Things You Can't Miss in Sorrento, Italy
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For its relaxed beaches, holiday atmosphere, and historic alleys dotted with affluent homes, Sorrento is worth a visit. The town’s center is the lively Piazza Tasso, encircled by streets with shops and restaurants. It’s a fascinating village where you can stroll around, unwind, and indulge in a little bit of la dolce vita. You can opt for top-notch accommodations with luxury villa rental on the Sorrento coast.

Sorrento Coast Parasailing Experience

Soar over the serene blue waves in a solo, tandem, or triple parasail flight. You can view the entire Bay of Naples from this vantage point and take in the breathtaking surroundings. When you arrive, the crew will take care of all your needs and outfit you with the most modern parasailing gear. Take in safety and procedural briefing before you go parasailing.

You will be gently lifted off the back deck as the specially designed parasailing boat leaves the dock. When you are in the air, take a seat back, unwind, and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Your instructor will gently re-board the boat with you and your parachute after you’ve flown for about 10 to 12 minutes.

Path of the God’s Hike

Take advantage of pick-up at a prearranged meeting location before traveling to the stunning Amalfi Coast to climb the Path of the Gods (Sentiero Degli Dei). Travel through paradise on the historic route that once connected Bomerano in Agerola, just outside of Naples, to the peaceful hamlet of Nocelle in Positano. The trail, named for the natural splendor of its surroundings, is regarded as one of the most stunning hiking routes on the entire globe. Meet local shepherds who provide milk or wood to outlying communities strewn over the hills and along the Tyrrhenian Sea coast as you explore the ruins of old farmhouses.

Amalfi and Positano Boat Tour

Amalfi and Positano Boat Tour

At 9:00 AM, your boat excursion will start after being picked up from your hotel. You’ll first cruise through Li Galli Island, the reputed setting for the myth of Ulysses and the Sirens. After that, you’ll have four hours to yourself to explore the Ancient Marine Republic of Amalfi on your boat. Don’t forget to visit the area’s top sights, including the Cathedral and the Cloister of Paradise. Next, spend some time sunning and swimming in the clear waters on the pebble beach. Additionally, you might wish to look for regional goods like the well-known limoncello and lemons from the Amalfi Coast. Then set sail for Positano, where you’ll have another hour and a half to yourself.

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius Tour

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius Tour

On a guided day excursion departing from Naples or Sorrento, explore the renowned Pompeii ruins and Mount Vesuvius. Take advantage of Pompeii’s skip-the-line access while observing the Bay of Naples from Vesuvius’ top. Before your guided walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Pompeii, you can avoid the ticket wait there. Visit the Roman Forum and the Temple of Apollo, as well as other well-preserved remains, artwork, mosaics, and frescoes, with your guide. Even take a quick look at plaster casts of city residents who were present during Vesuvius’ explosion in AD 79. Together with your guide, leave the archaeological site and explore the nearby stores and eateries. Select the lunch option for a three-course meal that includes an appetizer, a main course, a dessert, and one drink.

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