Ferries to Italy
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Ferries to Italy

Corsica Ferries, Moby Lines, Grandi Navi Veloci, Grimaldi Lines, Venezia Lines, Medmar, SNAV, Tirrenia, Adria Ferries, Minoan Lines, Jadrolinija, Ventouris Ferries, Caronte & Tourist, Anek Superfast, Toremar, SNAV Aliscafi, Liberty Lines Fast Ferries, NLG, CTN Ferries, Kompas, Alilauro, Siremar, Blu Navy, Pontina Navigazione, Travelmar, Gruppo Armatori Garganici, Gomo Viaggi, Caremar, Caremar (Hydrofoil), Tirrenia (CTN), Positano Jet, Seremar, Alicost, A-Ships Management S.A, Alilauro Gruson, Starlines, Caronte & Tourist NCI, Laser Capri & Ippocampo operate the ferries to Italy.

Italy Ferry Times

Ferries to Italy sail approximately 1562 times daily and up to 10258 times weekly. Ferry times can vary by season and operator. Use our deal finder to compare routes and prices.

Italy Ferry Ports

Ferries sail to 67 ports in Italy. The most popular ferry port in Italy is Naples ferry port with around 590 weekly sailings.

Ferries from Bastia to Livorno

The Bastia Livorno ferry sails 15 times a week, with a crossing time of 4 hours 30 minutes. The average price of a ferry from Bastia to Livorno ferry is about € 129.61.

Ferries from Portoferraio to Piombino

The ferry from Portoferraio to Piombino sails 30 times a day and up to 214 times a week, with a duration of 51 minutes. On average the Portoferraio Piombino ferry costs about € 102.07.---]

Pricing is taken from searches over last 30 days, last updated September 01.

Is there a car ferry to Italy?

Car ferries do sail to Italy. Corsica Ferries, Moby Lines, Grandi Navi Veloci, Grimaldi Lines, Venezia Lines, Medmar, SNAV, Tirrenia, Adria Ferries, Minoan Lines, Jadrolinija, Ventouris Ferries, Caronte & Tourist, Anek Superfast, Toremar, CTN Ferries, Kompas, Siremar, Blu Navy, Caremar, Tirrenia (CTN), A-Ships Management S.A, Starlines, Caronte & Tourist NCI & Ippocampo offer car ferries to Italy. A car ferry may not be available on all routes, we recommend viewing our Deal Finder for the latest car ferry information and pricing.

Italy Ferry Prices

The price of a ferry to Italy can range by route, operator, vehicle type, number of passengers and season. We recommend booking in advance to get the best price and availability.

How to book ferry tickets to ItalyBooking ferries to Italy is easy. Book online and manage your trip with Direct Ferries. Use our Deal Finder to compare tickets and book the best option for you.

Most popular questions

  • Which ferries travel to Italy?

    Ferries to Italy:
    • Bastia
    • Portoferraio
    • Golfo Aranci
    • Ile Rousse
    • Porto Vecchio
    • Olbia
    • Cavo
    • Tunis
    • Barcelona
    • Durres
    • Palermo
    • Porto Torres
    • Tangier Med
    • Palermo Termini Imerese
    • Corfu
    • Cagliari
    • Patras
    • Igoumenitsa
    • Piran
    • Pula
    • Porec
    • Rovinj
    • Ischia
    • Ischia (Casamicciola)
    • Procida
    • Split
    • Lipari
    • Panarea
    • Ponza
    • Salina
    • Stromboli
    • Ventotene
    • Vulcano
    • Bar
    • Zadar
    • Dubrovnik
    • Sami
    • Messina
    • Capraia
    • Rio Marina
    • Pianosa
    • Giglio
    • Capri
    • Milazzo
    • Mali Losinj
    • Rinella
    • San Domino (Tremiti)
    • Sorrento
    • Naples
    • Castellammare di Stabia
    • San Nicola (Tremiti)
    • Amalfi
    • Positano
    • Salerno
    • Seiano
    • Umag
    • Forio
    • Ginostra (Stromboli)
    • Cetara
    • Maiori
    • Minori
    • Vietri sul mare
    • Vlora
  • What is the fastest ferry to Italy?

    The Salerno to Cetara ferry is the fastest ferry to Italy in approximately 05m.
  • What is the cheapest ferry to Italy?

    The cheapest ferry to Italy is approximately 41 € on average via the Messina to Villa San Giovanni ferry. However, please note prices can differ by season.
  • What are the ferry ports in Italy?

    Italy Ferry Ports:
    • Livorno
    • Piombino
    • Savona
    • Genoa
    • Bari
    • Naples
    • Salerno
    • Brindisi
    • Venice
    • Pozzuoli
    • Ancona
    • Porto Santo Stefano
    • Sorrento
    • Castellammare di Stabia
    • Reggio Calabria
    • Trieste
    • Vibo Valentia
    • Termoli
    • Vieste
    • Terracina
    • Amalfi
    • Positano
    • San Felice Circeo
    • Cetara
    • Maiori
    • Minori
    • Vietri sul mare
    • Peschici
    • Rodi Garganico
    • Cesenatico
    • Pesaro
    • Seiano
    • Sapri
    • Villa San Giovanni
    • Portici
    • Torre del Greco
    • Piano di Sorrento
    • Monte di Procida
  • Can you take pets on the ferry to Italy?

    Yes, you can bring pets onboard ferries. Please read the operators guidelines on pets that you are travelling with. You can bring pets on ferries with the following ferry companies
    • Corsica Ferries
    • Grandi Navi Veloci
    • Grimaldi Lines
    • Venezia Lines
    • Medmar
    • SNAV
    • Adria Ferries
    • Minoan Lines
    • Jadrolinija
    • Ventouris Ferries
    • Caronte & Tourist
    • SNAV Aliscafi
    • Liberty Lines Fast Ferries
    • NLG
    • Alilauro
    • Blu Navy
    • Pontina Navigazione
    • Travelmar
    • Gruppo Armatori Garganici
    • Gomo Viaggi
    • Caremar
    • Caremar (Hydrofoil)
    • Tirrenia (CTN)
    • Positano Jet

Italy reviews

  • "Excellent service"

    Highly recommended service, great opportunity to sit outside and watch a magnificent sunset over the islands en route to Vulcano.

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  • "Speedy service "

    Speedy service Very easy to find at the port Pleasure sailing

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  • "Excellent Service "

    I used Directferries a number of times recently and found the service excellent. Website easy to use and lots of great information about ferry trips. Ferries and staff were excellent and very punctual.

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  • "Our one way trip Rovinj to Venice "

    We booked on line for a one way trip from Rovinj to Venice. We weren’t aware that the ferry went from Rovinj up the coast about 30mins to Poric - this wasn’t clear on the website. Picked up a boat load of passengers there and only then went on to Venice. The Catamaran was comfortable and staff welcoming. Most of the people onboard were doing the return day trip to Venice, so there were long presentations from the staff about extra excursions, some history about Venice etc. It seemed rather expensive for us for just a one way ticket - approximately €60 each ($100AUD each) for a 3hr boat trip. We paid only $30/€18 for a 6hr Catamaran from Zadar to Pula.

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Routes and Ports in Italy