Reaching Italy’s largest port is quick and easy with Porto Torres – Genoa ferries. The city of the famous aquarium is home to one of the largest commercial and tourist ports in Europe. It has a history of almost a thousand years that makes it one of the most important in Italy. It is thanks to its strategic position that it has acquired this name: its location in the north-west of Italy since 1130 has always allowed trade with the European continent. The writer Blasco Ibanez called it a ‘poem for its grandiose proportions’ in his book ‘In the Land of Art’.
On Ferries Sardinia Offer you can book Porto Torres – Genoa ferries conveniently from your mobile phone. The route is covered by the Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV) and Tirrenia shipping companies, which operate a total of 18 times a week. The sailing time varies from 9.30 to 11 hours for a distance of 165 nautical miles. Depending on the season, trips are made by different ships. GNV offers seasonal service.
On GNV and Tirrenia’s flagships you can enjoy fantastic on-board services that won’t let you get bored. Your journey will be enlivened by comfortable cabins and numerous decks on which to enjoy the Mediterranean panorama. Dining services are the strong point of both companies. Also present on board are cinemas, swimming pools, relaxation areas, bars, cafeterias, croissants, play areas and boutiques for your shopping.
Ferry service by Traghettilines
How to get to the port of Porto Torres
There are several ways to reach the maritime port of Porto Torres. Whether you arrive by car or not, you will find the necessary directions here.
The main route to Porto Torres is the SS131 (the Carlo Felice), which crosses Sardinia longitudinally.
From Cagliari: take the SS131 in the direction of Sassari and then Porto Torres, from there follow the directions to the city centre.
From Olbia: take the S199 and then the S597 towards Sassari-Alghero. Take the SS131 towards Sassari and then to Porto Torres, following the signs for the centre.
From Alghero: take the Strada Provinciale SP42 dei due Mari towards Porto Torres and then follow the signs for the centre.
The ARST line runs 29 times a day throughout the territory. There are two trips a day to Porto Torres.
In addition to ARST, two smaller lines, Digitur (formerly Doppiu) and Sun Lines, also offer bus service. Tickets for these companies are sold on board.
Trenitalia connects the major destinations in the region thanks to branched connections with the island’s major centres such as Cagliari, Oristano, Olbia and Sassari. Nuoro, on the other hand, is not connected and can be easily reached by bus or private ncc companies.
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Companies following this route:
GNV: Grandi Navi Veloci connects the port of Turret and Genoa
Duration: from 9:30 to 11 hours
Tirrenia: Thanks to its ships you can reach the port of Genoa or Porto Torres
Duration: from 9:30 to 11 hours
Services on board:
Various possibilities of on-board accommodation for passengers on the Porto Torres Genoa route, from the economical deck passage to the most comfortable cabins and armchairs.
Eating on board
Eating on Tirrenia or GNV ships is a service offered to satisfy all passenger needs: restaurant, self service, pizzeria, snack bar.
Relaxation is the watchword on holiday, on the Genova Porto Torres ferries you can start off on the right foot, live music, disco room, games room, cinema and pool area.
Children on board
Dedicated services for children and their care to make the family crossing really comfortable and peaceful.
Dogs or pets on board
Pets are always welcome on board in compliance with the shipping companies’ regulations.
Shopping on board
The souvenir, magazine, clothing and perfume shop is for many the first stop as soon as you embark, a must!
Internet and Wifi
On board the ferries of the Porto Torres-Genoa route there is the possibility, for those who wish to purchase it, of the Wifi satellite service to be able to surf throughout the journey on their own devices.