Directions to Green Paradise Bed and BreakfastAddress: Via Deserto 14C, Sant'Agata Sui Due Golfi, Massa Lubrense, Italy
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Directions to Green Paradise Bed and Breakfast
How to reach us From the motorway For who is travelling by car: take the Naples-Salerno Motorway and leave it at Castellammare di Stabia, from where you can follow the indications for the Sorrento Peninsula. When arriving at Meta di Sorrento, follow the indications for Positano and after about 5 kilometers turn and follow them for S. Agata sui due Golfi. Keep going, and on arrival at S. Agata sui due Golfi, follow the indications for 'Deserto' where one of our staff will meet you. (Please phone us before arrival). By Bus From the station 'Tiburtina' in Rome there is a bus service ran by the Marozzi company every day from Rome to Sorrento. From the train station in Sorrento, there leaves about every half hour with the SITA company, buses for Amalfi, S.Agata sui due Golfi and Massalubrense with stops in the towns and villages on their way to destination. (Again please telephone above telephone number before arrival in S.Agata sui due Golfi). The bus stop from S.Agata sui due Golfi to the centre of Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast is only a few meters from Villa Green Paradise. From the same bus stop, buses will take you to the train station in Sorrento and near to the Port. For the Airport of Capodichino (Naples Airport) there is a bus service with the Curreri company which leaves about every two hours during the day from the centre of Sorrento. By Train From the train station of Naples Centrale - Piazza Garibaldi - 'Ferrovie dello Stato' trains arrive and depart for all of the important Italian cities. Every 30 minutes local trains called Circumvesuviana leave for Sorrento every day of the week. By Sea From Beverello Port in Naples ( near the Piazza Municipio) boats and hydrofoils leave for Sorrento regularly. The Port of Sorrento is about 500 meters from the centre and there is a bus service (little orange buses) that runs to and from the Port at regular intervals. Also from the Port of Sorrento it is very easy to reach the islands of Capri and Ischia with the frequent hydrofoils and boats.