Ferries and hydrofoils to Ischia Porto

The most important port for the commercial and tourist traffic on the island of Ischia.

Timetables to and from Ischia Porto
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Departure Wednesday 12 December 2018

Ferries and Hydrofoils from Napoli e Pozzuoli (tutti i porti) to Ischia Porto

Next departure between
Ferry
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04:10 Weekdays NoHolid VP FerryCaremar Pozzuoli
Ischia

06:10 Weekdays NoHolid FerryMedmar Pozzuoli
Ischia

06:15 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

07:05 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

07:15 Daily FerryGestour Pozzuoli
Ischia

07:35 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

08:35 Daily FerryMedmar Napoli
Ischia

08:40 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Napoli
Ischia

09:00 Daily VP FerryCaremar Pozzuoli
Ischia

09:40 Daily FerryMedmar Pozzuoli
Ischia

09:40 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

10:40 Daily FerryGestour Pozzuoli
Ischia

10:45 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

10:50 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

11:45 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Napoli
Ischia

12:55 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

13:10 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Napoli
Ischia

13:30 Daily FerryMedmar Pozzuoli
Ischia

13:45 Daily FerryGestour Pozzuoli
Ischia

14:00 Daily VP FerryCaremar Pozzuoli
Ischia

14:10 Daily FerryMedmar Napoli
Ischia

14:35 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

14:45 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Napoli
Ischia

15:10 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

15:30 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

16:30 Daily FerryMedmar Pozzuoli
Ischia

17:20 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

17:30 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

17:30 Daily FerryGestour Pozzuoli
Ischia

17:55 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

18:15 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Napoli
Ischia

18:30 Daily FerryMedmar Napoli
Ischia

18:55 Daily VP FerryCaremar Pozzuoli
Ischia

19:25 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

20:20 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Napoli
Ischia

20:30 Daily FerryMedmar Pozzuoli
Ischia

21:55 Daily VP FerryCaremar Napoli
Ischia

Return Wednesday 12 December 2018

Ferries and Hydrofoils from Ischia to Naples and Pozzuoli (all ports)

Next departure between
Ferry
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02:30 Weekdays NoHolid VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Pozzuoli

04:30 Weekdays NoHolid FerryMedmar Ischia
Pozzuoli

06:25 Daily VP FerryMedmar Ischia
Napoli

06:30 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

06:45 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Ischia
Napoli

07:10 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

07:20 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Pozzuoli

08:10 Daily FerryMedmar Ischia
Pozzuoli

08:20 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Pozzuoli

08:40 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

08:45 Daily FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

09:10 Daily FerryGestour Ischia
Pozzuoli

09:35 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

10:15 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Ischia
Napoli

10:35 Daily VP FerryMedmar Ischia
Napoli

11:10 Daily FerryMedmar Ischia
Pozzuoli

11:30 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Pozzuoli

11:45 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

12:10 Daily FerryGestour Ischia
Pozzuoli

13:00 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Ischia
Napoli

13:20 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

13:50 Daily FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

14:00 Weekdays NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

14:30 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Ischia
Napoli

15:05 Daily FerryMedmar Ischia
Pozzuoli

15:20 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

16:05 Daily FerryGestour Ischia
Pozzuoli

16:15 Daily HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

16:25 Daily VP HydrofoilCaremar Ischia
Napoli

16:35 Daily FerryMedmar Ischia
Napoli

16:50 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

17:20 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

18:40 Daily FerryMedmar Ischia
Pozzuoli

19:10 Daily FerryGestour Ischia
Pozzuoli

19:10 Mon→Fri NoHolid HydrofoilAlilauro Ischia
Napoli

19:25 Daily VP FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

20:15 Daily FerryCaremar Ischia
Napoli

The new Bourbons, to visit Ischia, would have to rejoice. In fact, the urban weight of the Bourbons is still evident throughout the island: from pine groves planted by the botanist Giovanni Gussone, to the church of Santa Maria di Portosalvo, without forgetting the link between the municipalities of Forio, Lacco Ameno and Casamicciola Terme, called, precisely, the Borbonica.

But the Port of Ischia is undoubtedly the most important civil work left by the Bourbons. Talking about it today seems almost obvious, but for a very long time, commerce and tourism negatively affected the lack of a safe harbor.

It was Ferdinand II, in 1854, who decided to "open to port" what was nothing but a small volcanic lake just lapped by the surrounding sea. The positive consequences did not take long to arrive even if the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in a few years gave way, as we know, to the unification of Italy.

From the historical point of view the differences between north and south of the island all pass from here. In fact, to be the first to benefit from the presence of the port were the municipalities of Ischia, Casamicciola Terme and Lacco Ameno, while Barano d'Ischia, Serrara Fontana and Forio remained anchored longer to agriculture and fishing.

Over the years, obviously, the gap has been absorbed and for a long time now tourism represents the unique destiny of all six municipalities of the island. On the other hand, however, the primacy of the port of Ischia remains. A record made above all of numbers and services.

First of all, the nautical yachting, with the side of the Marina di Portosalvo equipped with all the services that compete with a modern marina: 24 hour guardian; mooring / unmooring assistance; drinking water; fuel distributor; diver operator; mechanical, electrical assistance, etc.

Services that have greatly contributed to the tourist fortunes of the Right Bank. For many years, the "Rive Droite", as the charmingly call it the Ischisans, is one of the obligatory stops of the bych of Ischia, including restaurants, disco pubs, wine bars and megayachts moored on the quayside.

On the other side of the port there is the Left Bank which is instead the service pier, the port area from which the goods and passengers traffic pass by ferries.