UPDATED 28th September 2020

As is known, the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has caused widespread disruption in the national transportation, including the arrivals and departures of ferries and cruises.

On this page you can find all the useful and updated information about the port of Civitavecchia, especially regarding the connections to SardiniaSicilySpain and Tunisia by ferry and by the main cruise lines.

UPDATE: SWAB TEST BEFORE EMBARKING AND AFTER DISEMBARKING

From Monday 28th September passengers both embarking and disembarking can get a free swab test at the pavilion of Hospital San Paolo di Civitavecchia.

Timetable:

  • Monday - Friday:  from 9.00 a.m to 7.00 p.m.
  • Saturday - Sunday: from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

To get a swab test you have to show a travel document and the e-prescription (that is not mandatory). But if you don't have a travel document, you have to go to a ASL with a e-prescription (in this case, it is mandatory). 

WAITING TIMES

The time needed to take the test and get the result is about 1 hour.

DOCUMENT TO BE FILLED IN BEFORE TAKING THE SWAB TEST

SWAB TEST RESULT

To know the swab test result, please contact (from Tuesday to Saturday):

Those who have a positive swab test result will be promptly advised.

Drive-In Covid Testing at the Port of Civitavecchia

IMPORTANTFrom 28th September the Drive-in Covid-19 testing centre at the Port of Civitavecchia, in Largo della Pace, is NO longer active.

Drive-in Covid-19 testing centre at Largo della Pace - Port of Civitavecchia

Drive-in Covid-19 testing centre at Largo della Pace - Port of Civitavecchia

SARDINIA

All the connections and ordinary transport of people to and from Sardinia on the routes of Civitavecchia-Olbia, Civitavecchia-Cagliari, Civitavecchia-Porto Torres and Civitavecchia-Arbatax are back in operation.

IMPORTANT: All passengers travelling back from Sardinia are strongly recommended to take a swab test within 48 hours from arrival.

For further information, visit Salute Lazio official website.

Port of Olbia

Port of Olbia

SICILY

All the connections and ordinary transport of people to and from Sicily on the routes of Civitavecchia-Palermo and Civitavecchia-Termini Imerese, are back in operation.

Panoramic view of Palermo

Panoramic view of Palermo

TUNIS

Passenger transport to Tunis from the port of Civitavecchia is currently operational.

IMPORTANT: From 26th August 2020, ALL passengers arriving in Tunis from abroad (including Italy) are required to present a negative COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test, which must have been carried out 72 hours before the date of the board and a maximum of 120 hours from arrival in Tunisian territory.

For further information, visit Viaggiare Sicuri official website.

Panoramic view of Tunis with the port in the background

Panoramic view of Tunis with the port in the background

BARCELONA

Passenger transport to Barcelona from the port of Civitavecchia is currently operational.

IMPORTANT: People travelling back to Italy from Spain (Barcelona) are required to present a negative pharyngeal swab COVID-19 test, which must have been carried out 72 hours before arriving in Italy. Another option is taking a swab test in a local ASL within 48 hours from arrival in Italy.

For further information, visit Salute Lazio official website.

Port of Barcelona

Port of Barcelona

Provisions for the Autostrade del Mare Terminal

All Covid-19 precautions have been taken at the Autostrade del Mare Terminal, where you find the ticket offices.

Access from the main entrance is limited to fifteen people at a time, and is controlled by authorised personnel.

In addition, distance in waiting lines and between the offices has been increased thanks to a visible tape on the ground.

All the area is constantly being sanitized.

Provisions for the Autostrade del Mare Terminal

Provisions for the Autostrade del Mare Terminal

CORONAVIRUS: GENERAL PROVISIONS

We invite all passengers and port operators to respect the general provisions summarized in the infographic issued by the Ministry of Health.

For further information: www.salute.gov.it

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