Sardinia Ferries

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Sardinia ferries ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Sardinia Ferries sailing to and from the Sardinian Island ferry ports of Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palau, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Porto Torres, Arbatax and Cagliari.

If are travelling to the Sardinian Island ferry ports of Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palau, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Porto Torres, Arbatax and Cagliari then book a ferry crossing to Sardinia and arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and happy.

Sardinia ferries offer fantastic fares to and from the Sardinian Island ferry ports of Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palau, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Porto Torres, Arbatax and Cagliari ferry ports.

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More About Sardinia

Located closer to Africa than Italy, Sardinia is famous for it’s turquoise sea and white sandy beaches that rival the tropics.

Sant'Antioco and San Pietro, off the coast of Southwestern Sardinia, are charming islands as yet unspoiled by too much tourist development. The seaside resort of Santa Teresa di Gallura offers all the attractions of the coast without the sometimes-soulless glitz of the Costa Smeralda.

Further east, Palau & Arcipelago di la Maddalena are pretty laidback, too: the archipelago itself comprises a national park with loads of island-hopping opportunities.

Away from the coast, the scenery can be similarly stunning with a pastoral quilt of forested mountain peaks, valleys of citrus groves and pastures of happily grazing cattle and sheep.

In contrast, the urban scene can be disappointing. Some towns are, frankly, dull and depressing with breeze-block buildings and graffiti.

Fortfied bridge in Sardinia

Others, like medieval Bosa in the west, are impossibly picturesque with their pink-and-golden buildings flanking the river. Alghero, in Northern Sardinia, has a fascinating Catalan history (the language is still spoken here) and a delightful old centre; the lively town of Iglesias also retains an appealing Spanish legacy. Calgliari is historic and cosmopolitan at the same time, while the equally historic Oristano is quietly elegant. Traditional culture thrives most vigorously in the heartland where the elderly women are still draped in black; here tourists are rare – stared at – but ultimately welcomed.

Across the landscape are scattered 7000 nuraghi, strange conical stone fortresses seemingly built by a Sardinian Fred Flintstone. Curious temples, tombs, mysterious menhirs and remains of entire Bronze Age villages complete the prehistoric cartoon.

Sardinia distinguishes itself in the kitchen with hearty pastas and a love for pungent local cheeses, like pecorino and smoked ricotta. Sardinians also produce notable wines and a head-splitting firewater, filu e ferru.

Avoid visiting during broiling, crowded July and August, as well as in winter when the island goes into hibernation and many restaurants and hotels are closed. The best times of the year to visit are in the spring, when the wildflowers are in bloom, and during the early autumn when the temperatures are still pleasantly warm and most of the tourists have left.

Activities & Sites in Sardinia

Anfibia
The countryside around Bosa is a pretty crisscross of vineyards and rivers. To explore it, contact Marcello at Anfibia, who can arrange some wonderful ecotours including kayaking, cycling and visiting local vineyards. The organisation aims to put travellers in touch with local people in an effort to create a more happy and sustainable form of tourism. Tours require a group of six. Anfibia also hires out bikes and kayaks so you can do your own thing.

Argonauta
Outdoor pursuits are big here and there’s excellent diving, snorkelling, mountain biking and hiking. Argonauta offers a range of water-based activities, including snorkelling tours (€25), dives (from €35) and canyoning excursions (€40). For climbing information contact Prima Sardegna, which also rents out mountain bikes (per day €24), kayaks (per day €30), scooters (per day €48) and cars (from €75).

Consorzio delle Bocche
At the bottom of Via del Porto you'll find operators running excursions to the Maddalena archipelago. The biggest outfit is the Consorzio delle Bocche, which also has an office in town. It runs two excursions, one to the Maddalena islands and the other down the Costa Smeralda (summer only). Trips include lunch (served on board).

Traghetti Navisarda
A tour operator that specialises in excursions to the Grotta di Nettuno, an enormous sea cave at the foot of the Capo Caccia headland. It runs several boats a day from April to October that allow you a fish-eye view of the coast from Alghero to Capo Caccia before depositing you at the grotto.

Morgan Diving
Morgan Diving can arrange dives to most sites and is also authorised to conduct dives in the marine reserve of Villasimius. It's based at the tourist port in the Marina Capitana, 14km east of Cagliari, although you can make arrangements over the phone.

Centro Sportivo Farcana
About 4km up Monte Ortobene from Nuoro, this sports centre is signposted off to the left. Its main attraction is the outdoor Olympic pool, a treat in summer if you haven't the energy to go to the seaside.

Bosa Diving
At Bosa Marina, Bosa Diving runs dives (from €35) and snorkelling excursions (€35), as well as hiring out canoes (double canoe €10 per hour) and dinghies (from €25 per hour).

Diving Centre Capo Galera
Diving Centre Capo Galera offers superlative diving in the Nereo Cave, the biggest underwater grotto in the Mediterranean, and cheerful accommodation in a big white villa.

Centro Sun Marina di Longone
The diving around Santa Teresa and the islands in the Bocche di Bonifacio is very good. Centro Sun Marina di Longone can help you organise dive trips and PADI courses.

Bluefin Team
If you tire of navel gazing on the beach then head down to the tourist port, where you'll find the deep-sea fishing outlet Bluefin Team.

Cartur Dea
On the seafront, Cartur Dea is one of several outfits offering boat tours. Bank on about €25 per person.

Dolmen
Dolmen runs 4WD tours into the Supramonte, and has bikes, scooters and dinghies for hire.

Prima Sardegna
Outdoor pursuits are big here and there’s excellent diving, snorkelling, mountain biking and hiking.

Windsurfing Club Cagliari
The Windsurfing Club Cagliari offers a range of courses, starting from about €150.

Sardinia Ferries

Sardinia is accessible by ferry from Genoa, Savona, La Spezia, Livorno, Piombino, Civitavecchia, Fiumicino and Naples, and from Palermo and Trapani in Sicily.

Ferries also run from Bonifacio and Porto Vecchio in Corsica. French ferries running from Marseille and Toulon sometimes call in at Ajaccio and Propriano (in Corsica) en route to Sardinia.

The arrival points in Sardinia are Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palau, Santa Teresa di Gallura and Porto Torres in the north; Arbatax on the east coast; and Cagliari in the south.

Italy’s main ferry company Tirrenia runs ferries to Porto Torres, Golfo Aranci, Olbia, Arbatax and Cagliari from all the above Italian ports, except Savona, La Spezia, Livorno and Piombino.

Grandi Navi Veloci has year-round luxury ferry services from Genoa to Porto Torres and Olbia.

La Mèridionale has twice-weekly boats from Marseille to Porto Torres.

Moby Lines operates year-round between Genoa and Olbia, Porto Vecchio, Livorno and Piombino and Civitavecchia to Olbia. Also has ferries between Sardinia and Corsica.

Sardinia Ferries operates from Civitavecchia and Livorno to Golfo Aranci and Civitavecchia to Cagliari.

SNCM runs ferries from Marseille to Porto Torres (via Corsica). There are two to four sailings weekly, but in July and August some leave from Toulon instead.

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