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Book a ferry to Cagliari with AFerry. You can use Cagliari to take ferries around Sardinia and also to Italy and Sicily. Domestic services in Sardinia are available from Cagliari to Arbatax while ferries away from Sardinia sail to Civitavecchia, Napoli and Palermo.
Cagliari Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Cagliari are operated by Tirrenia di Navigazione. When you search for a ferry to Cagliari, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Arbatax, Olbia and Porto Torres to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Cagliari ferries with Tirrenia di Navigazione are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Cagliari will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Casteddu is the Sardinian name for Cagliari which means Castle. The old part of the city is curiously called Castello (Castle - although no castle was ever built there) lies on top of a hill overlooking the Gulf of Cagliari.
From here you can see the entire city guarded by the still intact city walls and the white lime stone towers- the Pancras Tower and the Elephant tower built by the Pisans in the 11th century. You can explore the picturesque old part of the city dominated by the beautiful medieval architecture.
If you are travelling from Cagliari, visit the largest fish market in Italy famous for the vast variety of fish available for sale to both public and trade.
The Gulf of Cagliari also known as the Angels Gulf is aptly called because of the fabulous panoramic views it offers and as an icing on the cake Cagliari has one of the longest beaches in Italy called the Poetto beach which is 13 kms of fine white grained sand.
Ferries to and from Cagliari
All Tirrenia Ferries provides a fantastic range of on board facilities. Some of which are luxurious lounges, a central area with panoramic views, bar hall, self service and a la carte restaurants, shopping and entertainment areas. There are also spacious cabins furnished to the highest standards.
Cagliari is the capital city of the island of Sardinia. With AFerry, you can book a crossing from Cagliari ferry port to Spain, Sicily, Sardinia and mainland Italy with Tirrenia and Grimaldi Lines.
Cagliari port facilities
The port of Cagliari is one of the more modern ferry terminals in Italy, and also one of the largest. Therefore Cagliari's port has many facilities to ensure satisfaction, to passengers that have come over from the Mediterranean.
Getting to Cagliari
Cagliari ferry port is less than a mile from the main city and is well signposted. The Tirrenia ferry terminal is at Molo Sabaudo.
With Grimaldi Lines you will also find numerous lounges with comfortable seating, restaurants and bars and children's play areas. Many of the ferries also operate swimming pools in the summer months and on some you can even treat yourself to a luxury spa treatment.
Whichever company you choose you will find booking your Cagliari ferry with AFerry simple and straightforward.
Loc. Porto Canale, Viale Pula, 09100 Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
Tirrenia di Navigazione
Molo Sanità Stazione Marittima, Porto di Cagliari, 09125 Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
05 Sep 2019So much better than flying
Taking the ferry was a wonderful way to visit Sardegna. As a family of four with a car, the ferry crossing was a fun and easy way to travel. We booked a cabin so were super comfortable and were able to get a good night's rest before arriving. Amenities on the boat were excellent and the staff knowledgeable and professional. Would definitely do this again.
Review by VINCENZO BOLLETTINO
30 Jun 2019First Time on a European Ferry
Zero help from staff to help us with heavy bags. Shocking that life-jackets were not in our room. If there were instructions on where to find them, or where to assemble in case of emergency, they were not readily apparent (almost all instruction placards were in Italian as were almost all announcements). The cabin attendant spoke zero English (quite surprising as this is a service industry seving international customers). Staff we asked about lifejackets looked at us like we were crazy, laughed and said not to worry, which I found to be an appalling lack of concern for safety when going to sea overnight. We finally found them in lockers on deck. The ship was lavishly equipped for dining, drinking, shopping and entertainment, but passenger safety seemed to be last on their list of concerns.
Review by Anon
02 Jun 2019Holiday
Very good cabin accommodation, comfortable and good shower. Perhaps on board notices could be made more easier to understand.
Review by Anon
14 Nov 2017Nice ferry but check in info a bit confusing
Review by ROS BECK
23 Oct 2017Easy and comfortable
A comfortable canin on a ship with excellent facilites and very hslpful staff.
Review by Anon