Sardinia''s capital Cagliari is a city that offers great blend of modern urbanity and medieval mystery. Thanks to its long and eventful history, Cagliari has very nice and unique architecture. This port city was founded somewhere in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians. There’s no better way to see Cagliari than approaching the city from the sea. Cagliari’s massive castle towers are incredibly beautiful. Between the harbour and castle lies Cagliari’s marina located in the old harbour district.
How To Get To Cagliari Ferry Port
The city of Cagliari is easy to reach and well sign posted from anywhere on the island. The main roads are: 125 (Orientale Sarda Palau), 131 (Carlo Felice highway) and 130 (Iglesiente highway). The Cagliari Ferry Port will be sign posted once you are in the area of the city centre.
You can reach the city also by a train. There are train connections with Olbia and Porto Torres. For further information about the train schedules you can visit the Trenitalia website.
Cagliari Ferry Port Information
Address: Molo Sanita Porto di Cagliari, Cagliari 09123, Italy
Local Port Name: Porto di Cagliari
Phone: +39 070 679531
Fax: +39 070 67953345
Cagliari to Trapani Ferry Tickets in 2017
Crossing time: around 10 hours
Frequency: 1 sailing weekly, always on Sunday
Departure time in 2017:
- departure time is 10:30 local time
Company: Tirrenia Lines
Name of the ship: Unknown
Ticket prices in 2017: (the cost depends on the month)
Deck passage: 38 € to 51 €
Second class seat: 43 € to 61 €
Bed: 68 € to 95 €
Cabin: 95 € to 208 €
Car: + 97 € to 124 € (it depends on the type of ticket you will take)
Boarding without vehicles: please be there 1h prior departure
Boarding with vehicles: please be there 2h prior departure
* Please be aware that although we check and update the ferry ticket prices very often, they can vary.
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