Golfo Aranci Ferries
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Book a ferry to Golfo Aranci with AFerry. Ferries to Golfo Aranci, in Sardinia, are available from Corsica, France and Italy. You can take a ferry to Golfo Aranci from Livorno, Nice, Piombino and Porto Vecchio.
Golfo Aranci Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Golfo Aranci are operated by Corsica-Sardinia Ferries. When you search for a ferry to Golfo Aranci, 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.
Golfo Aranci ferries with Corsica-Sardinia Ferries 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 Golfo Aranci will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
About Golfo Aranci
Golfo Aranci is surrounded by nature and has many attractions. Golfo Aranci Ferry Port is located on the north east of the Sardinia's island in Italy and it is very close to Porto Rotondo and Porto Cervo, famous touristic locations in Sardinia.
Ferries to and from Golfo Aranci
Corsica Ferries offer excellent cabins, bars, self-service and a la carte restaurants, children's playrooms, swimming pools, solariums and shops. A wide choice of cabins helps you relax and feel at home whilst on board.
Booking your ferry is easy with AFerry and you are certain to have a pleasant and relaxing journey on Corsica ferry with Corsica Ferries.
Golfo Aranci Port
Golfo Aranci Ferry Port handles a million passengers every year and because of its efficiency also with large-tonnage ships, it received a national recognition. Golfo Aranci Ferry Port consists in a Commercial and Passenger Port and Fishing Port. Ferries from Golfo Aranci go to Corsica and can be booked through AFerry.
Golfo Aranci port facilities
Golfo Aranci Ferry Port seabeds' allow large-tonnage ships and it is an important connecting port for the State Railways. Golfo Aranci Ferry Port offers also recreational activities. In the Golfo Aranci Ferry Port you can also find offices and reception services.
Getting to Golfo Aranci
Golfo Aranci Ferry Port is very easy to reach by sea and by airplane.
From the South of Sardinia take the ss131 North-East to the city of Olbia. From Olbia take the SP82 straight to Golfo Aranci and in about 20km you will reach Golfo Aranci Ferry Port.
The Railway Station is close and there are bus services to Golfo Aranci Ferry Port.
Golfo Aranci Map
Nuova Stazione Marittima, 07020, Sardinia
28 Jun 2018Excellent especially for the cost!
Best overnight ferry we have had and lowest cost. Cabin was excellent, roomy and comfortable. Only had breakfast as a midnight ferry but it was good and good value. All in all would definitely use again.
Review by WILLIAM HURRELL
08 Jun 2017Nice ferry!
Chaotic boarding seemingly because the cars and bikes were mixed up, some going to Corsica, the rest of us going all the way to Sardinia. Once on, though, all very good, very nice restaurant and service. Good cabin, altogether absolutely fine!
Review by Sheila Manchester
07 Oct 2016Good but delayed start
Generally good although a 2 hour delay to the start and arriving 2 hours late caused problems with our accomodation plans which was not the best start to our holiday.
Review by Matt
20 Sep 2016Good service
Great trip. only minor grumble, on board food prices overly expensive for meals served.
Review by Anon
07 Sep 2016Pleasant trip
Long trip around Corsica, dropping off at Porto Vecchio. Noisy - lots of kids - but pleasant. Good cafe food, stunning views. Easy on and off despite recent troubles in Nice.
Review by Jon Horne