Coronavirus: arrivals and departures from the Port of CivitavecchiaCoronavirus: the latest information on testing at the port of Civitavecchia and on ferry departures from and to Sardinia, Sicily, Spain and Tunisia.
UPDATED 30th March 2021
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 Sardinia, Sicily, Spain and Tunisia by ferry and by the main cruise lines.
Drive-In Covid Testing at the Port of Civitavecchia
IMPORTANT: From 30th November 2020, the two testing sites operating at the pavillon of San Paolo hospital will be transferred to Largo della Pace. The Asl operators will make Covid-19 testing by appointment only. Please book a Drive-In Covid test on the official website.
The site already active at the port will continue to test people sent by the SISP. You must access to the Drive In aerea with your car.
- Monday - Friday: from 7.00 a.m to 8.00 p.m.
- Saturday: from 7.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
To get a test you must have a e-prescription and a fiscal code (it is mandatory, both for adults and children).
You can take molecular tests - code (CUR: 91.12.1_11) - and antigen tests - code (CUR:90.95.5_8).
For further information, please visit Salute Lazio official website.
SWAB TEST RESULT
To know the swab test result, please contact (from Tuesday to Saturday):
- 06 96669302/470/471/477
Those who have a positive swab test result will be promptly advised.
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 in operation.
IMPORTANT: The Decree n. 5 of the 5th of March 2021 has introduced new provisions for those arriving in Sardinia.
From Monday the 8th of March all those wishing to embark on air or sea routes bound for Sardinia are required to register before boarding using the online form, and to present a copy of the registration receipt together with their boarding pass and a copy of their travel documents.
It will also be necessary to comply with the conditions set out in art. 4 of the Decree:
- proof of vaccination;
- negative swab test result within 48 hours before departure;
- a swab test upon arrival, at the dedicated areas at ports and airports or within 48 hours of arrival;
- self-isolation for 10 days, with the obligation to inform the general practitioner/paediatrician or, for non-residents, the local health authority via the toll-free number.
All passengers travelling back from Sardinia are strongly recommended to take a swab test within 48 hours from arrival. To book a swab test, please visit the official Salute Lazio page.
The region of Sicily has introduced anti-infection measures for those arriving to the island. You have to register on the Costruire Salute platform by filling out an online form and you have to show proof of a negative PCR swab test taken within 48 hours before the arrival.
For more information and/or updates, please visit the official website.
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.
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.
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.
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