Discover the Italian flair for food and fun while guests of a local family in Sorrento.
Duration 7 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Pick up at your hotel in Sorrento area
- Transfer to Sorrento by air-conditioned Mercedes with an English-speaking driver.
- Stop at an olive oil mill in the hills above Sorrento for a tour of the olive grove and an explanation of how extra-virgin olive oil is produced. Tasting of various types of local olive oils.
- Arrival at a local family farm, welcome drink, and tour of the barns and vegetable garden to pick what you will need for lunch.
- Cooking lesson to learn how to make pizza and gnocchi.
- Family-style lunch with an antipasto of local salami, pizza or gnocchi, and limoncello.
- In the afternoon, choose between visiting a gelato workshop in the center of Sorrento or simply taking a stroll through this charming coastal resort town.
- Return in late afternoon.
This full-day tour gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most delicious products made in Sorrento, including extra-virgin olive oil, heirloom tomatoes, and gelato. You will also learn the secret to making excellent pizza or gnocchi.
Pick-up can be arranged in other locations along the coast: contact us for details and prices.
Provided by: Rosato Private Tour (Piano di Sorrento)
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