Castellammare di Stabia rises within the Gulf of Naples and is located between the city of Pompeii and along the access road to the Sorrento Peninsula. As in the Roman age, when the city used to be a strategic center for the connections between the sea and the hinterland, Castellammare still represents, alternatively, a starting point, the end of the journey and also a place where to stop by when discovering other destinations. From here, Naples is just 25 km away, Sorrento is 18 km, Amalfi is 30 km, Positano is 25 km … and Pompeii is only 4 km!
“Chiaja art & relais” is located at the beginning of the city’s waterfront, in a strategic but quiet position, away from the noise of city traffic. Close to the beach, it is only one kilometre away from “Marina di Stabia”, the city’s little port.
During the summer, “Le Vie del Mare” provides transportation service from/to the Amalfi coast and Sorrento Peninsula. By taking the Alilauro ship, you can quickly reach Pozzuoli, Bacoli, Naples Beverello, Torre Annunziata, Seiano, Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi.
Walking along the seafront, you will get to the harbour where ferries leave daily for Sorrento and Capri. A 15 minute walk brings you to the Circumvesuviana, a train service that allows you to easily reach Pompeii, Oplontis, Ercolano, Naples and Sorrento. In few minutes, you can also take the highway without driving through the city center.