We are talking about a place of colours, mysteries, legends, traditions, cuisine, culture, events and natural beauties, Sorrento has always enchanted, amazed and induced people to return, and it is a city to be lived in all 365 days of the year.
A legend by the historian Diodorus Siculus, who attributed the foundation of the city to Liparo, son of Ausone and nephew of Ulysses and the sorceress Circe, is reported about its origins. The most important places to visit in Sorrento are the characteristic old town centre with its narrow streets rich in history and craftsmanship, where you can taste the famous Limoncello, the fascinating Cloister of San Francesco d'Assisi, the venue for civil weddings, exhibitions and musical events, the imposing Romanesque cathedral, the Villa Comunale, from which you can admire the Gulf of Naples with Vesuvius in the background, and the charming village of Marina Grande, with its picturesque scenery, the restaurants overlooking the sea and the typical local cuisine.
Moreover, Sorrento serves as the perfect gateway for boat tours, conveniently situated halfway between the Amalfi Coast and the island of Capri. Embarking on a boat tour from Sorrento allows travelers to explore the stunning coastal landscapes, hidden coves, and azure waters that characterize this enchanting region. Whether cruising along the Amalfi Coast or setting sail towards the captivating allure of Capri, Sorrento's strategic location makes it an ideal starting point for maritime adventures, adding yet another dimension to the city's allure.
We are talking about a little town set into the rocky cliffside overlooking the sea, it is known as the vertical town, it is full of narrow streets and houses placed one behind the other, creating a labyrinth of colours. Positano is one of the most evocative is one of the most attractive destinations for both national and international tourism thanks to its attractions, characteristic beaches, natural and architectural beauties, shopping streets and an extraordinary culinary tradition. In 1997, the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The most ancient maritime republic is the symbolic place of the Amalfi Coast. Because of its breath-taking beauty and all it has to offer, this wonderful coastline was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. The town overlooks the sea with its beautiful ensemble of houses clinging to the rock, narrow streets, arches, ancient towers, beautiful views and sheer cliffs. Worth visiting is the majestic Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, which rises above the square to which it is connected by a steep flight of steps.
It is an ancient medieval village, known all over the world for its history, its fine monuments, the wonderful Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, for the magic of its landscapes and patrician homes. It is a is a land of enchantment, as described by the most illustrious travellers of all times who chose it as the "Home of the Spirit". Only by visiting Ravello is it possible to experience intense moments of magical wonder!