|From / To
|04 November - 14 December
|15 December - 31 March
|From / To
|04 November - 14 December
|15 December - 31 March
Ticket cost Sorrento Capri
|Ordinary: Visitor Fee
|Ordinary: Regional Importance Fee
|Child (2-11 yrs)
|Groups (min. 15 pax)
|School groups (min. 15 pax)
|Luggage (each piece)
- INFANT: Under the age of 2 are free ticket but are not entitled to a seat
- GUIDES AND TOUR LEADERS: Free ticket (max. 1 free ticket every 20 paying passengers.
- BUNKER SURCHARGE: Fees include the additional 'Bunker Surcharge' therefore may very depending on the cost of fuel.
- PRE-SALE: For Pre-sale tickets, an extra €1,00 fee needs to be added for each passenger. This extra cost does not apply to Groups.
- NOTES: You need to add to the round-trip rate an extra of € 5,00 per person as landing in Capri
Ferry from Capri to Sorrento
The island of Capri is extremely close to the Sorrentine Peninsula. Embarking from Capri with the Alilauro Gruson hydrofoils and ferries, you can quickly reach the port of Sorrento. During the boat trip you can look out and contemplate the beautiful views of Punta Campanella and of the Sorrento Coast. In Sorrento, an obligatory stop on the Grand Tour and a city loved by Caruso, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a fairytale stay, rich in culture and natural landscapes.
How to get from Capri to Sorrento?
Ferries from Capri to Sorrento depart from the tourist port of Marina Grande which can be reached by funicular directly from the Piazzetta di Capri. During the low season there are rides every 15 minutes, while in the busiest periods the departures are continuous. The travel time is 4 minutes. Alternatively, you can call a taxi, or walk to the harbor and the boarding area using the stairs in front of the square in about 15/20 minutes.
Harbor of Capri
The disembarkation point for all fast ferries from Capri to Sorrento is the tourist port of Marina Piccola. The landing in this port is the best place for those who want to admire the beauty of the Sorrento Peninsula. From the port of Marina Piccola, you can easily reach your hotel or another destination by EAV buses or by taxi.
Ferry and hydrofoil timetables from Capri to Sorrento
Usually the Capri-Sorrento ferries or hydrofoils are available from 7 am. During the first half of the day, the rides are very frequent, especially in the high season. On the Alilauro Gruson website you will find the updated timetables for the ferries from Capri to Sorrento. If you are planning to spend a day in Sorrento, you should book your return ticket first, to save time and be sure to have your seat on board.
Ticket prices from Capri to Sorrento
You can book tickets for the fast ferries from Capri to Sorrento in advance on our website Alilauro Gruson. Remember to also monitor the "Offers" section so as not to miss our best offers. Normally, the full ticket for the single route starts at around 18 Euros. Reductions are available for groups and for children aged 2 to 11 traveling in the company of an adult.
How long does the Capri Sorrento connection last?
The connection between the port of Marina Grande in Capri and that of Marina Piccola in Sorrento has a total duration of about 20 minutes. During the journey, do not forget to pay your attention to the beautiful tower of Punta Campanella.
What to do during your stay in Sorrento?
The charming village of Sorrento is located very close to the Harbor of Marina Piccola. The narrow streets with the characteristic shops and restaurants will amaze you with their colors and scents. Not infrequently in the streets of Sorrento you can let yourself be enchanted by the voice of the street artists who will accompany you during your stay. Continuing along the Corso, you will arrive at Piazza Tasso, the beating heart of the city full of bars and cafes. Piazza Tasso was built on the characteristic tuff concavities called valleys. Taking a small detour along Viale Caruso, you can admire the suggestive Vallone of Mulini, one of the most famous abandoned places in Italy. Also not to be missed are the Baroque Cathedral of Saints Philip and James and the bell tower built on Roman bases.
What to see in Sorrento?
Here are 3 places not to be missed in Sorrento during your stay:
- 1. Cloister of San Francesco: located in Piazza Francesco Saverio Gargiulo, there is this beautiful fourteenth-century structure. During your walk in the arcaded courtyard, you can relax admiring the columns and capitals of great artistic value;
- 2. Sedile Dominova: this noble seat dating back to the Middle Ages, is located on the main decumanus of Sorrento. The quadrangular building was the ancient meeting place of the Sorrento nobility.
- 3. The Harbor of Marina Grande: this small fishing port is extremely charming. Located below the lemon terraces, it is the ideal place for a romantic dinner by the sea.
What to eat in Sorrento?
- 1. Gnocchi alla Sorrentina: Sorrentine dish par excellence, it is made up of boiled potato gnocchi seasoned with tomato sauce, basil and cheese. Then they are baked in the oven in a bowl that gives them the classic gratin and an unmistakable flavor.
- 2. Squid alla Sorrentina: this second dish will bewitch you with its simplicity. Squid stuffed with cheese, eggs and mozzarella cooked in San Marzano tomato sauce.
- 3. Delizia al Limone: To end your meal worthily, you cannot miss the delizia al limone. Invented by the Sorrentine pastry chef Carmine Marzuillo, it consists of a soft dome-shaped sponge cake, filled with lemon cream and glazed on the outside. Everything must be accompanied by the amazing Sorrento limoncello.
Tips for trip in Sorrento
May is the best month to stay in Sorrento. The air is sweet and the people are not so much. In addition, it is a flowering period so you will be able to enjoy the view and the aromas of the orange trees in bloom. On the other hand, If you have decided to go to Sorrento in July or August, in the most popular months, remember to reserve your seat in advance. Tickets for Alilauro Gruson ferries can be booked online in the appropriate section.