Ferry offers to Sardinia: we always guarantee the best price for your travel!

Whether you are travelling for a journey or for just a weekend, the ferry is the best way to reach Sardinia. We have arranged interesting rates with the most important ferry operators such as GNV, Grimaldi, Moby, Sardinia Ferries and Tirrenia. Request a discounted quote to our travel agency Ogliastra Incoming by clicking HERE or by filling out the request form online for your ferry to Sardinia. You will get a personalized offer as soon as possible.

Low cost tickets and special offers

Our agency Ogliastra Incoming has the best rates on the market thanks to the agreements with the most important ferry companies. We compare for you in real time prices, rates and timetables of several ferry companies and propose you the best offer in a short time, including our exclusive discounts. Moreover we offer promotional rates to sardinian residents who are entitled to special reductions.

Accommodations and services on the ferries to Sardinia

On board a ferry you can choose amoung armchairs, double cabins and quadruple cabins, equipped with all the necessary to face the travel as comfortably as possibile. Coffee shops, restaurants, amusement arcade, live music and shops are available to passengers. On the ferries you can also enjoy a swimming pool and a solarium, perfect to start your holiday relaxing yourself during the crossing. The duration of the travel varies according to the ferry company, to the route, and also if you travel at night or during the day. It can last from 7 to 12 hours.

Departure and Arrival Ports

Sardinia can be reached from the main ports of the mainland of Italy and of Sicily. The departure ports of the ferries to Sardinia are: Savona, Genova, Livorno, Piombino, Civitavecchia, Naples, Palermo. The arrival ports in Sardinia are Arbatax, Cagliari, Golfo Aranci, Olbia and Porto Torres. You can also choose the route you prefer depending on the departure and arrival port and according to your needs and preferences.

Cars, Motorbikes and Campers Boarding

The main ferry operators, which connect the mainland to Sardinia (Tirrenia, Moby, Sardinia Ferries, Grimaldi and Grandi Navi Veloci), allow the passengers to take their own vehicle along: it is in fact permitted the transport of motorbikes, cars and campers. When requesting a quotation for the ferry, it is sufficient to click on the item “I have a vehicle” to get a custom quote including availability and prices for the different vehicles. You can also discover convenient rates.

The passengers, who are taking their own vehicle along, must arrive at the boarding area at least 2 hours before the departure time, so that the ferry crew can board easily all vehicles. Cars and campers must be boarded on the ferry directly from the owners and they must be parked as instructed by the ferry crew. Other possible passengers must board the ferry on foot. Travelling by motorcycle, you must fasten it securely to a specific support on the parking area. It is forbidden to reach all the vehicles during the crossing time, so it is recommended to take personal belongings and necessaries along. Only when the ferry crew inform the passengers that the ferry is reaching the destination port, they also provide the information how to arrive at the vehicle and how to drive it outside. If a vehicle runs on CGN or on LPGS, it must be previously pointed out to the ferry crew.


The majority of ferry companies specialized in transport to Sardinia allow the passengers to travel taking their pet with them. For travellers with dogs and cats, there are specific pet-friendly cabins perfect for any need: it is recommended to check the availability of these cabins when booking, above all if the travel will be during the high season. Moreover, it is appropriate to check the specific rules of the ferry operator regarding pets on board, because they may change from company to company. Generally, in the small common areas pets must be kept on a leash using a muzzle, but outside on the deck of the ferry they can go for a short walk.