Well, when you read this I will be hopefully sunning myself in stunning Sorrento.
Who has been there? Was it a land based holiday or was it a port of call?
I have visited the area just once a few years ago when it was a port of call on one of Oceania’s ships, and I have to say that from just the brief time I had there I thought it was a wonderful place and was definitely on my returns list.
I thinks there is so much to see and do in this area, you can visit Pompeii and Herculaneum, dice with death on the Amalfi Coastal roads, visit the beautiful Island of Capri on a luxury yacht and let’s not forget the Limoncello tasting.
What makes a holiday special to you? Is it time spent with your family and loved ones or perhaps it’s a chance to get away from the family! Are you an adrenaline junkie and hate to laze around on a beach, op perhaps you are a culture vulture and love absorbing the history and culture of new places.
I know I have mentioned this before but here at cruise.co.uk we obviously sell cruises and if your idea of Heaven is boarding at Southampton without the hassle of going to the airport then we have hundreds of cruise to suit, but if you want to see Everest, climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge, swim with dolphins, meet a Sumo wrestler then we have tailor made packages to suit everyone.
Have you looked on our tailor made section or perhaps you have received our latest bucket list brochure and you have seen something you like the look of but would like some more information, then don’t hesitate to call – but make sure it’s after the 03rd July as I am not back until then.
Cheers everyone – and I will let you know what we got up to in Sorrento!