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Via Gennaro Capriglione 123, Praiano, Amalfi Coast, 84010, Italy

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getting to Furore

by pauliewallnuts

I wonder can anyone help me, my wife and I are travelling to Furore in July this year.We fly into Naples and then need to get to Amalfi where we hope to get a bus to Furore. What would be the easiest way to do this? I believe that a water taxi is the best option, is this true? If so how do we get from the airport to the Bay, and do the water taxis run frequently as we are laning in the airport around 4pm. Any advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Ciao, Liam

Re: getting to Furore

by leics

A water taxi? Have not heard of these in Naples. They will be very expensive indeed if they's a long way from Naples to Amalfi.

I have found one 'water-taxi' service. You could email them for a quote if you wanted: is ia coast-hopping boat service running from Molo Beverello in Naples. The site has timetables etc in English. I think this may be what you mean when you refer to 'water taxis' (I have seen it listed as such on wesbites)?

From the airport to Naples itself you can take a bus or taxi. Info here:

You then need to get to Molo Beverello; taxi or bus from Napoli Centrale station, I think.

If you land at 4pm you are unlikely to be in Amalfi much before 7.30-8pm.

You need the Amalfi>Agerola bus, which pases through Furore. Timetables here, under 'quadro 13'

You should be able to catch the last bus leaving Amalfi at 20:50, unoles your flight is greatly delayed.

Travel Tips for Amalfi

Enjoy the sun

by ming-chin

preparing some food and having a picnic on the beach is the best way to enjoy. There are so many families having fyn there. Swimming, having sunbath, and seeing people having fun. At that moment, it seems that all my worries have flied far away~~~

Valle dei Mulini

by sandysmith

Continue from the Valle dei ferriere through the long, winding Valle dei Mulini which abounds in lemon groves and trough which the Canneto stream flows. Remains of a former ironfoundry on the higher part of the valley can still be seen, along with the ruins of an aqueduct and what remains of the many paper factories which made Amalfi paper famous with the Curia and religious institutes up to the XII century.

The road from Sorrento to Amalfi.

by breughel


From my (long) experience of Italy and Positano I agree with Geoveo:

"Many of the local drivers are impatient, discourteous and downright dangerous. The tour buses bully there way through rarely giving way and the tourists meander along."

It's just so that the local drivers, regular and tour bus drivers, are obliged to drive on that road to do their work or to go to their work.
When they are delayed by tourists who "ignore anybody who drives in your boot" they get nervous and try to overtake these slow drivers under very risky conditions.

If you want to make friends in Italy avoid ignoring the local traffic bad or good habits.


Arriving by boat, I think,...

by dvideira

... is a real must see. The city is situated at the mouth of the Valley of the Mills, with its characteristic groups of houses clinging to the rocks. The approach to Amalfi is dramatic, whether you come from Positano or from Salerno.

Snorkeling in Baia di Ieranto

by sikorka

In Villagio Nettuno where we stayed there was a diving club. You can buy a diving lesson or go snorkeling with a group of professionals.
The price per person for a snorkeling day trip is 18E and the trip lasts form 10.30 am till 4.00pm
In the price there are included some snaks, drinks and watermelon.

Diving lesson costs 35E, gears are provided and included in the price.


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