Perched on a volcanic cliff overlooking the Bay of Naples, Sorrento is well known for its orange and lemon groves, mild climate, and panoramic position. Legend says that off the coast Ulysses resisted the call of the Sirens by putting wax into his sailors’ ears and by having himself tied to the mast of his ship. Sorrento has a lively atmosphere, an attractive historical centre, and an interesting local private museum. It is an ideal starting point for excursions. Boats leave Sorrento harbour daily for Capri, Ischia and Naples. It can be combined with visits to other places in the Naples and Salerno provinces.
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