Sorrento is a real haven of peace for study and creativity and it is not by chance that it has been, for more than three centuries, the destination of international artists, poets and musicians. The town, Torquato Tasso's birthplace, was also the residence for some time of Wolfgang Goethe, who found here the muse inspiring the composition of his famous "Parsifal", Ibsen who wrote "Ghosts" in Sorrento, Lord Byron, F.Cooper, I. Taine, Giacomo Leopardi, Albert Dumas, Giuseppe Verdi, Oscar Wilde and Friedric Nietzsche who lived here finding inspiration for extraordinary works.
Sorrento, one of the most beautiful areas in all Italy, is a lovely, old town right on the coast, it is a strategic point from which you can quickly and easily connect to other main tourist attractions throughout the south of Italy. Sorrento is a town that has always known how to turn every stay into an unforgettable holiday where sea, sand, colors, scents, relaxation, and cheerfulness create a magical mix alongside mythology, culture, and centuries-old tradition.
Sorrento has fully preserved its human dimension. Among its streets full of colours, its baroque churches full of history, its public places full of friendliness and smiles, you can study peacefully, in a safe environment, surrounded by a nature rich in Mediterranean colours and fragrances.
Destination of the international tourism for centuries, Sorrento is one of the most celebrated places in literature. The town and the whole Peninsula projecting into the Tyrrhenian Sea, between the Gulfs of Naples and Salerno, has always been renowned for a mild climate and the particular beauty of the nature.