To get to the Island of Capri you can use hydrofoils and ferries from Naples. Here is the information.
Capri is an island in the Gulf of Naples, is located in front of the Sorrento Peninsula and is frequented especially in summer by those who want to swim in its beautiful sea and discover its picturesque caves and cliffs. Capri, in fact, is renowned for these natural beauties and its most famous caves are the Blue Grotto and the Green, but the Faraglioni are also not to be missed.
But the island is also rich in places of interest such as the famous Piazzetta, Certosa di San Giacomo, the area of Anacapri, Villa Lysis and much more.
Here how to reach Capri by sea and info to get to the ports of Naples.
There are two Ports from which ferries and hydrofoils leave for Capri: Beverello Pier e Calata Porta di Massa. The hydrofoils SNAV e NLG Boats leave from Molo Beverello, while ferries leave from Porta di Massa Caremar.
From the Port of Pozzuoli, unfortunately, there are no ferries or hydrofoils to Capri.
Cars to the ports
To arrive by car at Molo Beverello or Porta di Massa, from the Naples ring-road, take the Corso Malta exit and follow the signs for the port area.
Train and subway to the Ports
From the Piazza Garibaldi Station, yes reach the Molo Beverello taking the 1 subway line and getting off at the Municipio stop. A few minutes walk, in front of the Maschio Angioino, there is the Port.
For Calata Porta di Massa, always with the meter line 1, get off at the Università stop, take Via Depretis and turn onto Via Cristoforo Colombo.
Bus to the ports
Bus lines 151, 154, 650 and R2 they are those that arrive in Piazza Municipio for the Molo Beverello.
The lines 151, 201, 202 and R2 are the buses that arrive at Porta di Massa.
From the airport there is theAlibus which leads to Molo Beverello and Porta di Massa.
From the airport to the ports
From Capodichino Airport take theAlibus which reaches the Port of Naples where the Molo Beverello is located.