Ferry from Salerno to Procida

Tickets, Ferry Prices & Timetables

Ferries between the port of Salerno and the island of Procida operate seasonally. Find updated info, compare ferry timetables and prices, and book your ferry tickets to the islands of the Gulf of Naples from mainland Italy on Ferryhopper.

Ferry schedules from Salerno to Procida

Salerno Procida Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 07:50 Last trip: 07:50 Average duration: 3h 25m Price range: 29.90 € - 31.50 €
Procida Salerno Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 15:40 Last trip: 15:40 Average duration: 3h 40m Price range: 26.90 € - 26.90 €
Ferry companies ALILAURO

Ιs there a ferry from Salerno to Procida?

Yes, you can travel directly from Salerno to Procida in the high season thanks to the routes of Alicost. The connection runs from June to September with 1 daily sailing.

What’s the ferry schedule from Salerno to Procida?

The ferry to Procida leaves the port of Salerno at 07:50 and arrives on the island at 11:15.

Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts

How much is the ferry from Salerno to Procida?

The price of a Salerno - Procida ferry ticket is around €30. Keep in mind that the final cost also includes a €3.50 disembarkation fee for non-residents in Procida.


On Ferryhopper, you can find all current offers for the ferry trip to Procida from Salerno. Find real-time information about available ferry routes, compare fares and offers, and book your ferry tickets on Ferryhopper at the best prices.

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Children up to 3 years old travel for free. There are also discounts for children up to 12 years old and residents.

Ferry Route Info

How long is the ferry ride from Salerno to Procida?

The Salerno - Procida crossing takes about 3.5 hr.

Is there a high-speed ferry from Salerno to Procida?

The ferries that operate the connection from Salerno to Procida are all fast hydrofoils that take almost 3.5 hr to reach the island.

What’s the distance between Salerno and Procida?

The distance between Salerno and Procida is 33 nautical miles (about 62 km).

Ferry Trip Tips

Useful tips for your ferry trip to Procida from Salerno

Here are some travel tips for your trip from Salerno to Procida:

Where to take the ferry from Salerno to Procida?

Normally, Alicost hydrofoils to Procida from Salerno depart from Molo Manfredi.

It hosts the famous shell-shaped maritime station designed by the architect Zaha Hadid, as well as various amenities including bars, pizzerias, megastores, and boutiques of all kinds.

Can I travel on the ferry from Salerno to Procida with a car?

No, you can’t embark your vehicle on the hydrofoils serving the Salerno - Procida route, as they don’t have car decks.

You can leave your car in the paid parking lots close to the port area of Salerno.

Procida is very small, however, and is easily visited on foot. Also keep in mind that some months of the year on the islands in the Gulf of Naples there are restrictions on the disembarkation and movement of vehicles.

Ferry luggage

With Alicost, you can carry 1 piece of luggage up to 50x35x20 cm in size and 9 kg in weight free of charge.

Bear in mind that an extra fee applies for any extra luggage or luggage exceeding the indicated dimensions.


As the trip duration is short, there are no cabins available on ferries traveling from Salerno to Procida.

Pet travel

Pets are welcome on the hydrofoils from Salerno to Procida. You can travel with your pet as long as you include it in the booking and pay a small fee.

Keep in mind that animals can only stay outside the passenger lounges. Dogs must also be muzzled and leashed, while cats or other pets must be kept in their carriers.

For more information on the documents and conditions required to travel with your pet, we recommend contacting the ferry company you travel with.

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