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How To Get To Savona Ferry Port

  • Savona Ferry Port by Car

    From Genoa motorway take exit Albisola, then turn right and after 800m take the Aurelia towards Savona ovest. The port is about 3 km and easy to find from here. From Torino (motorway Torino – Savona), or the west of Liguria (ex from Imperia) take the exit Savona – Vado and follows the directions for the city centre and for Savona port. Go through Savona centre. The port is 5 km away from Savona – Vado exit.

  • Savona Ferry Port by Train

    Savona train station is in Savona city centre and about a mile from the ferry port. For more info visit

  • Savona Ferry Port Address

    Calata Nord, Porto Vado, 17047 Vado Ligure, Italy

  • Savona Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Savona Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Savona Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Savona Ferry Services

Savona Guide

What is there to do in Savona?

Savona is unashamedly Italian; narrow streets adorned by colourful houses lead to charming piazzas decorated by tourists and locals enjoying the quintessential Italian experience. The temperature soars in the summer, yet throughout the years it remains fairly warm, meaning there is a steady stream of visitors throughout the calendar. The most lauded part of the town is the impressive centre, boasting an abundance of historical architecture amid cultural buildings. The Pinacoteca Civica di Savona showcases the art created in the region since the 14th Century, presenting myriad of alluring pieces from all genres of art. The mesmerising towers and structural designs dominating the centre typically prove top of the itinerary for most tourists, however, a great number of visitors head to Italy’s northwest coast to enjoy the array of outdoor activities. On the water you can grab your surfboard and tackle the waves against the rough tide, or smoothly sail across the Mediterranean Sea on a relaxing boat ride. Copious walking trails grace the hillside, proving challenging but not particularly arduous, so even those lacking fitness can enjoy the spectacular views. For the more active types, tempting biking trails grace the mountainside, perfect for anyone who is adept on two wheels.

How do you get around Savona?

Savona is fairly small so much of it can be covered by foot, especially the town centre which is quite compact.

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