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An easy guide for the Ferries in Italy and their destinations to the Italian islands, to Greece and as well as to all routes in the Mediterranean Sea. Explore the website and find all necessary details for the Ferry Italy; Connected Routes with departures and frequency, Accommodation options with real-time Availability and helpful tips for transfer opportunities in each Italian port!


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There are many services connecting Italy with its islands as well as Italy with most of the Mediterranean countries; the main links are with ferry boats.

Regular services connect the mainland with Italy's many islands, and conventional and high-speed ferries also operate between the mainland and the islands.

The most important ferry routes within Italy, include:

Connections between the Italian islands:

  • Ferry Palermo to Porto Torres (Sardinia) or vice versa

The most popular International ferry routes departing from Italy:


Grandi Navi Veloci "La Suprema"

Find all the necessary information you need for easy boarding in Italy's ports!

Main Italy's embarkation ports for the major destinations:

The most popular embarkation ports on Italy's islands:


Grimaldi Lines-Reception desk

Ferry ticket prices are usually reasonable, but vary depending on the time of year and are more expensive in July and August. Some routes are operated only during the summer and are restricted during the winter or maybe completely suspended.

Depending on the route the type of ship varies; shorter routes are served by simpler and smaller vessels or fast ones, longer routes by modern boats that can carry up to 1,800 passengers and 500 vehicles, with restaurants, bars, shops, discos and cinemas on board. Long-haul ferries also provide bedroom facilities in the form of reclining seats (Airtype) and luxury cabins with showers and toilets.

Duration and ferry ticket prices in Italy

Demand for most routes is high most of the time, so early booking is essential. You also need to book in advance when traveling during the rush period, especially if you are driving a vehicle. Keep in mind when planning a trip that departures are few on the longest routes, some of which only have one departure every three or four days a week.

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