Southern Italy offers endless travel opportunities. It is rich in history, art, archeology, landscapes that have become the symbol of the “Bel Paese” Italy all over the world. It joins this the fragrant and appetizing culinary art and the production of wines and spirits that add an unforgettable touch to the trip.
This year I chose Sorrento, in Campania, for a holiday dedicated to relaxation, culture, gastronomy and landscape.
Between sea and mountains, with a location that allows you to easily visit Capri, the Amalfi Coast and the archaeological areas of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the town of Sorrento was also admired by the famous writers and poets who stopped here during the "grand tour" from the end of the 19th century.
The view of the bay is spectacular, steep coast, small fishing villages and Vesuvius volcano in the background make the view wonderful at any time of day. But there is no lack of characteristic streets full of shops, restaurants and bars that make Sorrento a pleasant and lively place.