Olbia is a beautiful city featuring an exciting old part of the city with a beautiful granite church, Roman baths, and several other historic buildings. Making your way to the city is easy. The Olbia–Genoa ferry provides transport services allowing you to make your trip to the alluring sardinian city in maximum comfort. The Olbia–Genoa route connects Sardinia with Italy, and is currently run by three ferry companies: Moby Lines, Tirrenia and Grandi Navi Veloci. There are daily departures available on any given date.
The Olbia–Genoa route has a total of 21 sailings per week by three ferry companies. Moby Lines has 12 sailings weekly with a duration of 10 hours and 30 minutes, while Tirrenia offers five weekly sailings with a duration of 9 hours and 59 minutes. GNV has the least number of sailings per week with only four, and the crossing takes 11 hours and 15 minutes. It is advisable to check the online timetable to confirm the exact time and frequencies as this information is bound to change with the seasons.
Genoa has its main ferry terminal located in the Calata Chiappella. The wheelchair-friendly terminal building is close to all the main means of transport out of the port. One can get to the port via motorways A7 and A26 from the northern side and motorway A12 on the eastern side. From the west, a traveler can get to the port via motorway A10. There is bus at the port and the airport is close to motorway A10. Genoa port has two rail terminals (Genova Prinicipe and Genova Brignole) that offer services to those who wish to travel by train.