Ferry from Sicily to Sardinia

Ferry to Sardinia - Traditional dinner of Sardinia made of cheese, sausage, bread and wine. Traditional Dinner of Sardinia.

Organize your vacation by ferry from Sicily to Sardinia and enjoy the crossing from the largest Mediterranean island to one of the most charming ports in Italy!

Sicily is the ideal place for an unforgettable vacation with stunning sea, mild climate, natural parks and marine protected areas as well as Unesco World Heritage Sites. Volcanoes also are a great source of tourism for Sicily. First and foremost is Mount Etna, on Sicily/s eastern coast. The active volcano is visited by many tourists every year in order to witness the eruption. The shores of Sicily are considered to have some of the best beaches in Italy. Every visitor who plan to leave Sicily from Palermo port with destination Sardinia must not miss to visit the Norman palace, the Cathedral, the Massimo Theatre, which is Italy's largest opera house and one of the most famous theaters, the Archeological Museum, the Capuchin Catacombs and many more remarkable sights and monuments.

Sardinia amazes visitors from the first sight as it offers history and art, beautiful coast lines with emerald waters and white sand as well as elegant shopping streets and a fine cuisine. Located in the heart of the Mediterranean sea, Sardinia has been rated with a high score in the preferences of visitors. Sardinia/s capital Cagliari where the port is situated is the most visited city with a population of 150.000 inhabitants. The Castello quarter today is one of the busiest areas with nightclubs and restaurants and is the heart of entertainment and culture. Historical buildings and palaces, churches and Roman ruins have made the island one of the most famous destinations during the summer period. The mountainous landscapes along with the wild coasts, the hidden coves, the high cliffs and many beaches have made Sardinia a paradise for those who love the sea, the water sports, the trekking and climbing and the contact with the beauties of nature.

If you decide to leave for your next holiday to Sardinia or Sicily, book your ferry tickets effortlessly through our booking engine with a few clicks, pack your luggage and start for a unique adventure to the Italian islands!

Sicily to Sardinia ferry route

The Sicily to Sardinia ferry route is operated by conventional ferries, starting from Palermo to Cagliari port. Several itineraries are planned during the week for day and night crossings with fully equipped vessels providing economy seats, comfortable lounge reclining seats as well as cabins with or without sea view. Restaurants and bars are also available during your journey.

Sicily to Sardinia ferry time

The Sicily to Sardinia ferry time is estimated to be around 12 hours and it is served at least once a week. The frequency of the Palermo to Cagliari ferry crossing may vary from time to time depending on seasonality so it is advisable to check our reservation platform for all the real time schedules.

Sicily to Sardinia ferry type

The ferries departing from Palermo, Sicily to the port of Cagliari, Sardinia/s capital, the most populous city, offer a comfortable journey with all the facilities that every passenger may need.
Cars are allowed on most ferries but it is advisable to book your tickets in advance in order to take advantage of all the discounts and offers.

Useful information for your trips to the Italian islands

  • Our pages dedicated to Palermo and Cagliari can give you detailed information about the relative ports and the public transportation services
  • Arrange your ferry journey from Sicily to Sardinia in advance in order to find availability for all types of accommodation
  • The trip from Sicily to Sardinia is not short, so it is recommended to book a cabin for a more comfortable journey, especially if you have arranged a night crossing
  • Be at the port 2 hours before departure for check-in and embarkation, especially if you are traveling with your vehicle
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