Once you’ve enjoyed the style and sophistication of Melbourne, head towards the Mornington Peninsula. Just an hour’s drive away, this region is worth visiting for its historic coastal villages that offer regional food and wines, architecture worth seeing, hot springs and formidable beaches and bays.
Sorrento is home to refined nineteenth-century buildings and countless magnificent restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Mornington invites you to stroll along the picturesque harbor and, on the other side of the peninsula, Flinders is preserved as a charming fishing village of the nineteenth century. At Cape Schanck you can enjoy the splendid view of the Bass Strait.
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