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We visited 15th October and arrived there at about 10am. We were lucky enough to have the place to ourselves. It was such a beautiful little place.
The sun doesn’t come round til about midday but we didn’t mind! (It was still warmer than our...More
Heard about this place from a colleague at work. This was about a 20 minute walk from our BnB off of Via Capo outside of Sorrento proper. The remains of an Roman villa are not much to see though it's interesting to check out. This...More
We are on a whirlwind 4 day trip to Sorrento and the kids (8 & 6 years old) wanted to go to a beach. Problem is there aren’t really beaches in this area. I’m so glad I found this place on Trip advisor. It is...More
Incredible place! Must seen. Take a bus at the train station (ticket office in a coffee beside info point at corao italia). 10 minutes from the station. Ask the bus driver to stop at regina giovanna, walk down for 15min. There are teo nice places...More
Easy and cheap to get to by bus, destination is Capo. It is an incredibly steep descent, and no cafes or loos on the way. The views were amazing and lots of people with picnics and bathing in the sea. If you're not swimming it...More
We were staying in a hotel nearby so decided to visit this place relatively early one morning. The walk on the main road was a bit risky but we weren't on it for long. You turn right just before the petrol station down a paved...More
wonderful location to hike to and swim. a very long walk down and back and a moderately difficult hike to the water and back, but well worth it only if you are not physically challenged. take the yellow bus there from the train station area...More
It’s about 45 min walk from the historic center of Sorrento. Most of it you’re sharing the road with scooters and cars as there is no pavement for pedestrians.
There’s a beautiful cove that’s connected to the sea, the ruins of a Roman villa and...More
Heard about this...sooo worth the 15/20 min walk down (bring good walking sandals/runners the path is narrow, uneven) last few steps are steep and slanted BUT so amazing this grotto has ruins around it and made even more famous by a well known Queen of...More
We walked here from Sorrento using a route in the Sunflower book. It was quite a hike, but it was worth it.
Most people seem to be here for a swim in the sea. Although that wasn't why we came here, it looks like a...More