Capraia ferry port in Capraia Island connects you with Livorno in Italy with a choice of up to 8 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Capraia to Livorno crossing is from 2 hours 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Toremar.
The Italian island of Capraia, one of the seven isles that make up the Tuscan Archipelago, is a small commune of rugged hills carpeted with the deep greens of unspoiled plant-life. Nestled between the Mediterranean wilds on the northern coast is the island’s only village. This tiny settlement, built in a sickle-shape around a narrow inlet of the Ligurian Sea, is shadowed by the sheer cliff-side walls of the Fortress of St George which was built in the 16th Century to defend the village from pirate raids.
The port of Capraia sits at the foot of a valley which gradually descends towards the coast. Ferries dock at the end of a narrow pier that juts into the clear blue waters of a cliff-lined bay. Due to the remote nature of the island, travelling to and from the port is largely managed on foot via a network of scenic footpaths that snake through the hills and command spectacular views across the verdant landscape. Travelling by car is difficult as the island has just one asphalt road that leads solely from the village to the harbour.
Currently only one passenger service operates from the port. A Toremar line ferry sails a number of times throughout the week to the Italian mainland city of Livorno, a short jaunt eastward across the Ligurian Sea.
Via Assunzione 18, 57032 Capraia
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