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Reaching the Amalfi Coast was possible for very few brave travellers for centuries. There were no proper roads only rocky paths, on muleback or sailing there in merchant ships. It has only been since the early 19th century when 35 km of coast road were built during the reign of the Bourbons that this area is accessible to foreigners.
Scala is 450 metres above sea level, in the heart of the Amalfi Coast. You can reach it by car or public transport along the panoramic coast road. You can come via the A3 or A30 motorways (highways). The nearest railway station is in Salerno; the nearest airport Naples Capodichino. By sea, there are ferries and hydrofoils leaving from Naples, Sorrento and Salerno.
The Coast is not served by train stations. The nearest are those of Naples ( 56 km) and Salerno (30 km). From here you will have take the bus to the Amalfi Coast .
From the train stations of Naples and Salerno are available SITA bus leading to Amalfi , from there connecting bus to Scala .
Ferries and hydrofoils depart from Naples and Salerno to Amalfi , from here the SITA bus to Scala .