Ferries from Civitavecchia to Arbatax. Compare and book
Albatrax was originally a small village of fishermen. Its Red Rocks are one of the main attractions of this coastal town. The shoreline is made up of granite and red porphyry pebbles and then it is all cliffs. The Arabic name Arbatax means ‘fourteen’ and refers to the coastal lookout tower built in the Spanish era, which would be the fourteenth from the south. Evocative beaches, caves and a sea-like sky. Unspoiled nature for thousands of years, dominated by the colours and scents of the Mediterranean vegetation. Book your ferries from Civitavecchia to Arbatax (outward route and ruturn route) and set out to explore this fascinating destination.
How to book
To reach your destination by ferry, fill out the online booking form in all its parts and you will find the best travel solution.
Step 1 – Select the following details: outward journey, type of journey (one way or return), dates, and number of passengers. Our systems provides a drop-down menu where from you can select all the useful information concerning the type of vehicle you wish to take on the ferry:
- type and size of the vehicle (car, motorcycle, motor home);
- roof box, if any;
- type of trailer.
At this point you can start your search.
Step 2 – View the ferry times and crossings available at the most convenient price. To sort the ferry crossings by price, use the drop-down menu in the top right-hand corner. After selecting a connection option, click on ‘Continue/Next’.
Step 3 – You have finalized your booking. Enter all your personal details as well as those of any other passenger and select the payment method. Click on “Confirm and Pay” and you will have booked your ferry to and from Sardinia.
Ferry times and prices
Check the timetables and find the most competitive solution in one click. To display at the fares applicable for each route, tick ‘see all rates’ at the top right of the page.
Departure, arrival and duration
The Port of Civitavecchia has been known as the ‘Port of Rome’ since ancient times. For many centuries it has served as a centre for exchanges between the peoples of the Mediterranean. It is a multifunctional port, divided into two main areas according to market trends: a southern one dedicated to tourism and cruises; and a northern area for commercial traffic and fishing.
The sailing time for reaching the port of Arbatax is approximately 10 hrs.
Today, the Port of Arbatax has regained its importance, turning from a fishing village into an important connection between the centre of Sardinia and the ports of Genoa and Civitavecchia. The marina, located at the foot of the colourful seafaring village and the Bellavista hill, is embedded in the red porphyry cliffs rising from the sea, and offers a view of incomparable beauty.
Tirrenia is one of the companies sailing this route, from Civitavecchia to Arbatax.