Ferries from Golfo Aranci to Porto Vecchio: compare and book
Porto Vecchio will amaze you with its eastern coast characterized by wide sandy beaches and a rough and wild nature, for the most demanding sea lovers.
Take advantage of the new routes from Golfo Aranci to Porto Vecchio to have a dream vacation.
How to book
Booking ferries from Golfo Aranci to Porto Vecchio has never been so easy: just fill in all the fields of the online booking form, selecting ‘one way’ or ‘return journey’. Remember to select the date of departure and return, as well as the number of passengers according to their age.
If you have decided to take on board a vehicle on the ferry, tick ‘I am travelling with a vehicle’ and specify:
- Type and size of the vehicle (car, motorcycle, motor home);
- If your vehicle has a roof box;
- If your vehicle has a trailer.
Once you have entered all the required information in all the fields, click on ‘Search’.
Ferry times and prices
Once you have filled out the form, the online booking system will redirect you to a page where you will see:
- The ferry timetables, for both the outward and return route, on the selected dates;
- All the prices arranged by company, so that it is easier and quicker to make the most cost-effective choice.
Ferry crossings are more frequent in summer and spring, nonetheless, a wealth of connection options is always guaranteed throughout the day.
Departure, arrival and duration
The port of Golfo Aranci is located North of Olbia and provides a dense network of connections from the mainland to Sardinia, as well as to other destinations, making it an important seaport at national level.
The journey time is approximately 2 hrs and 15 mins.
The port of Porto Vecchio is located on the southern coast of the French island. The city of Porto Vecchio enjoys a strategic position to reach the most popular beaches, such as Santa Giulia and Palombaggia.
The route Golfo Aranci – Porto Vecchio is sailed by some of the best companies, with many years of experience in sailing, such as: La Méridionale, Corsica Ferries, Moby and S.N.C.M.