Golfo Aranci ferry port in Sardinia connects you with Livorno in Italy with a choice of up to 14 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Golfo Aranci to Livorno crossing is from 6 hours 25 minutes and the crossing is operated by Corsica Sardinia Ferries.
The town lies in the gulf known as Golfo Aranci, 18km north-east of Olbia.
It is situated between the railway station and the ferry port, which runs services to Civitavecchia.
Because of its port, Golfo Aranci occupies an important position at the center of Sardinia's tourist routes. In the past the city was dominated by the Aragons, and became an important merchant port from the early 1900s. Today Golfo Aranci, with its many beaches, has established itself as a much sought after bathing resort.
The Golfo di Marinella is very popular with tourists because of its exceptional natural environment, white beaches and splendid rocky headlands. The magnificent inlet, surrounded by the gentle peaks of Monte Canareddu and Monte Maiori, covered in lush Mediterranean scrub, is bordered by numerous granite rocks, which have been shaped by the water.