Reserve a ferry from the port of Livorno: information and connections with Sardinia
If you are looking for a ferry for your next vacation, the port of Livorno has always been one of the main ports where ferries leave for Sardinia.
There are several ferries that leave every day from Livorno to Olbia and Golfo Aranci. The frequency of the races for Sardinia is guaranteed every day by shipping companies such as Moby, Tirrenia, Sardinia Ferries and Grandi Navi Veloci. During low season, such as autumn and winter, at least one route per day is guaranteed, while in the summer months there are more routes: the first ferry departing at 8.00 am and the last one around 10.30 pm.
Buy the ticket for Sardinia from the port of Livorno
Sardinia is a popular destination. We advise you to buy the ferry ticket online for Sardinia through our booking online system, which will allow you to compare the prices of the different companies and reserve your tickets, always booking at the cheapest price.
Would you like information on how to get ferry tickets for Sardinia? You can choose between receiving the ticket by email, no surcharge needed, or receive the ticket by mail service, paying a fee. For more information, please call our call center, 0565 960130, Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.
To embark or disembark cars and passengers at the port of Genoa
Generally, who must embark a vehicle, it’s necessary to arrive about 2 hours before departure- Instead, who don’t have vehicles can comfortably arrive about 1 hour before. Please note that the Company’s personnel can check your ticket at any time during the navigation, so keep it and a valid ID always with you.
Park the vehicle inside the ship according to the instructions of the on-board staff, with the first gear engaged and the parking brake applied. Usually, access to the garage is allowed only to the driver: the passengers have to use the side ladder.
If on arrival at the port of destination the conditions of the sea or other causes don’t allow the disembarkation of the vehicles, we will proceed to disembark as soon as possible, at a landing point or in the port of origin.
Companies from the port of Livorno to Sardinia
These are some of the main shipping companies that guarantee ferries from the port of Livorno to Sardinia:
- Sardinia Ferries;
How to reach the port of Livorno
The port of Livorno is well connected and easily reachable from all over Italy, by car, train or plane.
How to reach the port of Livorno by car
The port of Livorno is easily reachable by car from the A1 motorway (Genoa-Livorno-Rosignano) and the A11-A12 motorway (Florence-Pisa-Livorno). Take the exit for Livorno and go on S1 following the direction for “Port of Livorno”.
How to reach the port of Livorno by train
If you come by train you have to get off at Livorno train station and from there continue by bus thanks to the local public service.
How to reach the port of Livorno plane
Livorno doesn’t have an airport. The nearest airport is Pisa which is about 18 kilometres, or Florence, about 80 kilometres away. In both cases you will come to of Livorno by train.
The address of the port of Livorno
The address of the port of Livorno is Piazzale dei Marmi, 57123 Livorno (LI).
The port of Livorno has parking areas available for customers: the seating capacity is over 220 seats including cars, campers, motorcycles and buses.
The port of Livorno offers various services such as ticket offices on the first floor, large parking lots near the boarding areas, reception services for disabled, a security service, a shuttle service that connects the city centre to the port of Livorno.
The history of the port
Fu costruito nel XVI secolo per volere dei Medici, Granduchi di Toscana. La Fortezza Vecchia, attorno alla quale nasce la città, è una delle più rilevanti del Mediterraneo ed è ancora oggi l’emblema sia del porto sia del centro abitato. Grazie alla sua posizione, ben presto divenne uno dei porti più importanti, fino a raggiungere, nel Seicento e nel Settecento, la massima espansione (grazie anche al crearsi di un regime di liberalizzazione che permetteva ad armeni, greci, ebrei e turchi di professare il proprio credo).
The port was built in the sixteenth century by the Medici, Grand Dukes of Tuscany. The Old Fortress, around which the city was born, is one of the most important around Mediterranean area and it’s still today the emblem of the port. Thanks to its position, it soon became one of the most important ports.