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The Beaches of Sorrentine Peninsula

Teresa Desposito

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The Peninsula offers many interesting beaches to those who visit it, eager to bathe in its waters and be lapped by the beautiful sun that made it famous.

Sorrento is remembered in the world especially for its fantastic views, as well as for its pleasant climate that distinguishes it. Just those views have inspired writers and artists of world renown, for long periods of the year, loved to stay in town, lulled by the breeze of the Peninsula and the friendliness of the people.

Nature is flourishing in Sorrento and it is very diverse. The transition from the hills to the sea is so fast that makes alternate the different types of flora and fauna in the space of a small territory.

Usually you can see the sea of Sorrento even from your hotel room, and it is precisely for its cliffs and the water that the sea takes more intense colours.

Although usual endless beaches where you can swim are missing, there is still the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of these stunning places.

Although there are also bathing structures in Marina Grande, in Marina Piccola, in particular, you can find some more bathhouse that allows to take advantage of the small beaches, as well as the sun terraces where you can be embraced by the sun.

Leonelli, Delfino, Bagni Salvatore, Cataldo are just some of the names of structures that, usually, also offer an excellent catering service, preparing local dishes with genuine products of the Sorrento Peninsula.

The average cost of a place at the beach or on the terraces, including two beach chairs and umbrella is between 15 and 20 Euros, depending on the season where you can also use bathroom and shower facilities throughout the day.

If you're looking for a more sandy and “classic" beach, 10 minutes from Sorrento is the town of Meta to offer this opportunity without having to move that much, if you are staying in one of the various Sorrento Hotels .

Also in the Peninsula are to remember the beach of Marina di Puolo, Massa Lubrense and that of Nerano, not far away, located in a beautiful and peaceful bay.

There is no doubt that the Peninsula offer the right entertainment for those who want to spend their holidays by the sea, with good food and fun. An ideal place to recharge your batteries and rediscover the beauty of Italy.


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