Part of the allure of going to Sorrento was to walk to a different port or marina each day. Naturally, this was one of the first we went to and loved the walk along ancient roman streets lined with block walls. The path roadway is narrow and be careful of cars coming and going. As you get further away from Sorrento center and decend toward the marina you begin to realize the age of the roads, walls and buildings you are passing. They begin to close in on you at one point and you pass through the oldest greek gate in the city. Once through and moving down toward the marina you see the wharfs and boats. To your left are the tuff rock cliffs that tower up and surround the back of the marina. We were so in love with this place that we walked to and from it to our villa at the other end of Sorrento twice in one day. My wife had already been to it once that same day so she made the trek three times. A group of us went down in the evening and ate supper at Nonna Emilia's. Great family run small restaurant with terrific fish meals and beer. Wonderful
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