Ferries Sardinia

Ferries Sardinia The 3 main ports of Sardinia: Olbia, Porto Torres and Cagliari, as well as the port of Arbatax, are linked to the continent thanks to regular routes which are often intensified as Summer comes.
Over the last years, thanks to the introduction of fast ferries, coming to Sardinia for the holidays by the sea has become easier and more competitive than air transport, especially with the free car or €1 car special offers.

Above, you will find a list of the main routes to Sardinia. By following the links, you will access to our online ferry booking system.

Select your port of departure, your port of arrival, and with a few clicks, you will be soon in Sardinia.
In case of any doubt or in need for suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us, we remain available for any questions you may have about coming to Sardinia by Ferry.

Some pieces of advice to travel to Sardinia by Ferry

Arriving by ferry in Sardinia can be thought as a pleasant continuation of your holidays in Sardinia. Just think about it as a small Mediterranean cruise.
The modern boats which link the ports of Genoa, Civitavecchia and Livorno to the ports of Olbia and Porto Torres are very similar to the cruise ships that sail to and fro across the Mediterranean.
On the contrary, the cruise ships that go from Civitavecchia or the other ports of South Italy to Cagliari are said to be from an inferior standard. Thus, if you want to go south, for example to Villasimius, Costa Rei or Santa Margherita di Pula, sometimes it is easier to land in Olbia or Porto Torres (Just take into consideration the traffic jams around Olbia in high season) and then to join the beaches of South Sardinia through the SS 131 national road (Porto Torres – Cagliari: 2h30; Olbia – Cagliari: 3h).

Crossing times vary enough depending on the boats and on the distance. From 3h30 between Civitavecchia and Olbia with a fast ferry to more than 15h between Genoa and Arbatax.
Just keep informed about crossing times and keep in mind that weather conditions influence a lot those crossing times : you could suffer till a 12-hour delay or a cancellation...
But fortunately for you the Tyrrhenian Sea is a calm sea, that makes you can choose a daily crossing and enjoy the sun on your skin when traveling by ferry to Sardinia.

See you soon in Sardinia with Sweet-sardinia.com

Main shipping routes to Sardinia

To and from the port of Porto Torres

> Genova - Porto Torres: Tirrenia | Moby
> Marsiglia - Porto Torres: SNCM
> Civitavecchia - Porto Torres: Grimaldi-Lines
> Barcellona - Porto Torres: Grimaldi-Lines

To and from the port of Cagliari

> Civitavecchia - Cagliari: Tirrenia
> Napoli - Cagliari: Tirrenia
> Palermo - Cagliari: Tirrenia
> Trapani Cagliari: Tirrenia

To and from the ports of Olbia and Golfo Aranci

> Civitavecchia - Olbia/Golfo Aranci: Tirrenia | Moby | Sardinia Ferries
> Livorno - Olbia/Golfo Aranci: Moby Lines | Sardinia Ferries
> Piombino - Olbia: Moby Lines
> Genova - Olbia: Tirrenia | Moby

Other routes

> Bonifacio - Sardegna: Saremar | Moby
> Civitavecchia - Arbatax: Tirrenia
> Genova - Arbatax: Tirrenia

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