Livorno – Olbia: compare the options and book the ferries
Olbia is in Gallura, a suberegion of Sardinia. The numerous archaeological sites in the area are the living proof of the historical and cultural richness that this resort boasts. The main attraction in Sardinia is undoubtedly its turquoise sea, the protagonist of your dream holiday in this place. The beautiful coastal beaches, such as Porto Istana, or Rena Bianca with its shells, shallow and clear water, are of fine sand. If you want to relax then your favorite beach is Lido del Sole. And now, all you have to do is set on a quest to discover this beautiful resort by booking your ferries from Livorno to Olbia, round trip.
How to book
To book a ferry to reach your destination, fill out the online booking form in all its parts and you will find the best travel solution.
Step 1 – Select the following details: route, type of journey (one way or return), date(s), 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 – This is your last step! 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
The TraghettiPer online system also allows you to check two important things for your booking:
- 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.
Departure, arrival and duration
The port of Livorno is the main port of Tuscany, but also one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean, for both passenger and freight traffic. It is easy to reach by car: taking motorway A1 (Genoa-Livorno-Rosignano), you will get to the exit for Livorno; the same applies if you are coming from motorway A11-A12 (Florence-Pisa-Livorno). Then continue on state road S1, and follow the signs for ‘Porto di Livorno’ (Port of Livorno) or ‘Autorità Portuale’ (Port Authority). If you arrive by train, get off at the ‘Livorno Centrale’ station, where you can take the bus to the port. If you travel by plane, please note that, although Livorno does not have its own airport, it is well connected with Galileo Galilei airport in Pisa and Amerigo Vespucci airport in Florence. If you are travelling by car, it is advisable to get to the boarding areas at least two hours before departure; individual passengers, on the other hand, only need to allow an extra half an hour.
Sailing time to your destination ranges between 6 and 8 hrs.
The port of Olbia is considered the main gateway to the Costa Smeralda and is one of the most important passenger ports in the Mediterranean. It is divided into three main areas: Cocciani, Porto Interno and Isola Bianca.
Moby and Grimaldi Lines are the companies sailing the route Livorno – Olbia and that will take care of your return trip to Sardinia.