Nice to Sardinia Ferry
Nice is connected to Sardinia via the port of Golfo Aranci. On average, there are 2 crossings per week between Nice and Sardinia, which are operated by Corsica-Sardinia Ferries. Crossings from Nice to Golfo Aranci usually take around 12 hours 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Nice and Sardinia. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Nice is the 5th largest city in France and one of the most visited cities after Paris, mainly by English, American, Scandinavian and Italian tourists. Nice boasts stretches of white sandy beaches and is close to the famous town of Cannes.
2000 years ago, inhabitants from Marseille won Nice from Italy and called it Nikaïa after Nike, the Greek Goddess of Victory. Nice has always been a contested territory; for a long period, it was part of Italy and eventually in 1861; it was annexed to the French Empire.
Nice offers a variety of activities and amenities from lodging and dining, to shopping, sunbathing and swimming. Cinemas, theaters, opera and museums are all on your door step. Alternatively you can simply stroll along the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the amazing views.
Nice has many beautiful squares to visit, including the Place Massena, which is one of the most representative of Nice, or the spectacular Tete au carré, the building of the Louis Nucera's library. There are many important museums in Nice, such as the Marc Chagall, the Matisse, the Museum of Modern Arts and the Massena. While in the region, you can also visit the Pablo Picasso and the Antibes Museum.
Sardinia is the second-largest Mediterranean island (after Sicily), and is a constitutional part of Italy.
Sardinia has a long and rich history; human remains dating to around 250,000 B.C. have been found on the island.
Sardinia is a mountainous and fertile island that enjoys a warm, Mediterranean climate and attracts many visitors with its beautiful scenery, historic sites and pleasant coastal resorts.
The island will definitely appeal to all lovers of nature, whether you prefer sea, raging rivers, mountains, hills or forests.
Getting your hiking boots on and wandering around the scenery is strongly recommended for any visit to Sardinia.
If you're in Sardinia to relax then do not fear, as local restaurants provide a great range of food. It is unlikely however that you will be served before 7pm, so don't have an early lunch!