Ferry to Sorrento

Palm trees and Historic Hotels in Sorrento

A guide on how to get to Sorrento by ferry, schedules and prices for the ferry to Sorrento and recommendations for public transportation means. Explore our site and find all necessary details for the ferry to Sorrento, plus connected routes with frequency, accommodation options on board with real-time availability.

We have prepared an analytic guide with details on how to get to Sorrento by ferry, schedules and costs of the ferries, available transportation services for those who visit Sorrento Coast and general information on what places to see during your holidays in Sorrento.

There is a choice of high-speed ferries running frequent trips to Sorrento without stops along the way.

Popular ferry routes to Sorrento

  • Salerno to Sorrento. Duration 2 hours. Occurs at least once a week
  • Sorrento to Capri. Duration around 30 minutes. 6 daily departures
  • Sorrento to Amalfi. Duration 1 hour and 20 minutes. 3 daily routes
  • Sorrento to Positano. Duration around 1 hour. 4 daily departures
  • Castellammare di Stabia to Sorrento. Duration around 1 hour. Once a day

Notice: The port of Castellammare di Stabia is a great choice for those who are in Naples and wish to visit Sorrento. The driving distance between Naples and Castellammare is less than 30km and they are connected by a high speed road.

Timetables were accurate when they were published, but can change without notice.

Notice: Each year and depending on the season, there may be more or fewer connections to and from Sorrento. The biggest shipping companies (ferry operators) announce the new ferry itineraries by the end of December and the rest of them by January-March each year!

Sorrento ferry tickets

Book your ferry tickets to Sorrento with any shipping company that suits you best and enjoy your journey on board! The “Easy-Way” booking system of go-Ferry.com, allows the most reliable online ferry reservations and offers flexibility and faster services.

With go-Ferry.com you are able to connect online with the reservation systems of most shipping companies, compare prices, find information about routes and vessels, look for alternative routes and print your ferry ticket instantly in order to travel to Sorrento.

Ferry timetables and costs to Sorrento may change by season, so take an optical canvassing via our search engine to receive the latest call with real-time availability.

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Book in advance

Book in advance your ferry ticket to Sorrento

Do not hesitate to book your ferry tickets early so as to avoid last-minute surprises! We are sure that you do not want to ruin your vacation or change your route because you did not find any available route.

Below, we will mention some reasons that make it necessary to book your ferry tickets in advance!

Book your ferry tickets early to avoid surprises!

It is very important to organize your vacation in the Sorrento Peninsula properly and in time so that no "surprise" spoils your mood. Apart from your air-tickets and hotel reservation, do not forget to book your ferry tickets. Have everything under control before you even leave your home!

You do not want to pay for your hotel or airbnb in Sorrento without using it!

During the high season and especially in the months of June, July, August, and September, it is difficult to find available accommodation for popular routes. Do not make the mistake of paying for your hotel accommodation without having booked your ferry tickets at the same time.

Save time on your vacation!

Take some time and book your ferry tickets from home. Think about arriving in the Italian Coast and start looking for available tickets! Although we charge a commission for acquiring ferry tickets, this allows you to spend more time on your vacation.

More accommodation options available!

Buying ferry tickets in advance gives you more convenience of accommodation options. You can choose accommodation in a regular or speed ferry. There is usually an option for very economical deck tickets, for reclining, or for business seats. Regular ferries offer extra accommodation in cabins with or without windows.

More available ferry conections!

Find in advance all possible routes and itineraries to make the right connections between flights and ferries.

Take advantage of the offers!

As the ferry tickets for your route can become expensive, it is natural to wish for the cheapest offer. Like all modes of transport, ferry companies usually offer special prices and discounts for those who buy their ferry tickets up to 3 to 6 months in advance.

Public transportation in Sorrento

The port of Sorrento is located north of the city with a view of the beautiful Gulf of Naples in the west coast of Italy. You can use the following transportation means in Sorrento in order to reach the ferry terminals:


  • There are 2 available bus companies that operate throughout the city, EAVBUS and Sita
  • Buses are the least expensive means of transport and make stops in almost every point in Sorrento
  • Tickets can be purchased from tobacconists, hotels and newsstands
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  • Tel. +39 335 58 66 454, +39 333 24 60 813
  • E-mail info@taxisorrento.com
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Driving from Naples to Sorrento

  • The distance between Naples and Sorrento is a little less than 50 km
  • The road that connects the two cities is high speed but it usually has traffic, so have in mind that you might need more than an hour driving
  • Take Via A3 toll road and after, continue on the Strada Statale 145 towards Sorrento

About Sorrento

Sorrento is a town in the southern side of the Gulf of Naples which is worldwide known for its citruses and lemon productions along with its magical views and touristic resorts. While in the old town of Sorrento, strolling around Tasso Square in the city center is a must since there you will find hundreds of bar-restaurants and markets. A visit to the Cathedral of the city comes next, with its fascinating interior, as well as Massa Lubrense. There are some great beaches in Sorrento, such as the Baths of Queen Giovanna, Spiaggia della Pignatella, Bay of Ieranto, Cala di Mitigliano, Marina Piccola Beach, Marina del Cantone and more. If you want to learn more about Sorrento's past, you should definitely visit the areas and villages around the Sorrentine Peninsula. 

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