Published on April 19, 2015 by

Sorrento, is a small town in Campania, southern Italy and a popular tourist destination that can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii by ferry or hydrofoil.

Well-known for the production of limoncello, the city also produces products such as citrus fruits, wine, nuts and olives while wood craftmanship is also developed.

From the port of Sorrento you can venture out on traditional boats, explore the coastline and seabed for organized day and night excursions.

Due to the small roads, driving is not generally advised, so it’s better to just walk around town, rent a bike or take the bus.

Historic Italian architecture can be seen in several beautiful churches around town. One of the must-visit places is the Sorrento Cathedral and Belltower, a 15th century Romanesque church containing many paintings from the 18th century.

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