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Our hotel was in the Marina Grande and the only downside is the steep climb up to the main town. It is a steep road. There are buses every half hour during the day but despite the timetable the service becomes spasmodic during the evening....More
We walked down a long winding road to the marina but it was worth it - what a little treasure! Still used for fishing boats with a small harbour and a handful of restaurants. We took a 1hr boat trip along the coast with Roberto...More
Lots of sea food restaurants , bars and trips in smaller boats to see the sights , small beach with sun bed hire and umbrellas ,small bus every 30mins to take you up the hill into Sorrento main town , or you could have a...More
We stayed in Marina Grande for a week this May and LOVED IT. This is a calmer quieter Sorrento right on the water. The marina is a small, quiet working marina with a few local fishermen and a boat rental, a little beach, lots of...More
Response from GlasGal549 | Reviewed this property |
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina... More
Hello there, from the Piazza Tasso you can either walk along Corso Italia (the main road) or down 'the drains' Via. S. Cesareo and Via Fuoro. At the end if the drains you will see a few paths that lead down to the Marina Grande. Further along just passed the hospital on the right there is also a road (via de mare) down to the Marina. The road maybe an easier walk however beware of traffic. Otherwise get a taxi. Hotels may be able to provide you with a map which would help.