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Discover 16 places to see in Sorrento

Admire the most beautiful places of Sorrento and add them to your basket. YAMGU will create your trip considering distances, opening hours and weather.


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Italy Course

Corso Italy is the main street of Sorrento. If you feel like shopping, local products and not, here you will find numerous negozie negozioetti with all you can wish for. Also great to stop for a break and eat lunch or dinner.


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Piazza Tasso, Sorrento

Piazza Tasso is a central place and square in Sorrento in the south of Italy. The square is named after the poet Torquato Tasso.
In the main square, well known as Largo of the Caste, is the Baroque Church del Carmine, within its interior a painting by Onofrio Avellino. On the square stands a statue of S. Antonino Abbate. From the square you come onto the shopping street Via San Cesareo.
Also near Piazza Tasso is the Palazzo Correale now also a museum, Museum Correale.

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Piazza Tasso
Piazzo Tasso
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Images Statue of S. Antonino Abbate





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Villa Comunale

The Sorrento Town House is one of those places you must see in a visit to the city. In addition to the park, pushing yourself a little 'more inside, you will reach a magnificent terrace that opens right on the sea with a magnificent view. Time recommended if you love photography and the excitement is definitely the sunset! You will have the chance to see the entire Gulf of Naples and the majestic Mount Vesuvius.


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Bagni della Regina Giovanna

The Queen Giovanna Baths are a wonderful natural basin surrounded by rocks and in whose attractions include the ruins of the Villa of Pollio Felice, from Roman times.

The Giovanna Baths are so named in honor of Joan of Anjou, queen of Naples in the first half of the fourteenth century. IT is said that the queen loved to spend time with her own lovers here in the natural pool formed by the reefs, naked but hidden from view.

A magnificent rock arch separates the natural pool from access to the sea, the waters are refreshing and both here and a little further on, in Punta del Capo, you can


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Museobottega of Tarsialignea

The SUIT is a private museum, which was opened to the public in 1999, in the Palace (1700) Saad Pomarici, located in the historic centre of Sorrento. During the restoration of the building for conversion to Museum were brought to light various architectural and decorative details of the original plant, including frescoes and ceilings covered with hand-painted paper. The exhibition of the collection of ancient and modern intarsia was designed to articulate on four floors of the building an educational path that could document, through distinct sections, L'arte della tarsia lignea in its many fa


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Marina Grande

Marina Grande, ancient fishermen, the smallest port of Sorrento and also the oldest. It is a bit 'more out of the city center but definitely worth a visit. Here troveret the scented air from the lemons with the typical terraces overlook the pier. Sit back and take a break, the fresh sea air will caress you and you can watch the boats and the fishermen at work.

Marina Grande is also famous for being the location of the 1955 film "Bread, Love and Dreams" with Sophia Loren.


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San Francesco cloister

the cloister of San Francesco, is a unique construction comprised of a particularly striking architecture. A XIV century early style later influenced by different ages, contains remains from pagan temples and other ancient settlements. The San Francesco cloister is among the oldest monuments of Sorrento which, even today, can be visited.
Restored in the early decades of the 20th century, the structure is rinfiorata. With the colors of a harmonious vegetation, the cloister of San Francesco is particularly relaxing and at the same time a somewhat mystical magical luongo.
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Vallone dei Mulini

Vallone dei Mulini (known in English as Valley of the Mills) is a historic valley in Sorrento, Italy.

History

Its name derived from its beginning function: to grind grain. The valley originates from the antediluvian waters in a tufa plane about 37,000 years ago, following the eruption of the Campi Flegrei. A sawmill was attached, providing sawn. It was in operation until the beginning of the tenth century. In 1866, Piazza Tasso was established, and it caused the mill and the surrounding sea to be isolated.

Geography

It is located behind Piazza Tasso. The valley is carved by two rivers: Casarlano


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