Cagliari Cruise Port operates the cruise terminal in the Port of Cagliari. Cagliari Cruise Port, located halfway between the Iberian coasts to the west, Italian coast to the east, and North African coast to the South, has the advantage of being included on different routes while offering unforgettable experiences to cruise passengers and fuel efficiency to cruise lines. The Port of Cagliari is in an interesting geographical location not far from Tunis, Trapani, Palermo, Civitavecchia, Port Mahon, Naples and Livorno. Its proximity to Cagliari Elmas International Airport and strategic location in the West Med further strengthens Cagliari's position as a homeport.
Thanks to its two docks measuring 480 and 450 m in length, with a width of 115m and a depth of 11m, it’s one of the best cruise facilities in the Mediterranean. Both a transit and turnaround port, Cagliari is a key port in the Mediterranean, and can safely accommodate even the latest generation of large ships. The 630m2 terminal is ready to welcome passengers and handle luggage operations.
The quantity and the variety of the tourist destinations in Cagliari and its surroundings mean this port has incredible potential. The area offers a wide variety of destinations for cultural interest excursions (archaeological sites), scenic excursions (natural parks, marine protected areas, beaches) and food and wine tasting excursions. Cagliari offers all year round vibrant emotions and a lot of events, between tradition and innovation, such as the four days of worship, devotion and folklore in honor of the patron Saint Efisio.
Global Ports Holding obtained the majority of indirect shares in Cagliari Cruise Ports in 2016.
Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, provides the perfect blend of modern life and medieval mystery. As the “Gateway to Discovery”, Cagliari boasts many of the hidden treasures of South Sardinia, in areas such as Barumini, Chia, Nora and Molentargius. This city offers the best of everything: colorful festivals, architectural wonders, historical monuments, tranquil lagoons, and one of the longest beaches in the Mediterranean. There’s also the "The Silent Coast", which features deserted villages and peaceful sand dunes. With its association with the Lost City Atlantis, rich Roman history, endless vineyards and traditional performances, Cagliari has a wealth of heritage and culture to discover.