The first challenge facing visitors to the island is usually how to get from Marina Grande to Capri Town. The most enjoyable option is the funicular, if only for the evocative en-route views over the lemon groves an…
Operates hydrofoils from Naples to Ischia Porto (€20.10, 50 minutes, up to 12 daily) and up to six hydrofoils daily between Forio and Naples (€21.50). There are also two daily ferries to Sorrento (€22.90, one hour) …
From Marina Grande, a taxi costs from €17 to Capri and from €23 to Anacapri; from Capri to Anacapri costs from €18. These rates include one bag per vehicle. Each additional bag (with dimensions exceeding 40cm x 20cm…
Operates hydrofoils and ferries to/from Naples (€12.30 to €17.80, 40 minutes to 1¼ hours, up to seven daily) and hydrofoils to/from Sorrento (€14.40, 25 minutes, four daily).
The island’s main bus station is a one-minute walk west of the ferry terminal in Ischia Porto, with buses servicing all other parts of the island.
Operates hydrofoils to/from Naples (€17.90, 40 minutes, eight daily) and Ischia (€8.70, 20 minutes, six daily). It also runs slower ferries.
Operates up to six daily hydrofoils from Naples to Ischia Porto (€17.90, 45 minutes) and Procida (€8.70, 20 minutes), as well as ferries.
Helicopter transfers from Naples’ Capodichino Airport (€1850; 20 minutes) to the Damecuta heliport in Anacapri. Book by phone or online.
Head here for buses to Anacapri. The bus station is located on Via Roma, an easy 150m walk southwest of Piazza Umberto I.
Operates hydrofoils from Naples to the Ischian town of Casamicciola (€20.20 to €21.20, one hour, five daily).