Bluegreen Village

Address: Via Madonna di Rosella 52, Sorrento, Campania, 80063, Italy | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Via Madonna di Rosella 52, Sorrento, is near Spaccanapoli, Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), and Correale di Terranova Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Sorrento

      Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Nov 07, 2014

      9 photos

      ... two small boys who seem to be handling the jet lag fairly well. Lunch was a selection of appetizers with eggplant, tomatoes, pizza, and other items that I didn’t recognize, cannelloni as the main course, of course, and a creamy lemon dessert. Bottles of still water and red and white wine were on the table for everyone to share.


      Afterwards, we walked back up to where the buses were for a ride up the hill to ...

      Day 16 - Sorrento

      A travel blog entry by craig_ang on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... to a local farm house in Sorrento to see Mozzarella being made by Nonna. As soon as we walked in the front gate there were cows, geese, and the house dog. The farm is on 4 acres. Craig was 1 of 4 selected from the group to then make pizzas in the wood-fire oven. Nonna picked the aprons for everyone! Hilarious! Dinner was delicious. Antipasti including mozzarella, ricotta, prosciutto, olives, tomatoes (all home grown). Also had lemoncello and lemon cream made on the farm. A very good ...

      Day 13 - The day we truly almost died.

      A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 08, 2014

      11 photos

      ... opinion though, the two sites are too different to truly compare them. Cinque Terre is a more secluded section of coast and has the charm of the 5 cities closely linked by train or ferry. The Amalfi region is grander in every since of the word. The coast was more terrific, the cities were larger, the shopping was better and there were a lot more tourists. I enjoyed the Amalfi Coast more, but if you're looking for a quieter, more peaceful and romantic vacation, I think ...

      Heading for the coast

      A travel blog entry by glares.travels on Apr 18, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... vibes and voila! A beautifully bright and airy room with big windows and a balcony facing the marvellous Mediterranean :) With fingers and toes crossed, we took the lift to the 6th floor to see if the rooftop pool was open. Imagine our delight when we saw the crystal clear water and comfy blue sun lounges against the expansive backdrop of the sea...we were in heaven!! It was near closing time and becoming coolish, so ...

      Got our WOW factor back

      A travel blog entry by nannakez on Oct 25, 2012

      20 photos

      Since Venice and walking out from that train station I don't think I've gasped 'wow' with any great passion. Florence was nice, Certaldo was beautiful and peaceful, Orvieto was lovely and Sorrento is a bit 'Surfers Paradise'. But today we caught the bus along the Amalfi Coast, first to Positano and then to the town of Amalfi.We were lucky enough to get a seat on the local SITA bus in the first place but even luckier that it was on the right hand side ...