At 100 meters from our facility, it has an unmissable view over the entire Gulf. Inside the municipal villa there is the descent by elevator or on foot to reach the beaches or the port from which the hydrofoils leave for Capri, Ischia and Naples.
Adjacent to the municipal villa, it was erected in the fourteenth century and retains styles from later periods. The courtyard has a particularly striking architecture where trees and ornamental plants characterize a game of arches. It is the residence of the Franciscan monks, but it is also used for classical music concerts, art exhibitions and civil weddings.
At 200 meters from the structure and close to the main square and is a valley born from an eruption of phlegrean fields thirty five million years ago. It owes its name to the presence of a mill used to grind granos, also exploiting the waters that flowed from the hill.
At 50 meters from the structure and dates back to the 1st century A.D. and it is the most important church in Sorrento dedicated to Saints Philip and James. It was built on the remains of an ancient Greek temple, inside it houses several works of art.
At 50 meters from the structure and is the main road on which many small and narrow streets overlook and you can go shopping enjoying the tranquility of the pedestrian path. At the end of Corso Italia there is the main square, Piazza Tasso, where the statue dedicated to the poet Torquato Tasso stands.
At 500 meters from the structure there is Marina Grande, an ancient fishing village. It can be reached on foot or by bus and has a single beach. Its medieval features are still visible along the walls of the village. There are restaurants overlooking the sea where you can eat good fresh fish and magical scenarios all to be photographed. A famous film shot in Marina Grande with the actress Sofia Loren is also remembered.
At 20 meters from the structure the Sedil Dominova is one of the most characteristic monuments of the historic center. It was built in the 14th century and was the seat of a part of the Sorrento nobility and is the only seat in Campania that can still be visited today. The seat is of the Renaissance type and has a dome covered with yellow and green fish scale majolica dating back to the 18th century, the frescoes are by Carlo Amalfi. Inside the dome at the bottom there is the coat of arms of Sorrento supported by angels
It was built in Roman times and was a part of the defensive fortifications of the city still visible today in its original context in the southern part of the country. Thanks to the opening of this door, Sorrento began a series of urban transformations for the enlargement of the city. Today it can be visited thanks to a path built with an attached ramp to observe the remains of the walls and the suggestive view of the ancient city walls.
At 1 km from the structure, it was inaugurated in 1902, and is an archaeological museum and art gallery, inside it preserves furniture from the seventeenth century, paintings ranging from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, archaeological finds, a valuable library and porcelain especially of capodimonte
At 15km from the structure, it was declared a protected area in 1997. Reachable by bus and walking up to a certain point, there is the spectacle of the faraglioni of Capri that will open in front of your eyes. Going a few meters further you arrive at the splendid and unspoiled bay of Ieranto with the temple dedicated to Athena.
At 2 km from the structure there are the baths of Queen Giovanna which are one of the hidden pearls known since ancient times, a charming pristine basin reachable by bus to the head of Sorrento and reachable via a small road walkable to go down to the bottom.