Apartment Sun is about 90 square mts, with views over the hills and overlooking the Bay of Naples. It is suitable for 4+2 people and composed of a large living-room with pull out sofa for two people, a kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a terrace overlooking the sea, Vesuvio, Monte Faito and a breathtaking panorama of Sorrento. The bright, spacious sitting room is furnished with a double sofa bed, two armchairs and a table for meals. From the sitting room main entrance to the apartment you can reach on one side the Double Bedroom and the kitchen, on the other side you can find the Twin Bedroom. Main feature of Apartment Sun is it's balcony/terrace that spreads all around the apartment giving you plenty of opend air space to enjoy and breathtaking views of Sorrento and the surrounding area. The bathroom has a shower cabin, toilet, bidet, washing machine and window. The apartment is part of a modern apartment block, located on the fifth floor, can be reached using the lift.
The flat is located in a residential park right in the city centre, only a 500 metres far from Tasso Square and a few minutes walking distance to reach the railway station (Circumvesuviana) to go to Pompei, Napoli, Ercolano and many other sites in the area. In front of the railway station there are buses for the Amalfi Coast and not far from the port to reach Capri and Ischia ot to enjoy the beach in Marina Piccola.
Located in the centre of Sorrento. Just 200m away, you will find restaurants and several shops.
The apartment is located in Sorrento where the must-see sites for any visitor include the Basilica of St. Antonino, the Cathedral, Sedile Dominova, Saint Francis Convent, Marina Grande, the Correale Museum, the museum-workshop of Wood Intarsia, and Capo di Sorrento where the ruins of the Villa Pollio Felice, known as the Baths of the Regina Giovanna, lie sleepily overlooking the bay.
Some of the main products here are olive oil, lace, mozzarella and lemon liqueur. Sorrento and it’s surrounding area have lots of market gardens and vineyard where many of the grapes used to make local wines are grown together with oranges, lemons, artichokes and aubergines. The main square in Sorrento is called Piazza Tasso and the main street is the Corso Italia. Sorrento’s historical centre has changed very little since the beginning of the 20th century, with little cobbled streets and alley ways, delightful town apartments with colourful balconies bursting with flowers and hanging plants, hidden restaurants and local shops that sell traditional and handmade products such as ceramics, inlaid wood and cameos.
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