Toulon to Sardinia Ferry

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Toulon is connected to Sardinia via the port of Porto Torres. On average, there are 3 crossings per week between Toulon and Sardinia, which are operated by Corsica-Sardinia Ferries. Crossings from Toulon to Porto Torres usually take around 7 hours.

The above information is a basic summary on the services between Toulon and Sardinia. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.

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About Toulon

Toulon is a fascinating town with a beautiful harbour and the Mont Faron in the background. Cable cars are available to the Mont Faron, for fantastic panoramic views, and to the zoo. The old town is a pedestrian area with ancient fountains, squares, daily market, terrace cafes and a strong Proven├žal feel. Toulon boasts atmospheric medieval streets, a lively food culture influenced by a large North African community and beautiful sandy beaches.

Toulon offers a wide variety of historic sites, activities and excursions such as Music Festivals, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Naval Museum and the Cathedral. Ste. Sanary sur Mer, Le Pradet and la Valette du Var are three pretty villages around Toulon worth visiting.

Furthermore in Toulon there are many excellent shops, shopping centres, antiques shops and markets as well as restaurants and night clubs. Beautiful sandy beaches are only 20 min from the city centre and are equipped for all sports and also boat trips are available. The large port of Toulon is a military port and the Mediterranean base of the French navy but it is also a marina for private boats and ferries to Corsica and Sardinia.

About Sardinia

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!

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