Ferries to Italy
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Ferries to Italy

31 ferry companies operate ferries to Italy with 350 routes to choose from. Ferry duration can range between 15 minutes and 21 hours depending on the route, operator and ship.

Italy Ferry Schedules & Timetables

There are over 1,800 daily sailings to Italy. NLG provide up to 123 daily sailings, Alilauro provide up to 46 daily sailings, Caremar provide up to 72 daily sailings, Positano Jet provide up to 35 daily sailing and Travelmar provide up to 280 daily sailings.

Ports of Italy

There are 105 ports in Italy with the most popular being Naples, Sorrento, Capri, Positano and Amalfi. Naples port and Sorrento port are located on the west coast of Italy and Bari port is located on the west coast.

Ferry from Naples to Capri

Ferries from Naples to Capri sail approximately 23 times per day with a crossing time of 55 minutes. Naples to Capri ferry prices can range between $2 and $227.

Ferry from Naples to Sorrento

Ferries from Naples to Sorrento sail approximately 7 times per day with a crossing time of 43 minutes. Naples to Sorrento ferry prices can range between $18 and $405.

Italy Ferry Prices and Offers

Italy ferry prices can range between $2 and $2,481. Ferry cost can vary by operator, season, and route. View our special offers page for the latest ferry offers and discounts.

All ferry prices subject to change, pricing representative of searches over last 30 days.


Italy Day Trips

Italy is a brilliant destination for island-hopping with many routes to choose from. The best island hopping routes in Italy are Naples to Sorrento, Amalfi to Capri, Positano to Salerno and Naples to Capri.

Of the 31 ferry operators that offer ferries to Italy, 15 of them do not allow you to bring your car with you when sailing with them, although the remaining 16 do allow you to bring your car with you. Because of this, we recommend checking that your route and operator supports cars before making your booking.

Most popular questions

Which ferries travel to Italy?

Ferries to Italy:
  • Bastia
  • Portoferraio
  • Golfo Aranci
  • Ile Rousse
  • Olbia
  • Cavo
  • Ajaccio
  • Tunis
  • Barcelona
  • Durres
  • Palermo
  • Porto Torres
  • Tangier Med
  • Palermo Termini Imerese
  • Corfu
  • Cagliari
  • Igoumenitsa
  • Ischia
  • Ischia (Casamicciola)
  • Procida
  • Split
  • Lipari
  • Panarea
  • Ponza
  • Salina
  • Stromboli
  • Ventotene
  • Vulcano
  • Zadar
  • Dubrovnik
  • Sami
  • Messina
  • Patras
  • Capraia
  • Rio Marina
  • Pianosa
  • Giglio
  • Capri
  • Rovinj
  • Piran
  • Porec
  • Milazzo
  • Mali Losinj
  • Rinella
  • San Domino (Tremiti)
  • Sorrento
  • Naples
  • Castellammare di Stabia
  • San Nicola (Tremiti)
  • Amalfi
  • Positano
  • Salerno
  • Pula
  • Umag
  • Forio
  • Ginostra (Stromboli)
  • Cetara
  • Maiori
  • Minori
  • Vietri sul mare
  • Seiano
  • Vlora
  • Saranda

What is the fastest ferry to Italy?

The fastest ferry crossing to Italy is via the Minori to Cetara ferry, in approximately 01m.

What is the cheapest ferry to Italy?

The cheapest ferry to Italy is $16 on average via the Messina to Reggio Calabria route. Ferry prices for Italy can vary depending on what season you decide to travel. Price exclusive of booking fees.

What are the ferry ports in Italy?

Italy Ferry Ports:
  • Livorno
  • Piombino
  • Savona
  • Genoa
  • Bari
  • Naples
  • Salerno
  • Brindisi
  • Pozzuoli
  • Ancona
  • Venice
  • Porto Santo Stefano
  • Sorrento
  • Castellammare di Stabia
  • Reggio Calabria
  • Trieste
  • Vibo Valentia
  • Termoli
  • Vieste
  • Terracina
  • Amalfi
  • Positano
  • San Felice Circeo
  • Cetara
  • Maiori
  • Minori
  • Vietri sul mare
  • Peschici
  • Rodi Garganico
  • Cesenatico
  • Pesaro
  • Seiano
  • Villa San Giovanni
  • Portici
  • Torre del Greco
  • Piano di Sorrento
  • Monte di Procida

Can you take pets on the ferry to Italy?

Yes, passengers are allowed to bring pets onboard the ferries with certain ferry companies. However, please ensure that you have read all the operator guidelines on pets before travelling. Currently you can bring pets on ferries with the following operators

Italy Ferry Map and Routes