Timetables - Ferry Napoli - Amalfi
Rates - Ferry Napoli - Amalfi
|Ordinary: Visitor Fee||€25.00||€50.00|
|Child (2-11 yrs)||€11.00||€22.00|
|Groups (min. 15 pax)||€15.00||-|
Ferry from Naples to Amalfi
From Naples it is possible to reach the Amalfi Coast aboard fast ferries and hydrofoils. Alilauro Gruson has several connections to Amalfi. During the trip you will be able to enjoy the beautiful panorama of the Gulf of Naples, also passing near Ischia and the Sorrento Peninsula.
How to get from Naples to Amalfi?
The connections from Naples to Amalfi depart from Molo Beverello, reachable on foot from the historic center or by ANM buses. using the stairs located in Piazza Tasso, or with the lift located in the Villa Comunale. Alternatively, you can take one of the many internal buses that lead to the ferry boarding area. Or take the metro Line 1 to the Municipio stop and from there continue on foot for about ten minutes.
Port of Amalfi
The disembarkation point for all fast ferries from Naples to Amalfi is the port of the same name which is just a few steps from the historic city center. From there on foot in a few minutes you can reach the historic center of the city.
Price of ferries from Naples to Amalfi
Tickets for hydrofoils and fast ferries from Naples to Amalfi. Keep an eye on the "Offers" section, so as not to miss our best offers. Normally, the full ticket for the single route starts at around 16 Euros. Reductions are available for groups and for children aged 2 to 11 traveling in the company of an adult.
How long does the connection from Naples to Amalfi last?
The connection between the Molo Beverello of Naples and the port of Amalfi has a total duration of about 90 minutes. While sailing you will be able to see, from the sea, one of the most beautiful and well-known coastal landscapes in the world.
What to do during your stay in Amalfi?
Close to the harbor is the beautiful historic center of Amalfi. Once in Piazza Flavio Gioia, you can easily wander through the streets of the center and discover the beating heart of the beautiful former maritime republic.
What to see in Amalfi?
Here are 3 places not to be missed in Amalfi during your stay:
- Fountain of Sant'Andrea: although it goes unnoticed by most, this fountain is one of the most beautiful monuments in the city. Dedicated to the same saint as the cathedral, it depicts the apostle Andrew at whose feet there are angels. In the center we find a mermaid and a faun on the side.
- The Ziro Tower : to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view, climb the spur of the tower. From there you can admire the beautiful Gulf of Salerno.
- Vagliendola District: it is undoubtedly the most characteristic district of the city where the houses of the old Amalfi aristocracy are located. Not to be missed are the church of Sant’Antonio and the Monastery of SS. Trinity
What to eat in Amalfi?
The aromas of the coast are all found in the typical dishes of Amalfi. With its simple but intense flavors, the Amalfi Coast will make your trip even more unique.
- Spaghetti all'amalfitana: spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and lemon peel, the flavor of the coast in a dish;
- Aubergines with chocolate: cooked for the feast of the patron saint of Maiori, it is a sweet flan made with fried aubergines then covered with chocolate;
- Amalfi pastarelle: biscuits filled with a lemon cream typical of the coast.
Tips for a trip from Naples to Amalfi
Amalfi is a coastal city and therefore, thanks to its mild climate, it can be visited all year round. In June, the famous Regatta of the Maritime Republics takes place. This very particular and folkloristic event is an event not to be missed.