Piccolo Paradiso

The hotel is situated between green lemon groves and the sea in one of the most beautiful places of the Sorrento peninsula.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. Nestled in the lemon groves of the Sorrentine Peninsula, the Piccolo Paradiso is the perfect choice for a relaxing and picturesque escape on the Neapolitan Riviera. Travel Now Pay Later Piccolo Paradiso Sorrento Jetnow. Chill-out by the hotel’s pool or enjoy a meal on the terrace overlooking the breath-taking bay of Massa Lubrense. Bright, welcoming guest rooms complete the offering for a fantastic Italian escape.


  • Close to the Beach
  • Outdoor fresh water pool
  • Perfect for couples
  • Relaxed
  • Spacious rooms
  • Sun Loungers
  • Whirlpool

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours 30 mins, transfer to resort around 1 hour 30 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.


Room types; superior double or Twin, standard double or twin or Standard single.

Superior Double or Twin.

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 4
Room facilities:
Bathroom containing a bath or shower.
Air conditioning (between 15 May and 30 Sep).
Daily room cleaning service and towel change

Standard Double or Twin.

Sleeps: Minimum 1 | Maximum 1
Room facilities:
Bathroom containing a shower.
Air conditioning (between 15 May and 30 Sep).
Daily room cleaning service and towel change

Food & Drink

Board options; Bed And Breakfast or Half Board.

The Half Board package includes buffet-style breakfast and a 3 course waiter-served dinner, consisting of 3 choices per course.


Buffet. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner

Local Attractions

Italian culture, buzzing bars and delicious pizzas are all on the menu on holidays to Sorrento – a sophisticated seaside town in the heart of the Neapolitan Riviera. Cobblestone streets, colourful flowers and picture-perfect views.

A fragrant frame of lush lemon trees and bougainvillea in bloom surround Sorrento’s sophisticated central piazza, cobbled lanes and picturesque parks. Life down at Marina Grande is like stepping back to a simpler time. Watch as fishermen empty nets and haul their daily catch onto the pebbly shores.

This lovely coastal city close to Naples has many charms of its own as well as being the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. If you’re dreaming of cobbled streets, coastal views and dining in lemon groves you’ll find all that and more in our our huge guide to what to do in Sorrento. Your first point of call should be Villa Comunale. This lovely park with manicured gardens and floral displays is known for stunning views. Piazza Tasso is Sorrento’s main square and the place to go for aperitivo and people watching. Sorrento’s fishing port has a charming village atmosphere with colourful boats and restaurants overlooking the sea. Marina Grande is the place to for local seafood with a village atmosphere but you’ll also find excellent restaurants in the old town and at the established hotels of Sorrento. Make sure to try the local wine too. Sorrento is known for its citrus fruits and abundance of lemons. As you wander through the town, keep your eye out for small lemon groves and trees hidden among the buildings. Of course many people use Sorrento as a base to explore the Amalfi and Sorrentine Coasts and to access the ruins of Pompeii. There are many hiking trails in the area. Once donkey routes, these stone paths wind from village to village through lemon and olive groves and offer beautiful scenes of the Campania countryside.