The beautiful natural setting of the Sorrento Peninsula makes it one of the most famous tourist attractions of Italy. A lovely place, the preferred destination of illustrious travelers of the 1700’s as Wagner, Nietzsche, Goethe, Dickens that chosed the area as the cultural stage of their journey. Their pages have indelibly photographed the beauty. Jutting into the Tyrrhenian Sea almost to the island of Capri, the Sorrento Peninsula extends from Castellammare di Stabia at Punta Campanella, a land lane between the gulfs of Naples and Salerno. The Sorrento Peninsula is a combination of colors and flavors, coves and breathtaking views overlooking the sea. Bathing facilities meet all the many and varied needs. There are many towns, including the most famous which is Sorrento, perched on an imposing cliff overlooking the sea. This charming town retains medieval and classical memories, which are flanked by the architecture of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. There are opportunities for wellness tourism, like the thermal baths of Vico Equense, one of the most picturesque of the Coast. But the great charm of this land is the coastal road, one of the wonders of the Italian landscape. Citrus groves, vineyards and olive groves sloping gently towards the sea, the trail follows the tortuous coast, curve after curve opens incredible views of the Bay of Naples, Mt.Vesuviusand Capri.