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Perched above the blue Tyrrhenian Sea, Sorrento has been a destination for travelers and pleasure seekers since the days of the Roman Empire. To the north stand the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii, buried in 79 A.D. by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. To the south lies the fabled Amalfi Coast and the fishing village of Positano. Offshore, the romantic island of Capri awaits. And then there is Sorrento itself. Stroll through village streets lined with flowers or visit the imposing Duomo and its 13th-century cloister. Cafés and boutiques abound to charm the most experienced traveler.In addition to its considerable charms, Sorrento is a gateway to the wonders of Capri, the ruins of Pompeii and the beauties of the Amalfi Coast.Note: Sorrento is an anchorage port. Passengers transfer to shore via ship's tender.
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In 79 AD, Mt. Vesuvius erupted and completely buried the city of Pompeii. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with fascinating ruins that hint of a once-thriving city.
Stretching from Sorrento to Salerno, this coastline offers miles of beautiful scenery, from the fragrant lemon groves dotting the landscape to the dramatic cliffs that meet the sea below.
First founded by the Greeks and later conquered by the Romans, this gorgeous island destination off the Sorrento Peninsula has been a getaway for the rich and famous since ancient times.
This township on the island of Capri is situated above the city of Capri and is home to the Villa San Michele built on the ruins of the Roman Emperor Tiberius' villa and offer panoramic views.
Long a draw for sophisticated travelers, this charming cliffside village features pastel houses that lead down to a beach dotted with fishing boats. Stroll the elegant boutiques and seaside cafe?s.
This resort town sits on the cliffs overlooking the Bay of Naples and boasts stunning views. During the middle ages, it was one of the towns that grew wealthy trading with the eastern Mediterranean.
This volcano destroyed the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Now dormant, it is a bucolic national park with many walking trails and a summit open to visitors.
The main square of Capri is a bustling tourist destination with superb old buildings and sidewalk cafés resting in the shadow of the cathedral and campanile.
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