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Book your ferry from Catania to Salerno with our Italy ferry booking service. This website provides you with all of the information you need on sea routes, timetables, tariffs and crossing times for the ferry crossings to Salerno from Catania.
The Catania Salerno line is covered by the maritime operator Grimaldi Lines who operate 6 connections per week with mainly evening departures and traveling times shorter than 13 hours. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. In order to provide optimum passenger comfort, each ship is equipped with food shops, an information centre and accommodation suitable for all needs (according to availability).
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CATANIA SALERNO offers
Children under 2 travel free
Children under 2 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with the Superfamily & Friends promotion.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 2 and 12 including fees. This discount is valid on all lines to and from Morocco, Tunisia, Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Malta and Greece and cannot be used in conjunction with the Superfamily & friends promotion.
It arrives on the 17th
Tickets for departures before the end of May that are purchased on the 17th of the current month will receive a discount of 30%, including port charges, services and onboard meals, wifi, etc. Non-refundable but dates can be adjusted upon payment of the full fare.
Discount for Sicilian residents and those born in Sicily
All passengers who are born in or residents of Sicily are entitled to special rates on routes to and from Sicily. Upon boarding, you will be requested to present a valid document that states your place of birth or residence in Sicily. The discount can not be used in conjunction with the Seniors Discount.
Cars and motorcycles travel free for Sicilian residents and those born in Sicily
Cars and motorcycles travel free for passengers born in Sicily or Sicilian residents, on lines to and from Sicily. The discount is valid on trips made before the end of May. Upon boarding, you will be requested to provide proof of identification proving your place of birth or residence in Sicily. The discount can not be used in conjunction with the Seniors Discount.
Discounts for over 60s
Those over 60 are entitled to a 20% discount on tickets purchased for lines to Sardinia, Sicily and Spain, including fees and onboard services such as meals, wi-fi etc. Non-refundable and changes to the date are permitted upon payment of the difference in the rate available at the time of the adjustment. The reduction cannot be used in conjunction with the Residents Discount.
Port of CATANIA
The port of Catania is the east coast of Sicily and offers connections to the mainland and the islands. Catania is a very old city founded by the Greeks in 729 BC, its first port was built in 1438 by King Alfonso of Aragon. Unfortunately it was destroyed several times by storms and earthquakes and then rebuilt from time to time. The expansion and modernization of this port took place in 1800, then in 1933 when a tidal wave deeply damaged this area of the city. During the Second World War the port was bombed and was once again rendered unusable. Today the port of Catania is an important hub f... [More information]
Address: Via Acquicella Porto 95121 Catania CT
Directions: Google Map @ Catania, port
Guide of SALERNO
Salerno is a city bathed by the clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and is rich in history, art and culture and has been an important port since ancient times. History The first settlements in Salerno date back to ancient times, near the river Irno. After the 5th century and the Etruscans left southern Italy, the Samnites settled here, then eventually left the area in 240 BC. The importance of Salerno grew when Scipio decided to send 300 Roman citizens, to create a maritime colony here. The medieval era saw it under Byzantine rule up until 646, the year in which the Longobards made it part of t... [More information]
6 weekly sailings - Duration: 13 hours
Ships: MV Euroferry Egnatia , MV Euroferry Olympia