Sorrento Ferry Port
Taking a ferry from Naples to Sorrento is a great way to travel to the Amalfi Coast when you are visiting Italy. Ferries between these cities are run by a company called SNAV.
SNAV Hydrofoil from Naples to Sorrento
The SNAV hydrofoil is the fastest way to get from Naples to Sorrento. SNAV runs five or more ferries a day from Naples to Sorrento throughout the year. Ferries leave from Naples Molo Beverello ferry port and arrive at Sorrento’s port.
The Alilauro hydrofoil to Sorrento takes 35 to 40 minutes and ferry tickets cost 13.30 euros one-way. You can buy them at the port before departure or online with a credit card.
Metro del Mare from Naples to Sorrento
Metro del Mare used to run a regular ferry service from Naples to Sorrento on its ferry lines. The company’s ferry was the fastest one between the two cities, and the journey only took 30 minutes.
However, 2014 timetables have not yet been released, and there is speculation that the company will not operate ferries this year due to financial trouble.
Other Ways to get from Naples to Sorrento
If you don’t take a ferry from Naples to Sorrento, you can take a taxi, train, bus, or rental car.