Olbia Ferries

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Olbia Ferries - Prices from £288

Book a ferry to Olbia with AFerry. Ferries to Olbia, in Sardinia, are available from Italy. You can take a ferry to Olbia from Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno and Piombino.

Olbia Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Olbia are operated by Grimaldi Lines, Moby Lines and Tirrenia di Navigazione. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Olbia, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Olbia, 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, Cagliari and Golfo Aranci to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Olbia ferries with Grimaldi Lines, Moby Lines and 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 Olbia will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Olbia Routes

About Olbia

Olbia (locally called "Terranoa" in the Sardinian language or "Tarranoa" in Gallurese), is a town of approximately 40,000 inhabitants in the Gallura sub-region. It is the economic centre of this part of the island (commercial centres, food industries etc) and is very close to the famous Costa Smeralda tourist area. More than 3 million passengers and 5 million tons of freight cargo pass through Olbia Ferry Port every year. Olbia port is divided into three areas the Cocciani Port, the Internal Port used for small cruise ships, the Isola Bianca Port for Ro-Ro ships and the new area being built for the larger cruise ships.

Ferries to and from Olbia

All Moby Lines ferries have children's play areas, games rooms and restaurants serving a range of delicious regional and international cuisine.. An excellent range of cabins and seating options are also available for your comfort.

All Tirrenia Ferries provide 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.

With Grimaldi, 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.

Olbia Port

Olbia ferry port is situated on the North-East of Sardinia in Italy and it is one of the main connections between Sardinia and the Italian peninsula. You can book all cheap ferries from Olbia with AFerry.

Olbia port facilities

Olbia ferry port offers a full range of services and facilities for ferries, cruise ships and cargo ships.

Getting to Olbia

From the North of Sardinia, take the SS125, this provincial road will bring you straight to Olbia ferry port. If you are coming from the West of Sardinia, take the SS127. From the South take the SS131. You should first follow signs for Olbia, then for Porto di Olbia (Olbia Port).

The airport is only 5km far from Olbia ferry port and it offers train, bus, taxi and rent-a-car facilities.

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Reviews

  • 10 Jan 2019
    very polite personnel
    • surprised by the friendliness and competence of on board staff

      Review by GIANFRANCESCO BARONE

  • 08 Sep 2018
    Ok journey
    • Pleasant journey

      Review by Anon

  • 28 Jun 2018
    livorno to olbia
    • well organised

      Review by BRUCE FISHER

  • 28 Jun 2018
    Very enjoyable
    • Very enjoyable

      Review by CHRISTOPHER VAN HEERDEN

  • 09 May 2018
    grega
    • AC no working in the room and we must opening the door

      Review by GREGA BUKAVEC