Situated in a gulf in the Tyrrheanian sea, between Amalfi’s coastline (western side) and plain of Sele (south-east side), Salerno is the second most important city of Campania. The first settlers where the Etruscans, substituted, after some time, by Sunnites. The port has a major role and is very important for commerce and trades for the central/southern part of Italy. From here is easy to reach some of the most beautiful places in Amalfi’s coastline, such as Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi, famous for the production of the famous limoncello (a lemon liqueur). Port of Salerno departures and arrivals: Palermo, Messina, Tunis and from/to the close islands of Capri and Procida. The most important sailing companies operating from and to Salerno are Caronte & Tourist and Grimaldi Lines.