Is there a ferry from Salerno?
Grimaldi Lines, NLG, Positano Jet, Travelmar, Alicost, Caronte & Tourist provide Salerno ferries connecting Italy with 13 destinations. Ferries from Salerno sail approximately 46 times a day and up to 304 times a week.
Where can I get a ferry from Salerno?
Salerno ferries sail to Amalfi, Minori, Sorrento, Maiori, Ischia, Tunis, Capri, Vietri sul mare, Procida, Positano, Cetara, Messina, Palermo.
How long is the ferry from Salerno?
Ferries sailing from Salerno can range between 5m and 26h 30m. Ferry times can change from season to season.
What is the fastest ferry from Salerno?
The fastest ferry from Salerno is on the Salerno - Vietri sul mare ferry in 5m with Travelmar.
Popular routes from Salerno
Ferries from Salerno - Amalfi sail approximately 63 times per week with a crossing time of 39m. The average price of a Salerno - Amalfi ferry is about £40.88. The Salerno - Capri ferry runs 12 times per week with a duration of 1h 51m. The average price of a Salerno - Capri ferry is around £109.09.
How much do ferries from Salerno cost?
Ferry price from Salerno can range between £19.30 and £304.27 depending on various factors such as the route, season, operator and type of ship.
Is there a car ferry from Salerno?
Yes, you can take a car ferry from Salerno with Caronte & Tourist, Grimaldi Lines. For more information on routes and car ferry prices view our Deal Finder.
Are foot passengers allowed on ferries from Salerno?
Foot Passengers are allowed on ferries from Salerno. You can travel as a foot passenger from Salerno with NLG, Caronte & Tourist, Travelmar, Positano Jet, Alicost, Grimaldi Lines.
Can I take my pet on the ferry from Salerno?
You can take your pet on the ferry from Salerno with NLG, Grimaldi Lines, Travelmar, Caronte & Tourist. For more information about pet accommodation and fees please view our Deal Finder.
Can I book a cabin on ferries from Salerno?
Cabins are available on some ferry routes from Salerno. Operators that have cabins on ferries from Salerno include Grimaldi Lines, Caronte & Tourist. Check our Deal Finder for the best option for you.
What is there to do in Salerno?
Previously known as a bland, coastal city, Salerno has transformed itself into a flourishing hub of urban infrastructure amid historic architecture. You can wander through the sea of churches and cathedrals before enjoying a small glass of wine at one of the vibrant bars. Visit in the summer and the city develops into an oasis of charm and originality; the copious parks and gardens gracing the landscape paint a verdantly picturesque image that has slowly embodied Salerno. Further enhancing the city’s reputation for increasingly alluring aesthetics is the waterfront promenade, adorned by trees and affording breathtaking vistas, it is believed to be one of the most beautiful waterfronts in Europe.
In the eyes of the locals, many of the impressive buildings were destroyed in the chaos of the second world war, but the vast, sparse roads and boulevards have a unique quality. Salerno has embraced its unusual structures and designs that define its character, though the controversially modern ferry terminal is a sign of its intent to reinvent itself. As it stands, Salerno remains a perfect contrast of history and modern technology.