I read somewhere that there is a ferry from Naples to Sorrecnto. Does anyone have any info regarding this ferry and is it easily accessible from the airport?
We had looked in ferry's.....Depending on the weather, there may or may not be a ferry. We decided to take a private car, arranged by the hotel...It was a great trip adn not that expensive....I think 100 euro........We stopped and our driver took poictures, etc.
About May 21 we took the main ferry line from Naples to Positano, with stop at small port before Sorrento, then Sorrento, then Positano, then Amalfi, it ends at Salerno. Very regular, larger boat not bothered by slightly poor seas. Just spoke to my friend and he took same, and they did go in very poor seas too. So schedule is reliable. Poor seas will get you sea-sick, but seas are usually calm or moderatly calm.
This is so much fun to do, and it didn't take long either. I can't remember the name of the ferry, but we did book in advance and i did get the information out of the Rick Steve's book on Italy. You should definitely take the ferry, well worth it.
There are a few different ferries to Sorrento from Naples. When you arrive at the port, you will see lots of signs telling you which ticket office sells tickets to Sorrento. You can go by slow ferry or jetboat/hydrofoil.
Thank you, Anita, for reminding me. When you arrive at the main port for ferries in Naples, there is a long, oblong building selling ferry tickets facing the street. BUT, these are for the high profit ferries to the islands. On the backside, facing the water, are the ferries for the peninsula. THAT is where we bought our ticket. Sorry, it was so fast, we arrived about 1 or 2 on and the main ferry to positano left with 10 minutes, so we rushed to buy our tickets and lept on literally as it was leaving. This is the same ferry company that we left Positano from at 8:15 AM headed for Salerno three days later. Best of luck.