Privileged position on the Gulf of Sorrento

Hotel Miramare - Sorrento



The Miramare is situated at 1 km from the historical centre of Sorrento and at 2km from the main Piazza Tasso, the centre of the town. At 2,5 km from the station and at 2,5 km from the port.

How to reach us

A3 Naples – Salerno Highway.
Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and go along the State Street 145.
Going on up to the Sorrento Coast the Miramare is on the main road.

Next to the  Naples Central Station you will find that of the Circumvesuviana, which will take you to the Sorrento Coast. Get off in Sorrento.The local railway line of Circumvesuviana, very close to Naples-Piazza Garibaldi Central station, is the cheapest way to get to the Sorrento Coast. For only 3,50 Euro, in little more than one hour, the characteristic local trains go along the line Naples-Sorrento there and back making stops at the intermediate towns.  Train departures are frequent: there are almost 80 runs a day.
For any further information about timetables, please view the web site

From the Molo Beverello in Naples hydrofoils leave, by which you’ll easily reach the port of Sorrento.

Naples Airport is that of Capodichino at 50 km from Sorrento. From here you may take a taxi (better to book a private transfer with hotel) or use the buses of the Curreri line which will take you directly to Sorrento..

Hotel Miramare Via Capo, 60, 80067 Sorrento NA


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