One of Italy's jewels, Sorrento rests off of the Italian Amalfi coast, on the Sorrentine Peninsula across the Bay of Naples. Its coastline cliffs provide breathtaking views of Naples and its town center provides pedestrian streets, shops, restaurants, museums, and hotels. Most people plan a day trip here or stop off as a port of call on a cruise ship, but it is worth a much longer visit.However long your trip, you will not lack for things to do in Sorrento. When deciding what to do in Sorrento, choose an active activity one day and a more leisurely activity the following day, so you do not burn out quickly. For example, alternate days for walking tours and boat tours. Sorrento makes the perfect jumping-off place for things to do in the Amalfi Coast.Experience Sorrento and its neighboring cities from the water. Some tours explore the entire Amalfi coast, some focus on Sorrento and Positano or Sorrento and Capri. A few include an adventure to the beautiful Blue Grotto. These tours vary in length from a handful of hours to all day. For tourist stops like the Blue Grotto, you will need a separate entry fee. These items typically are not bundled into the price of the boat tour. Sorrento Coast and Capri Sea View Tour: On this ten-hour boat tour, you'll spend six hours of it on land in Capri, exploring restaurants, shops, and famous sights and the other four enjoying epic views from the sea such as Vesuvius. Pickup from your hotel is included for. Bring your swimsuit, sunglasses, sunscreen, and money for entrance fees and tips.Capri Small-Group Day Tour: You'll enjoy pickup from your hotel to the harbor, sandwiches, and drinks on board, and an eight-hour excursion to Capri for snorkeling, swimming, and sightseeing. Other sights include the Marciano waterfall. Tour of the Grottos and Capri: Depart from Marina Piccola and visit the Blue Grotto, the Faraglioni, the White Grotto, the Green Grotto and the Lighthouse of Punta Carena before sightseeing.Make sure you find one traveling from Sorrento to Capri, so you do not miss out on the Capri sights.Amalfi Coast Full-Day: This seven-hour tour departs from Sorrento and includes stops in two idyllic Italian coastal towns for. You'll need to pack or buy lunch when you get hungry because it is not included on this tour.Visit its churches, restaurants, shops and go hiking on its cliffs. While many consider this small town a jumping-off point for other excursions, its beauty remains unmatched and its design lends itself to tourism since the streets of Sorrento are largely for foot traffic only. Taste the limoncello the country became famous for producing and shop the street vendors for items like fine lace. Do not miss the gelato, the gnocchi, and the seafood.Sorrento Small-Group Food Walking Tour: This guided tour of Sorrento’s delicious food vendors, from street stands to fine dining. Enjoy the real taste of Italy.Sorrento: Oil, Cheese, and Limoncello Tour: Your guide will walk with you to a local Sorrento farm where you’ll spend about three hours exploring the lemon groves. You will learn about lemon cultivation, taste the region’s signature alcohol product limoncello.You’ll visit multiple wineries for tasting and lunch. The transportation time between each location affords sweeping views of Italy’s wine country.You can also visit the remains of the thriving towns that once existed. See history frozen in time by volcanic ash as you visit Pompeii and Vesuvius.The train ride is notoriously rough, thankfully you can glide there in an air-conditioned sedan instead. Your driver will point out highlights along the way, including Capri, Vesuvius, and Pompeii. If you want to stay in Sorrento, but explore Naples, this method lets you travel on your own schedule.