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Sorrento and Amalfi in May 2014

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We are going to Italy in May and will be staying in Sorrento or maybe Sant Agnello. I'd love some advice from fellow fodorites about these 2 towns and also about transportation. There will be 6 of us, 2 australians and 4 english, so we want a 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom self catering apartment somewhere central as we will not have cars.
1. Has anyone stayed at VRBO 859500 in Sant Agnello and would you reccommend it?
2. Any other recommendations for accommodation?
3. Is staying in the centre of Sorrento noisy?
4. How easy is it to get to places from Sant Agnello. We want to visit Pompei, Herculaneum, Capri, Positano, Ravello and Villa Cimbrone and Villa Ruffolo and will need to use public transport.
5. Will the water be warm enough to swim? Should we make sure there is air con in the apartment?

We got fantastic advice last year before our trip to Northern Italy, so thanks again to all those people who helped make our 2013 trip so memorable.

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