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Savona is one of the most important towns, seaports and industrial centers in the Northern Italian region of Liguria on the Mediterranean Sea. It is situated about 25 miles from Genoa. Savona is part of a province with the greatest forestry cover in the whole of Italy. Ferries from Savona travel south to the island of Corsica using the Ile Rousse ferry port. The route is operated by Corsica Ferries. Or you can travel with Grimaldi Line to Barcelona. You can find the right ferry for you using the simple booking form from AFerry.
Below, you can find Savona ferry times, as well as our best deals.
|Bastia - Savona
Barcelona to Savona / Savona to Barcelona1 crossings weekly20 hrGet Price
Bastia to Savona / Savona to Bastia1 crossings daily4 hr 30 minGet Price
Ile Rousse to Savona / Savona to Ile Rousse1 crossings weekly5 hrGet Price
Tanger Med to Savona / Savona to Tanger Med1 crossings weekly2 hrGet Price
Ferries to and from Savona
Corsica Ferries offer a variety of onboard services and facilities, including spacious lounge areas, bars and restaurants, and shops selling perfume, cosmetics, jewellery, sunglasses and toys.
Corsica Ferries offer great deals and promotions on Savona ferry crossings, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
Savona port facilities
The Savona ferry terminal facilities include a ground-floor ticket office, snack bar, nursery, waiting area with facilities for children, panoramic terraces and bank office.
Getting to Savona
From the A10 motorway, take the "Savona" exit then follow the signs for "Corsica Ferries" up to the Porto Vado terminal, which is approximately a 4 mile drive away from the motorway exit.
Shuttle Bus from Savona Railway Station for foot passengers to ferry terminal (50 minutes prior to departure).
Savona is one of the most important towns, seaports and industrial centers in the Northern Italian region of Liguria on the Mediterranean Sea. It is situated about 25 miles from Genoa. Savona is part of a province with the greatest forestry cover in the whole of Italy.
Savona is known since early Roman times. In the Middle Ages it was a flourishing important commercial center until defeated and annexed by Genoa in 1528. Local attractions in Savona are a 16th-century castle and a cathedral (16th-19th cent.).
Savona-Porto Vado, I-17100, Italy
Via Antonio Baglietto, 17100, Italy