Ferries to Sardinia
33 Ferry crossings from 23 Ports
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Ferries to Sardinia

Home not only to stretches of stunning beaches, but also varied wildlife and a deep cultural history, Sardinia is the perfect place to visit to relax, indulge in delicious food, and escape from daily life. As one of the most well connected islands in the Mediterranean, there are 201 ferries a week to Sardinia coming from Italy, Spain, France, Sicily, and many other locations, so book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Sardinia Ferry Timetable

With over 201 ferries a week running across 24 routes, there is not one exact ferry timetable, as there are too many ferries to out into one timetable. Ferry timetables can also be affected by other factors, such as seasonal changes, and ferry operators, and can change even at the last moment, so setting out one exact ferry timetable is impossible. However, here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most up-to-date information when you are making your booking, so you can find the best ferry for you.

Car Ferry to Sardinia

You are currently able to bring your car with you on all ferry routes to Sardinia.

How long is the ferry to Sardinia?

Ferries within Sardina and to the French Island Corsica take approximately 4-5 hours. Ferries from Sardina to France, Spain and Italy take between 12-16 hours. The quickest ferry crossing is from Bonifacio, Corsica to Santa Teresa di Gallura. This route takes approximately 1 hour with 3 daily sailings.

What is the cheapest ferry to Sardinia?

The cheapest prices are typically during off peak times and low seasons. Ferry Compare prices with our deal finder to find the cheapest deals.

There is not one exact ferry fare, as they are created by a variety of different factors, from times of year, to routes, to operators, to other factors such as how you are travelling, so all these need to be taken into consideration when looking at ferry prices.

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Which ferries go to Sardinia?

Ferries to Sardinia sail from Mainland Italy, Corsica, Sicily, France, Spain and more.

Which ferry companies go to Sardinia?

There are 6 popular ferry operators for Sardinia. These include Moby Lines, Grimaldi Lines, Grandi Navi Veloci, Tirrenia, Corsica Ferries and Ichnusa Lines.

What are the ferry ports in Sardinia?

The most popular ferry ports in Sardina from our selected routes include Porto Torres, Olbia, Arabatax, Golfo Aranci and Cagliari.

Sardinia reviews

  • "Moby Ferry Livorno - Olbia / Olbia - Livorno"

    All in all a very nice crossing with good cabins and tasty food.

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  • "Good experience."

    Good experience. Due to the bad weather condition, we “danced” a little bit, maybe because the ship wasn’t very big. We arrived late, but the captain apologised. We appreciated the fast loading and unloading procedures, we received a good services, staff really professional.

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  • "Inside Cabins"

    It will be useful to put a wider beside table, the rest of the ferry is ok, thanks.

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  • "Practical Opinion"

    Comfortable ferry, friendly staff, duration time a bit too long, I would suggest to reduce it of a least 1hr.

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