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Sorrento is a classical Italian town with an exquisite old town begging for your to explore. The best place to stay for easy access to its delights is the historic centre, a safe, pedestrianised area with plenty of shops and restaurants. If it’s nightlife you’re up for, you’ll want to be near Corso Italia, north and centre of town, but if you crave peace, quiet and tranquillity then you’re going to love the holiday homes in the hills just behind the town – and the views of the Bay of Naples which are simply gorgeous!A wide choice of rentals for your perfect holiday home
Within the main town of Sorrento you will find the most beautiful flats, with terraces overlooking the sea and hills. You’ll find rentals to suit single travellers, couples and families, all within walking distance of the beach. But if you would like more privacy or space, the houses in Sorrento are just lovely. You’ll find that these holiday homes have delightful gardens and often a private swimming pool!
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The area and getting around
Located on the western coast of Italy, Sorrento is one of the prettiest in Italy. Overlooking the divine Bay of Naples and enfolded by stunning cliffs, Sorrento has a rich history which really makes it stand out from the crowd. The historic centre is proudly surrounded by its ancient city walls, and within them you can experience the real Italy. Make your first visit the Piazza Tasso, lined with excellent cafes (Fauno Bar being the local’s favourite) and just let your senses absorb the beauty of Sorrento.Life on the coast
Sorrento’s charming waterfront is a focal point for visitors. The attractive marina, to Sorrento’s west, features exceptional restaurants which offer a wide range of Italian cuisine as well as a fantastic selection of wines. On the right-hand side of the marina is where you’ll find the ferry to Naples. The views from the restaurants at the marina are wonderful. Look out for the top-end yachts moored here!
Travellers and activities
There can be no argument that Sorrento is one of the most picturesque towns in all of Italy, and as such it’s a perfect place for photographers be they novice or professional. Sorrento Cathedral Bell Tower, in the western part of town, is a classic Italian photograph – especially with that extraordinarily blue sky behind it. The old town is just crying out to be captured on film with its vibrant colours and pretty streets, markets, cafes and shops. But of course, the classic photograph from Sorrento is the famous shot of Vesuvius – get it from the Chiesa di San Francesco.Sorrento for beach clubs
There’s just something really special about Sorrento’s beach clubs, and what’s more – there is no shortage of them! By the marina you’ll find four main beach clubs, each with their own special offerings. Marameo Beach offers you a private jacuzzi, floating sun beds and specialises in Italian seafood. Peter’s Beach provides an absolutely gorgeous view, and as the sun sets you can enjoy the sounds of jazz with a drink and quite exceptional food. Leonelli’s Beach Club is the best destination for families. It has a very large beach, and lots of safe space. Finally, Bagni Salvatore, without question the prettiest of them all (and that’s a tall order as they’re all delightful) has walls that are a Roman villa and divine Mediterranean dining offerings.
Limoncello is a traditional Italian liqueur made from lemons grown in the Sorrento region. The perfect addition to your pre-dinner drinks!
Top 5 travel tips in Sorrento
There is simply no prettier place to enjoy a day’s shopping than Sorrento’s old town. Discover the magnificence of its boutiques, artisan giftware shops and markets.2. Sample the lemons
Sorrento’s world-famous Limoncello liqueur is not to be missed. In the town centre, Tesori di Sorrento is a small but perfectly formed little shop, home to the small family business which uses its own home-grown, hand-peeled lemons to make a variety of different Limoncello types. Tastings are available!3. Bathe like a queen
A beauty spot with its own natural swimming pool, Queen Johanna Baths are within the grounds of a roman villa. Enjoy a fabulous swim followed by a glass of wine and meal at the La Solara restaurant.4. A garden with a view
Villa Comunale is a public garden which is actually at the top of the cliff by Sorrento, with views that have to be seen to be believed. The gardens have plenty of seats to rest and just soak in the beauty, whether you want to look over the bay or at the beautiful flowers.5. Churches of grandeur
The Sorrento Cathedral’s biggest surprise is its extraordinary ceiling, but don’t miss the delights of the many other churches in the town. Marvellous examples are Chiesa di San Prisco e Agnello which hosts extravagant weddings, and the lavish Duomo dei San Filippo e Giacomo. A grand attraction to what is bound to be a grand trip!
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Sorrento
How much do the holiday rentals in Sorrento cost on average?
Based on an average annual cost of €217.82 per night, Sorrento is the city in Italy that offers the highest prices.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
Those who want to save as much as possible should visit Sorrento in November, February, and January the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of €168.42, €171.8, and €190.03 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sorrento?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (€268.73), July (€259.27), and June (€251.74).
Is Sorrento a good location for a last-minute getaway?
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, since the average availability in Sorrento is 63%, which is above the average in Italy, according to data from 2020.
When are more holiday homes available?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Sorrento are May (the average amount of properties that are free reached 76% of the total in 2020), April (74.25%), and March (69%).
During which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 34.2% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by July (60.25%), and December (60.75%).
How many holiday rentals are there in Sorrento?
We have collected the properties from 30 different providers in Sorrento, so we can offer you around 2300 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!