Ferries in Sardinia
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There are many ways to reach Sardinia, not just by plane. Here we have put together a handy guide of ferries from Italy and ferries from Corsica, as well as ferry routes from other popular places.
Sardinia has several ferry routes that connect the island to the Italian mainland and other nearby destinations. With ferries from Italy and Corsica being popular, there are also a few other ferry routes to take note of.
Here are some of the main ferry routes in Sardinia:
Sardinia to Italy (Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno, Naples, Piombino):
- There are many ferries from Italy to choose from. Ferries operate daily from several Italian ports to the ports of Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Porto Torres, and Cagliari in Sardinia.
Sardinia to France (Toulon):
- There are ferry services connecting the port of Porto Torres in Sardinia to Toulon in France.
Sardinia to Spain (Barcelona):
- Ferries operate between the port of Porto Torres in Sardinia and the city of Barcelona in Spain.
Sardinia to Corsica (Bonifacio):
- Ferry services connect the ports of Santa Teresa Gallura and Palau in Sardinia to Bonifacio in Corsica. Getting a ferry from Corsica is simple and easy to do and only takes 50 minutes!
Sardinia to Sicily (Palermo):
- There is a ferry service connecting the port of Cagliari in Sardinia to the city of Palermo in Sicily.
Please note that ferry routes and schedules may be subject to change depending on the season and demand, so it's always a good idea to check with the ferry company for the latest information. Below is a map showing all the ferry routes leaving Sardinia, please also see a flight map, showing the airports in Sardinia and the airports that Sardinian Places customers can book to fly into and from.