Holidays in Sant Agnello mean being on the doorstep of Sorrento, yet cloistered from the hustle and bustle of one of the Neapolitan Riviera's liveliest resorts. It's a short bus or taxi ride to the centre of Sorrento, so you won't be short of bars, restaurants and nightlife. But at the same time you'll feel like you've found the real Italy, with locals going about their business, queuing at the bakers and celebrating their annual Saint's Day with a cracking display of fireworks.
Obviously, when it comes to accommodation, Sant Agnello doesn't offer up the huge range you'll find in Sorrento. - so you're unlikely to be shooting off there on one of those cheap holidays or last minute getaways. Self catering holidays in Sant Agnello are in short supply, too. However, if you're happy with a small, intimate hotel and a generous helping of Neapolitan culture around you, it could be the perfect place for you. Try the Albatros Hotel. It's designed in modern Art Deco style and conveniently located for the beach, which is about ten minutes walk away.
During the summer holidays, Sant Agnello tends to be quite a bit quieter than Sorrento, but there's still plenty to see and do. There's the beach of Marinella, once the landing point for residents of a Roman seaside villa. And for lovers of Italian church architecture, there's the beautiful Baroque church which shares the village's name.
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