Sorrento can be easily reached also by sea, thanks to the hydrofoils that connect the Beverello (Naples, opposite the Maschio Angioino) with the port of Marina Piccola in Sorrento. At the port there are buses yellow circumvesuviana linking the port to Piazza Tasso, the main square of Sorrento.
Marozzi bus from Piazza Tiburtina, travel direct from Naples to Sorrento Sorrento.Da www.curreriviaggi.it
When you are between Caserta and Naples, continue straight until the exit of Naples. After about 15 km left to get on the motorway A3 Salerno and then be in front of another toll on the prepayment of the Napoli-Salerno 3. After about 20 km, after Pompeii, exit at Castellammare di Stabia and at this point, follow the signs for Vico Equense, Meta di Sorrento.A Meta di Sorrento follow the signs for Sant’Agata and then to Nerano.
For those who want to reach by public transport, the most convenient railway station is Napoli Centrale, at Piazza Garibaldi, where on the Circumvesuviana trains reach Sorrento (www.trenitalia.com From Rome). The Circumvesuviana takes about 50 minutes to cover the distance to Naples – Sorrento and the cost of the ticket is about € 3. Opposite the Sorrento train station take a bus (SITA) in the direction “Nerano”.
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It is 5 minutes from our resort. With buses you can easily reach the beach, Sorrento and Massa Lubrense.
Sorrento, at about 16 km.
The nearest port is to Sorrento (18 km.) Here hydrofoils and ferries to the islands of Capri and Ischia, Naples and the Amalfi Coast a few times to Positano and Amalfi.
Naples Capodichino, at about 60 km.
Pompei 35 km, 20 km Positano, Ravello and Amalfi and its museums Km30.Napoli 57km.
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