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How to reach Maiori and the Amalfi Coast.

How to reach Maiori and the Amalfi Coast.
All the useful tips you need to reach this place of absolute beauty and discover its history, culture, art, food and environment through our events, services and itineraries.
The easiest way there is, avoiding possible traffic jams and parking problems.

  • By ferry from Salerno: during spring/summer from May to October, you can take advantage of the ferry boats along the Amalfi Coast departing from Salerno pier, only a few minutes walk from the exit of the train station. This service is offered by Travelmar.

If you still prefer the panoramic route, crossing a very rich landscape, between the green of the hills and the blue of the sea. Possible traffic jams on weekends and public holidays.

  • By car from the northenter the Milan-Naples motorway and continue towards the A2 motorway, until you reach Naples. From here, take the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria motorway and take the exit to Vietri sul Mare that will take you along the State Road 163. 
  • By car from the south: take the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria motorway until you reach the exit of Vietri sul Mare that will lead you on the State Road 163. The journey from Vietri sul Mare to Maiori takes about 30 minutes.

The different towns of the Amalfi Coast are connected to each other also by the SITA bus service, which connects all the locations very well, both with Naples and Salerno.

  • By Sita bus: to travel on buses you need a ticket to be stamped once you board. In summer, however, traffic makes it impossible to predict travel times.

If you decide to travel by train, the nearest train stations are Salerno Piazza Vittorio Veneto and Naples Piazza Garibaldi.

  • From Salerno: once you arrive at Salerno station in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, you can reach Maiori by ferry, SITA buses, taxis and NCC (private hire).

Where to find us

The blue of the sea, the green of the Mediterranean bush and the terraces cultivated with citrus fruits, merge with the local architecture to create one of the most beautiful places in Italy: the Amalfi Coast.

"The coastal area from Reggio to Gaeta is, I believe, the most enjoyable part of Italy; around this area, very near Salerno, there is a coast above the sea, which the inhabitants call the Amalfi Coast, with small towns, gardens and fountains".

Giovanni Boccaccio

The road from Vietri to Capodorso
in Minori, Amalfi rises and falls
towards the sea of Conca and Furore
it's mountain road: you give up the light that builds wedges
finds the flower of the last desert, the broom.

Alfonso Gatto

"They're crazy, they're sun-drunk! But they know how to live with a passion that very few of us possess: the power of imagination!"

Roberto Rossellini

The winding roads creep into deep valleys, envelops the rock spurs overlooking the sea, descends towards the beach and then goes up with breath taking views. A unique landscape littered with bays, coves, overhangs and small villages perched on the mountain.


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