Civitavecchia – Porto Torres: compare the options and book the ferries
Porto Torres is in the northwestern part of the Sardinian coast, in the Gulf of Asinara. It offers the right mix of natural beauties and cultural and artistic attractions: from the protected area of the National Park to the spa of Porto Torres, which includes the thermal baths Maetzke Terme and Terme Pallottine. And let us not forget its clear sea and beautiful white beaches, such as those of Scogliolungo, Acque Dolci and Balai. So what are you waiting for? Book your ferries – ruturn journey – from Civitavecchia to Porto Torres.
How to book
Three simple steps will allow you to book your ferry to Sardinia, easily comparing the best prices. Step 1: Enter the trip details; Step 2: check the results. Step 3: finalize the booking procedure.
Ferry times and prices
Once the processing of your request has started, our online booking form allows you to view the ferry times of your trip, for both the outward and the return route, on the dates you have selected. Prices vary according to ferry times and sailing company. However, you can compare rates and choose the most convenient for you. To make your booking easier and quicker, prices are arranged by company. Ferry crossings are more frequent in summer and spring, nonetheless, a wealth of good connection options are always guaranteed throughout the year.
Departure, arrival and duration
Prato del Turco is the address of the Port of Civitavecchia, one of the busiest ports in Italy in terms of number of visitors. It is well connected: you can reach it by train, by car or on foot, as the seaport has three pedestrian entrances. If you have time, before departing you could see the interesting historic port (Porto Storico).
The journey time will depend on the date, time, and sailing company you have chosen, however, normaly the crossing takes about 7 hrs.
If you walk along the promenade for about 800 meters, you will get to the Port of Porto Torres. It is the second busiest seaport in Sardinia in terms of number of passengers. The marina has berths for 150 ships and a sailing club with all the main services at quays.
The route Civitavecchia – Porto Torres is sailed by several companies with many years of experience in sailing. Of course one them is Grimaldi Lines.