Ferry to Cagliari

Bastione Saint Remy in Cagliari, The Capital Of Sardinia

A practical guide on how to get to Cagliari ferry port, schedules and prices for the Ferry to Cagliari, and recommendations for public transportation and services in the city. Search our website and find all the necessary details, connected routes to Cagliari, frequency, and accommodation options on board with real-time availability.

In the paragraphs below, we have prepared a small guide that will help passengers get information on how to get to Cagliari by ferry effortlessly and pleasantly but also to know in advance the available public transportation services offered in the town. 

There is a choice of regular (conventional) ferries running frequently to/from Cagliari without stops along the way. 

  • Civitavecchia to Cagliari, duration 15 hours. Occurs 3 times per week with night departures. The port of Civitavecchia is suitable for those who want to go from Rome to Cagliari by ferry. The distance between Rome and Civitavecchia is around 80 km
  • Naples to Cagliari, duration 15 hours, 3 times per week with night departures 
  • Palermo to Cagliari, duration 12 hours, once per week. Morning departure

Complete the fields to see all the available routes to Cagliari as well as their timetables.

Timetables were accurate when they were published, but can change without notice.

Notice: Each year and depending on the period, there may be more or fewer connections to and from Cagliari. The biggest shipping companies (carriers) announce the new ferry schedules by the end of December and the rest of them by January-March each year!

Cagliari ferry tickets

Book your ticket with any carrier that suits you best and enjoy your onboard journey! The “Easy-Way” booking engine of go-ferry.com, allows the most reliable online ferry reservations and offers flexibility and faster services for your Cagliari ferry tickets.

With go-ferry.com you are able to connect online with the reservation systems of most shipping companies, compare prices, find information about routes and vessels, look for alternative routes and print your ferry ticket right away.

Ferry timetables and prices may change by each season, so take an optical canvassing via our search engine to get the latest results with real-time availability.

Complete the fields and view the actual prices for the ferry ticket to/from Cagliari!

Transportation services in Cagliari

Despite the city's small size, Cagliari owns one of the biggest ports in Italy and one of the busiest ones, in terms of passengers but also for cargo shipments. The port is easily accessible by public transportation means. The International Airport of Cagliari is relatively close to the port and offers frequent and affordable transportation to the town.

How to get to the port of Cagliari from the town's center

  • Take the bus from Piazza Matteotti (main bus terminal) and head to the port. For details about timetables click here
  • Book a taxi ride here or call +39 0391 483 4580
  • The town center and the main bus station are very close to the port, only 10-15 minutes of walking, so you can easily cover the distance on foot

International Airport of Cagliari to the port

  • The distance between the airport and the town center is less than 10 kilometers
  • You have 3 alternatives to reach Cagliari town: train, bus and taxi
  • The main train and bus station in Cagliari is situated just a few kilometers away from the port
  • Details for trains here
  • Details on buses here
  • For a taxi transfer, just grab one from the arrivals terminals or call +39 350 035 0515

Book early

Book in advance your ferry to Cagliari

If your final destination is Cagliari, do not hesitate to book your ferry tickets early enough to avoid last-minute surprises! We are sure that you do not want to ruin your vacation or change your route because you will not find an itinerary available. 

You do not want to pay for your hotel in Cagliari without using it!

During the high season and especially in June, July, August, and September, it is difficult to find available accommodation for popular routes to Cagliari. Do not make the mistake of paying for your hotel accommodation without having booked your ferry tickets at the same time.

Save time on your vacation!

Take some time and book your ferry tickets from home. Think about arriving in Italy and start looking for available tickets! Although we charge a commission for acquiring ferry tickets, this allows you to spend more time on your vacation.

Accommodation availability is big!

Buying ferry tickets in advance gives you more convenience of accommodation options. There is usually an option for very economical deck tickets, for reclining, or for business seats. Regular ferries offer extra accommodation in cabins with or without windows.

More available itineraries to Cagliari!

Find in advance all possible routes and itineraries to make the right connections between flights and ferries.

Take advantage of the offers!

As the ferry tickets for your route can become expensive, it is natural to wish for the cheapest offer. Like all modes of transport, ferry companies usually offer special prices and discounts for those who buy their ferry tickets up to 3 to 6 months in advance.

About Cagliari

Cagliari is Sardinia's capital which is located on its south coast, as opposed to Tunis in Africa. Cagliari owns one of the busiest ports in Italy which gets buzzing in summer from tourists but also by the cargo shipments that come and go all year long. The port is very close to the city center and in the general area, people will find many hotels, restaurants, and shops. The town itself has a great history which dates back to the Neolithic years. 

When in Cagliari, there are plenty of landmarks to admire and learn more about its past and many beaches to swim and sunbathe. The main square Il Castello in the old town, is where the heart of Cagliari is. There, except for the shops and bars, you will see the ancient walls and towers, so do not forget to take your camera with you. Some highlights you should not miss are San Pancrazio and Elephant Towers along with Saint Remy Staircase which leads you to Terrazza Umberto I. Next, go to the Cathedrals of Santa Maria and Cagliari, Palazzo Regio and Palazzo Archivescovile as well as to the Roman Amphitheater. Summer vacation cannot go without swimming and enjoying refreshing drinks under the sun on sandy or pebbly beaches. Cagliari offers a variety of them with the most popular being Poetto and Calamosca.

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