Bonifacio to Santa Teresa di Gallura Ferry

The Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura ferry route connects Corsica with Sardinia and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Moby Lines service runs up to 4 times per day with a sailing duration of around 50 minutes while the Blu Navy service runs up to 4 times per day with a duration from 1 hr.

So that’s a combined 56 sailings on offer per week on the Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura route between Corsica and Sardinia. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

Bonifacio to Santa Teresa di Gallura Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from Corsica to Sardinia page.

Bonifacio - Santa Teresa di Gallura Ferry Operators

  • Moby Lines
    • 4 Sailings Daily 50 min
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  • Blu Navy
    • 4 Sailings Daily 1 hr
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Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura route is a car and 2 passengers.

Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura Ferry reviews

  • "Moby Ferry."

    Very good crossing everything well planned with a comfortable cabin.

    'Terence' travelled Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura with Moby Lines

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  • "Great ferry"

    I loved the ferry ride

    'Tim' travelled Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura with Moby Lines

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  • "Holidays 2015"

    Nice and fast crossing

    'Gian Domenico' travelled Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura with Moby Lines

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  • "Punctual as expected"

    The ferry departed on time and arrived a bit before scheduled.

    'Fredrik' travelled Bonifacio Santa Teresa di Gallura with Moby Lines

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Bonifacio Guide

Located on the southern tip of the French island of Corsica, Bonifacio is a city that lies on the Mediterranean Sea coast and is separated from the island of Sardinia by the Strait of Bonifacio, which is 11 km wide. The city is home to the only harbour on Corsica's south coast and is a very popular visitor destination. During the summer months, the city's beaches are a major draw as are the city's other major attractions which include Torra di Sant' Amanza, Torra di Sponsaglia, Église Saint-Dominique de Bonifacio and Église Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Bonifacio.

For visitors interested in prehistoric sites, Bonifacio has two that are important. The first is the ancient cave shelter of Araguina-Sennola, near the city of Capello to the north of Bonifacio. This is a site of the Lady of Bonifacio, a female burial carbon-dated to about 6570 BC, which is either late Mesolithic or Early Neolithic. The second site is the chambered tomb of Vasculacciu near Figari. This tomb belongs to the Megalithic Culture and is dated to the Middle Neolithic. The alignment of the two and the extensive use of chert from Monte Arci in Sardinia shows that the Bay of Bonifacio was a route to inland Corsica from the earliest times.

Ferry services from the port depart to Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sardinia.

Santa Teresa di Gallura Guide

The Sardinian town of Santa Teresa di Gallura is located on the northern tip of Sardinia, on the Strait of Bonifacio. In the town's main square there are a number of cafes and restaurants that visitors like to frequent although it should be noted that many of them are only open during the busy summer tourist season. Rena Bianca is the town's main beach and is situated a short distance from the town and offers its visitors crystal clear water that is lovely to swim in. A popular attraction in the town is the Longosardo Tower which rises on a rocky headland overlooking the sea. The tower was built in the 16th century during the Aragonese period and has beautiful vistas of both the Bat of Porto Longone and also of the white cliffs that surround the nearby city of Bonifacio. On one side of the tower the coast descends towards the beach of Rena Bianca which ends a short distance from the cliffs of the "Isola Monica" where traces of an abandoned cave remain.

The town's port is the main point of departure for ferries to the island of Corsica.