Festival Info

Where to stay?

Compus Principe di Napoli

"Campus Principe di Napoli", host structure of the "NAIF" Festival, offers 37 splendid double and triple rooms. Overnight stays include breakfast. By filling out the pre-enrollment form for the festival, it will be possible to reserve accommodation.

Hostel-Camping Beata Solitudo

Close to the festival, further accommodations are available at the Hostel-Camping Beata Solitudo. Here there are beds in the hostel, 4 bungalows, camping and camper spots. Also in this case it will be possible to reserve accommodation through the pre-enrollment form.

The accomodations are subject to availability. There are enough beds for everyone and the affiliated ones are within walking distance. The Campus rooms are in the same building of the festival.
For the first edition, the association is assigning accommodation through the pre-enrollment form that you can find here.

How to reach the festival?

By plane, land at Naples Capodichino airport, continue with the Alibus to Naples Central Station (Piazza Garibaldi) and follow the directions for the bus.
By train, arrive at Naples Central Station (Piazza Garibaldi). From here follow the directions for the bus.
SITA Sud buses connect Naples to San Lazzaro (Agerola). Below you will find the timetables.
By car from Naples and Salerno, follow the signs for the A3 highway and exit at Castellammare di Stabia, take the SS145 and follow the signs for Gragnano/Agerola/Amalfi.
On Google Maps or other apps/GPS navigators it is possible to directly set the position as Campus Principe di Napoli or use the address:
Via Salvatore di Giacomo, 8 (Agerola).

SITA SUD BUS TIMETABLES (public transport)
We publish here the current timetables for public transport. If these changes, the information will be updated. The suggested bus stop is the one next to "Hotel Ramada" in Via G. Ferraris, a short walking distance from Naples central station.

From Naples to Agerola (San Lazzaro) - from Monday to Saturday
8:05 - 10:00 - 12:00 - 14:30 - 16:30 - 17:30 - 20:20

From Agerola (San Lazzaro) to Naples - from Monday to Saturday
6:05 - 8:20 - 12:00 - 15:10 - 16:45 - 17:45

On Sundays we remind you that there are no direct public buses to Naples. It is possible to reach Castellammare by bus and continue with the Circumvesuviana train to Naples.

On Sundays from Agerola (San Lazzaro) to Castellammare
7:00 - 19:00

Sunday from Castellammare to Agerola (San Lazzaro)
8:45 - 15:00

A shuttle service will be set up from Naples airport and the central station which will respect the following times:
- 3 November 2023, from Naples, 15.15 and 18.15
- 5 November 2023, from Agerola, 17 and 19
The journey is approximately 1 hour hour and 15 minutes. The shuttles can be booked exclusively online. It will be possible to indicate your own time preference. The cost is around 13 euros.

To return by public transport, on Sundays the SITA sud buses run only twice a day, at 7 and at 19, with destination Castellammare di Stabia where it will be possible to continue with the Circumvesuviana train to Naples Central Station. The festival will end in time to be able to leave even if you choose this option.

Where to eat?

Restaurant at Campus Principe di Napoli

The "Campus Principe di Napoli" has an elegant and quality restaurant. It will be possible to taste delicious dishes cooked by the chefs from Friday for dinner to Sunday for lunch, by reservation. It will be possible to know the menu and book shortly before or during the festival.

Restaurant Pizzeria Leonardo's

A few metres from the event there will be a second restaurant, "Leonardo's", where it will be possible to have lunch or dinner always by reservation. There will be both a menu based on first and second courses and the possibility of eating an excellent pizza.

What to do and visit?

Path of Gods

During the event, an excursion on the splendid "Sentiero degli Dei" (with a guide) will also be organised, a trekking route known all over the world which leads to Positano.

Among the closest destinations, we certainly recommend a stop in Amalfi, a city in a suggestive natural environment under the steep cliffs on the coast.  Between the 9th and 11th centuries, Amalfi was a powerful maritime republic. In the heart of the city, the splendid Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, from the Arab-Norman period.

Amalfi Coast