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Would you like to fill your eyes with colour and your mind with pure entertainment? Plan a trip to the incredible Kingdom of Spain now: the warmth of its people, its succulent cuisine and its overwhelming music await you.

Italy Spain Ferries to and from Barcelona

I ferries to Spain are among the most frequently used means of reaching the iberian peninsula. I ferries to Barcelona allow each year to thousands of tourists to visit the Kingdom of Spain and get to know the tradition, the history and the food of this great nation.

Travelling to Spain by ferry from Italy is very simple thanks to the many routes departing from the main Italian ports: Civitavecchia, Genoa, Savona and Porto Torres.

Equally important are the ferries Spain Morocco departing from Barcelona.

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Ferries Italy Spain

All the ways to reach Spain by ferry from Italy

I ferries Italy Spain are used by Italian and foreign tourists to visit beautiful Spain. These are ferries to Barcelona departing from the main Italian ports.

The shipping companies involved in the Italy-Spain route are Grimaldi Lines e GNVtwo of the most important ferry companies in the world, allowing you to cross an important part of the Mediterranean and land in Barcelona in comfort.

I Italian ports from which the ferries to Barcelona are:

  • Civitavecchia
  • Genoa
  • Savona (temporarily suspended)
  • Porto Torres (Sardinia)

The sailings to Spain from Italy are both day and night and depending on the port of departure it takes more or less hours. They range from a minimum of 11 hours for ferries Porto Torres Barcelonaup to a maximum of 20 hours for Civitavecchia Barcelona ferries.

The services and modern ships used for the Spain-Italy route make the journey comfortable, relaxing and pleasant thanks to all the comforts offered.

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Ferries to Spain

What are the most popular routes, times and periods?

The offer of ferries to Spain departing from Italy is very wide and the companions Grimaldi Lines e GNV (Large Fast Ships) make it easy to travel between Italy and Spain ensuring the maximum comfort and the best possible services to the thousands of passengers who use ferries every year Italy Barcelona. Catalonia's capital is the port of call for all ferries departing from Italy.

But that is not all. From this wonderful city known for its nightlife, food and art, several ferries Spain Morocco that are adopted by tourists to get to know one of Africa's first countries.

So let's see what the routes on the Italy-Spain axis busiest, travel times and the best times of the year.

Ferry Genoa Barcelona

I ferries Genoa Barcelona are among the most popular for those who want to get in Spain by ship. The company responsible for connecting Genoa with Barcelona is GNV (Grandi Navi Veloci) that in just under 20 hours will allow you to land at the port of Barcelona to start your holiday in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and the world.

GNV offers well 3 ferries from Genoa to Spain (Barcelona) per week throughout the year. The duration may vary depending on the season and sea conditions.

Civitavecchia Barcelona Ferry

I Civitavecchia Barcelona Ferries connect two of the most important cities in the world: Rome and Barcelona. The company operating the connection between Civitavecchia and Barcelona by ferry is Grimaldi Linesone of Europe's largest naval companions.

As many as 6 ferries are available each week from Civitavecchia to Barcelona and the crossing takes on average 20 hours depending on seasonality and sea conditions.

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The Mediterranean climate dominates almost the entire country, which enjoys hot but not torrid summers and mild winters. Temperatures become cooler and winters colder as you move towards the north of Spain. A world apart are the Canary Islands: here the subtropical climate warms the air and water all year round.


Since 1 January 2002, the single European currency has also been in force in Spain. Throughout the country there are ATMs for withdrawing cash and almost all shops accept major credit cards.



In this city you will find everything you ever wanted to find in your ideal holiday destination: well-equipped lidos (such as Playa della Malvarrosa), bike tours, fun interactive games (such as the escape games in Clue Hunter) and interesting monuments to visit. A must is the Mercado Central, a riot of flavours, scents and colour, lots and lots of colour.


The beauty of the Balearic Islands is complemented by the tranquillity and relaxation that only this island can offer. Ideal if you like to stay up late on the beach sipping a cocktail to the background music of the local chiringuitos (kiosks). It is one of the favourite Mediterranean destinations for nudists. The beaches of Les Illetes are the best known and best equipped.


The city that never sleeps. Superb architectural monuments, such as the ancient Giralda minaret, the Reales Alcazares (royal fortresses), the entire Santa Cruz district, will tell you about the Arab domination of this land. It is also home to one of the oldest arenas where bullfighting (bullfighting) still takes place: the Real Maestranza Arena. Pubs, discos, bars and clubs, where group games are also organised, abound.


In the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Africa, is the large archipelago of the Canary Islands: Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, La Gomera, El Hierro. The beaches that attract the most tourists are Playa de Cofete in Fuerteventura and Playa de las Canteras in Las Palmas. You can try your hand at various water sports and take part in exciting dolphin and whale watching tours. The nightlife cannot be described: it has to be experienced in the bars, discos, clubs and bars that are open until late at night.



Cold soup based on pureed tomatoes, accompanied by croutons and raw vegetables such as peppers, onions, cucumbers.


dish to suit every palate. The rice, its main ingredient, can be seasoned with meat, fish or even just vegetables and will be served in its traditional cooking pot.


The basic custard recipe is enriched with lemon, a touch of cinnamon and a crunchy caramelised brown sugar crust.


When you plan your holiday in Spain, make sure that you do not return home without toasting to the charms of this country with a good glass of Sangria: you will taste the flavour of red wine enhanced by lemon juice, chunks of sweet peaches, cloves, the freshness of apple, cinnamon and vanilla.

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