La Neffola Residence Sorrento

Address: Via Capo 21, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | Villa
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        A days hike along the peninsula Punta Campanella.

        A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Dec 01, 2014

        35 photos

        ... here! Not sure why, perhaps it’s better in the summer. It was a nice setting though with a few places to eat right on the seafront. Waves were crashing in breaking before the buildings. We chose a restaurant on the end of the row. The path took us along the sea front and behind this place. We'd done 6 miles in 3 hours.

        Lunch stop

        Cheese & tomato Panini’s and coke. Great food. The waves next to us but also below as our ...

        Amalfi (a shopping day at Positano)

        A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 27, 2013

        1 comment, 19 photos

        Today, Marina and I are going shopping in Positano. They have such super neat shops there....we are both just stoked to go. Last night we had checked out the frequencies of the boat ferries. The one that leaves at 11:35a.m., is a jet boat --- and only takes 20 minutes to make the 12 mile run up the coast. This is just perfect. No land taxis, no parking worries, and no un-expected delays, due to road traffic. We were at the pier early, along with 50+other people waiting for the jet ...

        Boat trip to Capri - grottos and gelato

        A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Apr 20, 2013

        10 photos

        ... It was beautifully calm as we crossed and the sun made started to make an appearance.

        First stop was the blue grotto which is a cave accessible only by small rowing boat. In roman times there was a stepcase down from the island to the cave but it collapsed long ago. There is still a platforn which was built by the emperor Tiberias when he retired here and used to swim in the grotto. There was an extra charge for this and we were ...

        I'm happy, hope you're happy too...

        A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on Jun 24, 2012

        50 photos

        ... grande... Its a rectangle around eighty by forty centimetres. This thing was huge! We took our order back the the hostel to eat. Drinking €1 beers and eating our yiros megapizza, the four of us sat around till around midnight talking about comics, politics and how crazy the yanks are. Finally the two blokes had to go to bed, they had to be up early in the morning to go scuba diving to see some more ruins. Shannon and I followed suit soon after as we have to check out tomorrow by ...

        Clinging to the hillside

        A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor on May 06, 2011

        5 photos

        The general architectural rules of Positano are overwhelming limited to two;

        (1) If there is space, build a house
        (2) If there isn't space, build a house on top of another one

        The result is a picturesque sprawling mass of colour overlooking a small beach which kind of funnels you in from the open sea. The sea approach to Positano gives you ample photo opportunities and the town itself is ...