During the tourist season the port of Amalfi is connected with other destinations on the Amalfi Coast (Positano, Cetara, Maiori and Minori) and Sorrento (Sorrento, Seiano and Castellamare di Stabia). The same happens with Salerno and Capri can be easily reached from April to the end of October. Instead the connections with Ischia are guaranteed only during the summer months, while there are no direct connections with Procida.
Special mention for the marina. The boats that decide to moor in Amalfi can count on many services: mooring assistance and unmooring; mechanical and electromechanical assistance; water supply; food supply; refueling; surveillance etc.
Car: A3 Napoli-Salerno motorway. Exit at Vietri sul Mare and take the Strada Statale 163.
From Naples Central Station, reaching Amalfi by taxi costs about € 150.00 with a predetermined municipal rate (rates are global, not per person). The rate must be requested before departure; the taxi driver must issue a tax receipt before departure.
Alternatively, from Naples Central Station it's possible to reach Sorrento in about 50 minutes using the Circumvesuviana metropolitan train service (Napoli Piazza Garibaldi stop). From outside the Sorrento Circum station it's possible to reach Amalfi by bus. From April to October there are also maritime connections to Amalfi from Sorrento (Port of Marina Piccola).
From Salerno (terminus via Vinciprova, about 600mt from the station) buses leave for Amalfi. Travel time 1h15min.
Without case with automatic pay station h24. For the center of Amalfi you have to walk through a tunnel that leads out near the town hall.
The ticket offices of the shipping companies are all located on the port.
The Divine Coast Agency (Piazza Flavio Gioia) provides the luggage storage service (every day from 08.00 to 19.30).
Tel: +39 089871181
From the port of Amalfi you can easily reach the center where there are clothing shops, shoes, souvenirs, typical products, bars, pastry shops, restaurants and taverns.
Together with Pisa, Genoa and Venice, Amalfi was one of the cities that made the history of the Mediterranean (the so-called "Maritime Republics"). Numerous traces of the glorious past remain. The most important is certainly represented by the Arsenale, the shipyard where the boats of the glorious Maritime Republic were built.
The Cathedral of Sant'Andrea is absolutely unmissable. Also worth visiting is the Paper Museum, located inside one of the ancient mills used for processing the material.