Events in Sorrento Coast
What's up in Sorrento and surroundings
Crystal-clear sea, unforgettable sunsets, exclusive emotions. Sorrento is all of this and much more...
Do you want to discover it and enjoy your holiday in the Sorrentine Peninsula at its best?
At the Hotel Mediterraneo we'll tell you where to find the hidden treasures of Campania, we'll reveal the secrets of local food&wine, we'll give you the suggestions coming from those who know Sorrento, Capri, Naples and the gems of the Amalfi Coast. You'll live unforgettable and genuine experiences.
That's why the Hotel Mediterraneo Sorrento is #theplacetobe.
Not far from Sorrento, the little city overlooking the sea has always been a destination for jet-setters looking for relaxation and great tastes.
An UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ancient Maritime Republic hides a charm just waiting to be discovered with art, history, beaches and great cuisine.
A calendar full of world-class events held within the splendid environs of Villa Rufolo, just a few steps from the city’s Cathedral.
The exhibition dedicated to the Master of the Renaissance with the works of artisan Mario Paolucci, stops at the “City of the Sirens” until 5 November 2018.
The Italian Version of Versailles, the royal residence of the Bourbons in Caserta, is a masterpiece of architect and engineer Luigi Vanvitelli who revolutionised architecture worldwide. Not to be missed, the multimedia exhibition dedicated to Modigliani.
City of contradictions, over the centuries, Naples has become the multi-cultural hub of the Mediterranean, where various customs and cultures meet and, even today, take form in the tiny streets of the ancient city centre, waiting to be explored.
The panoramic terrace of the Vista Sky Bar sits between the sea and the mountains atop the roof of the Hotel Mediterraneo Sorrento. An exclusive location for cool events with a breath-taking view.
In the 1600s, Michelangelo Merisi visited Naples twice, where he created three works of inestimable value which, in themselves, make a visit to the city well worth the trip.
With its vivid colours and unique atmosphere, the “Blue island” charms all who visit. Exclusive tours to discover breathtaking locations and local flavours.
The cultural hub of the city, the historic Villa Fiorentino livens up the cultural scene of Sorrento with a calendar full of events.
The club ASI, connects culture with antique cars to promote tourism in the region of Campania. This year, the coastal edition will stop at Agerola and Conca dei Marini.
From the towns of Sorrento and Vietri sul Mare, the artisan works of Michele Calemma and the contemporary art of Mirkò animate the best-known local shops while conquering the international market with “Made in Italy”.
For many young couples, getting married in Italy seems like only a dream. At Hotel Mediterraneo in Sorrento, they can make this dream a reality. With an entire division dedicated to “the perfect wedding in Sorrento”, a team of professionals can help any couple truly enjoy the most important day of their lives.
Winner of the Los Angeles Movie Awards with a short film dedicated to Vesuvius, the artist speaks of his passion for Naples and the Coast.
From sunrise to sunset, the marvellous colours of the sea and the Mediterranean landscape are the perfect backdrop for a challenging hike along the coast, where time (and history) have come to a halt.
The Holy Week is a mix of tradition and spirituality with ancient origins. Even today, the Easter festivities are extremely heartfelt and are intertwined with local history as well.
Visit the ancient Roman city, with a stop at the Cantina del Vesuvio to taste the wine Lacryma Christi (the Tears of Christ) and take a tour of the most important vineyards on Vesuvius.
Massimo Migliorino, sommelier of the Restaurant Vesuvio of the Hotel Mediterraneo Sorrento and Alessandro Palmieri, marketing director of the wine producer Feudi di San Gregorio, talk to us about how to recognise quality wines and the methods for creating some of the best wines in the world.
Not just sea and food. Sorrento boasts of historic sites that are unique in Italy, such as the Sedil Dominova, the oldest administrative seat of the nobility in Campania, and museums that host the artwork of the masters of the 1700s, as well as the age-old Sorrentine tradition of “tarsia”, intricate wooden inlay work.
A chat with Giuseppe Saccone, chef of the restaurant Vesuvio, to discover the secrets of his recipes, rigorously created with products from the Sorrentine Peninsula.