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Rates shown in Euro (€) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
City Tax Euro 1,50 per day per adult to be paid locally.
Reaching the Miramare Residence Hotel is very easy.
A3 Naples – Salerno Highway, direction Salerno.
Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and go along the State Street 145.
Go on up to the Sorrento Coast.
Next to the Naples Central Station there is the Circumvesuviana station, which will take you to the Sorrento Coast. Get off in Sorrento.
From the Molo Beverello in Naples ferries and hydrofoils leave, by which you’ll easily reach the port of Sorrento.
Naples Airport is Capodichino. From here you may take a taxi or use the buses of the Curreri line which will take you directly to Sorrento.
Small and secure car parking area.
Charge Euro 15,00 per day to reserve.
|Things To Do||
On paper Sorrento is a place to avoid – a package-holiday centre with few must-see sights, no beach to speak of and a glut of brassy English-style pubs. In reality, it’s a strangely appealing place, its laid-back southern Italian charm resisting all attempts to swamp it in souvenir tat and graceless development.
Dating to Greek times and known to Romans as Surrentum, Sorrento’s main selling point is its fabulous location. Straddling cliffs that look directly over the Bay of Naples to Mt Vesuvius, it’s ideally situated for exploring the surrounding area: to the west, the best of the peninsula’s unspoiled countryside and, beyond that, the Amalfi Coast; to the north, Pompeii and the archaeological sites; off-shore, the fabled island of Capri.
According to Greek legend, it was in Sorrento’s waters that the mythical sirens once lived. Sailors of antiquity were powerless to resist the beautiful song of these charming maidens-cum-monsters, who would lure them and their ships to their doom. Homer’s Ulysses escaped by having his oarsmen plug their ears with wax and by strapping himself to his ship’s mast as he sailed past.