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Villas in Sorrento
If you’re looking for something close to the beach, Holidu has got your back. All of these villas are very close to the beach and overlook Marina Grande, The Bay of Naples and Capri Island. On the other hand, if you’re looking for something closer to the city centre, you can also rent something near Corso, Italy, where you will be able to find the main stores and restaurants in town. So, you can always find something whether you’re looking to enjoy an amazing view of one of the most iconic places in Italy, or just get something close to the beach and the city centre.Luxury villas with a classic style to get the most out of your stay in Sorrento
When visiting one of the main tourist destinations in all of Italy, you want to make sure to stay in a place that satisfies all your needs. Experience the amazing views of the Vesuvio, Bay of Naples and the Amalfi Coast while enjoying a private pool or hot tub, or enjoying a delicious Italian breakfast while admiring the scenery. Our villas can accommodate 4, 8 and up to 16 people! And if you’re feeling adventurous, some of our villas are near enough to the sea so you can take a dive directly from the terrace! And if you just want to relax with your family and friends, there’s always pet-friendly and child-friendly options.
Travellers and activities
One thing to take into consideration when visiting Italy it’s that its beaches are divided into public and private, and what makes Sorrento so unique is that the beach clubs and lidos are built out into the water, so if you’re going to spend a whole day at the beach (let’s face it: Sorrento’s beaches are so amazing that you won’t resist), the beach itself has many private lidos where for a little extra money you can get a nice sunbed, bathroom and bar service. This way, you will enjoy a more private experience, but if you don’t mind the people, you can always lay down your towel on any public beach for free!Sorrento for night lovers
If you’re interested in Sorrento’s nightlife, don’t you worry, there’s a wide range of options for you to go dancing, drink and be entertained in general: You can enjoy the live tunes in Filou Club from one of the best piano men in town, or go to Shot Bar Sorrento, where you can choose from an extensive selection of shots, there will be something for you! And if you feel like dancing, you can go to the late night dance club Fauno Notte in Piazza Tasso, where you will find locals and tourists alike having fun past midnight.
Did you know that Sorrento is the birthplace of Limoncello?
Top 7 travel tips in Sorrento
Piazza Tasso is Sorrento’s central plaza, here you can find many shops, gelaterias, restaurants and cafes. We urge you to take a limoncello spritz and relax while watching the lively plaza.2. Go for a day trip
If you don’t want to plan too much, you can always take a day trip. In this way, you can enjoy all the views in a relaxing manner. Usually, these trips end with a visit to Amalfi, Ravello and Positano.3. Walk along Corso Italia
This lively and busy street is Sorrento’s main street, and here you can find the best restaurants and shops in town. So if you want to see first-hand what Sorrento is all about, you must see this street to get the true feeling of this town!4. Visit a lemon grove
In Sorrento there’s an orchard called Giardini di Cataldo that has been producing citrus fruit since the 19th century. While exploring this lemon grove, you can taste limoncello, gelato and marmalades. If you’re really interested, you can book a tour of this grove and learn about their techniques while having a meal with their products.5. Explore Piazza Gargiulo
In order to visit Villa Comunale, St. Francis’ Church and Convent, you have to visit Piazza Gargiulo, and it’s quite easy to get to these places from the plaza. Moreover, in case you want to go to Marina Piccola, you can always go there from Villa Comunale.6. Get to Marina Grande through Via del Mare
Near the Corso Italia’s end, there’s via del mare, and from here you can take a short walk to Marina Grande. In Marina Grande, you can enjoy seafood-based dishes, take a sunbathe or just enjoy the ambience.7. Don’t miss Vallone dei Mulini di Sorrento
Near Piazza Tasso, you can see a valley situated right behind the plaza, where there’s an abandoned mill from the 1800s which served to harness the power from the streams during hundreds of years. This is one of the main things to see in Sorrento, and all you have to do is look down from Piazza Tasso!