Sorrento is an Italian gem of a place. Absolutely gorgeous and one of the best honeymoon destinations in Europe.
Many bars and cafes overlook the central square and we found The Ercolano to be a perfect spot for people watching over a Peroni.
Packed with trattorias, bars and restaurants selling fragrant Italian coffee, local wines, and freshly caught seafood means there’s plenty of choice for all tastes.
For a coastal atmosphere head down the Marina Grande, the old harbour tucked away from the main town. This area has a charming, fishing village feel about it.
A good restaurant just off Piazza Tasso is Restaurante Tasso where we indulged in a delicious and authentic meal.
Our chatty waiter plied us with Limoncello, an intensely lemony, and potent, liqueur produced on-site from a recipe handed down through the generations.
We stayed at La Tonnarella a totally gorgeous little hotel perched high on the cliffs overlooking Marina Grande.