Things to do in Sorrento Coast

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Sorrento which includes general coastal views and boating

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1. Piazza Tasso

Piazza Tasso is Sorrento’s main square. You will more than likely visit this large open space ringed by restaurants, pavement cafés and pastel buildings more than once during your visit to the resort town.
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Piazza Tasso showing street scenes and a city as well as a large group of people

2. Sorrento Lift

Sorrento Lift offers a convenient alternative to climbing up and down the steep walkways that link the Sorrento city center and coastline. The Sorrento Lift is perfect when you can’t wait to get to the city’s stylish beach clubs or port. Alternatively, use it for quick access to your hotel after arriving at the harbor by ferry. Take time to enjoy the sublime views from a clifftop balcony.
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Built into the cliffs of Sorrento, this elevator provides quick access from the city’s beaches and marina to the Old Town.

3. Marina Grande Beach

Marina Grande is a small traditional fishing port that sits underneath the limestone cliffs on which the old town of Sorrento is perched. Away from the traffic of the streets above, this sheltered bay enjoys a much gentler pace of life. Come here for a swim or watch local fishermen at work.
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Marina Grande showing general coastal views, a coastal town and a marina

4. Baths of Queen Giovanna

Baths of Queen Giovanna (Bagni della Regina Giovanna) is the curious name for an emerald pool of seawater enclosed by limestone cliffs and a rocky beach. Hike to a nearby archeological site for a great place to watch the sunset over the Bay of Naples.
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Baths of Queen Giovanna which includes tropical scenes and rugged coastline

5. Deep Valley of the Mills

Sorrento’s coastline is pockmarked by valleys gouged out of the landscape by water thousands of years ago. One of the most striking ravines is in the center of town: Deep Valley of the Mills (Il Vallone dei Mulini). Located next to Piazza Tasso, it is a picturesque sight that is worth investigating.
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Deep Valley of the Mills which includes heritage elements, tropical scenes and building ruins

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