Is Sorrento worth staying in?
While you won't find any of Italy's top 10 tourist attractions here, Sorrento is worth a stop for its laid-back holiday air, beaches, and its old streets lined by noble houses. The heart of the town is busy Piazza Tasso, surrounded by little streets where you'll find shopping and places to eat.
How do I get from Sorrento to Capri by boat?
Getting to Capri from Sorrento
Ferries for Capri depart from Sorrento's Marina Piccola port. There are more frequent routes in the summer (departing about every 30 minutes), and the crossing lasts about 25 minutes. You reach the port of Sorrento by climbing down the stairs from Piazza Tasso.
What is the best time of year to visit Sorrento Italy?
Spring and autumn are considered the best time to go to Sorrento for milder weather and just as much sunshine as the summer. The town is quiet at this time of year, which gives the region a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
Yes, Sorrento is crowded, touristy, filled especially with British and Americans, and can feel a bit Disney. It also is naturally gorgeous, with cliffs and the sea and curves all around.