As each center of Sorrento, Sant'Agata also has a good wine and gastronomic tradition, a restaurant with three Michelin stars. Origin and successes of the gastronomy and hotel tradition Santagatese go back to the early twentieth century thanks to two great connoisseurs of good living and good food: the Neapolitan poet Salvatore Di Giacomo and George English writer Norman Douglas, who with his Siren Land made famous Capri, Sorrento and Sant'Agata worldwide.
Today, S. Agata sui due Golfi is a busy tourist destination , mainly from various parts of the world. From here is possible to reach, by hiking trails, Sorrento, Massa Lubrense and baia di Crapolla.
The central location is ideal for exploring the Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast. It's altitude ensures a comfortable nights sleep in mid summer. Massalubrense: 5 Km
Sorrento (further facilities, hospital, hydrofoil to Naples, Positano, Amalfi, Capri): 7 km
Positano 17 km
Amalfi 30 km
Pompeii 30 km
Napoli 60 Km
Ercolano 45 km
Vesuvio 50 km
Airports: Naples 60 km, Rome (Fiumicino) 267 km