Porto Torres Ferries
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Book a ferry to Porto Torres with AFerry. Ferries to Porto Torres, in Sardinia, are available from Corsica, France, Italy and Spain. You can take a ferry to Porto Torres from Ajaccio, Barcelona, Civitavecchia, Genoa, Marseille, Porto Vecchio, Propriano and Toulon.
Porto Torres Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Porto Torres are operated by Corsica Linea, Corsica-Sardinia Ferries, Grandi Navi Veloci, Grimaldi Lines, La Meridionale and Tirrenia di Navigazione. Because 6 ferry companies operate in and out of Porto Torres, 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 Porto Torres, 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.
Ferries with Corsica Linea and other companies operating to and from Porto Torres 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 Porto Torres will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
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About Porto Torres
Porto Torres in the North West of the popular and historic island of Sardinia, is situated off the west coast of Italy. The ideal destination for those who don't want to miss out on culture while enjoying a seaside holiday. This town has a glorious Roman and medieval past. The Basilica of San Gavino is well worth a visit, dating from the 11th Century, it is made up of precious hard stones such as marble. It is the only example of its type in Sardinia.
Ferries from Porto Torres
SNCM ferries are a major operator in the Mediterranean connecting Italy, Greece and Croatia. From Porto Torres you can take SNCM ferries to Ajaccio and Propriano in Corsica and Marseille in the South of France. All SNCM ferries provide a wide range of onboard facilities including restaurants and free shopping. Some ships also provide a games room, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi and a disco.
Moby Lines ferries provides ferries from Porto Torres to Genoa in the North of Italy. Moby Lines ferries come with a wide range of onboard facilities. On board you find all Moby Lines 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, a la carte restaurants and bars.
Grimaldi Lines ferries provides ferries from Porto Torres to Barcelona in Spain and Civitavecchia in Italy near Rome. Grimaldi Lines, founded in 1945, owns one of the largest fleets of multi-purpose roll and roll off car carrier vessels in the world. All Grimaldi Lines ferries are large and spacious and offer a wide range of facilities. For example, restaurants and bars and children's play areas along with comfortable seating and ensuite cabins if required.
La Méridionale (formerly CMN) Ferries provides ferries from Porto Torres to Marseille in the South of France and Propriano on the French island of Cosrsica. La Méridionale's fleet is made up of three ships the Girolata, the Kalliste and Scandola which all carry foot passengers, vehicles and freight. On board you will find restaurants, walking decks, a cinemas well as spacious cabins and lounges.
Grandi Navi Veloci ferries , founded in 1992, is an Italian ferry operator which connects Italy and Sicily with Sardinia, Spain, Tunisia, Malta and Morocco. They operate an impressive fleet of conventional and cruise ferries. They offer a wide selection of cabins, including disabled cabins, all with en suite facilities. On board you will typically find full and self-service restaurants, a snack bar and shops. On board some larger ships you might also find a cinema, swimming pool and even a gym. From Porto Torres, they go to historic Genoa in Italy.
So, book your ferry from this beautiful Sardinian town to Corsica and mainland Europe simply and securely with AFerry.
Ferries from Porto Torres on the northwest coast of Sardinia sail to Genoa in Italy, Marseille in France and Ajaccio and Propriano on the island of Corsica. All ferries from Porto Torres can be booked easily and securely online through AFerry.
Porto Torres port facilities
Porto Torres's port contains all of the basic amenities, such as toilets, check-in and car parking but very little else. Although the port is not located very far from the town so all other amenities are a short walk or drive away.
Getting to Porto Torres
Expressway SS131 connects the rest of Sardinia to Porto Torres. There are also train services around the island which allow you to get to Porto Torres.
Porto Torres Map
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 19, Porto Torres, Province of Sassari, Italy
Stazione marittima, Porto Torres, Italy
Grandi Navi Veloci
S. P 42 Due Mari, 134/D, 07100 Sassari, Province of Sassari, Italy
1 Imbarco Porto Torres, Porto Torres, Italy
07100 Sassari, Province of Sassari, Italy
Porto dei traghetti, 07046, Italy
Tirrenia di Navigazione
Stazione Marittima, Porto Torres 07046, Italy
25 Sep 2019Fast crossing and good meals.
We have travelled this route for 18 years and this was the most disorganised. Facilities late opening, queues everywhere, arrived early at Porto Torres and ordered out of cabins straight away, customers still queuing for breakfast when offloading commenced.
Review by DANIEL KEATING
08 Sep 2019Holiday
Review by OLEG GUTU
31 May 2019sardinia
a ferry- truly great website.. first choice everytime.. Corsica ferries from Toulon to Porto Torres- great boit, great trip
Review by PAUL EVANS
08 Sep 2018Good service
Best way to travel from France to Sardinia, comfortable and at a fair price.
Review by MAURO RASPA
30 Jul 2018Sardinia
Excellent.. best ferry company I have used from mainland Europe to Sardinia.. done the trip many times.. will always try to use Corsica ferries from now on.. easy to get to.. easy to access.. excellent
Review by PAUL EVANS