Grand Hotel Aminta

The Grand Hotel Aminta is set on a hillside with views that drop down to the coast and sweep across the bay to Vesuvius.

The restaurant makes the most of the beautiful view and serves award-winning food to accompany it. There’s also a bar that hosts live music a couple of times a week and has a terrace that overlooks Sorrento.

On top of all this, there’s a pool that’s a good size for serious swimmers. Sun loungers fringe the edge and pop music also plays regularly to provide atmosphere.

At night, you can have drinks on the terrace with the twinkling lights of Sorrento below.

Overview of Sorrento

Trips to the Neapolitan Riviera tend to be experienced at a relaxed pace, with the many beaches making it an ideal destination for families, friends and couples alike.

Sorrento is the jewel of this beautiful destination. Perched on cliffs and with a central cafe-lined square that provides the perfect base for exploration, Sorrento contains everything you’ll need for a fun-filled holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera.

Sorrento showcases the very best of rustic Italy, with bags of beaches, good shopping, plenty of traditional food and lively nightlife. Whether you’re looking to rest or relax, you’ll have plenty of chance in charming Sorrento.

Things to do in Sorrento

The Grand Hotel Aminta feels like a quiet place for a retreat, but the hotel-run courtesy bus takes you to Sorrento in only 10 minutes.

Sorrento’s sandy beaches are accessible from the centre of town but, if you don’t fancy paddling in the sea, you can also sit in one of the luxurious bars at the marina and watch the yachts and boats come into dock.

The centre of town is full of museums, art galleries, cathedrals and stunning architecture. The town’s hilly so you’ll build up some serious leg muscles. Thankfully, the streets and piazzas are lined with cafes so you can stop for a well-earned drink.

With wonderful views, stunning beaches and classic architecture, Sorrento’s a destination you’ll fall in love with.

Resort Summary

Situated in the Bay of Naples and overlooking the sea, Sorrento is the kind of town that casts its spell over visitors. The climate is fantastic, with visitors flocking to this idyll from the months of May to October, though even in winter temperatures remain pleasant at around 13°C meaning cheap holidays to Sorrento won’t leave you out in the cold.

With views stretching out across the bay to Naples and Mount Vesuvius, the town’s location is stunning. Sorrento has so much to offer for families as well as adults, with picturesque beaches and marinas. A walk among the lemon groves will refresh your spirits, after all, this is where the famous limoncello drink originated.