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Island of Sardinia
Sardinia (Sardegna), a pretty large island situated in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the Italian mainland, is a popular large western Mediterranean island. Visiting Sardinia by ferry is very convenient - numerous ferry connections are available from the Italian mainland and other nearby islands such as Corsica, France, and Sicily.
There are several ferry operators that offer regular crossings to Sardinia, including Moby Lines, Tirrenia, and Grimaldi Lines, making it easy to get to the island as a foot passenger or by car, motorhome, motorbike, or bicycle.
The island has six ferry ports - Olbia, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Porto Torres, Golfo Aranci, Cagliari, and Arbatax. Ferry schedules/timetables with info about the island ferries are listed below. The Sardinia ferry photo is courtesy of Liberty Lines.

Map of Sardinia Ferry Routes

Ferry ports on the island of Sardinia

A - Olbia
B - Santa Teresa di Gallura
C - Porto Torres
D - Golfo Aranci
E - Cagliari
F - Arbatax

More information about ferries to Sardinia island

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