Sorrento is a beautiful town perched on a cliff high above the sea with views of Vesuvius and the islands in the Bay of Naples . Use this website to help you plan a visit to this elegant southern Italian resort and find your way to the best beaches and some lovely villages and towns along the Sorrentine peninsula that are perhaps less well known to tourists.


Fly to Naples -- then onwards by road, rail or sea to Sorrento

Curreri Viaggi's Sorrento bus service
The nearest airport to Sorrento is the Aeroporto Internazionale di Napoli, which is about 50 km to the north.
You can fly to Naples International Airport from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester .
There are internal flights to Naples from Genova, Catania, Torino, Roma, Milano, Venice, Verona, Palermo and Trieste as well as flights from other European cities and further afield.
The airport has recently been refurbished and has smart shops, bars and restaurants spread over three floors.
You can travel from the airport to Sorrento by road, rail or sea.
A regular bus service is operated by Curreri Viaggi from outside Arrivals to the centre of Sorrento for €10 per person, the journey taking about an hour and a half. A pre-booked taxi for a small group will cost approximately €120.
Or you could take a taxi into the centre of Naples to the Circumvesuviana railway station at Porta Nolana or Piazza Garibaldi and board a local train, which will reach Sorrento in just over an hour.
If you would like to arrive by sea take a taxi to Molo Beverello in Naples from where there are regular ferries across the bay to Sorrento . The voyage will take about 45 minutes and you will arrive at Marina Piccola, from where you can either walk up into the centre of Sorrento or take a bus or taxi.

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