The Port of Capri
Located north of the island, in the hamlet of Marina Grande, the port of Capri is the first tourist postcard that welcomes visitors who disembark from ferries and hydrofoils. It is a natural inlet protected by two large artificial docks. Part of the port is used for commercial and passenger traffic; the tourist side, however, welcomes yachts and large boats of the many boaters who frequent Capri during the summer. Of course, there is also an area reserved for fishing boats.
The connections with Naples and Sorrento they are insured all year round. To these, during the summer, there are connections with Castellamare, Positano, Amalfi, Salerno and Ischia. There are no direct connections with Procida (you need to go from Naples or Ischia). During the winter months the connections with Naples and Sorrento are less than the period from Easter to October.
The ferry takes 50 to 80 minutes to reach Naples, while the hydrofoil it takes an average of 50. The type of ship affects the various travel times by ferry. The fast ferry takes less time (and costs more). To reach Sorrento, however, it takes 25 minutes by ferry; 20 minutes by hydrofoil.
The port of Capri is connected to the Piazzetta (center of the island) with the funicular. Furthermore, near the port there are buses and taxis. Restaurants, bars and groceries, however, are located near the marina. The latter is one of the best equipped in Europe, in line with the needs of present customers.