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Sorrento: Lemon Garden Tour with Marmalade Tasting

1. Sorrento: Lemon Garden Tour with Marmalade Tasting

Immerse yourself in Sorrento's most deep-rooted traditions with a guided tour of a local lemon garden. Stroll through the lush area to learn about the typical cultivation techniques. Taste some delicious artisanal jam, as well as some fresh limoncello and lemon-scented olives. Take a lovely leisure walk through this lush garden and experience the age-old tradition of lemon cultivation. Listen to your guide as they tell you the history behind this true Italian staple. See the production and transformation techniques of the most famous lemons in the world. Breathe in the intense scent of these iconic fruits and enjoy a guided tasting of the estate's most representative products, including orange and lemon marmalade.

Sorrento Farm: Pizza school with wine & Limoncello Tasting

2. Sorrento Farm: Pizza school with wine & Limoncello Tasting

Primaluce is nestled between seas and mountains, among the green hills of Sorrento, up to overlooking the infinite shades of blue of the Gulf of Naples. Here we offer a genuine and seasonal itinerary, dedicated to all those who love true and uncontaminated flavours! - Welcome drink - Stop in the relaxation area (lawn) - Explanation, demonstration and pizza school with relative tasting - Dinner in a farmhouse consisting of pizza made and baked with your own hands, appetizer of cold cuts and fresh mozzarella, field vegetables, first course based on the seasonality of the period and traditional dessert. Water, wine, limoncello and house dessert included

Sorrento: Guided Walking Tour & Street Food Experience

3. Sorrento: Guided Walking Tour & Street Food Experience

Follow your guide around Tasso Square, admire the Sant'Antonino Church and the San Francesco Cloister, and marvel at the spectacularly ancient Valley of the Mills. Learn about the history of the monuments and how the townspeople appreciate and celebrate these locations.   Taste a delicious tagliere with local salami and cheese. In the little alleys of Sorrento, you can appreciate the local art crafts such as the inlaid woodwork and the famous Sorrento sandals. Ask your guide for recommendations on where to buy souvenirs. Learn about the small industries that exist within this small town. Learn how to get around Sorrento, and ask your guide for advice on other locations to see while in the area. Stop at a local shop in the city center, for a quick refresh to taste seasonal fresh fruits before continuing to the Marina. Get a sense of local life as you stroll around the old fishing village of Marina Grande and enjoy the stunning view of the Neapolitan Riviera from breathtaking viewpoints. Hear about the history of fishing in the area from old wives' tales to interesting techniques used. Get the local cuoppo fritto a horn filled with fried fish or other delights.

Sorrento: Oil, Cheese, and Limoncello Tour

4. Sorrento: Oil, Cheese, and Limoncello Tour

begin your walking tour from Tasso Square in Sorrento to learn about its history and knowing about the cultivation and production of lemons, olive oil, cheese, and wine. Walking under the lemon grove, an expert guide leads you through the basics of the process of lemon cultivation. Later, take the opportunity to test what you have learned by visiting a Limoncello factory to recognize its particular color, flavor, and aroma. You then proceed the walking tour to a visit to a cheese factory fora final tasting. At the conclusion of your experience, your tour ends in Tasso Square.

Sorrento: 5-Hour Food Tastings Tour

5. Sorrento: 5-Hour Food Tastings Tour

Escape the hustle of everyday life and get back to nature on this 5-hour food tour of the Sorrentine Peninsula, with round-trip transfer from your city center hotel. Start off with the visit of the local Oil Mill of Schiazzano where to see the whole process of extra vergin olive oil making. Taste freshly prepaired extra virgin olive oil on homemade bread as well delicious lemonade, basil, origan, rosemary. Continue to the cheese factory of Il Turziello, registered with the Provolone del Monaco D.O.P, and see a demonstration of how mozzarella cheese is twisted to form a treccia and how caciottine cheese is made. Taste delicious cheeses with salami and a glass of La Masseria wine Next step is a pizza lesson at Da Francesco Restaurant, located in the historical heart of Schiazzano. Discover the secrets of an authentic Neapolitan pizza, where you are invited to make and bake a pizza for your lunch. Enjoy some homemade desserts and coffee.

Sorrento: City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

6. Sorrento: City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

Explore the town of Sorrento on this guided walking tour with a local. Follow your guide around as you visit historical destinations and learn about the town's heritage. After meeting your guide, start your walking tour by strolling through lively piazzas like Tasso Square. Get a sense of local life as you walk around the fishing harbor where Sophia Loren played her first movies. Then, take in the breathtaking views from the public gardens. Along the way, admire landmarks like the Basilica of San Antonino and the San Francesco Cloister. Marvel at the spectacular Valley of the Mills, and make a stop for Neapolitan espresso coffee, pastries, and homemade ice cream.

