There are 3 ferry routes operating between Tunisia and Italy offering you combined total of 8 sailings per week. Grandi Navi Veloci operates 2 routes, Tunis to Genoa runs 1 time per week & Tunis to Civitavecchia about 2 times weekly. Grimaldi Lines operates 2 routes, Tunis to Civitavecchia runs 1 time per week & Tunis to Salerno about 2 times weekly. Tirrenia (CTN) operates 1 route, Tunis to Genoa which runs 2 times weekly.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Tunisia to Italy to get the most up to date information.
Tunisia is the Northernmost country in Africa, bordered by Algeria to the West, Libya to the Southeast and the Mediterranean Sea to the North and West.
Tunisia is most famous as a summer beach destination, with a sandy Mediterranean coast scented with jasmine and sea breezes. But there’s so much more to explore in Tunisia, from its distinctive sugar cube houses, to its grand ancient ruins, and the vast rolling dunes of the Sahara. Tunisia is truly a fusion of everything that North Africa has to offer.
Italy is a boot-shaped peninsula situated in the Mediterranean Sea at the bottom of Western Europe, with the Tyrrhenian Sea to the West, Ionian Sea to the South and Adriatic Sea to the East.
Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world and contains more World Heritage Sites than any other country. Although Rome, Milan, Venice and Florence are the top tourist destinations in Italy, the country’s rich collections of art, culture and literature from many different periods and regions make it impossible to judge on where the most interesting location is.
With around four thousand miles of coastline, with countless gulfs, inlets, and long sandy beaches, Italy is truly adapted to the holiday lovers every need. Coastal cities with their sea resorts and awesome beaches are easily reachable by car with a variety of ferries and vessels large and small ready to sail you there.