Amalfi Sorrento bus timetable

Amalfi Sorrento autobus
Sita Sud srl serves the connection Amalfi Sorrento.

The stops are as follows:

  • Amalfi
  • Grotta Smeraldo
  • Praiano
  • Positano
  • Colli S.Pietro
  • Meta
  • Piano Sorrento
  • S.Agnello
  • Colli Fontanelle
  • Bv S.Agata
  • Priora
  • Sorrento


Download the pdf Amalfi Sorrento bus timetable: Sita line 5070 Amalfi Sorrento (updated 30 Jan 2019)


For bus lines Amalfi Sorrento is valid the Unico Costiera tariff system.

Amalfi Coast

For more information about Amalfi Coast consult the following: Amalfi Coast.

Italiano Amalfi Sorrento
Русский Амальфи Сорренто

35 Replies to “Amalfi Sorrento bus timetable”

  1. most of the time tables are for weekdays.
    We will arrive at Napoli on a sunday.
    HOw can we get from Napoli to Amalfi on a SUNday ? and how can we get back from Amalfi to Napoli on a SUNday ?

    thaks !

  2. Hello!
    I am going to travel by bus from Positano to Agerola. I’ll have to start my trip from 14:00 to 15:00 on the 3rd of May 2015. As that would be the first time I visit this area could you please tell me:
    1. Will I have to make a change on my way from Positano to Agerola?
    2. What time do the bus departs from Positano (and from another point, if the change is required)?
    3. How much will it cost me to make such a trip?
    Thank you very much in advance!

  3. Hi Monica.

    We are looking to get from Naples port to Positano in a day and in a cost effective way. Can you help. Trying to obtain info on Sita bus options and ferries between Naples and Sorrento Any help much appreciated

    1. Hi Michael.
      To reach Positano from Naples you have to change bus in Amalfi. Here information:

      Here information about Naples-Sorrento

      You need the ticket TIC (here more information) or a corporate ticket.
      About the costs you can use the search engine to find the tic rate: TIC

      Have a nice journey.
      La redazione declina ogni responsabilità riguardo eventuali ritardi.
      The editorial staff is not responsible for any delays.

  4. Hi Monica,

    We are dropping off our hire car in Sorrento approx. 6pm and needing to get to Positano.
    Rome-to-rio website says buses leave every 30mins however their link to the bus timetables in broken.
    Can you advise your recommendation getting from Sorrento to Positano at that hour, and which services and timetables we could use to decide??

    Greatly appreciated,

  5. Hello,

    I want to go to Positano from Salerno at 3/July.
    So, can I go to there after time that is 20:50 ??

    I didn’t find connecter with Salerno to Amalfi and Amalfi to Positano.

    If you know, please tell me.

    1. Hi.
      To reach Positano from Salerno you need to change bus in Amalfi.
      Here more information: Amalfi Coast connection

      About 3/July, now it is too early.

      La redazione declina ogni responsabilità riguardo eventuali ritardi.
      The editorial staff is not responsible for any delays.

  6. Hi,

    I’m looking for the time schedule for the bus line between Sorrento and Amalfi (5070?). The link on this page seems to be outdated, since the referenced time table only was valid up until 07/06/2015.

    Can you help me find a time table that is valid today?

    Kind regards,

    1. Hi, Oliver.
      Now You can find the updated timetable in the article.

      Have a nice journey.
      La redazione declina ogni responsabilità riguardo eventuali ritardi.
      The editorial staff is not responsible for any delays.

  7. Hello – I am looking at how hard it will be to travel from Conca dei Marini to ristorante Donna Rosa. Can you suggest the best SITA bus stop to use? Is there a stop higher up the hill, to reduce the climbing?

    Thank you for any advice on this,

      1. Hi Monica – thank you for replying! Since that post I learned that there is a community bus which will leave Sponda or Nuovo stops to travel up to Montepertuso (where the restaurant is), but since we are staying in Conca dei Marini the amoun of travel involved is too much for just a short visit, so we have decided against it for this trip. Maybe next time!

    1. Hi, Kristina.
      5070 is what you need: Amalfi Sorrento
      Grotta Smeraldo is in Conca de Marini.

      Have a nice journey.
      La redazione declina ogni responsabilità riguardo eventuali ritardi.
      The editorial staff is not responsible for any delays.

  8. Hi Monica,

    We have a train from Naples to Siena leaving at 12:00HRS on a Sunday.

    We need to get from Positano to the Naples train station before 12:00HRS. Will it be possible to take the Sita to Sorrento and then take circumvesuviana to Naples and arrive in time? I am having some troubles reading the time tables for both.



