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Il Vallone dei Mulini

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Il Vallone dei Mulini

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Boat Excursion to Capri Island: Small Group from Sorrento

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A boat tour around Capri is the perfect way to discover the island at a relaxed pace sharing the happiness with a small group of people ( max 12) on board. We will pick you up with a free shuttle to your hotel and we will leave from the port of Massa Lubrense sailing under the coast towards Capri with a first stop at the Marciano natural waterfall to take some amazing photos,to show later to your friends once you'll be back home, and take a refreshing bath. We will continue towards Cala di Mitigliano and Punta Campanella, the extremity of the Sorrento Peninsula to arrive in Capri welcomed by the Salto di Tiberio, a precipice overlooking the sea, and Villa Jovis immediately followed by the "Grotta del Corallo" and the "Grotta Bianca". The tour will continue sailing towards the Faraglioni Rocks, the Natural Arch of Capri and Villa Malaparte. The first part of the tour will end with a stop for a swim in Marina Piccola with a view of the Faraglioni, before a landing on the island for a stop of about 4 hours. On board we will provide you a packed lunch with vegetarian sandwich and beverages! The return journey is approximately 40 minutes, a free shuttle to the hotel will be waiting for you at the port.
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Ana L wrote a review Oct 2020
Navan, Ireland2,616 contributions825 helpful votes
At the moment, it is not accessible. You can look while crossing the bridge. It seems they are doing some renovation works...
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MerseysideTinkerbell wrote a review Feb 2020
Merseyside, United Kingdom3,604 contributions380 helpful votes
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This is just a short walk up the road from the main square in the centre of Sorrento and it is on the right hand side and you can see it if you look over the bridge to it. You cannot go down to it but it is a part of Sorrento's history.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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840Bertie wrote a review Oct 2019
Sheffield42 contributions9 helpful votes
It is currently totally hidden by tarpaulins due to building work. Nothing to see! Not worth the walk and would be unsafe to access
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Nugget0008 wrote a review Oct 2019
United Kingdom45 contributions23 helpful votes
No information at the site to explain what the building is/was so had to look it up online. Unfortunately, it's almost completely covered with scaffolding whilst construction work takes place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Robert W wrote a review Oct 2019
Lisburn, United Kingdom3,102 contributions190 helpful votes
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During my Sorrento Walking Tour - this was our first visit. I had already read about the Old Sawmill when doing "preparitory" research on Sorrento, before coming. The guide kept us for around ten minutes, explaining the history of the Old Sawmill, situated at the bottom of the Sorrento Valley, (all of which I already knew; valuable sightseeing time wasted, for me). What made it more boring (for me) was the fact that, at this stage of "restoration", there was little to see! In my opinion, the necessary scaffolding in place, "took away from" accurate, photographic, "authenticity" of the Mill. It is near Piazza Tasso, next to the Plaza Hotel, where it can be viewed from above (at street level). At this stage - only worth "a glance" and perhaps, a photo.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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