Amalfi Coast Tours

By land or sea: a selection of the top Amalfi Coast tours led by professional local driver, skippers, and guides.

Explore Italy's most magnificent coastline by boat, car, or on foot with a local and discover the hidden gems of the Amalfi Coast.

FAQ - Frequently asked questions

How do I get around the Amalfi Coast?

The towns along the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento are all along the Sita bus route, but the buses are often late and crowded. From April to October, there are also ferry routes between Positano, Amalfi, Maiori, and other towns along the coast. We do not suggest driving, due to the heavy traffic and limited parking. If you are traveling as a couple, a rental scooter is a convenient way to get around (but only if you have experience driving a scooter).

How do I get to the Amalfi Coast

Public transportation:
From Naples' main train station (Stazione Centrale, take the local Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento (1 hour ride); at the Sorrento station, take the Sita bus to the Amalfi Coast (1 to 2 hours).
From the Naples Capodichino airport, take the Curreri airport shuttle to Sorrento (80 min.) and then the Sita bus to the Amalfi Coast.

Private transfer:
Take a private transfer from the train station or airport to the Amalfi Coast (90 min.). This is the easiest option, especially if you have luggage. It's especially worth the price for groups of 4 to 6 passengers.
How to Get to the Amalfi Coast

Can I get to the Amalfi Coast by car? Is there parking?

Highway 163 that runs between all the towns and villages along the coast is one of the most panoramic and photographed roads in the world.
You can drive along the Amalfi Coast, but parking is limited and expensive (,5/hour).

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