Chiesa di Sant’Agata

Chiesa di Sant’Agata

This church, in the village square, is well worth a visit to view its amazing altar, crafted in the 1600s. It’s an intricate work of polychrome marble, inlaid with mother of pearl. It was actually made for another church, but has been in Saint Agata’s since the 19th century. The interior is a cool spot on a hot day.
Monastero di San Paolo

Monastero di San Paolo

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Sorrento Area

This Carmelite convent is on the tourist train route, but you can also walk up to it from the village. It was founded in the 17th century and Benedictine nuns still live and worship here. You can buy their...

82.2 Km to Chiesa di Sant’Agata - Map

Chapel of St. Anthony of Padua

Chapel of St. Anthony of Padua

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Sorrento Area

Take a walk down to the eastern end of the beach of Marina del Cantone to see this beautifully renovated 15th century church. Inside there is a baroque altar in polychrome marble, with a statue of St Anthony to...

130.6 Km to Chiesa di Sant’Agata - Map

Negombo

Negombo

Sorrento Area

Negombo is a pampering spa resort set in a botanical garden filled with exotic plants. There are 12 thermal pools ranging from 24 to 36 degrees Celsius to restore a sense of well-being. The adventurous can try...

609.4 Km to Chiesa di Sant’Agata - Map