Amalfi Coast Transport


Amalfi Coast is easily reached thanks to its proximity to the cities like Naples (airport) and Salerno (train station) and thanks to highways that quickly connect to the rest of Italy. There isn’t a railway service along the Amalfi Coast. You can use the public Sita Buses, boats, ferry or private rental car.

The Amalfi Coast is served by a single road, which largely runs through cuts in the living rock. It follows the line of the coast, passing through a number of towns in succession, sometimes at sea level and sometimes at elevations of up to 200 meters. These characteristics allow the traveler to admire a panoramic vista that is, in certain stretches...

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The driving time travelling from Rome, driving time can be anything from 3 hours or more depending on traffic and road works. We strongly suggest that you accept our private limousine service. Driving in Italy is normally stressing but driving during summer time can be even more.

Our experienced drivers will pick you all up at any location within Italy and drive back directly at your rented property. Of course the driver will be totally dedicated to your comfort therefore you can ask him to stop to eat or for a quick drink/coffee at any time you wish.

All our private transfers are made with very comfortable Mercedes car/vans all equipped with air conditioning.

You don't have to drive the narrow, winding, cliff-hugging Amalfi Coast road - you can leave that to the experts! Contact us if you wish to reserve a private transfer to your accommodation.


Public buses, named SITA or UNICO COSTIERA, are cheap and fairly efficient. The main bus terminal is Amalfi, in the middle of the Amalfi Coast, where all the buses arrive and depart from here, connecting with Positano, Sorrento, Ravello, Salerno, Naples. Other small buses provide transport within the towns.

VERY IMPORTANT - you need to purchase the ticket before getting on the bus, even days before (in some bars, tabacchi shops etc...) and clipped into the machine next to the driver as you boarding, otherwise you will be fined. Also make a clear signal that you want to catch the bus as they do not always automatically stop at all the stops. When checking the timetable, you should be aware of the days on which buses runs: Feriale means working days Monday to Saturdays, Festivo means Sunday and public holidays. If travelling with luggage please note the following apply: hand luggage must not exceed 50X30X25 centimeters and placed either below or above the seat. Baggage exceeding the limits must be placed in the trunk of the bus by the traveler and a luggage ticket of € 1,50 per piece of luggage must be bought.

Unico Costiera is the new ticket for tourists that allows to travel all around the Amalfi and Sorrento Coasts. The 24 Hours / 3 Days tickets are valid for unlimited number of trips on SITA Buses in the following villages: Amalfi, Atrani, Agerola, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Massa Lubrense, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Salerno, Scala, Sorrento, Sant'Agata.

UNICO COSTIERA Tickets available:
  • Hourly 45 minutes 2,90 Euros
  • Hourly 90 minutes 3,80 Euros
  • 24 Hours 10,00 Euros
  • 3 Days 18,00 Euro

Please follow the links for the updated Amalfi coast Bus timetable


Ferries and Hydrofoils operate daily (summer seasons only) along the Amalfi Coast connecting the villages of Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento, Salerno, Naples, Capri Island and Ischia Island. The tickets can be purchased at the ticket box office situated along the docks of the above villages.



The closest train station to the Amalfi Coast is Salerno (about 30 Km), connecting to all major italian cities like Rome, Florence, Milan, Palermo etc... The official site for Italian trains timetable, rates and booking on line is Ferrovie dello Stato. In Sorrento there is metro station Circumvesuviana, the train from Sorrento to Pompeii Excavation and Naples.