    1. Hi, Kerry.
      You way is the best way.
      About sita timetables on Sunday you have to check G (= giornaliere = daily) and H (= holiday).
      About circumvesuviana timetables you have to check all times except “FER” (= feriale = weekday). -> Naples Sorrento Circumvesuviana

      According to me, starting from Positano before 8am you should do.

  9. Hello Monica,

    What are the possibilities to go to Rome from Amalfi on a weekday.
    I understand the most appropriate route is via Sorrento and by train.
    Where can I find timetables from:
    1. Amalfi to Sorrento
    2. Sorrento to Rome

    Kind Regards,

  10. Hi, I am taking the SITA bus from Venice to Padova.
    Now not sure if its bus 100 or 101 i need to take.
    What is the name of the bus stop please?

    1. Hi Shakyra,

      To go to Padova from Venice you need to take a bus number 53E of the bus company ACTV. Here are the bus stops that make the bus:
      Venezia (Piazzale Roma, corsia B6) – via della Libertà (S. Chiara), (Righi), (Staz. Marghera), (Fincantieri) – Piazza 27 Ottobre – via Carducci (Telecom) – via F.lli Bandiera (Cruto) – Oriago via Venezia (rist. Vettore), (Centro), (Stazione FS) – Mira via Nazionale ( Mirasole) – Dolo via Mazzini (Centro) – Stra P.zza Marconi – Padova San Marco (Ponte di Brenta), (bivio Noventa) – Padova via Venezia (Stanga).

      So in Venice the bus stop is Piazzale Roma. Here you can check the timetable:

  11. Hello!!

    I’m having trouble reading the schedule, could you help me??

    I’ll be arriving Positano on June 14 (Thursday), around 18.30pm. Afterwards, I need to get to Hotel Villa Bellavista – Via Rezzola, 47, 84010 Praiano.
    So, i need to catch the SitaSud 5070 Sorrento-Positano-Amalfi, right??

    The trouble is, I only see on the schedule those two stops – Positano and Praiano. Are there any other stops in between those two? If so, what stop should I get off? Is it Caprigliano?

    Thanks in advance!

  12. How do I pre-purchase tickets to travel on the SITABUS from Praiano to Sorrento on Monday 3rd Sept? The bus driver indicated we needed tickets to board in Praiano and I have been unsuccessful in navigating to a ticket purchase option on your website. Thanks

  13. Hi, I would like to take the 7:40am bus from Sorrento to Amalfi. It says it is on school days. What days are considered school days? Also can everyone take that bus?

    1. Hi Ian, school days are from Monday to Friday and when the School are open. That means that from the beginning of June till September (and other holidays) the bus is not running. When it is running you can take the bus.

  14. Hello,

    I recently came back from a trip in the Almalfi coast and realized that I could not find a sports jacket (suit jacket, blazer) I bought in Positano. I had it while in the town of Almalfi so I must have lost it while travelling on the bus from Ravello to Almalfi. The bag is white and blue and contains a linen striped blue blazer. The company that made it is Pepito’s. I was on the 14:00 bus from Ravello to Almalfi on Sunday the 25th of August.

    Thank you for your time,

  15. Dear Sir and Madam,

    I am very disappointed by your colleague’s work at Sorrento main station (in front of it).

    Today we wanted to travel from Sorrento to Positano. We were told by your colleague (see the attached picture) that the ticket costs 3€ per Person.
    After paying 6€ for the both of us, we saw the ticket price of 2,90€ on the ticket and asked for the change, which he was not willing to give us at the beginning.
    Standing in line, we met other travelers that wanted to do the same journey but paid only 2€ per Person (they bought their tickets in the shop inside the main station).
    When I confronted the man we bought the tickets from, he acted as if he hadn’t understood where we wanted to go (although we repeated the name of the city several times and also asked him for advice depending our stay there AND he repeated the name also!). He finally gave us back the money we paid too much and changed the tickets.

    We really hope that this doesn’t happen very often or even on purpose. His English was very good and there is no way he could have misunderstood.

    I hope to get some feedback from you!

    Thank you in advance,

    1. Dear A., please note that the price of the ticket onboard it is different from the one in the shop. This is to avoid queue while boarding.
      Anyway what happened to you it is regretful and should not happen again. You deserved respect and your change.

      Unfortunately this is not the right place for a formal complain. I would suggest you to contact:
      Via G.Pastore, 28/30 – 84131 Salerno
      Tel: 089 3866701 – Fax: 089 3856494
      Ufficio Informazioni Tel: 342 6256442

      I will leave your comment so people are aware of the rough behavior of some drivers and plan ahead.


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