Information and reservations about ferries Palermo Cagliari
From the port of Palermo, one of the most beautiful and efficient in Europe, the ferry routes from Palermo to Cagliari depart.
How to book a ship for Palermo from Cagliari, information on cost tickets and offers
If you want to book a ferry from Palermo to Cagliari, you only need to consult the offers of the companies and the travel times in one screen. Thanks to our online booking system you will be able to see all the information you need in one screen.
Travel times, frequency and times routes for Cagliari
The Palermo – Cagliari route has a journey time of about 12 hours and usually the navigation takes place at night.
Car boarding Palermo, baggage and animals on board
Passengers with a car to be embarked must show up at the dock at least 2 hours before and follow the instructions of the crew.
On the other hand, for boarding luggage, each passenger has the right to carry a large suitcase, which can be placed in the reserved cabin or in the assigned place.
The animals on board must be equipped with a ticket, the vaccination document (if required) and a valid medical certificate.
Companies with routes from Palermo
The company that serves the route Palermo – Cagliari is Tirrenia.
Ship features for Cagliari
All Tirrenia ferries have a pleasant and relaxing environment, designed for both public areas and private spaces. Tirrenia has dedicated special attention to the restaurant, thinking of menus that reflect the regional Sicilian cuisine.
In Terms of comfort you will be spoilt for choice between armchairs, double or quadruple cabins and suites that are available for longer routes or for night navigation such as that of the Palermo Cagliari ship. Disabled passengers will find equipped cabins to best meet all their needs.
Holiday ideas: what to visit, see and do in Cagliari
The long history and the various dominations have contributed to make the city rich from the cultural and architectural point of view. Noteworthy are the necropolis of Tuvixeddu, Phoenician-Punic age, and the Roman amphitheatre, dating from the 2nd century. Known for the beach town of Poetto, a strip of sea eight kilometers long, the city of Cagliari is known, as well as by tourists, also by naturalists around the world because it hosts colonies of flamingos in the pond of Molentargius and in the lagoon of Santa Gilla.