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Sorrento Peninsula

Sorrento (Italy, Campania region, the province of Naples) is the stretch of coast that extends from Vico Equense to Punta Campanella. Sorrento geographically separates the Gulf of Naples from the Gulf of Salerno and is completely crossed by the mountain range of Lattari, that degrading towards the sea ending in Punta Campanella. In front of the latter, a few nautical miles, you can admire the beautiful island of Capri, once attached to the mainland, and today the ideal continuation of the peninsula over the sea.
Washed by the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea Sorrento Peninsula enchants its visitors with the incomparable view of the magnificent Bay of Naples and its pearls: majestic Vesuvius, Naples lively, lush island of Ischia, rocky and worldly island of Capri, mythical and colorful island Procida, Sorrento and of course – the undisputed queen of the entire Peninsula and one of the most well-known international tourist sights.

Sorrento


Sorrento home of the poet Torquato Tasso, Sorrento land of colors; Sorrento Mermaids land, city of Sorrento citrus gardens. Jutting out into the Tyrrhenian Sea, almost touching the island of Capri, situated on a terrace of rock overlooking the sea in every corner offering panoramic views and breathtaking views and stunning natural scenery makes the Sorrentine Peninsula one of the most famous tourist destinations in Italy.
Many celebrities come here every year to admire this unique landscape, alternating high and low hills, deep valleys and majestic mountains, where the work of man has transformed the most inaccessible areas in the famous terraces and steps of land, on which they cultivate orange, lemon, olive trees and vines. Are the gardens of delight which in spring exhale a stirring scent of orange blossoms.
Legend has it that in its sea inhabited the mythical Sirens who tempted Ulysses with a melodious song. And still to go on the sea – blue and green hues, in a thousand different shades according to the game of the sun – you can imagine that the waves emerge – beautiful and persuasive – the Sirens.