Known at the 'Port of Rome', Civitavecchia is situated around 75 kilometres north of the Italian capital on the west coast.
Civitavecchia is one of the biggest ports in Italy and has become hugely popular with ferry and cruise passengers in recent years. The port features connections to all of the main international destinations in the Mediterranean Sea as well as the popular islands, near and far. Annually more than 2 million passengers pass through its doors.
You’ll find nice promenades at walking distance from the ferry port as well as restaurants and hotels if you need a rest before taking the ferry.
Find out how to get to the ferry port by visiting our dedicated Civitavecchia ferry port page.