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Ferries to Sardinia

What Ferries routes go to Sardinia?

There are many different ferry routes that are available that allow you to visit many different ports throughout Sardinia, such as to Porto Torres or Cagliari. There are ferries running from Italy, France, Corsica, Spain, and even ferries within Sardinia itself. There are around 209 ferries running to Sardinia per week, which gives you plenty of routes and times to choose from when picking your journey.

Can I get a Ferry from Italy to Sardinia?

Yes, the ferries that run from Italy to Sardinia are some of the most popular and commonly running ferries, with up to 133 ferries running to Italy a week, with 41 of these sailing from Rome to different ports in Sardinia. There are plenty of other ports in Italy that you can sail from, such as Genoa or Naple, giving you many different choices when picking your ferry route.

How long does the Ferry to Sardinia take?

As there are many different ferry routes available to Sardinia, there is no one sail time available. However, sail times can usually vary from anywhere between 50 minutes to 15 and a half hours; it very much depends on the route that you are taking, so please check your route before you travel.

Can I take my car on the Ferry to Sardinia?

You are currently able to take your car with you on every ferry that runs towards the ports in Sardinia, but please check your specific route for more details about what vehicles can be supported on your ferry.

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Sardinia reviews

  • "Alcudia to Toulon "

    Everything went very well indeed from arriving at Alcudia to disembarking at Toulon. We had reserved seats and we found it rather annoying as passengers with purchasing seats came and occupied seats to watch TV. In fact out seasts 34/35 when we went for lunch on returning they were fully occupied by others. Fortunately there were other seats available for us to use

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  • "Travel to Sardinia with a dog."

    We travelled to and from Sardinia booking with direct ferries and sailing with Corsica Ferries. These are big ferries and very busy. The staff get you to your space on the ship very quickly and from there to your cabin. It helps if you are organised and at your car ready to go on the boat and park as instructed. The turn around is very quick even more so if there has been a delay due to the weather. If you have a dog friendly cabin you go with your dog straight up to the deck and are met at the deck by staff who then take you to your cabin. Be patient there are a lot of people on the boat and they can't get to everyone immediately. The cabins are clean and have a shower with lots of hot water. There is shower gel and soap but no drinking glasses and towels too. They do have a deck where you take your dog to the loo if necessary. On the way back the ferry port at Portes Torres is much smaller and so there is little waiting space. Once you have been checked onto the dock there are no toilets and you have to go back out with your ticket to small bar. There are not many restaurants but we did find a Pizza restaurant in a small courtyard that did takeaways. Again, be back at your car in good time. There were a few people were not back at their cars and so caused queues. A very efficient ferry but you have to do your bit too.

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  • "Ajaccio Toulon"

    By night

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  • "Corsica Ferries"

    Greet ship and services, nice stuff, very good accommodation, we will definitely return and cruise with Direct Ferries and Corsica Ferries

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Routes and Ports in Sardinia