The Mornington Peninsula is best known for its bays, history and for being an ideal summer holiday destination, in particularly the seaside village of Sorrento. Sorrento overlooks Port Phillip Bay, the town is known for its historic limestone buildings, and its population of Bottlenose Dolphins as well as cafés and shopping including boutiques, galleries and specialist shops. Stop an have a picnic and visit the wineries with over 200 vineyards on the Peninsula to choose from. Swim in the beautiful clean bay waters and view wild dolphins or surf at one of the ocean surf beaches. There are many recreational activities on offer such as horse riding, bush walking through State Parks, golf, sailing, scuba diving, fishing and boating. Visit the Sorrento Art Festival in January and the Salt and Seaweed Sorrento Festival in March that showcases the region's food, wine and arts. Best of all the entrance to the Mornington Peninsula is only an hours drive from Melbourne. Other areas of the Peninsula include Frankston, Mornington, Dromana, Rosebud West, Rye and Portsea. You can also catch a ferry from Sorrento to Queenscliff. Choose the Mornington Peninsula for your next holiday destination for fun in the sun.
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