Porto Torres Toulon Ferry

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  • 2 crossings weekly
    10 hr 28 min
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Porto Torres Information

Porto Torres ferry port is the most important port on the island of Sardinia. Porto Torres ferry port is situated on the north coast about 25 km east of the Gorditanian promontory (Capo del Falcone) and on the spacious bay of the Golfo dell'Asinara.

Porto Torres was formally a holiday destination for the ancient Romans, and has remained popular ever since. Porto Torres offers an extraordinary selection of attractions and outdoor activities: from the wilderness of the nearby Asinara island to the stunning architecture of the neolithic necropolis of Su Crocifissu Mannu and Li Lioni or the 11th century Basilica of San Gavino, Porto Torres is an essential destination on the island of Sardinia.


Toulon Information

Toulon ferry port is ideally located close to the town centre. Toulon ferry port is part of a large harbour which is also home to a major French Naval Base.

Located in the famous region of Provence, Toulon is a major mediterranean city. The old town of Toulon is a pedestrian area with narrow streets, small squares, many fountains, boutiques and the Toulon cathedral. There is also a famous "Provencal" market taking place every morning on the Cours Lafayette which offers local delicacies. The upper town of Baron Haussman is also worth a visit with the Toulon Opera House, Grand Hotel and the Gardens of Alexander 1st among the many sights. Le Mourillon, a small seaside neighbourhood, offers a lovely marina and Mount Faron dominates the city of Toulon, the top can be reached either by cable car or by a long winding road.

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