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Civitavecchia (Rome) – Olbia

From: 42,00

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Destination(s) Italy, Sardinia
Duration 6 Hours
Operated by GNV, Grimaldi Lines, Tirrenia
Sailings 18 times per week
Distance 137 miles, 220 km
2p+Car+Return in our estimation € 250
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The ferry from Civitavecchia and Olbia (and or the other way around) connects Rome to Sardinia with this direct crossing. The crossing takes somewhere between 6 to 8 hours depending on whether you'll be sailing with a day or a night crossing and with which ferry company you'll sail to or from Sardinia. GNV, Tirrenia or Grimaldi lines. With 18 weekly crossings you'll have plenty of choice between different ferries.

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Ferry from Civitavecchia, Rome to Olbia

On the route to and from Civitavecchia and Olbia there are 3 ferry active ferry companies. GNV, Grimaldi Lines and Tirrenia sail on the route that connects the Italian coastal city of Civitavecchia to Olbia, Sardina. There are 18 weekly sailings and travel times vary from 6 hours (Tirrenia) to 8,5 hours with GNV. On this ferry it is possible to bring your car. Civitavecchia is also famous as the gateway to Rome. This is also the best connection between Rome and Sardinia.

On this page you will find information and tips about these ferry routes to Olbia from Civitavecchia

Ferry Civitavecchia (Rome) – Olbia costs

If you want to travel by ferry to Sardinia and specifically from Rome (Civitaveccha) to Olbia or the other way around you can expect the following prices. The ferry between Rome and Sardinia takes you over 230 km in about 6 to 8 hours.

  • Tickets are available from €42,- That is for 1 person without a car and a single journey.
  • A crossing with a car and 2 people in will costs somewhere around €250,- (return), for the night crossing.- (test booking in October for summer 2023)

The prices of the boat tickets are very dependent on the season and the crowds, as you can see above. Specifically in peak season (summer) prices rise sharply for the crossing to the Olbia, Sardinia. Book early to get the best price and to be sure that you can bring your car, motorbike or camper on board. Also make sure to check the low fare calendar, a handy tool that helps you save money.

Timetable – schedule ferry Civitavecchia – Olbia

The ferry to Civitavecchia and Olbia sails up to 18 times per week, and up to 3 times per day with the ferries from GNV, Grimaldi, Tirrenia. Depending on which ferry you board the sailing time can differ between 6 to 9 hours. For the day and night crossing departure of the crossing can differ. Departure and arrival time differ per season but in general there are sailings leaving in the morning for the day crossing and sailings leaving in the evening for the night crossing. As said before Civitavecchia is also famous for being the ‘cruise' gateway Rome. There are several ferry companies sailing on this crossing with both day and night crossings!

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Tickets are available from around €35 (based on 1 person, single ticket). In general it is like the earlier you book, the less you will pay.

Port information

To get to the departure port, use the address and follow the signs to the terminal when arrived.

Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia ferry terminal

Grimaldi Lines: Terminal 1 Autostrade del Mare Civitavecchia Città Metropolitana di Roma IT, Via Prato del Turco, 00053 Porto di, Italy

GNV: Varco Vespucci, Civitavecchia

Tirrenia: Terminal autostr. Mare – 00053 – Civitavecchia

Olbia

Olbia ferry terminal:

Banchina Isola Bianca, 07026 Olbia SS, Italy

On board the ferry to Civitavecchia and Olbia

This (and more) can be expected on the ferries of to and from Civitavecchia and Olbia

  • Outside Deck
  • Cabins
  • Childrens play area
  • Sun deck
  • Animal cabins
  • Swimming pool
  • Food and drinks
  • Pizzeria
  • Arcade hall

Alternatives to the Civitavecchia to Olbia ferry

Travelling to Sardinia? Then there are different crossings that will bring you there. When departing from or near Rome the ferreis leaving from Civitavechhia are the best choice. If you're looking to sail to Olbia but don't really care where you depart from, then you can choose for alternative routes such as Livorno Olbia, Piombino Olbia and Genoa – Olbia. If you're looking to take the ferry to Sardinia in general then you can look into the possibilites of taking a ferry to Porto Torres or Cagliari. You also have to option to departure from other ports with ferries leaving to Sardina: travelling from Nice to Golfo Aranci is a good option from the South of France.

Frequently Asked Questions ferry to Olbia (Sardinia) and Civitavecchia

How long is the sailing between Civitavecchia and Olbia?

The ferry from Civitavecchia to Olbia takes around 6 to 8 hours covering 230 kilometers

How many ferries leave Rome / Citvitavecchia to Olbia per week?

On this route ferries from different companies sail to and forth from Sardinia and Rome totalling up to 18 ferries per week, about 3 daily on this 230 km crossing.

Which ferry company sail on this route?

Currently Tirrenia, GNV and Grimaldi Lines are sailing on the route Olbia-Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia (Rome) – Olbia
Civitavecchia (Rome) – Olbia

From: 42,00

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