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Bus Schedules for the Amalfi Coast

Here you'll find all the Sita bus schedule for routes between the towns along the Amalfi Coast, and between the coast and Sorrento, Salerno, and Naples.
Intermediate stops are indicated for each route.

The schedule refers to the current season and are updated based on the timetables published by the Sita bus company.
Below you'll find all the information you need!

The best option for a stress free arrival: book a private transfer.

Sita Sud Bus Schedule

Route: Naples - Amalfi

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Schedule from 2 November, 2016

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  1. Napoli (Varco Immacolatella)
  2. Nocera Inf. (Croce Sud )
  3. Nocera Sup. (S.Clemente)
  4. Cava de' Tirreni (FS)
  5. Vietri sul Mare
  6. Cetara
  7. Maiori (Erchie)
  8. Maiori (Capo d'Orso)
  9. Maiori Centro
  10. Minori
  11. Atrani
  12. Amalfi
L 6 L F
9:00 14:00 14:30 17:30
9:40 14:40 15:10 18:25
9:45 14:45 15:15 18:30
9:50 14:50 15:20 18:35
10:00 15:00 15:30 18:45*
10:15 15.15 15:45 19:00
10:20 15:20 15:50 19:05
10:25 15:25 15:55 19:10
10:40 15:40 16:10 19:25
10:45 15:45 16:15 19:30
10:55 15:55 16:25 19:40
11:00 16:00 16:30 19:45
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  • F Weekday routes
  • L From Monday to Friday
  • 6 Saturday
  • * Connection for Amalfi

FAQ - Amalfi Coast Buses

Where do I purchase bus tickets?
Bus tickets are sold at "tabaccherie" (cigarette shops), newspaper stands, and bars and caff├ęs in all the towns along the Amalfi Coast. In Sorrento, there is a ticket booth at the Circumvesuviana station. Tickets CANNOT be purchased on board the bus.
How much does a ticket cost?

There are different types of tickets, prices of which vary according to their validity:

  • 45 minutes: €2.20
  • 90 minutes: €3.40
  • 24 hours €6.80
  • 3 days: €16.00

When you purchase your ticket, you an ask for information regarding which ticket is best suited to your travel plans.

Is there always seating on the bus?
Unfortunately, no. During the crowded summer months, the buses are often standing room only.
How will I know which stop to get off at?
The bus drivers announce the main stops; you can ask the driver to announce your stop when you board the bus.
Is there a bus route which runs along the entire length of the Amalfi Coast?
No, the two main routes are Sorrento - Positano - Amalfi and Amalfi - Salerno. So if you would like to ride ride between Positano and Salerno, you will need to change buses in Amalfi.
Is there an alternative public transportation to the bus?
There is no train route which runs along the Amalfi Coast, so the only public transportation by land is the bus. There are also ferry routes which run in the summer, stopping at Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Salerno. Ferry tickets are more expensive than bus tickets, but ferries are a very pleasant way to travel the coast.
Where should I sit on the bus to enjoy the view?
From Sorrento south to Positano and Amalfi, sit on the right side of the bus to look over the Mediterranean. When traveling north, sit on the left side.
Can I take my child's stroller or pram on the bus?
Strollers and prams cannot be transported open on the bus; you will need to fold it and store it in the luggage compartment before boarding.
Is there space for luggage on the bus?
Yes, all buses have an ample storage compartment.
Is there a direct bus route from Naples to Positano?
Unfortunately, no. You will need to take the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento, and then catch the bus to Positano.
The best option for a stress free arrival: book a private transfer.
Do buses run at night?
No, buses stop running at 10pm.