What to see in Sorrento

Not only the perfect base for tours along the coast, Sorrento is a destination in itself, full of attractions that will leave you speachless. Discover the beauty of our town!

Bagni della Regina Giovanna

An archeological site where to find a natural pool with pristine water and the ruins of a Roman villa.

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Museo Correale

A three-floors museum exhibiting paintings, ceramics and inlaid furniture, surrounded by a citrus grove and a wonderful terrace overlooking the bay.

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Public garden

One of the most panoramic points of Sorrento, the public gardens are the ideal place to relax watching the sunset.

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Chiostro di San Francesco

Built on the ruins of a monastery of the 7th century, thanks to its suggestive architecture and magical atmosphere, St. Francis Cloister is now one of the most popular locations for weddings in Sorrento.

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Marina Grande

The picturesque fishing village of Sorrento, filled with colorful wooden boats, still preserving the authentic atmosphere of the ancient port.

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Valley of the Mills

A group of abandoned buildings dating back to the 10th century, almost covered with vegetation, that can now be admired from above, a few steps from the main square.

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MUTA

Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea honors the popular tradition of inlaid woodwork, showing ancient furniture, pictures and inlaid objects.

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Villa Fiorentino

This charming Villa on the main street in Sorrento, enclosed by a botanical garden, hosts many art exhibitions, concerts and cultural events.

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Telephone – +39 081 180 98 254

Email – info@conservatoriosorrento.com

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