From Naples central station take the Circumvesuviana towards Sorrento and get off at Piano di Sorrento station.
From Naples, the way forward is Sorrento Peninsula - Sorrento. The nearest exit from the A3 is that of Castellammare di Stabia. Arrived at Piano di Sorrento, take Via Ripa di Cassano that will lead you to Marina di Cassano.
Naples' Capodichino Airport is about 45 km.
To get to Sorrento from the airport you have the Following Solutions:
- Take the Alibus Reach the Piazza Garibaldi station in Naples and from there, take the local train Circumvesuviana.
- Take the Curreri bus That, with numerous daily trips, Directly connects the airport to Sorrento.
From the Train Station of Napoli Piazza Garibaldi take a train to Salerno. In Salerno there are many bus which in a short time, approximately forty minutes, will be in Cetara.
If you want to arrive to Cetara by car from Naples, the route to follow is 56 kilometers, which corresponds more or less to 50 minutes of travel. Follow the A3 highway towards Vietri sul Mare and take the Vietri Sul Mare exit and continue on SS163 for 5 kilometers.
During the summer months, there are convenient sea crossings by ferry which depart from Salerno and stop in Positano and Amalfi, and vice versa. Salerno has two piers: Molo Concordia opposite the train station, which is perfectly located for those traveling by train; and Molo Manfredi, a few kilometers away. Routes usually run from 1 April to 31 October. Other ferry routes for Amalfi and Positano depart from Sorrento.
The airport of Naples Capodichino is connected to the center of Naples thanks to a shuttle service, the Alibus line to Piazza Garibaldi where there are the Ferrovie station and the Circumvesuviana. From the Train Station of Napoli Piazza Garibaldi take a train to Salerno. In Salerno there are many bus which in a short time, approximately forty minutes, will be in Cetara.