Is there a ferry from Capri to Sorrento?

The Capri Sorrento ferry route connects Gulf of Napoli with Italy and is currently operated by 3 ferry companies. SNAV operate their crossing up to 3 times per day, NLG 6 times per day & the Alilauro Gruson service is available up to 9 times per day.

Which is the best ferry from Naples to Capri?

Prices go up with the speed. Prices for a one-way ticket to Capri on the Aliscafo is about double the price you’ll pay to ride on the traghetto, but the time difference is very significant – the fastest ferries will get you from Naples to Capri in 50 minutes, while the slower boats can take up to 90 minutes.

Are ferries running from Naples to Capri?

The Naples – Capri ferry route is active all year round with more than 16 daily ferry crossings with conventional ferries and high-speed boats (hydrofoils).

How long is boat ride from Sorrento to Capri?

around 20 to 30 min
How long is the ferry ride from Sorrento to Capri? The duration of the ferry from the port of Sorrento to Capri is around 20 to 30 min.

Should I buy ferry tickets to Capri in advance?

Do I need to reserve my ferry ticket ahead of time? No, you can easily purchase your ticket directly at the port up until a few minutes before departure.

How much is the boat from Naples to Capri?

High speed ferries are faster and more expensive than ferries and slow ferries. The ticket for the high speed ferry from Naples to Capri costs around EUR 20, while tickets for the ferry and slow ferry cost around EUR 15.

Do I need to book Capri ferry in advance?

Are beaches in Sorrento free?

On the stretch of coast between Vico Equense and Massa Lubrense, there aren’t many beaches where you can sunbathe for free. Most of the coast is rocky, and the few sand beaches are occupied by beach clubs where there are sun loungers and umbrellas for rent.