Taking a ferry from Naples to the Amalfi Coast or the nearby islands is one of the best ways to travel when you are visiting the area.
Regular ferry services run from Naples to many Amalfi Coast towns, including Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi. There are also ferries to the islands of Capri and Ischia, as well as other destinations along the Cliento Coast.
Here are details of several ferries from Naples that can take you to other destinations in the region.
Ferry from Naples to Amalfi
The ferry to Amalfi runs via Sorrento and Positano, and takes just under two hours to reach the port.
Ferry from Naples to Capri
Many companies run passenger ferries to Capri, and there are departures year-round. The trip takes between 40 and 80 minutes, depending on whether you take a fast hydrofoil or a slower ferry. There are also car ferries on this route.
Ferry from Naples to Ischia
Ferries to Ischia are run year-round by several companies, so it is easy to get there whenever you arrive in Naples. There are both passenger-only and car and passenger ferries on this route.
Ferry from Naples to Positano
Ferries to Positano run via Sorrento, and only operate in the summer months.
Ferry from Naples to Sorrento
Ferries from Naples to Sorrento are run by several companies, some of whom operate year-round and others who only operate in the high season. There are both hydrofoils and slower ferry services on this route.