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This spot is an ease to get to but for some who may have mobility issues or not a regular exerciser you are better off taking alternate route to get here! This houses most trattatorias or restaurants that’s dishes out amazing freash locally caught produce...More
Walked down to the Marina Grande on our first venture into Sorrento after walking thro the cobbled streets of the centre. Whilst it wasn't a particularly good day weather wise there were still plenty of tourists and this didn't diminish the very Italian nature of...More
A short walk from the central part of Sorrento, you'll come across Marina Grande. A much smaller marina, then the one nearest to the centre, that receives the large passenger ferries and boats.
Full of small pleasure craft, a very small beach and plenty of...More
While it hurts me to say this it has to be done. Yes Sorrento is beautiful, yes the food is fantastic, yes the Italians are so friendly and welcoming but pollution on the Amalfi coast is being ignored to such an extent by officials and...More
My favourite place in sorrento. It's not changed much. Either follow road then path down from the tramontana, or pick up the road by the hospital. Keep going downhill and you can't go wrong. Lots of cheap places to eat, famous 3€ sardines, plus the...More
When in sorrento we have always gone to this beach. Although piccolo is the main beach it is just jettys and far too crowded and expensive.
Marina grande has plenty of fresh seafood eating places, reasonably priced shops which are cheap and plenty space on...More
We looked down on Marina Grande from our balcony at the Hotel Bristol and watched tiny people swimming, fishing boats coming in and out and people walking about. We eventually found our way down there, and it was well worth the walk. It is an...More
Marina Grande - a small City in the town.
When you stand on the stairs on the Way down to Marina Grande - you stand immediately silent - the view beyond the Marina is indescribable - you think your eyes are lying.
All that light,...More
Response from GlasGal549 | Reviewed this property |
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina... More
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina Grande. Further along just passed the hospital on the right there is also a road (via de mare) down to the Marina. The road maybe an easier walk however beware of traffic. Otherwise get a taxi. Hotels may be able to provide you with a map which would help.