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Capri Island Tour for the Disabled

ST300_IMG_1166The beautiful island of Capri is one of the most popular vacation destinations in southern Italy…and it has been for a long time. In fact, the Roman emperors vacationed here 2000 years ago!

The full-day Capri Island Tour for the Disabled shows you several sights in this must-see Mediterranean destination: the Bay of Naples, the Marina Grande, and the town of Capri.

If you’d like to also visit the town of Sorrento, you could book the Gulf of Naples Accessible Cruise Excursion.

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Tour Highlights

– Ferry ride to the Capri Island
– Driving tour around Capri Island
– Train cable car ride up to the town of Capri
– Capri walking tour
– Capri shopping & cafés

Accessibility Description

The Capri Island Tour for the Disabled has a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has step-free routes throughout the tour. Tour participants will encounter some uphill terrain in Capri, but the guide can assist wheelchair users.

This tour did not receive a higher accessibility rating because wheelchair users will need to be able to transfer into a car. If you would like to stay in your wheelchair during the tour, you can choose one of the tours with a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating: theNaples & Sorrento Accessible Shore Excursion or the Pompeii & Amalfi Coast Accessible Tour.

The tour guide for your Capri disabled accessible tour will be waiting for you at theaccessible Naples cruise terminal holding a sign with your name.


After a short accessible walk/roll to the ferry terminal, your tour guide will help you in purchasing your ferry tickets to Capri.


There are multiple ferries (jetfoils) at the ferry dock. Your ferry to Capri will have a wheelchair ramp (shown in the photo on the left) and a space for wheelchair users onboard (shown in the photo on the right).

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The Capri Island Tour for the Disabled includes a ride on the cable car from the Marina Grande to the town of Capri.   Although there are steps shown in the photo on the left, there is a lift and an electric ramp for wheelchair users. It also includes a private driving tour around the island and a visit to the town of Anacapri.


There are numerous hills on the island of Capri. The disabled accessible Capri touruses a taxi that is easy for wheelchair users to transfer into so that they can visit the town of Anacapri and drive around the island.

When walking and rolling in Capri, this accessible Capri tour takes the most wheelchair friendly routes around the island by avoiding severe cobblestones and steps.


Tour Details

Tour duration: 8 to 9 hours
“Cost: 1 person – €800, 2 people – €1000, 3 people – €1200, 4 people – €1350, 5 people – €1550, 6 people – €1700, 7 people – €1900, 8 people – €2050.
**Price subject to change.
Meet-up place: Cruise dock in Naples, Sorrento, or Salerno. Hotel pick up possible for an addtional charge which will be determined based on the location of your hotel.
* 50 euro off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
Days of the week the tour is offered:  Every day of the week
Meet-up time: 8:30 am
Meet-up place: Hotel in Sorrento or Naples; Cruise dock in Naples, Sorrento, or Salerno
* Tours starting at Salerno cruise dock have an additional 100 euro fee
Dress code: None
Maximum number of people on tour: Cars can fit 4 people plus the tour guide.
Entrance tickets: Not included. Some entrance tickets are free for disabled visitors if they have an ID card from their home country stating the percent of their disability.Otherwise Villa San Michele Anacapri is 6 euro per person.
To review our cancellation policy, please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Entrance tickets, ferry tickets (38 euro per person round-trip), snacks/meals, and gratuities.

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