Sorrento: 2-Hour Walking Tour

7. Sorrento: 2-Hour Walking Tour

Sorrento is a relaxing and quiet town on the Bay of Naples. Set on a large tufa terrace overlooking the sea, Sorrento is an ancient place of residence of international fame that extends from Castellammare to Punta Campanella, as a watershed between the Gulf of Naples and Salerno. Walk through the town with a locally certified tour guide. Walk along the main street of the city named Corso Italia and through the typical alleys with shops selling souvenirs, liquors (limoncello) and fashion. Visit the Tasso Square with the statue of Torquato Tasso, the famous Italian writer born here. Then head to the Church of Sant'Antonino, patron saint of the city and the diocese of Sorrento. View the Deep Valley of the Mills and the belvedere with its breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples. Walk through the downtown lane and admire the Nobles Council known as Sedile Dominova. Visit the Gothic cathedral with masterworks form the Renaissance and Baroque.

Sorrento: Guided Walking Food Tour and Limoncello Experience

8. Sorrento: Guided Walking Food Tour and Limoncello Experience

Meet your guide from the set meeting point, Piazza Torquato Tasso, Sorrento. Walking along the narrow lanes you will have a chance to learn about its history, the cultivation of lemons and the production of olive oil, cheese and wine. An expert guide will lead you step by step in the knowledge of the basics of cultivation, production and tasting of Sorrento local products. You will learn to understand and recognize the different qualities of these excellent products, from the typical production to their properties, such as color, aroma and flavor. Of course, you can’t miss a visit to a local factory producing cheese and limoncello. Highlight of the tour will be the tasting of a nice bruschetta topped with fresh home-made bread, extra virgin Olive Oil, different kinds of local cheese, salami and vegetables paired with a glass of wine. Between tastings, you will gain insights into the city’s cultural highlights, food history, and tips on “how to eat Italian.”

Sorrento: Authentic Cooking and Dining in Local's Home

9. Sorrento: Authentic Cooking and Dining in Local's Home

Discover genuine Italian food in this private dining experience at a local's home and enjoy an exclusive cooking presentation. Taste some real Italian food with recipes that are treasured in family cookbooks passed down by real Italian mammas. Partake in a scrumptious 4-course menu including a starter, pasta, main course, side dish, and dessert. Sip on a selection of red and white wines from regional cellars, and end your meal like an Italian with a hot cup of coffee. Feel the warmth of Italian hospitality as you connect with local people over warm stoves and good food.

Sorrento: Private Walking Tour

10. Sorrento: Private Walking Tour

Sorrento is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southern Italy, located on a plateau overlooking the sea. A city rich in traditions, culinary art, culture, social events and natural beauties, to be experienced 365 days a year. Immerse yourself in everyday life as you stroll through the ancient fishing village of Marina Grande and admire the enchanting panorama of the Gulf of Naples from a magnificent vantage point. Hear the history of fishing in the area, from anecdotes to the techniques employed. We will visit the village of Marina Grande, a coast that hosts a characteristic marina, the beach reserved for bathers and numerous bars and restaurants for refreshment. On this 2.5-hour guided tour you will be able to discover the history of this city and enjoy every moment with your guide

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 220 reviews

This might be the best tour we did on our entire 3 week trip to Italy. We had so much fun on this tour! There were so many highlights, most of the time we were laughing from how fun it was but also how funny our hosts were, always cracking jokes! The hosts are super friendly and made an effort to make sure everyone was having a good time. The drive from the pizza shop to the farm was so much fun (they take you on auto rickshaws through winding streets). A few highlights: the mozzarella making demonstration (never ate such fresh/delicious cheese), the limoncello shots (prepare to drink and laugh a lot), the pizza making (such a fun experience, and also delicious), and the hosts (all so nice!). 10/10 recommend.

This was a very fun and exciting experience. The zipline is high and long so goes without saying that its not for those with a fear of heights. Worth planning your journey there beforehand whether you drive, taxi or walk. We decided to take the 1000+ steps to get there in the morning and arrived earlier than expected. We had to wait a little while to get ready but after that, everything worked very smoothly.

Gianpaulo was an excellent guide. Very knowledgeable and provided a wonderful history of Sorrento with detailed explanations. We had great exposure to many key points of the town and how the surrounding area and people affecting the towns growth and development.

We enjoyed our walking tour of Sorrento. It allowed us to better understand where everything was located and history of the city.

This is a fantastic way to spend 1/2 your day! Hosts were awesome