To reach the Amalfi Coast you can use cars, trains, buses, Circumvesuviana and hydrofoils. Here is the information.
La Amalfi Coast it is located after the Sorrento Peninsula and is the stretch of coast that overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, from Positano to Vietri sul Mare. It is a very popular area especially in summer because it is a destination for tourists who love their own magnificent sea and beautiful landscapes, but its municipalities are also visited for important places of interest, such as the historic center of Amalfi with the Duomo.
On the Amalfi Coast you can not taste them exquisite gastronomic specialties like the anchovies of Cetara or the limoncello, while you will be ecstatic even knowing ancient traditions like that of the hand painted Vietri ceramics.
Here is the information to reach it in car, train, bus, Circumvesuviana, airplane and by sea.
To get to the Amalfi Coast by car from the north, you have to take thehighway A3 Naples-Salerno and exit at Vietri sul Mare and continue on SS163 which leads to Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Atrani and Amalfi.
To arrive on the Amalfi Coast from the south you must take the Salerno-Reggio Calabria and exit at Vietri sul Mare. From here, continue following the directions above.
With the Circumvesuviana you can reach Sorrento with one of the Naples-Sorrento trains and then continue towards the towns of the Amalfi Coast with one of the SITA bus arriving in Maiori, Vietri sul Mare, Minori, Cetara, Atrani and Amalfi. From here, buses leave for Positano. To know all the routes and timetables, consult the site.
To arrive by train on the Amalfi Coast, from Naples, you can take a Trenitalia regional train to Salerno Central Station and then continue with a SITA bus of the Salerno-Amalfi line. The bus stop is right in front of the station and you can reach the towns of Vietri sul Mare, Maiori, Minori, Cetara, Atrani and Amalfi. Detailed timetable information.
From Port of Naples, precisely from Varco Immacolatella, you can get directly to one of the towns of the Amalfi Coast with the SITA bus that touch Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Atrani and Amalfi. On the official website, timetables and routes in detail.
Arriving by sea on the Amalfi Coast is very suggestive and you can do it with ferries and hydrofoils that leave from Salerno or Sorrento.
The two ports of Salerno are the Molo Manfredi and Piazza Concordia. From both ports, you can take hydrofoils that lead to Positano or Amalfi with the company Travelmar. Precise timetables on the official website.
Unfortunately it no longer exists a direct connection by sea from Naples to the Amalfi Coast, but it exists from Capri.
From the Capodichino Airport you can take them Curreri company bus which lead to Sorrento and, from here, you can get on a bus SITA following the directions indicated in the paragraph on Circumvesuviana (which leads to Sorrento).
As a second choice, you can reach the Central Station with the Alibus and then take the Circumvesuviana, always following the instructions in the appropriate paragraph.
Finally, with Alibus you can also get to the port and, from there, you can continue with the bus bound for the Amalfi Coast, following the directions of the paragraph on the buses.