Sorrento is a city that will make you fall in love thanks to its narrow alleys. It also has numerous viewpoints, which captivate every visitor with an astonishing view of the Gulf.


Sorrento, the birthplace of the writer Torquato Tasso, stands out for its quiet and organized atmosphere.

  • PIAZZA TASSO: The Aragonese Castle once stood here, built by Ferdinand of Aragon in the 15th century and demolished at the end of the 19th century. The square is overlooked by important buildings such as the church of Santa Maria del Carmine, Correale House and the refined Grand Hotel Vittoria.


  • COMPLEX OF SAN FRANCESCO: The convent complex of San Francesco is made up of the cloister, the monastery and the church built in the 14th century by the Franciscan friars. Right next to the church is the Cloister of San Francesco, built in the 14th century.


  • MUNICIPAL VILLA: Built at the end of the 19th century, the Municipal Villa of Sorrento is identified as one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the city. Starting from here you can reach Marina Piccola and the port of Sorrento in a few minutes.


  • SORRENTO CATHEDRAL: The Cathedral of Sorrento is located in the historic city center and originally dates back to the 1st century AD. The original elements dating back to the 15th century are the marble side portal, the work of the Redeemer from 1522 and the archbishop’s throne.


  • BASILICA DI SANT’ANTONINO ABATE: it is dedicated to Sant’Antonino, patron saint of the city. The religious building seems to date back to around the year 1000. Over the years, the church was the subject of various restoration works up to the current structure.


  • SEDIL DOMINOVA: it is an ancient noble seat built between 1200 and 1300, which housed a part of the city’s aristocracy and was the place in charge of managing the “res publica”. You can still admire a splendid marble balustrade with two tuff coats of arms dating back to the 14th century on the main facade.


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