Ferries from Civitavecchia to Olbia: compare and book

Port of Golfo Aranci

Olbia stands on the north-western part of Sardinia, the rich history and culture of which is testified by the many archaeological sites you can see. Its port has contributed to the economic growth of the city, and it is only 16 km from Golfo Aranci.

Olbia is surrounded by unspoiled and impressive nature. It is a wonderful holiday resort, where tourism and culture are mixed together. Dream beaches and crystal-clear sea, hospitable and welcoming, Golfo Aranci offers a wide range of holiday solutions, for both young people and families. To get to Olbia, book your ferries from Civitavecchia to Olbia, round trip.

How to book

You can book your ferry conveniently online because the booking system on TraghettiPer website displays on a single screen all the ferry crossings available at the lowest fare. If you want to take your pet(s), do not forget to forward your request to the Call Center. The system will not book a pet cabin but simply a ticket without accommodation for the pet.

Ferry times and prices

Check the timetables and find the most cost-effective solution in one click. To display at the fares applicable for each route, tick ‘see all rates’ at the top right of the page that has processed your request.

Departure, arrival and duration

The exact address of the Port of Civitavecchia is the town of Prato del Turco. It is one of the busiest ports in Italy in terms of number of visitors. It can be reached by train, by car or on foot, because the seaport has three pedestrian entraces. If you have time, before departing you could see the historic port. Along your path you will find: Fort Michelangelo, an awesome sixteenth-century building; and the Massive Walls of Urban VIII (Muraglione di Urbano VIII), a majestic work which is home to the enchanting Fountain of Vanvitelli. And then the monumental Porta Livorno, near which are the ruins of the ancient fortress Antica Rossa, up to the oldest part of the Port of Civitavecchia, the Darsena Romana. Then the last stop of your tour: the fort Fortino di San Pietro, better known as ‘Molo del Lazzaretto’ (dock).

The journey time to reach your destination ranges between 5 and 8 hrs.

The Port of Olbia is considered the main gateway to the Costa Smeralda and is one of the largest passenger ports in the Mediterranean. It is divided into three areas: Cocciani, Porto Interno and Isola Bianca.

North of Olbia is Port of Golfo Aranci, slightly closer to the continent in terms of sailing time. Every year this seaport is hit by a passenger traffic of around one million passengers. The location is ideal, and arrival and departure operations are performed smoothly and quickly. Golfo Aranci is well known throughout the Mediterranean thanks to its port and the ferry connections it offers.

Ferry Companies

Tirrenia and Grimaldi Lines are the companies that normally sail the route Civitavecchia – Olbia  and that will take care of your journey up to Golfo Aranci.