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Castellammare di Stabia Ferry Services

Castellammare di Stabia Guide

Castellammare di Stabia Ferry Port

Located on the sweeping coast of the Bay of Naples is Castellammare di Stabia, a city of western Italy named after the turreted medieval castle that sits high upon the sheer-faced mountain that overlooks the suburbs. It is a region of considerable historic importance. The remains of the Ancient Roman town of Stabiae, destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the 1st Century, lies just a few miles away - a site that has become a magnet for both sightseers and archaeologist alike. Today Castellammare di Stabia is home to one of the busiest ports in the Campania region. The trade ships and ferries that frequent the docks are a lynchpin of the city’s economy, particularly during the summer when tourists flock to the harbour enroute to destinations along the stunning Amalfi Coast. The port’s ferry terminal can be found at the southern-end of the harbour, just beyond the private marina that sits by the cobbled street of the promenade. Travelling to and from the port is easy. Castellammare Terme train station is just a 10-minute drive from the terminal and provides services to the picturesque town of Sorrento in the south and the major city of Naples in the north. Those driving to the port can join the SS145 motorway that circles the city, a route that curves along the Bay of Naples shoreline to the towns that sit in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Three different ferry services currently operate from the port in Castellammare di Stabia. SNAV, NLG and Alilauro lines all make the journey south along the coast of the peninsula to the island of Capri throughout the week, while an Alilauro line sails the shorter distance to Sorrento too.

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