Sorrento Car Rental
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Situated in Campania on the Amalfi coast, Sorrento has long been a popular Italian destination for beach vacationlovers and island hoppers. It’s an incredibly pretty town that offers up a fine beach, white cliffs, spectacular sea views and plenty by way of quaint shops, cafés and restaurants. Sorrento is a small harbour town that many tourists use as a base to explore the surrounding Amalfi coast. There’s so much to see and do nearby, from the far larger city of Naples just down the road, the island of Capri just a short ferry journey away, and, of course, the incredible experience of Pompeii is close at hand too. Car rental is available in Sorrento itself, as well as at the closest airport at Naples.
Things to Do in Sorrento
Sorrento really caters well to tourists, but without losing any of its authentic Italian charm. The centre of Sorrento is pedestrianised, making it easy and relaxing to explore on foot. A grand day out can be had simply strolling the ancient harbourside streets, sampling glorious seafood at the harbour and around town, as well as soaking up the architecture of the Duomo, churches, small squares and museums dotted around town.
Top 3 Must See: Sorrento
A boat ride to Capri
The Marina Piccola (Small Port)
Museo Correale di Terranova
You’ll find plenty of room to sunbathe on the beach by either of the two Marinas, and the sea pleasantly warm to swim in during the summer months. Make the most of the coastal setting and take a boat ride out to explore some of the nearby islands – Capri being the most popular.
Drive Around Sorrento
A hire car in Sorrento gives you the opportunity to explore the beautiful Amalfi Coast. Rugged coastlines, blue seas, quaint coastal towns and lush rolling hills make for an unforgettable drive. Rather than just enjoying the view of Naples Bay from Sorrento, your hire car makes it easy to nip over and explore the city in person. Stop off along the coast at the charming fishing villages of Cetara and Positano, while the Cathedral and Church of Sant’ Antonio is also well worth a visit.