The touristic port of Marina Piccola Sorrento is a jewel “encased” in the splendid Sorrento coastline
A balcony on the Gulf of Naples: Marina Piccola Sorrento is this and much more. The touristic port can be found in a privileged position, close to the most beautiful destinations of the Sorrento and Amalfi coasts. The islands of Procida, Capri and Ischia are only a few nautical miles away.
This coast is among the most beautiful in Italy. Consequently it is loved by tourists all year round and world renown for its temperate climate, the sea and the fantastic views that it offers.
The touristic port’s strong point is not only its position, a few steps from the centre of Sorrento, but also the services it offers. Everything you need for a perfect boat holiday, moored in the Marina (Bed&Boat).
Marina Piccola Sorrento: guest services
The fact that its only a few steps from Sorrento town centre puts the touristic port in a priviledged position. For instance, you can easily reach the shops, bars and restaurants in the area on foot.
The marina also has a permanent taxi service that even operates at night, on request.
In addition, if you want to avoid the task of food shopping it is possible to have the galley replenished through affiliated supermarkets that will deliver directly to you on board. Therefore offering a convenient solution to fully enjoy the time you have on your boat.
You can also organise scuba diving trips along the coast of the Sorrento Peninsula, including the Punta Campanella Marine Protected Area. For a really unique experience, you can even dive at night.
Departing from the port of Sorrento, you can also reach the islands of Capri and Ischia, as well as the port of Naples, by ferry. To reach some of the most beautiful destinations of the area, including the archeological sites of Pompei and Herculaneum, you can use the local ferry service, Vesuviana.
The added value of a unique location
Staying on a moored boat (Bed&Boat) means exploring a new world. But even more so when you choose to stay in the touristic port of Marina Piccola Sorrento.
Sitting comfortably on the deck of your boat, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Gulf of Naples and the island of Ischia. You will be surrounded by the beauty and colour of the Sorrento Coast, with its green gardens and scented citrus trees.
This area is perfect to visit all year round, thanks to its temperate climate even in the low season.
Sleeping on a boat in Marina Piccola Sorrento is the number one choice in esperiential tourism that you can enjoy at any time of the year.
The view point is unique and made even more beautiful by the sensations you feel living on board. First and foremost the freedom to have an exclusive and reserved location available, without having to share your space with strangers. Above all giving you extra peace of mind for a quiet holiday.
Then the chance to stay in a resort on the water’s edge, without sacrificing the comfort of top-notch hospitality. Just think of the magic of breakfast on the deck of a yacht, when the sun begins to rise in the sky and warm the morning air. The perfect start to a day exploring Sorrento, the Coast and the Islands.
Two days in Sorrento: in search of the town and the coast
Any day of the year is perfect for visiting the Sorrentine coast.
In just a few minutes you can leave the Marina Piccola and find yourself immersed in the atmosphere of the village of Sorrento: a cheerful and hospitable town, ready to welcome tourists with its sun and entertainment.
An essential stop is at the Marina Grande, a fishing village that is accessed via a long stone staircase. This village has entered the history of cinema thanks to the film “Pane, amore e……” with Vittorio De Sica and Sofia Loren.
Here you will find the characteristic shops and small restaurants where you can discover the treasures of Sorrento’s gastronomy. In pole position there is the ‘gnocchi alla sorrentina’, and not to be missed also the classic ‘polpo in casseruola’, or octopus stew. As well as all the lemon-based desserts, there are specialities of the area, such as the ‘baba al limoncello’ and ‘la delizia al limone’.
A must see is Piazza Tasso, very close to the touristic port, representing the beating heart of the city. So stopping for a coffee or aperitif is essential in enjoying it’s slow rhythm from the sidelines. Furthermore, from this square you can admire one of Sorrento’s particularities: il Vallone dei Mulini, or the Valley of the Mills, originating from the most violent volcanic eruption of the Phlegraean Fields and the streams that over time have modified the plinth into tuff. The name comes from the ruins of a mill that until the early twentieth century was still active in the grinding of wheat.
And there is no better way to discover the Sorrento Peninsula than by sea, choosing a tour that circumnavigates the headland, thus allowing you to enjoy the landscape and stop in the most beautiful coves.
Stay moored in Marina Piccola Sorrento
At the end of a day at sea, there is nothing better than relaxing on the deck of a boat, enjoying the spectacle of the sun setting over the Gulf of Naples. The sound of the sea is the perfect soundtrack for a romantic dinner on board, illuminated by candles and starlight. Just another of the many emotions evoked by a Bed&Boat stay on a moored boat; In conclusion, a new choice in holidays, giving you a unique and unforgettable experience.