How to get from Ischia to Positano by ferry
There are seasonal ferry connections from the island of Ischia to Positano on the Amalfi Coast. Find all the information you need about the Ischia - Positano ferry route in our guide and discover this beautiful Italian seaside village!
Is there a ferry from Ischia to Positano?
Ferry connections from Ischia to Positano are available from June to September. The route is usually operated 7 times per week by the ferry company Alicost.
Please note that ferry timetables are subject to change. You can find real-time schedules and ferry ticket prices from Sorrento to Naples on Ferryhopper.
How long is the ferry ride from Ischia to Positano?
Ferry duration from Ischia to Positano is about 1 hr 50 min.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Ischia to Positano?
The ferry route from Ischia to Positano is operated by hydrofoils, high-speed vessels that are smaller than conventional ferries. The fastest boat takes around 1 hr 50 min to reach the port of Positano.
How much is the ferry from Ischia to Positano?
Ferry prices from Ischia to Positano are approximately €25. Ticket cost is lower for children between 3-12 years old, while infants under the age of 3 travel for free. Pets are also allowed on board in a pet carrier.
What’s the ferry schedule from Ischia to Positano?
Ferry sailings from Ischia to Positano normally take place once a day from June to September. Ferries usually depart around 16:20 and reach Positano at about 18:10.
What's the distance between Ischia and Positano?
The distance between the island of Ischia and the port of Positano is about 29 nautical miles (approximately 53km).
Am I allowed to travel from Ischia to Positano?
It is currently possible to travel from Ischia to Positano and between the villages on the Amalfi Coast. For the latest information about travel restrictions and requirements, you can check our blog post on Covid-19 and ferry trips in Italy.
Where can I book cheap ferry tickets from Ischia to Positano?
You can book cheap ferry tickets to Positano from Ischia on Ferryhopper. See all the available routes on our Map of ferries and book your ferry trip to Positano online with no hidden fees.
Houses built on the steep coastline in Positano, the so-called "vertical city"
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Ischia to Positano
Here are some travel tips for your trip from Ischia to Positano:
- Strong winds may disrupt ferry services. You can contact the company you are traveling with to check if there are any changes to your ferry trip schedule.
- From Positano, you can easily travel by ferry to other beautiful destinations on the coast, such as Amalfi, Castellammare di Stabia and Vietri sul Mare. Take advantage of the available ferry connections and avoid seasonal road traffic!
- If you have any questions about your ferry trip from Ischia to Positano, do not hesitate to contact our customer support team.
Where to take the ferry from Ischia to Positano
Ferries from Ischia to Positano depart from Ischia Porto, the lively main town and most important port of the island. The port is located on the northeast coast of Ischia.
Can I travel on the ferry from Ischia to Positano with a car?
Hydrofoils operating between Ischia and Positano do not carry vehicles.
The ferry company Alicost allows you to carry 1 piece of luggage up to 50x35x20cm for free. Additional charges apply if your luggage exceeds the company's baggage allowance.
Ferries from Ischia to Positano do not have cabins. Onboard services include a cafe bar and Wi-Fi access.