First of all it is important to know that: from Salerno to Positano there is the Amalfi coast, which is the territory of Salerno. After Positano another coast begins: the Sorrento coast which is the territory of Naples.
As explained in our info-page ►English Information◄, the ferry is the best, as well as the most fascinating, way to visit the Amalfi coast.
From the port of Salerno (located in Concordia Square, at 5 minutes from the B&B), it is possible to visit all the most beautiful places of this enchanting coast and precisely (and in order of distance from Salerno):
- Amalfi (and consequently also: Ravello, reachable through a shuttle bus from Amalfi)
There are two types of ferry:
- one that makes all the stops;
- and a direct one for Amalfi and Positano.
The direct ferry departs from Salerno, and returns to Salerno, every hour until 7/8 p.m. (in summer time; in spring time until 6:30/7 p.m.). The ferry that makes all the stops has more specific times, and it is therefore necessary to take a look at the ferry company’s website.
It is important to remember, when making the search, to enter as a starting point: “Salerno-Concordia” and not “Salerno-Manfredi”.
Here is the link to the ferry company website: https://www.travelmar.it/
P.S. for Ravello
There are 2 fantastic villas (ancient houses) in Ravello.
It’s possible to visit the gardens of these villas and they are amazing (the spirit of the coast is there, because these 2 gardens are also terraces in front of the sea).
1) Villa Rufolo: very close to “Duomo Square” (the main square of the town);
2) Villa Cimbrone which is located, instead, 700 meters from Duomo Square (about 10 minutes on foot; Villa Cimbrone is located close to the monastery of Santa Chiara).
P.S. to help you
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