Luxury Villas in Sorrento, Italy

Type: Villa    Country:Italy    Location: Sorrento    Sleeps: Any    No. of Bedrooms: or more    Collection: Any

With picture-perfect views of Naples and Mt Vesuvius, Sorrento is a beautiful Italian town with plenty to do when on a luxury villa holiday in Sorrento.

Stroll along the cobblestone streets and you will struggle to not pop into antique and craft shops or a cafe for a light refreshment. Pizza and seafood are a speciality here! And if you fancy a dip in the sea, your luxury villa is never far from the water, there is nothing quite like swimming beneath the cliffs. Hop off one of the wooden bathing platforms and gaze at the town above you.

Villa Sorrentine
Sorrento, Italy

Contemporary minimalist chic abounds at Villa Sorrentine. But there is nothing minimal about the level of excellence evident at this luxury villa with swimming pool in the Sant’Agata area of Sorrento. Enjoying stunning views of both the sea and...

6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
From €15,000 per week

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Villa Astina
Sorrento, Italy

Steeped in history, overflowing with art pieces and surrounded by what is widely considered one of Italy’s best gardens, Villa Astina is in a league of its own. This luxury villa in Sorrento is perched on a cliff top, overlooking the Bay of Naples...

6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
Price : On request

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Destination Guide: Sorrento

About Sorrento

Since it became an unmissable stop on the Grand Tour, Sorrento has been a place people have come to soak up culture and atmosphere in equal quantities and there some fantastic luxury villas to match its grandeur.

Yes, it’s an ideal base from which to discover the ancient sites of Herculaneum and Pompeii as well as the pretty, chi-chi towns of the Amalfi coast such as Positano and Amalfi itself, but Sorrento should not be overlooked as a luxury villa holiday destination in itself.

With beautiful narrow, winding streets to explore, Renaissance squares and churches and the sunny harbour, there’s both plenty to busy yourself with and plenty of opportunities to relax, too.

Whether you’re sitting watching the world go by in Piazza Tasso, bustling with craftspeople, enjoying local delicacies in bars and restaurants, or finding a little peace in the Basilica di St Antonio and exploring its wonderful crypt, not a moment is ever wasted here even when relaxing by the pool of your luxury villa.

Getting There:

The nearest airport is at Naples, just over an hour’s drive from Sorrento. Trains also run to Sorrento from Naples.

Image from: Sorrento-Sant’Agnello Official Tourist Board private collection - Photos by A. Fattorusso

Best places to eat and drink in Sorrento

You really can’t go wrong when it comes to eating and drinking in this part of Italy. Food is at the heart of society here. The area is known for its lemons, seafood and its pizza in particular. There’s hot competition between restaurants as to who serves the perfect pizza!

However, there’s also a booming gourmet food scene and you’re certain to enjoy some exquisite meals while you’re here whether dining out or in the comfort of your luxury villa with private chef.

For a rustic but delicious seafood experience, head to Soul and Fish on the marina. More upmarket and with its own wonderful outlook is the Michelin-starred Terrazza Bosquet at the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria, a gourmet restaurant that serves, amongst other things, a range of citrus-based dishes, using fruit from the hotel’s own orange grove.

A little out of town but absolutely not to be missed whilst on a luxury villa holiday here, is The Restaurant at Don Alfonso 1890 in the village of Sant Agatha, a 20-minute drive away. The Restaurant serves modern twists on traditional Sorrento and Amalfi coast favourites, has a fabulous wine cellar and an aging room for cheese – thoroughly earning its three Michelin stars and Relais and Chateaux accreditation.

Best time to visit Sorrento

July and August are pretty hot in Sorrento but its coastal location means it is never unpleasantly hot here. Temperatures start to fall a little in September. Perhaps the nicest time to visit is Spring, when it’s less crowded but already warm. April and May are lovely.

What we love about Sorrento

We love pulling into the Marina Grande after a quick boat trip out to Capri and spending the early evening bar-hopping and people-watching with a view of the sea.