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Guided Rambling Holidays in 

SORRENTO and the AMALFI COAST, ITALY

Accommodation:

Where we stay on the Amalfi Coast:
The attractive, family run, four-star Hotel Jaccarino is located at the small village of Sant Agata sui due Golfi which is 5 km from the town of Sorrento and 50 km south of Naples. The three-story hotel is in a quiet, hill-top location and with beautiful views of the Mediterranean and of Mount Vesuvius across the bay in the distance. The dining room overlooks a large terrace with a lovely swimming pool.  There are attractive lounge areas and bar with superb views over the bay.

Comfortable rooms have twin or double beds, flat-screen TV, personal safe and private modern bath with hair-dryer. The hotel runs a free shuttle bus into the town of Sorrento. Free Wifi is available in the public areas.         

ALL ROOMS ARE NON-SMOKING    

Meals:
Breakfast and dinner are included. Breakfast is a buffet.  There is a wide choice with coffee (including specialty coffees), juices, cereal, fruit, yoghurt, cheese, eggs, fresh-baked croissants and brioches.

Dinners are taken in the hotel dining room some nights. The dining room offers a four course dinner with a choice of three options including one vegetarian. You can sample lots of different pastas, local vegetables and local fresh fish. Tea and coffee are included.

On some nights we go to nearby restaurants to sample a variety of Neapolitan cuisine (choice of menu).
Although pizza and pasta are the culinary symbols of Neapolitan cuisine, the Bay of Naples region is also known for its superb cheeses (including the famous mozzarella), its tasty fish and seafood dishes and its delicious ice cream and pastries. One has to try such sweets as the "sfogliatella", "pastiera", "zeppole" and many others, to say nothing of a whole range of delicious fruits.

Pictures of the hotel can be seen on their web-site http://www.hoteliaccarino.eu/en/

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