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Sorrento peninsula has a landscape unique in the world, where low and high hills, deep valleys and majestic mountains alternate, where the man’s work - who levelled even the most impervious areas, transforming them in the famous terraces degrading towards the sea, on which he cultivated orange and lemon trees, olive groves and vineyards - has been grandiose. These are the delightful gardens that in spring time exhale a stirring scent of orange - blossom. The mild and dry climate for most part of the year makes Sorrento peninsula the ideal destination in every season.
Reaching it by land, the first town you will find on your way is Meta, whose ancient farmhouses and sunny beaches are a treasure to disclose.
Piano di Sorrento is a lively town that masterly combines its maritime and rural identity to the role of active trade centre of the Peninsula. High walls that once enclosed old citrus groves run along narrow lanes that cross its low hill.

And Sant’Agnello, on the tuff ridge right on the sea, enchanted the royal family of the Bourbons and the princes of all Europe, who built there fabulous villas.
And, just on the sea, surrounded by hills, appears Sorrento, international town, with its old city centre, its sea-shore, its citrus groves.
Finally the pleasant Massa Lubrense, extreme border of the Peninsula, just in front of Capri, a natural oasis with countless foot-paths among ancient farmhouses, archaeological areas, Mediterranean bush and indescribable landscapes, on enchanting sea and beaches.

by plane    
From Naples Capodichino Airport,  8 km north of Naples, is the main airport in Campania, national and internationl flight services.

by bus    
Shuttle service is running daily from Naples Airport to Sorrento
Daily bus service from Rome Tiburtina station to Sorrento

by train    
Circumvesuviana train service is running from Naples main station to Sorrento every 30 minutes from 6,00 to 21,30, train ride is 60 minutes about. The train station is under level to the Trenitalia train station in Naples

by car    
From North A1 highway (Milan/Naples), from East A16 highway Bari/Naples, from South A3 highway  (Reggio Calabria  direction Salerno)
Exit Castellammare di Stabia, then Highroad 145 (Strada statale) from Castellammare di Stabia to Sorrento, 20 kilometres

by boat    
From Naples “molo Beverello” port daily jet service to Sorrento, Boat ride 35 minutes. Hydrofoil service also from Capri, Ischia and Amalfi coast

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