Ferries for Olbia: information and connections with Sardinia
If you are looking for information on connections to the port of Olbia, you are in the right place. Here you will find all the information you need to book tickets for ferry to Sardinia.
The port of Olbia is in a central and well-connected position, easily reachable by car, train, plane or bus. There are many ferries that daily connect the mainland with Sardinia and the port of Olbia, specifically from the ports of Livorno, Genoa, Piombino and Civitavecchia.
The frequency of the races is guaranted by the shipping companies Moby, Tirrenia and Grimaldi Lines, which daily offer many trips to the Sardinian sea port, covering the whole day, both in high season and in low season.
Buy the ticket for the port of Olbia
To compare and buy ferry tickets for Sardinia, just use our online booking system. After filling in the required fields, you can view all the times and offers on one screen.
Once the procedure has been completed, you can choose to have your tickets delivered to your home by service mail, by paying a supplement, or by using the printable version of tickets sent by email. You can always refer to our call center, calling the number 0565 960130, active from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 to 20:00.
To embark or disembark cars and passengers at the port of Olbia
All passengers with or without vehicles are required to present themselves at the port of embarkation based on the information contained on the ticket. Usually, the passenger with the vehicle must arrive at the embarkation sea port about 2 hours before, while those without vehicles can arrive about 1 hour before.
Remember to keep always with you ticket and a valid ID, just to allow the on-board personnel to carry out checks at any time during the navigation.
If the ship is equipped with a side entrance for passengers on foot, access to the garage with the car is allowed only to the driver who must follow the instructions given by the staff.
If at the arrival in the port of destination the weather conditions or other causes beyond the control of the Company don’t allow landing, the landing will be done as soon as possible, at the nearest sea port at the port of origin.
Companies for the port of Olbia in Sardinia
The main shipping companies serving the port of Olbia are:
- Grimaldi Lines.
How to reach the port of Olbia
You can choose whether to reach the port of Olbia by car, plane, car or train.
How to reach the port of Olbia by car
The port of Olbia can be reached by following:
- Highway 125 Orientale Sarda;
- Highway 131 for Centrale Nuorese;
- Highway 729 Sassari-Olbia.
Once in the city, just follow the signs to the port.
How to reach the port of Olbia by train
You can also reach Olbia by train, arriving at the Olbia station. Outside the train station you can take a taxi to the Stazione Marittima or the city bus line 9, towards Isola Bianca dock. The ticket can be purchased in front of train station.
How to reach the port of Olbia by plane
You can reach the port of Olbia also landing at the Olbia-Costa Smeralda airport. The airport of Olbia is only 4 km from the city and from here you can reach the port by bus, which have a frequency of about 20 minutes.
How to reach the port of Olbia by train
From the train station, several buses leave for the Maritime Station, such as line 9. If you want to get to Olbia by bus, the ARST buses run dailyfrom Sassari, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Golfo Aranci and Orosei. A direct connection from Nuoro to the Isola Bianca port is also available.
The address of port of Olbia
The address of the port of Olbia is Stazione Marittima Isola Bianca – 07026 Olbia.
There is a waiting area close to the port of Olbia, instead for long stops you can take advantage of the many paid parking lots around the airport and easily accessible on foot.
The port of Olbia is equipped with several services, being the most important port of the Sardinian island. Bar, restaurant, luggage storage, toilets, health care (24h), information and customer service, special assistance services for disabled people as reserved parking areas.