2024 Transfers to Capri

The easiest and fastest way to get to Capri

Transfers with a taxi, private boat, or helicopter.

Transfers to Capri

Explore Capri easily in style by choosing a private transfer. It's the perfect solution if you're looking for an exceptional travel experience. Forget about waiting in long lines and stressful public transportation; instead, embrace the elegance and convenience of a service tailored to your needs. With flexible departures, luxury vehicles, and experienced drivers, we guarantee a flawless journey as well as a relaxing start to your holiday from the very first moment you arrive. Book your private transfer to Capri and you'll make the most of your time on the island, as your transport becomes an exclusive experience.

If you need to get to the the island of Capri from Naples (Napoli in Italian), there's a wide variety of hydrofoils and ferries to choose from daily. However, getting to the island isn’t always the most simple and relaxing thing to do. You have to consider the chaos of the port of Naples, the tourist crowds, and making connections between different types of transport. In addition, transport companies offer many different tickets and packages in the Bay of Naples to the Capri port, so you need to take the time to evaluate them and see which are best for your needs.

If you want to start your holiday stress-free, consider the many benefits of a private transfer to Capri. Leave your worries behind and browse the various options for private transportation on the Amalfi Coast to reach Capri:

Private car transfer + hydrofoil + taxi

A driver will pick you up at the Rome or Naples airport, train station, or your hotel to take you to the port of Naples. At the port, your driver will give you the tickets for the hydrofoil and will guide you to the embarkation point to board your hydrofoil to Capri, where you’ll arrive at the port of Marina Grande. Once you disembark on Capri, you’ll find a driver waiting to accompany you to your final destination on the island. This is the most economical option in terms of value for money.

Car transfer + private boat + taxi

A driver will pick you up at the Rome or Naples airport, train station, or your hotel to take you to the private embarkation pier at the port of Naples. You’ll board a private boat to cross the Gulf of Naples, enjoying your journey without any other tourists, and reaching Capri faster than other shared transport methods. Once you arrive at the tourist port of Capri, a traditional local convertible taxi will be waiting to take you to your hotel. Hassle free!

Helicopter transfer

A helicopter transfer is by far the fastest and most spectacular way to get to Capri. The helicopter can depart from various locations (in Naples, it departs from the Naples Capodichino airport) and arrives in Anacapri. Upon arrival on the island you can take a taxi to your final destination.

FAQ - Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to get to Capri from Naples?

By high-speed ferry: 50 minutes
By speedboat: 40 minutes
By helicopter: 20 minutes

If my hotel is located in a pedestrian area, how can I arrange a transfer?

Where possible, transfers are provided by taxi. However, many hotels in the center of Capri and Anacapri are in pedestrian areas, so the final let must be completed on foot. Your luggage will be transported directly to your hotel.

My flight lands in the late afternoon. How can I be sure to catch the last ferry?

Generally, you need to allow for at least an hour between your flight arrival time at the Naples airport and the ferry departure time for Capri; in normal traffic conditions, the drive between the Naples airport and Molo Beverello is 30 minutes. From the Rome airport to Naples, allow for at least 3 hours by car. Remember that the baggage reclaim at Fiumicino is notoriously slow.

What happens in case of rough seas?

If seas are so rough that boat crossings are suspended, our partners will advise you as soon as possible and help you find accommodations on the mainland; your transfer will be moved to the next day. It is extremely rare that crossings are suspended between April and October, as the sea conditions are generally calm during those months.