Due to its location, Villa Tozzoli House is easily achievable and ideal starting point to the most important tourist destinations of the Amalfi Coast, Naples and the islands of Capri and Ischia
Airport - Naples
The Capodichino airport is located in the North-West of Naples, 50 km away from Sorrento.
From the Arrivals of Naples Capodichino airport, a bus service offered by Curreri Viaggi: ensures a lot of daily connections to the Sorrento peninsula.
From Capodichino Airport you can reach the station of Naples Piazza Garibaldi by local buses and then continue to Sorrento by train. From Capodichino there are connections by local buses, to Stazione Marittima – Beverello pier and then go to Sorrento by sea.
You can also take a taxi service, always from Capodichino, to the train station or to the Beverello pier.
From Naples by ferry
From the Naples Beverello pier, near Piazza Municipio, several ferries and hydrofoils make their routes to Sorrento. The journey takes about 40 minutes, and the dock is located in the port of Sorrento “Marina Piccola”. A shuttle service connects it to the main square Piazza Tasso.
From the North: via the A/1 Milan-Naples motorway, continuing through the A/3 Naples-Salerno until reaching the exit Castellammare di Stabia
From the East: via the A/16 Bari-Naples motorway, taking A/3 Naples-Salerno until reaching the exit Castellammare di Stabia.
From the South: via the A/3 Reggio Calabria/Salerno motorway toward Naples, until reaching the exit Castellammare di Stabia.
When taken the exit to Castellammare di Stabia continue along SS 145 for about 20 km till Sorrento.
Sorrento is about 50 km away from Naples, and the journey takes about one hour in periods of flowing traffic.
Train Station - Naples
From “Napoli Centrale” railway station, where trains come from the main cities of Italy by taking Ferrovie dello Stato and Italo Treno, you can walk to “Piazza Garibaldi” Station, where there are frequent trains of the Circumvesuviana line (usually from platform 3).
In some periods of the year there is a fast train called Campania Express (usually from platform 1) .