera (coastal) makeover. Handmade by Campanian tailors, its casually chic linen creations include trousers, shirts and kaftans, not to mentio…
Ceramics in Sorrento

Terrerosse

Inspired by local marine life, history and mythology, Alessandro Ottone and his partner Enrica Cerchia create some of Sorrento's most idiosyncratic, textural ceramics. Fish pop out of plates, and surfaces are often …
Antiques in Sorrento

La Feluca

If you're after an obscure memento, make a pit stop at this little treasure trove. You'll find everything from historic photographs of Sorrento and Campania, to old Italian advertising posters, plus the odd sculptur…
Arts & Crafts in Sorrento

Gargiulo & Jannuzzi

Dating from 1863, this old-fashioned warehouse-shop is a classic. Knowledgeable assistants guide you through the three floors of locally made goods, ranging from ceramic crockery to intarsio wooden pieces, embroider…
Shoes in Sorrento

La Rapida

There are numerous shops selling leather sandals in the centro storico, but head to the far end of Via Fuoro and you’ll find this tiny, old-fashioned cobbler. It doesn’t have a huge range, but the quality’s as good …