Capri, the island of the Faraglioni and the Blue Grotto, also known for the famous square that for years has witnessed Capri’s worldly and nightlife, is located in the spectacular scenery of the Gulf of Naples and offers many and different possibilities to reach and enjoy it of its enchanting natural beauty.
Below all the necessary information including the starting point and preferences for transport means:
How to get to Capri:
Appropriately we specify that the island of Capri is reached by sea connections by hydrofoil or ferry departing from Naples and Sorrento, although in summer there are also trips from Positano, Amalfi, Salerno and Ischia. In addition, and only in rare cases, it is possible to access the island by helicopter. The possibility of reaching Capri, for non-residents, by car, motorbike or any other motor vehicle is allowed only in the winter period.
How to get to Capri from Naples by ferry, fast ship and hydrofoil.
Leaving from Molo Beverello, which is located along Via Ferdinando Acton next to the Maschio Angioino, the hydrofoils take about 40 minutes to reach Capri, otherwise from Calata di Massa, about 400 meters away from Beverello, the ferries will raise their anchors in 80 minutes. and fast ships in 50 minutes will allow you to land on the island.
From Naples Central Station to Port
From Naples central station and therefore from the city center it is possible to get to Molo Beverello or Calata di Massa by accessing the Metropolitan which with line 1, departing from the adjacent Garibaldi stop reachable via an underpass towards Piscinola, will lead to the Municipio stop located in Piazza Municipio adjacent to the Maschio Angioino and a hundred meters from the Molo Beverello, adjacent to Calata di Massa.
In the event of bulky and difficult-to-carry luggage, it is advisable to take advantage of the taxi service parked outside the Central Station which will take you to the port at a cost of 10-15 Euros.
From Naples airport to the port
It is not possible to use the Metro for transfers from Naples International Airport. Therefore it is advisable to use the Alibus service, available at the terminal exit which, at the cost of the ticket of Euro 5, will lead to the historic center of the city of Naples with 3 stops: Piazza Garibaldi, Calata di Massa and Stazione Marittima, close to Molo Beverello. Otherwise, always at the exit of the airport terminal, there is a taxi rank, and in this case, it is advisable to prefer the default rate from the airport to the port, the amount of which should be around 20 euros.
How to get to Capri from Naples by helicopter
A frankly exclusive possibility to reach Capri is represented by helicopter transport. The company HoverFly Sam division provides a helitaxi service to and from Naples, Rome and the Amalfi Coast. And among the destinations there is also the island of Capri with arrivals and departures from the Damecuta heliport in Anacapri. The duration of the flight from Capri to Naples and vice versa is only 20 minutes and can also be organized through your hotel in Capri.
How to get to Capri from Sorrento by ferry, fast ship or hydrofoil
From Sorrento, to reach Capri, you need to embark at the port of Marina Piccola which is easily accessible, starting from the town center, with the help of the bus or on foot along the stairs that start from Piazza Tasso. It is advisable, before departure, to consult the schedules of the shipping companies: Caremar, SNAV, NLG, to verify any changes or suspensions.
How to get to Capri from Ischia
Capri can also be accessed from the nearby island of Ischia, the largest in the Gulf. For the entire tourist season, which includes the period from April to October, the Alilauro shipping company will guarantee a trip from Ischia to Capri that will take place in the morning and another return in the afternoon.
How to get to Capri from Procida
The connection to get from Procida to Capri includes a stop in Ischia before reaching the Blue Island.
The ways to get to Capri have been illustrated to you. Now you just have to reach us and in the meantime let yourself be bewitched by the melodious song of the sirens that for millennia has attracted travelers and will make it difficult for you to leave if not with the promise that you will return.