The Amalfi coast can be reached in many ways.
By car coming from the north, on the A1 highway, and changing to the A30 highway, getting out in Salerno. Or changing to the A3 highway getting out at Vietri sul Mare, the beginning of the Amalfi coast.
The nearest train station is in Salerno, which is connected to all major citys, being on the main line connecting the north and south of Italy.
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There is also a secondary line called “circumvesuviana”, that connects all the towns between Naples and Sorrento railway station.
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The nearset airport is in Naples and it's called “Capodichino”.
The airport is run by Gesac. On their website you can find all the information on flights, including live departures/arrivals: www.gesac.it
Alitalia offers direct flights to all major italian destinations such as Milan, Turin, Genova, Venice, Trieste, Bologna, Rome, Catania, Palermo, Cagliari.
For info: www.alitalia.it
Other companies that fly to Naples are:
Air Europe, from Milan Malpensa.
ItalAir, from Pisa and Brindisi.
AirOne, from Bergamo e Milan Linate.
Meridiana, from Olbia e Verona.
There are also several foreign company, that connect Naples-Capodichino to the many european Cities.
All info are available from www.gesac.it
Salerno - Amalfi :.
You can also get to Amalfi by sea, with ferries or hidrofoil, directly from Salerno, Capri, Sorrento or Naples. This services are only available during the summer months.
Sorrento - Amalfi - Capri :.
This service is only available in the summer months (from May to October), connecting Salerno and Capri, and the other towns of the coast: Maiori, Minori, Amalfi e Positano.
These services are provided by TravelMar and Linee Marittime Partenopee.
Linee Marittime Partenopee
Finally there are public bus service, provided by SITA, that connect the Amalfi coast to the other towns in the province.
SITA | Amalfi coast timetables