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About Porto Torres

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.

About Marseille

Marseille itself is a major centre of art and history, with many museums and galleries to visit. Most of the cities attractions can be found in the 1st, 2nd, 6th and 7th arrondissements. These include the Old Port, the lighthouse of Sainte Marie, the history museum and much more. Transport in and around the city is simple, with an extensive network of motorways connecting Marseille to the North, West and East, a railway station with direct services to Nice, Toulouse and Barcelona, and an extensive bus network that serves the city and the suburbs of Marseille.

Reviews

  • 07 Sep 2016
    Classy trip
    • Sleek boat, pleasant staff, comfortable cabin with aircon, and good standard cafe food. Check-in is at Porto Torres railway station.

      Review by Jon Horne

  • 13 Nov 2014
    A Ferry Line That Needs to Pull Its Socks Up
    • This was the second time we had travelled between these two ports (the first time was from Marseille to Porto Torres the previous year). It was definitely not one of our best ferry trips, for the following reasons: 1. Departing from Porto Torres is somewhat better than it used to be now that there is a proper 'Stazione Marettimo' in the town. However, the signage in the town itself is still woefully inadequate. Foot passengers like us, arriving by bus, are given no indication of where to go. Fortunately I speak Italian and was able to ask directions to the new Stazione. The ferry companies could surely erect more signs (or ask the town to do so). Once we found the new Stazione, the person in the Tourist Info office was very helpful and explained the new, streamlined setup. However, although we were glad to hear that the bus to the ferry would stop there, the ticket office clerk (who was very, very slow doing the tickets) only told us 'outside' so we still didn't know exactly where to wait. 2. Embarking. Once at the ferry, we had to wait outside for at least ten minutes while semi-trailers were being loaded. Why not a separate ramp for foot passengers like other ferries (e.g. Tirrenia, GNV and Anek) have? No escalator (though at least the stairs on this vessel were wider than on the last Meridionale ferry we boarded) and no signage to tell us which way to go or which level to go to for Reception. The reception staff were snooty. We spoke to them in Italian and were told 'This is a French ship so you should speak to us in French.' 3. On board. The ship was a poorly-maintained rust bucket, far inferior to other ferries we have been on. The cabin was OK. Food selection was woefully limited. 4. Disembarking. Even after we arrived in Marseille (very late due to bad weather) we were forced to wait ages before being allowed to disembark. (Why is it that Anek Lines, for example, can allow foot passengers ashore as soon as the ramp comes down yet other companies keep them waiting up to half an hour? This has always puzzled us.) The ship berthed miles out of town, yet there was no bus to take us anywhere. We had to take a taxi. Overall, not a very joyful experience. This ferry company needs to pull its socks up.

      Review by Ms Marian McCain

  • 29 Jun 2014
    Good Experience
    • Check in easy to do at Stazione Maritima, than go back to port. Ferries leave on time. There was a problem with satellite paying dinner solve next morning approaching land. Expensive dinner at restaurant.

      Review by Joao Pereira

  • 27 Jun 2014
    Foot Passengers Beware!
    • The check in process at Porto Torres for foot passengers is completely chaotic. If you don't speak Italian, it is very tricky to get tickets, figure out the shuttle bus etc. Our cabin was semi-clean. The blankets need washing! I would stick to the day crossing if I did this again.

      Review by Anon

  • 13 Jan 2014
    Don't do it in winter!
    • Our ferry was cancelled and we had to use another route. The have also cancelled on a lot of our friends. They seem to cancel when they don't have enough bookings and even told one friend that this is the case. They are not reliable and you will spend more money and time if you have a cancelled trip.

      Review by Anon

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