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Top 5 things to do in Sorrento

Ferriere Valley
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Ferriere Valley
The Valle Delle Ferriere is a gorgeous, green path that winds upwards from Amalfi through the lush hills of the Amalfi Coast, past ancient abandoned mills, ironworks, waterfalls, and unspoiled natural vegetation. The walk will transport you to a Mediterranean forest, with the scent of lemons from sloping terraces and the sounds of gushing waterfalls nearby. This area is known for its unique biodiversity and is the perfect habitat for cyclamen, wild orchids, and even a small carnivorous plant called Erica terminalis. You might also spot colorful salamanders and a rare species of giant fern called the Woodwardia radicans, which dates back to the Tertiary Period. Valle Delle Ferriere is located in the Italian province of Salerno.
Capri Island – Grotta Bianca
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Capri Island – Grotta Bianca
The Grotta Bianca, or 'white cave' of Capri, takes its name from the white incrustations of calcium carbonate that lines its sides, and the clusters of white stalactites that hang from the cave ceiling and frame of its entrance.
Villa Fiorentino
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Villa Fiorentino
Villa Fiorentino is one of the main attractions in Sorrento, in Italy. This Neoclassical home with three floors and a beautiful garden features excellent stage facilities and a children's playground outside.
Duoglio Beach
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Duoglio Beach
Especially popular with young people and watersports enthusiasts, Duoglio Beach is located in the hamlet of Lone, a few kilometers before Amalfi when you're driving from Positano. The view from above is magnificent, and down on the beach (if you make the trek) there are small coves, only accessible from the sea.
Grotta dello Smeraldo
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Grotta dello Smeraldo
The Grotta dello Smeraldo (Emerald Grotto) is a cave that is partially filled with seawater. It's famed for its emerald waters caused by the entry of light. It is located in Conca dei Marini on the Amalfi Coast.