Address

Via Tuoro 25/26, Agerola 80051 (Naples)

GPS coordinates

40.626462, 14.560811

Distance from…

  • Amalfi (the nearest beach): 15 km
  • Ravello: 22 km
  • Positano: 30 km
  • Conca dei Marini: 10 km
  • Pompeii Ruins: 20 km
  • Sorrento: 20 km
  • Naples station/airport: 50 km
  • Vesuvius (Naples): 40 km
  • Salerno: 40 km
  • Path of Gods: 4 km

How to get here

Practical tips

Set your navigation system with GPS coordinates: 40.626462,14.560811.
If necessary ask for “Gregorio l’americano giù Pino” (“Gregorio l’americano” is my father’s nickname and “giù Pino” is the area of Agerola where the b&b is).

By car

Set your navigation system with “Agerola, Via Tuoro 25”. From there go on for other 20 meters and you will see a sign “Albachiara b&b at 300 m”, turn on the right as indicated by the sign, drive the downhill and you are at home!

Further details

Agerola is about 24 km far away from the highway A3 Napoli-Pompei-Salerno.
From Napoli crossing this highway EXIT at CASTELLAMMARE DI STABIA, follow SS145 (for about 5 km) and EXIT just out of the tunnel at Gragnano/Lettere/Agerola/Amalfi then continue on the route 366 to Agerola.
When arriving to Agerola by the only road you can take from Castellammare di Stabia, look for the sign to “San Lazzaro” (the quarter where the b&b is) and take that road (a left turn when coming from Napoli).
Follow the road for about 3 km until you reach a fork with a sign to “Albachiara B&B” (right). Turn to the right and follow until the end (about 300 meters) or until you see a sign that says “Parcheggio Albachiara”.

By bus

You can reach Agerola by bus from Napoli train station or airport (about an hour and half) and from Amalfi (about 50 minutes).

From Napoli train station you have to reach Sita bus stop to Agerola. Ask for Via Galileo Ferraris (nearby the Circumvesuviana – a local train – on the same sidewalk of hotel Ramada). You can reach it by foot in 3 minutes. Here you can take a direct SITA bus to our town, Agerola (it hasn’t a number but there is written “Agerola”). Remember to buy tickets at the Circumvesuviana station, not on board. Get off the bus in San Lazzaro square (it’s the last bus stop). If you let us know which bus you catch we’ll pick you up in the square.

From Napoli’s airport here are directions to reach us:
1. take the bus to P.zza Municipio (Molo Beverello). It’s named Alibus. It’s the last stop. You can buy the ticket on board.
2. from Molo Beverello ask for Molo Immacolatella: it’s just 200-300 meters far away from it, you can walk. There is the SITA bus station.
3. Take the SITA bus to Agerola (it hasn’t a number, but there is written “Agerola”). It gets you directly to Agerola in more or less 1 hour and half: you have to get off the bus at the last stop, that is San Lazzaro square. Remember to buy tickets at Molo (the cost is 3.60 € each).
4. If you let us know which bus you catch we’ll pick you up in the square.

From Amalfi ask for Sita bus departures place. Here you can take a direct SITA bus to our town, Agerola (it hasn’t a number but there is written “Agerola”). Remember to buy tickets at the newsagent’s or in the Sita Bar, not on board. Get off the bus in San Lazzaro square (it’s the last bus stop). It takes about 50 minutes. If you let us know which bus you take we’ll pick you up there.

By train

In Agerola there isn’t a railway station. The nearest one is Naples’ railroad station (45 km away). Connections between Agerola and the Naples are also provided by the Circumvesuviana, a local railway net, on the line Napoli-Sorrento with stations in Castellammare di Stabia (get off the train at the stop Via Nocera). From Castellammare di Stabia you have to take a bus to reach Agerola. Frequent daily connections are scheduled to Naples, Pompei and Ercolano’s archeological sites.

By plane

The nearest airport is Capodichino airport.

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