Getting to Capri
Capri is a popular island for day trips and can be reached from several mainland departure ports.
(fast) Ferries are available from Naples, Sorrento, Salerno, and the Amalfi Coast. Additionally, there is a ferry connection with the neighboring island of d’Ischia.
You can read which types of ferries and which shipping companies you can choose from in this ferry to Capri guide!
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Capri ferry Information
Since you can’t cover long distances very quickly by car on this winding coastline, it’s nice to find a ferry that’s close to your accommodation or departure point.
In smaller villages, these ferries only run in the morning, while many fast ferries depart every day from larger departure ports. The most popular pick-up points are:
Booking ferries to Capri from the ports listed below is also possible (Departure in the morning, return in the late afternoon).
- Cetera to Capri (Alicost)
1 departure per day in the morning
- Maiori to Capri (Alicost)
1 departure per day in the morning / 1h 40 mins.
- Minori to Capri (Alicost)
1 departure per day in the morning / 1h 30 mins.
- Ischia to Capri (Alilauro)
2 departures per day / 40 to 50 minutes
It’s not always clear upfront if a ferry makes multiple stopovers. While this may not be a problem if you want to enjoy the beautiful coastline, it can take away valuable time that you could spend on Capri. When booking, make sure to check the duration times of the ferries which can be compared in the booking module below.
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An easy way to find tickets for a ferry to Capri is by filling in the fields below.
Frequently Asked Questions
The shortest crossing to Capri departs from the port of Sorrento. The distance Salerno-Capri is 14 kilometers or 8 miles. The fastest ferry takes just 15 minutes to get to Capri.