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Catania to Salerno / Salerno to Catania6 crossings weekly13 hr
Salerno is a town in the Italian region of Campania, on the Amalfi coast. Salerno benefits from a warm, Mediterranean climate and is one of the sunniest towns in Italy. The Salerno ferry routes are operated by Grimaldi Lines and travel across the Mediterranean Sea to Sicily and Tunisia. With the easy to use booking form from AFerry, you can find the right ferry for you.
Below, you can find Salerno ferry times, as well as our best deals.
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Ferries to and from Salerno
Grimaldi Lines ferries are large and spacious. They offer facilities such as luxurious lounges, restaurants and bars, entertainment and leisure facilities, conference halls, children's play areas, outdoor deck spaces and swimming pools, along with comfortable ensuite cabins, facilities to carry pets onboard and many other facilities.
The Navlib fleet is made up of 10 hydro-propelled jets and 2 catamarans. There is plenty of seating available on board each vessel allowing you to relax and enjoy the view.
Travelmar vessels can reach speeds of up to 18 knots, and have open deck seating allowing you to cruise in style and take in the spectacular views of the Amalfi coast.
Latest check-in times for Salerno ferries can be found on the booking confirmation, but be sure to check latest check-in time with the operator before sailing.
Salerno is a town in the Italian region of in Campania, on the Amalfi coast. Salerno benefits from a warm, Mediterranean climate and is one of the sunniest town in Italy.
Salerno was founded as a Roman colony in 194 B.C. and has throughout history been occupied by the Goths, Byzantines, Langobards and the Normans. Today Salerno is the principal town of the Amalfi coast, and is a lively port town with plenty to see and do.
Salerno has many beautiful sights and attractions to keep visitors entertained. The town is overlooked by the Castello di Arechi and its beautiful Giardino della Minerva. The city's old town is also well worth a visit; it has become one of the best-preserved historic town centres, and is full of narrow streets and hidden passageways.
Salerno is well-known for its historic and grand churches; you can find plenty of marvellous examples of fine architecture and art within the churches of Salerno. The Salerno cathedral dominates the town, and is a popular tourist attraction. Situated in Salerno old town, the cathedral has a bell-tower and is the resting place of St. Matthew the Evangelist. Another church worth visiting is the Chiesa di San Giorgio, a beautiful Baroque church with many famous paintings and frescoes. To see further examples of religious art, visit the Museo Diocesano di Salerno, located close to the cathedral.
Other attractions include the city's fine selection of museums, from the Archaeological Museum with its famous head of Apollo, to the Museo Didattico della Scuola Medica Salernitana, which houses many important documents from the Schola Medica Salernitana, the first university of medicine founded in Salerno in the 9th century.
Salerno ferry port is situated to the west of the city, and provides a gateway to Italy on the beautiful Amalfi coast.
Salerno port facilities
Salerno ferry port provides a wide range of facilities and services for passengers.
Getting to Salerno
Salerno ferry port is located to the west of the city, and is easily accessible by road via the A3 (E45) and E841 highways. Follow the A3 into the city; the ferry port is clearly signposted.
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Porto turistico "Masuccio Salernitano", Piazza Della Concordia, 84122 Salerno SA,, Italy