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Book a ferry to Sorrento with AFerry. Domestic services in Italy are available from Sorrento to Capri and Napoli.
Sorrento Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Sorrento are operated by NLG. When you search for a ferry to Sorrento, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Sorrento ferries with NLG are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Sorrento will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Sorrento is located in Southern Italy. It overlooks the Bay of Naples and is less than an hours drive from Pompeii. Sorrento is located in a great location for exploring the surrounding area, and would make a good base for an adventure holiday. From Sorrento you can catch the ferry to Capri, make a short journey to the end if the peninsula to see the best of the areas unspoilt countryside, visit the Amalfi Coast and take a short drive of train ride to historical and culturalal sites in Pompeii and Naples. Most of these activities are only within a 1 hour journey time too!
Ferries to and from Sorrento
Navlib runs a fleet of 10 hydro-propelled jets and 2 catamarans. There is plenty of seating available on board each vessel allowing you to relax and enjoy the view of the coast.
Sorrento port facilities
The Sorrento port is located at the north of the town. When you arrive you will find parking and a variety of restaurants to choose from.
Getting to Sorrento
Travelling by car is a good choice. You can take the SS145 all the way to the town from Pompeii. If you are travelling further away from Pompeii, then you can get the A3 motorway first before joining the SS145.
Travelling by train is ideal for those who haven't got access to a car. Sorrento is well connected, and direct trains from Naples and Pompeii are available.
Porto di Sorrento, 80067 Sorrento NA, Italy
08 Sep 2019Happy on the Water
Review by ANTONIO OLIVEIRA