From April to October, hydrofoils and motor ships depart from the Minori's pier to connect the town with Salerno and the other towns of the Amalfi Coast.
To Salerno takes 40 minutes.
To Amalfi takes about 10 minutes.
To Maiori takes about 5 minutes
The maritime routes are an alternative to the traffic of Panorama Route 163, also enhancing the smaller realities (just like Minori) of the Amalfi Coast.
Car: A3 Napoli-Salerno motorway.
From Naples Capodichino airport the BuonoTourist makes two daily connections to Salerno (from Monday to Saturday excluding holidays) *. Journey time about 1h40min. Contact +39 081951761.
The bus stops in Piazza Concordia, near the Masuccio pier from where, during the tourist season (April-October), it's possible to embark for Minori. Alternatively it's necessary to get off at the terminus in Via Vinciprova and take another bus to Minori. Travel time 60min. about.
*If the times don't coincide with the BuonoTourist bus service, at a cost of € 5.00 you can take the Alibus (shuttle service of the Neapolitan Mobility Company) to Naples Central Station and, from there, continue to Salerno by train (regional or metropolitan). Alternatively (always with Alibus) you can get off at the port of Naples and then take the Sita Sud bus (Varco Immacolatella terminus) for Minori.
From Salerno station* you need to reach Piazza Concordia near the Masuccio pier where, during the tourist season (April-October), you can embark for Minori. Alternatively, you need to reach the bus terminal in Via Vinciprova and take a bus to Minori.
*From Naples Central Station you have to go to the port of Naples (by taxi with a predetermined municipal fare € 13.00 approx.) And from there take the Sita Sud bus (Varco Immacolatella terminal) to Minori. Journey time 1h 45min. ca.
The ticket offices are located on the seafront, behind the dock and the beach.
Near Minori's dock there are bars, pubs, restaurants, pizzerias, pastry shops* and boat rental.
* In Minori there's the Sal De Riso pastry shop, a true gastronomic authority on the Amalfi Coast, known far beyond the borders of Campania.
What really makes the difference to Minori more than the number of attractions is the quality of life. Quality of life linked to the sea, the climate and excellent gastronomy.
At the end of August we highlight the "Gusta Minori" review, three days of art, culture, entertainment and delicacies of the Amalfi Coast that year after year receives more and more acclaim from critics and the public.
We also suggest the Basilica of Santa Trofimena and the precious archaeological evidence of the first century called Villa Romana.