Ferry tickets to Sorrento
At Sorrento you can visit numerous cultural attractions, sandy beaches, and go for a "Lemon Tour"!

Sorrento, the city with the most fragrant citrus aromas

This friendly city is close to Naples and belongs to the region of Campania. It has a relaxed lifestyle and every summer it welcomes many tourists who want to visit the Amalfi Coast.
The Ancient Greeks gave it the name «Surreo», which means ‘flow together’ in Greek. This was probably because of the two rivers that used to run through here in the past. Later on, the Romans named it Surrentum and Sirrentum, from the Sirens, who according to Mythology, lived in the area.
If you want to travel to Sorrento, see routes and book ferry tickets here, in Let’s Ferry.

Attractions in Sorrento
Chiostro di San Francesco is a 14th century monastery of that is now a cultural venue for concerts and exhibitions.
• In a short distance from there, you will find the church Chiesa di San Francesco and the statue of San Fransesco (Monumento a san Francesco d'Assisi). It was made by the sculptor Alfiero Nena.
• The Art Museum (Museo Correale di Terranova) has a library, paintings and an important porcelain collection. It’s also a concert and event venue.
• The Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea has exhibits by the Marquetry art-form. It’s a decoration style mainly for surfaces that was first launched in the 19th century.

Beaches in Sorrento
• At the Bagni Regina Giovanna you will see the remains of a Roman mansion and a divine, secluded beach.
Spiaggia La Marinella is a small, private beach with sunbeds, umbrellas, changing rooms and a restaurant.
Metamare is a private, sandy beach with a beach volley court.
Bagni Salvatore is famous for its clear waters. It’s a private beach with a view to Romain remains.

Activities in Sorrento
Walk at the Via Marina Piccola next to the port where you will find many restaurants and shops.
Have a stroll at the beautiful Villa Comunale di Sorrento. It’s a park with fountains, statues and a stunning view to the Gulf of Naples.
Piazza Tasso is one of the main squares in Sorrento with shops, restaurants and bars. Buy souvenirs from Fattoria Terranova, a famous colourful store.

Access to Sorrento: You can reach the port by car, bus or train. The International Airport of Naples is 44 km from the port.
Naples is 50 km from the port. Sorrento to Naples is 1,5 hours by car, bus or train.
Salerno is 56 km from the port. Sorrento to Salerno is 70 minutes by car, 2,5 hours by train and 3 hours by bus.
Rome is 265 km from the port. Sorrento to Rome is 3,5 hours by car and 3 hours by train.

Only in Sorrento: Book a "Lemon Tour" to see and smell the famous oval lemons of Sorrento, a variety that can only be found at the Sorrento Peninsula. At the tour you will visit a lemon grove and learn about the cultivation process. You will of course taste many products that are made of these lemons like limoncello, biscuits and jams.

Information about the port of Sorrento

The port is connected to Amalfi, Capri, Castellammare di Stabia, Naples, Positano and Salerno.
Facilities at the port of Sorrento: Taxis, bus, tickets office, boat rentals, paid parking, elevator to the city centre, ATM, café, restaurant.

Useful phones, Sorrento
Port: +390818016594
Hospital: +390818729111
Police: +390818772428