Traveling From Naples on Ferries and Hydrofoils
Ferries and hydrofoils leave from Molo Beverello harbor near Piazza Municipio in Naples. Ferries to Ischia also leave from Molo Mergellina. Web sites for ferries and hydrofoils are listed at the bottom of the Naples Port Authority page.
- Capri Island Capri has been a popular travel destination since Roman times and is one of the Mediterranean's must-see places. The island's most famous attraction is the Blue Grotto, Grotta Azzurra, but there are beaches all around the island, unusual rock formations, gardens, and two picturesque towns to visit. The island is awash with lemon trees, flowers, and birds. Tourists arrive by boat at Marina Grande, the island's main harbor. Capri Travel Guide | Capri Pictures
- Ischia Island is closer to Naples and larger than Capri but less crowded with tourists. It's a volcanic island known for its thermal springs. Ischia is visited for thermal spas and beaches but there's a castle, gardens, a villa to visit. Near Ischia, the smaller Procida and Vivara Islands can be visited too. Ischia Thermal Parks | Ischia Pictures
- Sorrento is the easiest town on the Amalfi Peninsula to reach from Naples although there are a few ferries to Positano during high season. Sorrento, surrounded by lemon and olive groves, is a pleasant place to spend the day away from the city. It has a pretty historic center and many restaurants, cafes, and shops. From Sorrento you can take a ferry or bus to places along the Amalfi Coast. Read more about Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast with our Amalfi Coast Travel Information Map
Guided Day Trips and Shore Excursions from Naples
Guided day trips are a good way to visit the Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Paestum, or wineries. Here is a selection of Guided Amalfi Coast Day Trips, some of which can also be started from Naples.