Naples, located close to the active volcanic Vesuvius Mountain; renowned for the destruction of Pompeii, is the third largest municipal in Italy. Ferries from Naples to Island-of-Ischia sail 30 kilometers. Naples sits on the southern part of Italy and has scenic hills and stretched sandy beaches. At the furthest northern end of the Gulf of Naples, is the Island-of-Ischia. The Island-of-Ischia has the largest populations of the Phlegrean Islands. Two companies operate the ferry services on the route. The SNAV ferries passengers from 8:25 a.m. to 9:20 a.m. and later from 9:20 a.m. to 10:05 a.m. The fastest SNAV ferry takes 45 minutes and sails twice per day. Alilauro ferries passengers throughout the day making 12 trips during the day. The duration of the trips spans up to one hour. Combined, there are more than 14 sailings from Naples to Island-of-Ischia daily. A maximum of one vehicle is allowed per passenger.
With 14 daily sailings, passengers can travel to Island-of-Ischia at any time of the day and early into the night. The earliest ferry to sail departs at 7:35 a.m. and takes one hour. The last ferry on the route departs at 8:20 p.m. and takes one hour. The busiest ferries tend to be between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. SNAV ferries from Naples to Island-of-Ischia, sail for one hour. Alilauro ferries take 1 hour 15 minutes, on average, to arrive at Ischia.
Departure Port: Getting from the Naples Capodichino airport to Ischia via ferry is comparatively easier using the Naples port. The port is referred to as the Mollo Beverello; serves both ferries and cruise ships. The port has a single structure housing a ticket desk, with a prominent display that directs passengers to vessels they are required to board. The locality has hotels within a 5-minute walking distance from the port. Terminals for the popular hop-on-hop-off sight-seeing buses in Naples are also a 5-minute walk from the port. The car park near the port is not bookable, and information regarding the cost of parking is not widely shared. Ferries from Naples to Island-of Ischia use the Mollo Beverello port as a terminal awaiting passengers to board. The port is well linked to other parts of the metropolitan by public transport. Central station, which is too far to walk, is connected to the port using public transport. Serving as the central train station, it facilitates movement from Pompeii and Sorrento. The information office provides tourist maps. The airport is located 7 kilometers from the port. The airport bus takes 30 minutes to reach the Naples port. Airbus, the airport bus, is the cheapest means of getting to the port. Other public transports stopping at the central station are alternatively used.
Arrival Port: Ischia comprises of two districts, Ischia Porto and Ischia Ponte. Ischia Porto is home to the main port used in the island to dock cruise ships and ferries. Casamicolla Terme port chia is this located in the Ischia Ponte district. Only residents are permitted to drive on the island from April to September. Ischia, the largest town in Island-of-Ischia, boasts an effective public transport system; covering routes from the port to the entire city. Ferries from Naples to Island-of-Ischia dock at the main port where hotels, historical sites, thermal springs, beaches, and restaurants are conveniently located.