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Book a ferry to Piombino with AFerry. Ferries to Piombino, in Italy, are available from Corsica, Elba and Sardinia. You can take a ferry to Piombino from Bastia, Cavo, Golfo Aranci, Olbia, Porto Vecchio, Portoferraio and Rio Marina.
Piombino Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Piombino are operated by Corsica-Sardinia Ferries, Moby Lines and Toremar. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Piombino, 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 Piombino, 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 Genoa, Livorno and Savona to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Piombino ferries with Corsica-Sardinia Ferries, Moby Lines and Toremar 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 Piombino will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Historical, majestic Piombino lies in the heart of ancient Etruria and has been the site of three harbours since antiquity and is now the most important passenger ferry port in Italy. The town has many historical buildings and wonderful views from Piazza Bovio. The original site of Piombino was originally a small village off a larger city. When the larger city was attacked by Greek pirates, local residents took residence in the village of Piombino which gradually grew to become the city it is today. So, book your ferry from this majestic and historical port town simply and securely with AFerry.
Ferries to and from Piombino
Moby Lines ferries has ferry services to Olbia in Sardinia and Portoferraio on the historic island of Elba. On board, you will find Moby Lines ferries come with a wide range of facilities. All their ferries have children's play areas, games rooms and restaurant facilities as well as a range of cabins and seating options. Some Moby Lines ferries also have swimming pools, full service restaurants and bars.
Toremar Ferries, formed in 1976, provide ferries from Piombino to Portoferraio on Elba and to Rio Marina on the Italian mainland. Today, it is a very busy operator. In 2009, it carried nearly 2 million passengers onboard its fleet of eight modern air-conditioned ships. On board, you will find escalators and most ferries also provide bars and a shopping arcade. For parents travelling with young children playgrounds are a useful addition to the onboard facilities.
Corsica Sardinia Ferries are one of the main ferry companies serving the islands of Corsica and Sardinia. From Piombino they go to Bastia in the North East of Corsica. On board a Corsica Sardinia ferry, you will find a range of services and facilities including spacious lounges, bars, restaurants, and shops.
Piombino port facilities
Restaurants and shops are available in the port, giving you more facilities than you can shake a stick at.
Getting to Piombino
Piombino is clearly sign-posted off the SS1 Autostrada.
Piazzale Premuda Stazione Marittima, 57025 Piombino, Italy
Piazzale Premuda, I - 57025, Italy
Nuova Stazione Marittima, 57025 Piombino, Italy
01 Jul 2014Holiday
Olbia harbour was very easily to find and check in was also good. I have very surprised the massive security check into port area, if you wanna get some coffee from bar you must show your ferry ticket to the security personal and when you go out the bar you must go in diffirent way... But anyway the Moby Wonder was very good ship and the sea journey to Piombino was excellent.
Review by Harri Takala
06 Oct 2012Good other than boarding!
The crossing itself was fine, the only problem with our experience was the disorganisation of boarding the ferry. The car passenger had to leave the car for boarding and board as a foot passenger, not sure why - and the system for boarding the vehicles was insane - was simply a free for all instead of a sensible queueing system.
Review by Lyn Ritchie