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Ferries Civitavecchia

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Ferries to CivitavecchiaPort connections and services

The port of Civitavecchia was from its beginnings the center of trade and commerce between the ancient sailors of the Mediterranean.

Today it is the tourist port of choice for travelers to Sardinia and other summer holiday destinations. The port area has 28 berths, 16 km of quays and a hinterland, and is divided into two macro-zones, the southern one for passenger ferries and the northern one for commercial traffic.

In recent years, the port of Civitavecchia has become the second-largest port in Europe and the first in Italy, with daily departures to many destinations. It is known as the gateway of Rome to the sea, and each year more and more tourists decide to visit the Lazio harbor.

Active ferry routes from Civitavecchia are to Sicily, SardiniaSpain, France, and Tunisia.

🚢 The shipping companies operating routes to and from Civitavecchia are

·  Grandi Navi Veloci ➜ Serves routes to Palermo and Tunis.

·  Grimaldi Lines ➜ Serves Sardinia, Sicily and Barcelona.

·  Tirrenia ➜ Serves routes to Sardinia.

The port of Civitavecchia has established itself as the main port in Italy, making it increasingly easy to travel by sea thanks to the many connections it offers.

The Port of Civitavecchia has a free shuttle service for passengers travelling by ferry from Civitavecchia to move around the port. Near the terminals there are 3 car parks connected to the docks by the shuttle service.

The “Largo della Pace” service center is the port's main information point, with a total of 3, located in the areas where most of the millions of ferry passengers pass through.

➡️ The millions of travelers who take the ferries from Civitavecchia can take advantage of the snack bars and cafés in the port. Parking is available and there are shuttle buses to the ferry terminals.

Civitavecchia ferries About Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia has ancient origins. Today it is a beautiful seaside destination in Lazio, where you can visit many places of interest and, of course, the sea.

🏛️ The first stop on your visit to Civitavecchia must be the National Archaeological Museum, where you will find many artifacts from the old city. It is the perfect place if you are a history lover.

Another historical attraction is the Taurine Baths, a symbol of the city of Civitavecchia. They were built by Emperor Trajan and were considered a luxury that only a few could afford.

Near the port, you can visit one of the most important historical monuments of Civitavecchia: the Forte Michelangelo. You can visit it as soon as you get off the ferry to Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia is also rich in beaches, one of the most famous you can visit is the Pirgo Beach. During the summer, it is very crowded, but you will be able to find a spot and enjoy a relaxing day on the beach.

🏖️ Another beach you can visit is Marina Beach. You will find a stretch of golden sand and crystal-clear water, protected by two artificial piers. The beach also has bathing establishments and services for tourists.

If you decide to visit Civitavecchia, you must also visit Rome, the capital of Italy. Rome has a very ancient history, known all over the world, with unique monuments and works of art. You can visit the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Piazza del Popolo, St Peter's Basilica and much more.

How to reach the boarding:

Address: Varco Vespucci (for passengers), E840, 00053 Civitavecchia (RM), Italy; Varco Fortezza (for cargo), E840, 00053 Civitavecchia (RM), Italy

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 42.090366, Longitude 11.790498

You can reach the port of Civitavecchia by car by following the signs from the A12 highway or the SS1 Aurelia state road. The Civitavecchia station, which connects the port with the center of Rome, is about 600 meters away. The nearest airport is Rome Fiumicino, 70 km away, while Rome Ciampino is 90 km away.

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