With Ferrysavers you can easily book GLD Lines ferry crossings between Italy and France! GLD Lines operate ferries between Italy and France, linking the ports of Toulon and Civitavecchia.
GLD ceased operations on the 4th of March 2009, after losses on the route became unsupportable due to a substantial decrease in freight traffic.
With Ferrysavers you can book a cheap ferry between Toulon and Corsica with Corsica Ferries and SNCM, or Grimaldi Lines, Corsica Ferries and Grandi Navi Veloci operate alternative ferry routes from Civitavecchia; see the list of alternative operators to the right. For alternative bargain ferries between Italy and France use the real-time comparison engine above, where you can compare ferries by route, time and operator in order to find the perfect ferry deal for your journey.
GLD Lines (Grimaldi Louis Dreyfus Armateurs) is the joint venture of a partnership between two big European ferry companies, the Grimaldi Group and Louis Dreyfus Armateurs. The partnership came together to work the new `sea motorway' route linking the two stunning Mediterranean favourites Rome (via Civitavecchia port) and the south of France (via Toulon).
GLD Lines vessels offered a high standard of speed and comfort; Their ferry Eurostar Valencia can reach a speed of 22 knots and performed the journey in only 14 hours. Onboard there were cabins, suites, a self-service restaurant, bars and many more top-quality facilities.