If you arrive by car from the North (Autostrada del Sole A1):
take the full motorway until the Caserta Sud tollbooth. Continue straight on until reaching the A3 Napoli-Salerno-Reggio Calabria. Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and continue straight on the highway to Sorrento. Exit at Gragnano and follow the signs for Agerola.
If you arrive by car from the South:
at Salerno take the A3 motorway to Naples; exit at Castellammare di Stabia and continue as in the instructions for those coming from the North. Alternatively: leave the A3 at Vietri sul Mare and then follow the SS 163. Once past Amalfi, take the Provinciale per Agerola.
By public transport from Naples:
Circumvesuviana railway runs from Naples-Piazza Garibaldi to Castellammare di Stabia (Via Nocera stop); then SITA bus to Agerola. Alternatively; SITA bus to Agerola or Amalfi via Agerola, with departures from the port of Naples (Largo Immacolatella) and stop at Naples Central Railway Station (Via G. Ferraris). In the summer months the Naples-Amalfi stretch can also be made with the Metrò del Mare, with departures from the Maritime Station, Terminal Angioino.
By public transport from Salerno:
SITA bus from Via Vinciprova, or from the railway station square, to Amalfi; then another SITA race for Agerola. In the summer months the Salerno-Amalfi stretch can also be done with the Metrò del Mare, which starts from the Molo Manfredi.
If you arrive by plane in Naples Capodichino:
use the Alibus rides to reach Piazza Garibaldi or the port and continue by public transport.