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Salerno

A trip to the realm of Lombards and architectural star

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Ferries to Salerno (Campania)

Travel with Caronte & Tourist ferries to Salerno on the route connecting the Tyrrhenian port to that of Messina. The Trade Port of Salerno is the port of reference for the Autostrade d'Amare, a strategic point for connections to and from Sicily.

The experience aboard our ferries is always pleasant and relaxing crossing by sea.

The punctuality of the connections, the convenience of the ships, the possibility to embark with one's own vehicle, combined with the services onboard, ensure an extremely comfortable trip for all of our passengers.

A trip to the realm of Lombards and architectural star, Zaha Hadid

Salerno has an ancient and prestigious history. Founded by the Etruscans in 109 B.C., after the domination of the Goths and Byzantines, the city in Campania became an independent Longobardian principality. During the Norman reign of Robert Guiscard, the monumental Cathedral and the royal palace of Castel Terracena were constructed. The city became a thriving centre of research with the Salerno medical school, the first and most important in Europe.

Around 1700, during the Spanish rule, the city of Salerno was restored through the construction of refined houses and prestigious churches, which still characterise the main streets of the historic centre.

Together with Castello di Arechi II, the legendary Lombard prince who ruled Salerno, the maritime terminal became the new symbol of the city. Built by the famous Anglo-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, the Salerno Maritime Terminal is open to the public during the month of September until late evening, on the occasion of the festival of San Matteo, patron saint of the city.

How to reach the Caronte & Tourist boarding area:

From the A30 motorway (Caserta - Salerno)
In the vicinity of Salerno, at the junction for Reggio Calabria - travel along the A3 in the direction of "Salerno - Naples - Costiera Amalfitana", take the "Salerno - Costiera Amalfitana" exit, then turn left and follow the road towards the “Porto commerciale - Via Ligea”, and therein, the "Molo Ponente" port.

From the A3 motorway (Naples - Salerno)
From the "Vietri sul Mare" exit, turn right in the direction of Salerno and follow the signs for the “Porto commerciale - Via Ligea” and therein, the "Molo Ponente" port.
From the "Salerno" exit, turn left towards "Porto - Costiera Amalfitana" and follow the signs for the “Porto commerciale - Via Ligea” and therein, the "Molo Ponente" port.

Public transportation:

Bus service to and from the central station.

Places of interest close to the boarding area:

Stazione Marittima (Maritime Terminal)
Designed by the noted architectural star, Zaha Hadid, the Maritime Terminal was inaugurated in April 2016 by the former president Matteo Renzi.

Trip duration:

  • From Messina: c.a. 9 hours

Travelling time may be subject to variations due to meteorological conditions.

Ticket offices

Molo Ponente
Tel. +39.089.25.82.528
Fax +39.089.56.47.376

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