Sorrento and the Sorrentine Peninsula

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  • 1. Basilica di Sant'Antonino

    Gracing Piazza Sant'Antonino and one of the largest churches in Sorrento, the Basilica di Sant'Antonino honors the city's patron saint, St. Anthony the Abbot. The...Read More

  • 2. Capo di Sorrento and the Bagno della Regina Giovanna

    Just 2 km (1 mile) west of Sorrento, turn right off Statale 145 toward the sea, and then park and walk a few minutes through...Read More

  • 3. Convento di San Francesco

    Near the Villa Comunale gardens and sharing its view over the Bay of Naples, the convent is celebrated for its 12th-century cloister. Filled with greenery...Read More

  • 4. Duomo dei SS Filippo e Giacomo

    Ancient, but rebuilt from the 15th-century right up to 1924, the town's cathedral follows a Latin-cross design; its nave and two side aisles are divided...Read More

  • 5. Il Convento di San Paolo al Deserto

    Sant'Agata's most famous vantage point is on the far north side of the hill, where an ancient Greek sanctuary is said—somewhat fancifully—to have been dedicated...Read More

  • 6. Marina Grande

    Close to the historic quarter (but not that close—many locals prefer to use the town bus to shuttle up and down the steep hill), the...Read More

  • 7. Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea

    The 18th-century Palazzo Pomaranci Santomasi houses an assorted collection of the celebrated Sorrentine decorative art of intarsia, or intarsi (inlays), comprising mainly 19th-century furniture and...Read More

  • 8. Museo Correale di Terranova

    In an 18th-century villa with a lovely garden, on land given to the patrician Correale family by Queen Joan of Anjou in 1428, this museum...Read More

  • 9. Palazzo Correale

    Just off the southeast corner of Piazza Tasso, this palazzo was built in the 14th century in Catalan style but transformed into a Rococo-era showstopper,...Read More

  • 10. Parcheggio Achille Lauro

    The municipal parking facility is in a convenient central location....Read More

  • 11. Parco dei Principi

    Sant'Agnello's two most famous estates sit side by side. In the early 19th century, the Jesuit Cocumella monastery was transformed into a hotel, welcoming the...Read More

  • 12. Piazza della Vittoria

    Tree-shaded Piazza della Vittoria is book-ended by two fabled hotels, the Bellevue Syrene and the Imperial Hotel Tramontano, one wing of which was home to...Read More

  • 13. Piazza Tasso

    This was the site of Porta Catello, the summit of the old walls that once surrounded the city. Today it remains a symbolic portal to...Read More

  • 14. Santa Maria delle Grazie

    Today's travelers head to Sant'Agata less for the sublime beauties of Il Deserto than for its lodging options and to dine at Don Alfonso 1890,...Read More

  • 15. Sedile Dominova

    Enchanting showpiece of the Largo Dominova—the little square that is the heart of Sorrento's historic quarter—the Sedile Dominova is a picturesque open loggia with expansive...Read More

  • 16. Villa Comunale

    The largest public park in Sorrento sits on a cliff top overlooking the entire Bay of Naples. It offers benches, flowers, palms, and people-watching, plus...Read More

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