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Sorrento is a coastal town sitting in the cliffs of a rocky peninsula overlooking the Bay of Naples in one of the most picture-postcard places anywhere in Italy. It oozes seaside charm and has an historical depth symbolised by a wealth of Romanesque churches and renaissance palatial architecture. It’s this combination of stunning Italian scenery mixed with a rich culture and history that draws in visitors from all over the world.
Sorrento, the jewel of the Amalfi coast


Getting around the hub of southern Italy is a lot easier than its sounds. Naples, the capital of the Campania region, is served by Capodichino International Airport. Here you can get direct flights to many European destinations which are served by regional airlines. You can also catch flights to and from the United States, off-season with a stop in Dublin, Brussels, Rome or France, or during the summer months when low cost carrier EuroFly flies direct between Capodichino and New York’s JFK Airport.

Napoli Ruins