ADM (Autostrade Del Mare) is the Civitavecchia Port Terminal dedicated to ferries. From here leave ships and ferries to Sardinia, Sicily, Spain and North Africa.
The port of Civitavecchia is the main point of departure in Italy, reaching Sardinia. From Civitavecchia Ferry Terminal (ADM – Autostrade Del Mare) it is possible all year round disembark in the ports of Olbia, Cagliari, Porto Torres and Arbatax.
You can depart from Civitavecchia even to reach by ferry to Sicily, in particular the ports of Palermo and Termini Imerese.
Trafficking Civitavecchia – Barcelona connects the port of Rome with Spain, while ferries to Tunis connect it to the coasts of North Africa.
Ferries from Civitavecchia
From the port of Civitavecchia leave ships and ferries of Tirrenia, Moby, GNV and Grimaldi. Tirrenia and Moby guarantee connections with Sardinia, both to the ports of Olbia, Tirrenia also towards Arbatax and Cagliari. Grandi Navi Veloci connects Civitavecchia with the destinations of the South: Palermo and Termini Imerese in Sicily and Tunis in Tunisia. Grimaldi Lines, a leader in passenger transport on the motorways of the Mediterranean, offers ferries from Civitavecchia to Barcelona in Spain, Tunis and Porto Torres in Sardinia.
What I find in the terminal?
Within the ADM terminal are available boxes of Ferry companies from which you can buy tickets, and then check in. The quay of the port of Civitavecchia is less than 1 km from Civitavecchia City center. It can be reached by a free shuttle service.
Take the pedestrian exit of Varco Vespucci (it is next to the main entrance for motor vehicles) and you will get there in less than 500 meters.
You can also exit from Porta Livorno. In this case, walking along the coast, with the sea on your left, you will find yourself in front of RCT in 20 minutes, approx.
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