Board on the ferry from Sicily to Tunisia and arrive on the Mediterranean coast of Northwest Africa, midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Nile Delta!
Sicily is the ideal place for an unforgettable holiday with stunning sea, mild climate, natural parks and marine protected areas, as well as Unesco World Heritage sites. Volcanoes are also a great source of tourism for Sicily. The first and most important is Mount Etna, on the east coast of Sicily. The active volcano is visited by many tourists every year to watch its eruption.
The coast of Sicily is considered to have some of the best beaches in Italy.
Tunisia is located in the north of the country, close to Carthage and Sidi Bou Said. The city has a lovely mix of architectural styles, wide roads and narrow alleyways which capture the spirit of the southern and northern Mediterranean. The majority of ferries to Tunisia arrive at the main seaport of Tunis, La Goulette, which is roughly 10 kilometers from the center of Tunis.
Plan your trip to Tunisia and book your ferry tickets in advance to travel to an exotic place in a mix of the European and Arab world.
Ferry schedules from Sicily to Tunisia
The ferry schedules from Sicily to Tunisia are currently operated by 2 ferry companies running 3 times per week. The ferry departs from Palermo port.
Ferry duration from Sicily to Tunisia
The ferry duration ranges from 10 hours to 11 hours and 15 minutes, depending on the ferry operator.
Ferry distance from Sicily to Tunisia
The ferry distance from Sicily to Tunisia is estimated to be 461 miles from Palermo!
Ferry types from Sicily to Tunisia
The type of ferries operating from Sicily to Tunisia are large conventional ferries offering a wide variety of accommodation on board, as well as vehicle transport. They are suitable for all needs from the most economical solutions, such as deck or airline type armchairs, to comfortable cabins of all categories for a comfortable journey for both night and day crossings.
Useful tips for your journey from Sicily to Tunisia
- Check our booking engine for all revised schedules, prices and offers (if any)
- The journey from Sicily to Tunisia sells out quickly, so book your tickets in advance in order to find the best itinerary and offer
- Arrange to be at the port at least 2 hours before departure for check-in and embarkation procedure as the Sicilian port, Palermo is very crowded especially during high season
- Visit our pages dedicated to Sicily and Tunisia to find useful information about cities and ports as well as the means of transport
- We suggest you to book a cabin, as the trip lasts many hours and your stay on the ship will be more comfortable