Ferries from Civitavecchia to Cagliari: compare and book
Cagliari is a dynamic city, with a wealth of attractions for tourists, and always crowded with visitors from around the world who are attracted by the popularity of Sardinia and its beautiful sea. This city is rich in history and located in a strategic position from the geographical point of view. It offers fine-sand beaches and an enchanting sea, art and culture, events and a rather lively nightlife. In Cagliari you can spend you holioday in different ways: you can let yourself be captivated by its spirit or, if you wish, you can just relax. To reach your destination, then book ferries from Civitavecchia to Cagliari (ruturn journey).
How to book
Our online booking system TraghettiPer allows you to choose the outbound and return tickets from two different companies in the same booking. This means that you can always choose the most convenient option.
All you have to do is fill out the online booking form, filling in all the required fields: date(s), number and age of passengers.
If you are going to travel with a vehicle, tick ‘I am travelling with a vehicle’ and specify:
- type and size of the vehicle (car, motorcycle, motor home);
- if your vehicle has a roof box;
- if your vehicle has a trailer.
Once you have entered all the required information in all the fields, click on ‘Search’.
Ferry times and prices
Once the processing has started, the online booking system will redirect you to a page providing the following information:
- the ferry timetables, for both the outward and return route, on the selected dates;
- all the prices arranged by company, so that it is easier and quicker to make the most cost-effective choice.
Ferry crossings are more frequent in spring and especially in summer, nonetheless, several good connection options are always guaranteed throughout the year.
Departure, arrival and duration
The Port of Civitavecchia is also known as the ‘Port of Rome’. Since ancient times, it has been a central point for exchanges among the Mediterranean populations. It can be defined as a multifunctional port. It is divided into two main areas: a southern one dedicated to tourism and cruises; and a northern area for commercial traffic and fishing.
Sailing time for reaching Cagliari ranges between 12 and 14 hrs.
The port of Cagliari is strategically located: it is close to goods traffic in the southern Mediterranean, a position which also benefits from the large flow of passengers, because of the intense activities related to tourism. Today, the port of Cagliari is basically divided into three sectors: the oil terminal, the canal port, and the historic port. The historic port is used for commercial traffic, fishing, and cruise ships, as well as for passenger ships; in fact, it is here that the Tirrenia ferries to and from Civitavecchia arrive and depart from.
Tirrenia is the company sailing the route Civitavecchia – Cagliari, and it will take care of you trip to this beautiful Sardinian city.