In addition to the famous Path of the Gods, the Sorrentine Peninsula and the Amalfi coast offer charming exciting and hidden paths that Best Western Hotel La Solara invites you to discover during your stay in Sorrento.
It represents one of the most beautiful nature point of view. The trail is easy and flat and runs along the sea and small gardens and olive groves.
At some point you will find yourself at a crossroads: the uphill road takes you along the ridge of Monte San Costanzo, the other to the plateau of Punta Campanella, where you will find a Saracen tower used to spot and raise the alarm in case of raids and the remains of the Sanctuary of Minerva.
Punta Campanella is also home to legends, according to the Odyssey where Ulysses met the Sirens.
Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Sorrento and Massa Lubrense
Different types of excursions are possible in these cities: walking outside the beaten track you can see buildings that are typical of this area, the gardens of olive and citrus crops under pergolas covered with straw, rural houses, villages, churches, dry walls stone fences and Mediterranean vegetation typical of the area.
Valley of the Mills
One of the most picturesque routes in respect of the environment and the climate, typical of this area.
Inside there is a nature reserve that preserves a special type of fern and the ruins of old mills that served as factories for the manufacture of the famous paper of Amalfi.
The Ieranto Bay is reachable or walk through a path that branches off from the village of Nerano, or boats permitted.
The trail takes about an hour and is relatively easy, although in some places can be complicated due to the poor condition of the staircase.
1131 meters high, Mount Faito is one of the summits of the chain of Mons Lactarius Preappennino of Campania. Its name derives from the dialect word "beech forest " as the area is rich in beech as well as oak and chestnut trees.
Capo di Sorrento
The baths of Queen Joan are a mix of history, nature and the sea. To visit them you need to travel a short trail and a little tiring running from Capo di Sorrento, the western end of the town of Sorrento.
The baths of Queen Joan are on the ruins of an ancient Roman villa, which fits perfectly with the beauty of the surrounding landscape.