Porto Torres

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Porto Torres mainly serves passenger transportation to Sardenia. It is the main connection point between the region and, Italy and Spain.

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Porto Torres, the Roman legacy

This is an artificial harbour founded by the Romans. It belongs to Sardinia, the second largest Mediterranean island after Sicily. For a blend of exotic beaches and historical monuments, book cheap ferry tickets to Porto Torres through Let’s Ferry.

The buildings in Porto Torres port
Top attractions

  • The Aragonese Tower was built in 1325, it has an octagonal shape and you can find it at the entrance of the port.
  • The Basilica of San Gavino is a perfect example of roman architecture and it is actually the biggest of its kind in Sardinia.
  • The Museum of the Antiquarium Turritano has findings from the ancient city Turris Libisonis which was founded by Julius Caesar. At the site you can also see the bridge that was built here more than 2000 years ago.  
  • The National Park of Asinara is found on the unspoilt island of Asinara. Today it hosts rare flora and fauna while in the past it has served as a quarantine spot and also as a prison.

Top beaches

  • Platamona has an 8 km long coastline, located 7 km from the port. The beautiful pine forest in the background offers visitors a unique combination of green and blue. It’s an organized beach, part of which dedicated to dogs!
  • La Pelosa, also known as Stintino, is rocky; the waters are transparent and has a lovely view to the Pelosa Tower.
  • The beach of Balai is shallow and the palm tree garden gives the area a tropical look.

Top activities

  • Windsurfing and snorkelling at Marinella beach, close to the port.      
  • Scuba diving on the islet of Asinara, to see underwater findings from the roman era. Explore Asinara by bike, on foot or try windsurfing, swimming and horse riding.
  • Take the train or bus to visit Alghero, the picturesque city of north-west Sardinia. Tour around to see the Alghero Cathedral, the Church of St. Michael, Palazzo Carcassona, Palazzo D’ Albis and Neptune’s Caves.

Travel to the Gulf of Sassari with cheap ferry tickets to Porto Torres through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Porto Torres

Porto Torres is connected to Ajaccio, Barcelona, Civitavecchia, Genoa, Nice, Porto Vecchio and Toulon. The facilities you will find at the port is free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxis, car rentals, bus stop, train connection, free parking and free disabled parking space.