Timetables - Ferry Positano - Napoli
Rates - Ferry Positano - Napoli
|Ordinary: Visitor Fee||€22.00||€44.00|
|Child (2-11 yrs)||€11.00||€22.00|
|Groups (min. 15 pax)||€15.00||-|
Ferries from Positano to Naples
During a holiday in Campania, Naples is a destination not to be missed, rich in history, culture and folklore. From the Alilauro Gruson boarding area in Positano, fast ships and ferries to Naples are available. The move is ideal because it allows you to enjoy all the spectacle of the Amalfi coast and the Gulf of Naples, without the stress of traffic and finding a parking space.
Where to get the ferry from Positano to Naples?
Ferries from Positano to Naples depart from the long pier near the Spiaggia Grande. The beach can be easily reached on foot. By bus it is possible to arrive with the Sita from Amalfi or Sorrento. Both routes take around 40 minutes. Alternatively, the internal Mobility Amalfi Coast service allows you to reach the beach from the upper part of Positano and from the district of Nocelle, the arrival point of the Path of the Gods. If you arrive by car, you can walk to the boarding area of Spiaggia Grande, after having parked in one of the many guarded car parks in the area.
The Port of Naples
The disembarkation point of Alilauro Gruson's fast ferries from Positano to Naples is Molo Beverello . From here you can quickly reach the historic center of Naples or walk to Piazza Municipio and then to the Caracciolo seafront, after crossing Piazza del Plebiscito and Via Chiaia. With a walk of about 30 minutes, you will reach Castel dell’Ovo from whose picturesque village you can enjoy a breathtaking view. The closest metro stop to Molo Beverello is in the central Piazza Municipio: from here you can easily reach all the places to see in Naples.
Ferry and hydrofoil timetables from Positano to Naples
The first available ferry from Positano to Naples is in the early afternoon. In this way it is possible to spend the morning walking around the coast, among its narrow streets and terraced lemon trees. Before going to Naples, stop in the small square of Positano to have a coffee or eat an ice cream. Check the timetable of the Alilauro ferries from Positano to Naples, to be sure you always know the updated departure time.
Ferry prices from Positano to Naples
From the Alilauro Gruson website it is possible to buy tickets for fast connections from Positano to Naples at the best rates and without extra costs. Usually the ticket for the single route starts from 20 euros. There is a discounted rate for return ferries. In addition, accompanied children and groups can take advantage of specific reductions.
How long does the sea connection from Positano to Naples take?
The connection between Positano and the Molo Beverello in Naples lasts about 90 minutes with a short stop in Sorrento.
What to do during your stay in Naples?
Naples is one of the most beautiful and intriguing cities in southern Italy. In addition to the more touristy places such as Piazza Plebiscito and Via Toledo, Naples is full of small pearls to discover. Like the surprising Rione Sanità with its narrow streets and decorated courtyards of historic buildings. In Via Capodimonte there are the suggestive Catacombs of San Gennaro.
What to see in Naples?
Naples is a city of great historical and cultural attractions. Here are some not to be missed places :
- Archaeological Museum of Naples: thanks to the wonderful Farnese collection and periodic exhibitions by contemporary artists, the MANN is one of the most beautiful museums in Italy.
- Royal Palace of Naples: built starting in 1600, it was the home of the Spanish viceroys during the Bourbon Kingdom for over one hundred and fifty years. Currently, it is a museum and the seat of the National Library.
- San Severo Chapel: it is one of the most evocative places in Naples, known for the presence of the Veiled Christ sculpted by Giuseppe Sanmartino. Inside there are dozens of statues made with precision and abundance.
What to eat in Naples?
In Naples, there is nothing more representative of food. Here are 3 dishes not to be missed:
- Frittata di pasta: typical dish of Neapolitan street food, it is addictive.
- Neapolitan ragù: the classic Neapolitan ragù cooks over low heat for at least six hours. In many homes, it is still the typical Sunday dish.
- Cuoppo fritto: it is nothing more than a paper cone in which the frying is placed. It exists in two variants: the earthen cuoppo and the sea one.
Tips for a trip from Positano to Naples
Naples can be visited at any time of the year. However, the city becomes very suggestive during the Christmas period, filled with lights and the smell of typical sweets such as roccocò and mustaccioli. Furthermore, at Christmas it is wonderful to walk in the famous San Gregorio Armeno, better known as the street of the cribs.