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Penisola Sorrentina

Sorrento carefullied lay down between the green of hills and the blue of the sea, it has always been one of the greateast attractions in Southern Italy.

The city has Greek's origin, and it was center of holiday already at the time of the Roman Empire, in fact, still today in Sorrento is possible to find ancient roman villas and the old city walls as testimonial of it. The City also constitutes the ideal position for tourists coming from every part of the world, in order to program excursions towards Capri, Ischia, Positano and Amalfi.

Sorrento also has inspired poets and musicians between which the most loved they were Caruso and Torquato Tasso.


1) FROM ROME BY CAR: Coming along the A1 Motorway Rome-Naples; once in Naples, take the A3 Motorway Naples-Salerno and go street on until the exit Castellammare di Stabia; take the exit to Castellammare di Stabia and follow the sign to Peninsula Sorrentina.

2) FROM ROME AIRPORT BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: There's a shuttle that connects the Airport with the main railway station in Rome. From the main station there are several trains to Naples (the trip takes approximately 2 hours). In alternative, (only on week days) the "Marozzi" bus leaves from Tiburtina train station at 7:00 am and 03:00 pm: the bus takes directly to Sorrento.

3) FROM NAPLES CAPODICHINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT BY CAR: From Naples Capodichino Airport follow the A3 Motorway Naples-Salerno, in the Salerno direction; exit at Castellammare di Stabia; once in Castellammare di Stabia follow the National Road 145 (SS 145) as far as Sorrento which is about 48 kms away from Naples.
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4) TO SORRENTO BY BOAT OR HYDROFOILS: From Naples harbour (Molo Beverello), Ischia and Capri you can reach Sorrento harbour. Read about the special ticket "Metrò del Mare" (Summer edition).


1) FROM NAPLES INTERNATIONAL CAPODICHINO AIRPORT TO SANT'AGATA SUI DUE GOLFI BY CAR: Coming along the A3 Motorway from Naples-Salerno take the exit to CASTELLAMARE DI STABIA. and follow the sign to Peninsula sorrentina.
Once out of the toll post follow directions to Sorrento - SS 145 Costiera Sorrentina. Drive through 2 highway tunnels then along the coast road, by pass Vico Equense, drive through Meta di Sorrento, Piano di Sorrento, Sant'Agnello di Sorrento keep along the main road and you will arrive in Sorrento. Drive along the Corso Italia until the road becomes one way and you will be obliged to turn either right of left - turn LEFT into Via degli Aranci and continue along this road until you come to a T junction - turn LEFT and continue along the Via del Capo until you get to a Y junction - keep to your LEFT and follow sign post to S.Agata which is approx. 8 Km from there. This road is called Nastro Verde (although they have taken down the name lately) anyway it takes you along the hillside up to another Y junction where you will see the "Hotel Due Golfi" on your left hand side, here turn to your RIGHT, continue till you come to a T junction, here turn LEFT.

2) FROM NAPLES INTERNATIONAL CAPODICHINO AIRPORT TO MASSA LUBRENSE BY CAR: From Naples take the A3 Highways Naples-Salerno drive south towards Peninsula Sorrentina, you need to exit from the highway at Castellammare di Stabia gate, once you left the highway you must take the SS145 that will bring you in Peninsula Sorrentina, once reached Sorrento you are few minutes away from Massa Lubrense, you need only to follow the signs. You need about 20 minutes to reach Castellammare di Stabia and from there about 50 minutes to reach Massa Lubrense.

3) FROM NAPLES TO SANT'AGATA SUI DUE GOLFI AND MASSA LUBRENSE BY TRAIN: The Circumvesuviana goes from Naples Central station (Piazza Garibaldi) along the coast ending in Sorrento, then you have to take the bus to get there.
From Naples International Capodichino Airport you can reach first Sorrento by bus, then from there you can easily reach Sant'Agata sui due Golfi or Massa Lubrense using local bus service.

4) TO SANT'AGATA SUI DUE GOLFI AND MASSA LUBRENSE BY BOAT OR HYDROFOILS: From Naples harbour (Molo Beverello), Ischia and Capri you can reach Sorrento and from there you'll take a bus to reach Sant'Agata sui due Golfi or Massa Lubrense. Read about the unified public transport ticket "Campania Unico".


Penisola Sorrentina

The island of Capri, jewel of the gulf of Naples, it is famous all over the world for its natural beauties of the likes of the Blue Grotto, the majestic Faraglioni and the breath-taking view that can be admired from every angle of the island.

The name Capri derives from the Latin "capraeae" (goats); during the Paleolitic's Era the island was connected with the mainland and was at first under the Greek domination and then that Roman. The Emperor Augusto, visiting the island in the 29 dc., was the first one to build his villa. After him, many other Emperors spent their holidays there , between which the famous Tiberio.

The island inlcude two Councils: Capri and Anacapri; the first famous for the glamorous life style of its visitors, the second is ideal for who prefers a more relaxing type of vacation. Capri indeed is sure one of the favorite destination for worlwide tourism, not only for its splendid natural beauties, but also for its history, the ideal climate due to the the influence of the sea and last but not the least for its local kitchen based mainly on seafood dishes and vegetables flavoured, mostly, with olive oil. The local "cusine" derives from the fusion between the coastal culinary traditions and the Caprese's one. Infact, it is Impossible not to find combinations such as the tomato with the garlic, the vegetables with the paste, and other products of "sea" and with those of the "earth".


Penisola Sorrentina

Imagine a "presepe" (nativity's grotto) placed into the cliff: this is Positano; a cascade of houses over the sea side that produce one of the most unique scenario ever seen.

The access to the beach is possible trough the characteristic alleys and stairs which lead also to the centre of the village where many little shops sell the famous "positano fashion" or moda positano.

Also placed in the sea in front Positano's shores there are the mithical rocks (or little islands) Of the Galli, told to be the land of the syrens in ancient times whilst, in recent ones, home for famous celebrities such as the russian dancer Nurejef, and the great Neapolitan director and actor Eduardo De Filippo.