- An unforgettable couples getaway at an exclusive hotel looking out onto the sea
- A contemporary design, a Michelin star chef and enchanting views across the Gulf of Naples
- Sip an authentic limoncello at dusk, at the Ovale di Sorrento
- Our bonuses include a day on a private yacht along the coast, hire car & GPS, top tips and must-sees, and access to our local Concierge service
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On the coast of Sorrento
The hotel restaurant has been awarded a Michelin-star for its inspired, contemporary and delicious interpretation of Neapolitan cuisine. Those who manage to leave this chic haven can visit Sorrento (home to the Piazza Tasso and Marina Grande), Pompeii, Herculaneum, Naples, and Capri; and walk the numerous scented trails of this region.
Included in your itineraryA private yacht cruise along the Amalfi coast. A coastline of wild coves, terraced villas with towering pine trees and fishing villages nestled at the bottom of small bays offers an incomparably beautiful view along the Mediterranean. Included in the itinerary for this day: a boat trip along the nature reserve of Ieranto Bay, the '3 Pizzi Bay' of Nerano, then around the Galli Islands, before reaching Positano, where a stop is scheduled to visit the famous village. On the cruise, you'll be able to go swimming and snorkelling, and indulge in picnics on board.
Things to do on the Amalfi coastTake a stroll through the old streets of Sorrento - hike along the coast following the Path of the Sirens - enjoy panoramic views from the Il Deserto convent - enjoy some antipasti at Acqua Pazza - buy a gelato in La Zagara in Amalfi - get lost in the gardens of Villa Rufolo in Ravello - trek in the Lattari mountains - sample Italian 'della mamma' cuisine at Da Gemma in Amalfi - sip limoncello under the stars.
A la carte
As well as enjoying the famous bay in Naples, also be sure to visit the Duomo San Gennaro; the San Martino chartreuse where you'll find the section on nativities or the paintings by Micco Spadaro of the plague of 1656; find some vintage Neapolitan songs on vinyl at the Phonoteca; spend an evening at the Teatro Mercadante; or have an ice cream in one of the chalets of the waterfront. And there is also the archaeological museum, to which Pompeii and Herculaneum have contributed admirable collections; Donnaregina; a museum of contemporary art; the San Paolo stadium, and much more.
Pompeii, the ancient Roman city
Discover the heart of this Roman city with visits to the Stabian thermal baths; the Large Palaestra; the House of the Faun; the House of Vettii; the House of Menander. Visit the site with our handpicked private guide to ensure you make the most of the experience. Pompeii's infamous story, as well as its lesser-known tales, are best heard in person as you wander the streets.
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