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Sorrento is one of Italy's most famous resort towns.
Anciently known as the "crib of Greek civilization", Cuma is nowadays an archaeological city, a wonderful area where to make a dive into the past and listen to the enticing voice of history, myth and culture.
Massa Lubrense is popularly known as the legendary Land of Sirens (from which it derives the toponym of “Sirenusion”).
Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi is nationwide famous for sweeping panoramas and great number of trekking routes.
Baia, preserves a wonderful blend of agricultural and marine landscapes, a magic place where legend and history come alive.
Castellammare di Stabia is a small town in the Gulf of Naples, shaped as a natural bowl among the hills, into an extremely fertile area, rich in mineral waters.
Colli di Fontanelle, hamlet of Sant'Agnello, is located on top of the Sorrento Peninsula hills.
Marina della Lobra is a small port and historic seafaring village belonging to the municipality of Massa Lubrense.
Marina di Puolo, is a delightful small fishing village with a population of about 150 people, tucked in a cove.
Metrano is a wisp of a hamlet housing only 300 inhabitants high in the hills of the Sorrento Peninsula.
Piano di Sorrento, historically known as “Planities” because of the flat area on which it is built, is located just next to Sorrento.
Marina del Cantone overlooks the Gulf of Salerno between the Bay of Jeranto and Recommone.
Born as Bourbon's territory, Meta used to be the first village that people encountered going towards Sorrento from Vico Equense.
Monte di Procida sits like a beautiful balcony on the tip of the promontory that dips into the Gulf of Naples.
Nerano is a charming fishing village situated half way between Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.
The worldwide renowned Sorrento Coast offers another unique beauty: the village of Sant'Agnello.
The first news of this village, formerly called Scazano, date back to the late fifteenth century.
The hamlet of Termini is in one of the Sorrento Coast's least explored corners.
Torca, splendid hamlet of Massa Lubrense that counts no more than 1000 inhabitants, lies on a stunning slope overlooking the whole Gulf of Salerno at 350 metres above the sea.
Vico Equense was probably the first town to be built on the Sorrento Peninsula.
Arola is one of thirteen hamlets of Vico Equense, a lively village of the Sorrentine Peninsula.
A frazione of Vico Equense, the hamlet of Seiano sits next to its sister city and has its own train station.
Trecase is the smallest village at the foot of Mount Vesuvius.
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