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Amalfi Coast travel from Cetara and/or Praino

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I was hoping to stay in a smaller less crowded town in late May--thinking Cetara or Praino. Because we'll be out hiking or sightseeing during the day, I like a respite for the evening, with good restaurants of course. I think I have this all straight, but can anyone chime in if I'm missing anything?
With Cetara, I like that we're a short hop from Salerno to catch the train.
I was thinking initially that buses would be fine for getting over to Amalfi (which is where I think most hikes will start), but now I am worried about the buses being crowded, even in late May.
I think I've discovered that Cetara ferries only go to Salerno and Vietri, so ferry will not be a good alternative to the bus. No ferry for Praino.
Does that about cover it? I am trying to scope all this out to determine if I should stick to Amalfi, or if it will be worth the slight inconvenience.

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