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The port in Golfo Aranci is located at the North of Olbia, slightly closer to the Italian coasts in terms of sailing times. Every year the airport is affected by a traffic of about one million passengers. Numbers, combined with the happy position, to depths that allow the docking of large ships, and the ease and speed in carrying out the operations of arrival and departure, have given in Golfo Aranci an important national recognition.



Reach the ferry terminal Golfo Aranci is extremely simple given its location, in fact the center of Golfo Aranci is located about 1 km from the port, accessible from Liberty Street, and Via Via the Sailors Memorial and you can reach by car via the SP16.

How to reach the port by Car: From Olbia go along the SS125 and then diverted to the SP16 towards Golfo Aranci, go straight and at the roundabout take the fourth exit onto Via G. Marconi. Follow it and turn right in Via Cagliari and then left in Corso Sardegna, parallel to Liberty Street, to the port. From Porto Torres, follow the SS131 or SS597 up to intercept the SS199. From there outputs to Olbia center and follow the SS125 to the junction with the SP16. Coming from Cagliari go along the SS131 and SS131DCN, after the West Bypass around Olbia take junction towards Osseddu - Port of Olbia, then follow the junction for Pittulongu - Golfo Aranci and merge onto Route Overview Olbia. Continue on SP82 up to Golfo Aranci and at the roundabout take the second exit onto Via Guglielmo Marconi.

How to reach the port by Train: Golfo Aranci is accessible by train through the lines the national rail network, with a stop directly at the port.

How to reach the port by Bus: If you arrive by bus service is available, the regional transport company, with direct routes to Olbia from June to September, and with a dense network of connections to other places in Sardinia.


Address Port: New maritime station - 07020 Golfo Aranci - Tel: 0039 0789 46 780



 



 



The shipping company Corsica Sardinia Ferries operates the route Livorno Golfo Aranci between Italy and Sardinia and is the only service operated on this route. With a duration of navigation of about 6 hours and 25 minutes, the route operates about 14 times per week.