Ferry from Naples to Ventotene
Tickets, Prices & Schedules
Is there a ferry from Naples to Ventotene?
Yes, there are about 4-5 weekly crossings serving the Naples - Ventotene ferry route from June to September. The connections are operated from Fridays to Sundays by the ferry company SNAV.
What’s the ferry schedule from Naples to Ventotene
The earliest ferry to Ventotene leaves the port of Naples at 07:40 and arrives at its destination at 09:50. The latest departure is scheduled for 15:10, arriving in Ventotene around 17:05.
Keep in mind that the ferries stop first in the port of Ischia Casamicciola and then continue to Ventotene.
Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts
How much is the ferry from Naples to Ventotene?
Naples - Ventotene ferry tickets start at around €32. However, the ticket cost varies depending on the period, discounts and offers.
On Ferryhopper, you can find the best offers for the ferry trip to Ventotene from Naples. Take a look at our ferry routes, find the lowest ferry prices for this route and book your ferry tickets on Ferryhopper hassle-free.
Children up to 2 years old can travel from Naples to Ventotene for free. There are also discount tickets for children up to 11 years old.
Ferry Route Info
How long is the ferry ride from Naples to Ventotene?
The ferry from the port of Naples to the island of Ventotene can take approximately 2 hr or 2 hr 10 min.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Naples to Ventotene?
Hydrofoils operate the connection from Naples to Ventotene. The fastest ferry from Naples to Ventotene takes about 1 hr 55 min.
What’s the distance between Naples and Ventotene?
The distance between the port of Naples and the island of Ventotene is 37 nautical miles (about 70 km).
Ferry Trip Tips
Useful tips for your ferry trip to Ventotene from Naples
Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip from Naples to Ventotene:
- The port of Naples is a very busy port, especially during the high season. Therefore, it is recommended to arrive at least 90 min before your departure to avoid overcrowding.
- Take a look at our Ventotene travel guide to discover what to do and see on the island.
- Go island hopping and continue your trip from the port of Ventotene to the stunning Aeolian Islands such as Salina and Vulcano by ferry!
- If you want to reach the Pontine Islands during the off-season, you can always count on Formia - Ventotene ferries.
- If you have a few extra days, you should also visit the nearby island of Ponza. The Ventotene - Ponza ferry trip takes only 50 min!
Where to take the ferry from Naples to Ventotene
Ferries to Ventotene leave from the Beverello pier in the port of Naples.
You can easily reach it from Naples Centrale station thanks to a bus that stops at Piazza Garibaldi. Also, less than a 10 min walk from Molo Beverello is the Municipio metro stop.
Can I travel on the ferry from Naples to Ventotene with a car?
No, vehicles are not allowed on Naples - Ventotene hydrofoils. However, you can leave your vehicle in a paid parking lot near the port of Naples.
The SNAV ferry company allows passengers to carry 1 hand luggage with a maximum size of 50x35x20 cm and a maximum weight of 9 kg with no extra cost.
There are no cabins on SNAV hydrofoils operating the Naples - Ventotene connection. However, onboard seating is included in the ticket price.
On Naples - Ventotene ferries, you can bring your pet on board. A carrier or cage is required for small pets, while larger pets should wear a muzzle and be on a leash.
Book cheap ferry tickets from Naples to Ventotene
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