Terracina is a town in the province of Latina and is only 35 miles southeast of Rome by car. The town is full of history, with stunning Roman architecture all around. You will also find a beautiful beach and wonderful views.
Ferries to and from Terracina
Navlib is made up of a fleet of 10 hydro-propelled jets and 2 catamarans. There is plenty of seating available on board each vessel allowing you to relax and enjoy the view.
Terracina is a town on the west coast of Italy. It is only a 35 mile drive from Rome, and would make a great day trip or town to stop at during a tour of Italy. The town is very charming and has a lot of history and Roman architecture. The roads are narrow and made of cobblestone, there are ruins of a mosaic-covered Capitolium, the town hall, a cathedral, a Roman temple and many more ruins to explore.
It also has a fantastic beach along the whole town. Although popular, due to the size of the beach you shouldn't find it too crowded. From the town you will also have the best view of Mount Circeo - a jagged rock formation rising out of the sea. Many visitors like to watch the sunrise over Mount Circeo, as it offers a breathtaking view.
Terracina port facilities
At Terracina ferry port you will find a small car park and a café.
Getting to the port of Terracina
You can drive to the port quite easily, or if you don't have a car a bus or taxi will take you there.
So, book your ferry from or to Terracina simply and securely with AFerry
Via del Molo, 40, 04019, Italy