08 May 2018
The Sorrento Peninsula offers some of southern Italy’s most famous sights. The unique landscape of hills and valleys is adorned with scented lemon orchards and silvery olive groves, with dramatic cliff tops giving way to picturesque fishing villages. We've chosen our top travel inspiration photos to entice you to discover this Italian gem on your next escape.
Explore Positano, the Amalfi Coasts' most photogenic town! Enjoy the beautiful colourful houses as they tumble down the cascading cliffs leading into the ocean.
The Bay of Naples
From canary yellow to tropical turquoise...The Bay of Naples is a sight to behold with its array of colourful houses dotting the coastline!
The city of Naples itself is also a picture-perfect paradise with rows of quaint colourful shops, charming cafés and authentic restaurants waiting to be explored!
The Sorrento region boasts some of the best pizza in Italy. The Pizza Margherita, a hot flatbread topped with red tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and basil to represent the Italian flag is a must-taste!
Enjoy an afternoon exploring the ancient Roman town of Pompeii and learn how time was frozen in the year 79AD when the great Mount Vesuvius erupted.
The enchanting island of Capri is renowned for its beauty and clear blue sea! Spend some time relaxing on the beach or cool off with a leisurely swim!
The Amalfi Coast
Take a stroll along the small pebbled beaches along the Amalfi Coast and you'll be mesmerised by the dramatic cliff tops and small picturesque fishing villages.
Positano at sunset
Top off your trip by taking in the enchanting views of Positano at sunset. With a cocktail in hand, it will be hard to draw your eyes away from the colourful skyline and glistening lights!
If you're feeling inspired to visit the beautiful Sorrento region, check out our classic Sorrento Coast, Pompeii & Capri tour.;
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