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By walking down the Via Tasso you will eventually arrive to the bottom and water's edge. This wonderful cove replete with black sandy beach, local fishing activity, bars cafes restaurants and dated local residences was a welcome escape from the hive of activity that the...More
We were lucky enough to be in Sorrento in July when the Festival Of St Anna was on and the whole marina was lit up. We slowly strolled from one end of the marina to the other in amazement before having a beer in Nonna...More
Good selection of places to eat. However, although a sign points to public toilets, they are closed. We found this the only draw back in Sorrento.Hardly any public toilets anywhere, and those that existed were absolutely disgusting. There is a bus service from this harbour,...More
Loved it when reached the bottom but a bit of a drag coming back up for us OAP,s. When down there was peaceful and picturesque with coffee served at 3 euros. Didn't eat but they all looked busy. Lovely church down there too - even...More
Stumbled across this oasis of calm by accident, always the best method of finding hidden gems!
A short walk from the madness that is down town Sorrento, surely worth every step, however steep.
A small bay of bobbing fishing boats, its sedge lined with surprising...More
It’s a steep walk down (and back up!) the steps to the quaint harbour, but plenty of pavement cafes to choose from, whether you prefer to sit in shade or sun. Fishermen’s boats and the fishermen mending their nets mingle with pleasure craft and a...More
Response from GlasGal549 | Reviewed this property |
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina... More
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina Grande. Further along just passed the hospital on the right there is also a road (via de mare) down to the Marina. The road maybe an easier walk however beware of traffic. Otherwise get a taxi. Hotels may be able to provide you with a map which would help.